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Can Physical Activity and Sport really deliver on wider student outcomes?. Donna Thompson Sport Partnerships Manager. Who are we?. One new voice for College Sport. How is sport and physical activity perceived in your college? Like electricity? It makes everything work…

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can physical activity and sport really deliver on wider student outcomes

Can Physical Activity and Sport really deliver on wider student outcomes?

Donna Thompson

Sport Partnerships Manager

who are we
Who are we?

One new voice

for College Sport

slide3

How is sport and physical activity perceived in your college?

  • Like electricity? It makes everything work…
  • Or a luxury we can’t afford?
how about
How about?
  • Increasing recruitment
  • Increasing achievement
  • Improving attendance and retention
  • Developing employability skills
  • Improving health
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And…

…providing evidence of all of these for Ofsted…

recruitment
Recruitment

One in five respondents said that the sporting opportunities offered by a college were influential in their decision to apply.

Sport England student survey 2013

achievement
Achievement

Over one-quarter (28.8%) of College students who took part in sport agreed that ‘taking part in sport helps them with their College work’. A further 8.4 per cent strongly agreed with this statement.

Sport England student survey 2013

attendance and retention
Attendance and retention

68% of students who are involved in Newham SFC’s sports teams have attendance or 90% of more, compared with a College average of 57%.

  • At Totton College attendance was 3.78% higher in 2011/12 and 3% in 2012/13 for Sport Academy students than non-sport, FT learners.
employability
Employability

Colleges train over 85,000 learners each year in industry-related sport qualifications.

sport industry research centre
Sport Industry Research Centre
  • Impact of student engagement in sport on employability
  • A positive relationship (but not causal) between engagement in sport, future employability and earnings for students in both further and higher education.
  • Participation and volunteering in sport is associated with a premium in salary of between £4,264 and £5,616 per annum
employability industry links
Employability - Industry Links
  • Employer-College engagement event
  • Wide ranging discussions on CAVTL, Richard and Whitehead Reviews
  • Key skills requirements identified
  • Greater understanding required on both sides
  • Action Plan developed
main action areas
Main action areas
  • Improved co-ordination, facilitation and lobbying – sport is an industry, not a game
  • Understanding industry needs
  • Improve offer from Awarding Organisations
  • Incorporate employer focussed qualifications within study programmes
  • More talking locally between colleges and employers
  • Staff CPD/ sharing skills and experience
health agenda
Health agenda
  • Active Colleges – increasing participation
  • Most popular activities
    • Football
    • Basketball
    • Badminton
    • Table tennis
    • Netball
    • Aerobics / Fitness classes
so how can we help
So how can we help?
  • Support, guidance and networking
  • Sharing good practice
  • Professional Development
  • Data and policy guidance
  • Research projects
towards outstanding
Towards Outstanding
  • Aim to embed sport and physical activity within college across the curriculum
  • Quality improvement visits to provide guidance and development, not inspection
  • 10 visits in NE, YH and NW (20 applications)
opportunities in 2014
Opportunities in 2014
  • BCS National Championships 4-6 April
  • College Sport Week 28 April – 1 May
    • Football Conference
    • CPD sessions
    • Sport Development Conference
    • BCS Gala Dinner and Awards
    • Volunteering Conference
    • Cup and Plate Finals in 7 sports
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Further Education

Activation Fund Round 2

fe activation fund update
FE Activation Fund Update
  • FEAF round 1
  • 68 applications
  • £2.2 million awarded to 38 projects
  • 50% success rate
  • FEAF round 2
  • 94 applications received by the deadline.
  • Over £5.8m requested
  • 34 new college applicants
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