Youth Sport Trust. Clare James Development Manager. PSA Targets.
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Enhance the take up of sporting opportunities by 5 to 16 year olds by increasing the percentage of school children who spend a minimum of two hours each week on high quality PE and school sport, within and beyond the curriculum, from 25% in 2002to 75% by 2006 (76%) and to 85% by 2008(85%), and to at least 75% in each School Sport Partnership by 2008.
2hours in school 5 – 16 years & 3 hours in the community for 5 – 19 years
LEADERSHIP AND VOLUNTEERING
A new National School Sport Week (DCSF)
Expansion of the Competition Managers Programme (DCSF - £18m)
Coaching (DCSF -£12m)
Further Education SSCo’s (DCSF - £18m)
Extended Activity (DCMS - £36m)
SEN - Multi Sports Clubs (DCSF -£3m)
Regional resource to lever in other funding/CYPP (DCSF - TBC)
Intra School Competition (DCSF)
Plus £633m infrastructure costs
The Government will also challenge the sporting bodies to develop modern school sport competitions leading to local, regional and national finals.
Up to 5 hours of sport per week
High Quality PE
And many more...