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Brief overview of the last 12 months

  • Second Chance programme

  • Podium 2012

  • HEFCE

  • Sport England

  • High performance camps


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Second Chance

  • Sports programme targeting individuals with a substance misuse background

  • Run at university facilities by university students

  • Finance came into play at the start of this academic year

  • Football Foundation £187k over 4 years

  • Northern Rock Foundation £219 over 3 years

  • Each DIP area inputs £5k per year

  • 10 out of 12 areas currently involved


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How are we doing so far?

  • NRF (Aug ’07 – Mar ’08)

    • 39 students qualified and active in the programme (4 clients qual)

    • 96 sessions run

    • 275 ‘new’ clients attended minimum of 1 session

    • Throughput of 1522 (total attendance)

    • 90 individuals have attended 4 or more (out of 8) sessions

    • Average weekly attendance of 56

    • First prison session underway

  • FF (Aug ’07 – Mar ’08)

    • 212 clients involved in first 8 wks (194 second 8 wks)

    • Throughput of 2634

    • 148 clients attended 4 or more (out of 8) sessions

    • Average weekly attendance of 107

    • 17 teams at last regional finals

    • 20 people through FA level 1

    • PhD student appointed


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Targets 2008/09

  • NRF

    • 150 clients engaged on a regular basis

    • 60 students qualified (non football)

    • 5 clients qualified and utilising their skills as part of the course

    • 2 clients on level 2

    • Engagement with 3 prisons

  • FA

    • 100 people qualified at FA level 1

    • 400 clients engaged (in total over 3 programmes)

    • 16 people qualified at FA level 2

    • 50 people qualified as a referee


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Podium 2012

  • Podium is the Further and Higher Education arm of London 2012

  • £30k to run a national pilot project as part of their ‘quick wins’ scheme

  • Volunteer programme targeting 100 young people aged 16-19yrs around Event Management

  • Volunteers will take an active part in the build up to targeted events

  • Series of related workshops written to create the structure to the programme

  • Targeting university events initially

  • Co-ordinator appointed one day per week

  • Utilising university students as mentors to the young people

  • Pilot project run over 4 weeks with young people from the Durham area

  • Final report due March 2009


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Introduction to HEFCE

  • £1 million over 3 years (initially submitted as a 5 year plan)

  • 4 main strands – Looked After Children, Homeless, Schools, Volunteering

  • 5 x Sports Development Officer (SDO) responsible for the delivery of ALL of the strands in their university

  • Each SDO then ‘leads’ on a certain strand

  • HEFCE PhD student, John Hayton appointed

  • Administrative Assistant in place

    • Tracey Tait, 0191 2437567, [email protected]

  • The main outcome from HEFCE’s perspective is around the university student engagement


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Looked After Children

Targets:

  • Targeting LAC in school vacation times

  • University students act as coaches

  • 4 students qualified per year per uni (total of 60)

  • Utilising university facilities as a venue for the sessions (raising aspirations)


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Homeless

  • Targets:

  • Targeting clients from homeless organisations on a REGULAR basis

  • University students act as coaches

  • 4 students qualified per year per uni (total of 60) + 5 clients per uni per yr

  • Utilising university facilities as a venue for the sessions (raising aspirations)

  • Bi-monthly programme around the universities

  • targeting homeless organisations?


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2012 volunteers

  • Continue of the Podium project, but HEFCE will continue to fund in years 2 and 3

  • Targeting 20 young people in year 1. Year 2 we aim to maintain those 20 and gain another 10 (these 30 plus another 10 in year 3)

  • Programme linked to Event Management

  • Utilising university events in year 1, possibility of extending this into other community events in years 2 and 3

  • University students act as mentors to the young people

  • Investigating qualifications available for young people and students

  • Workshop programmes (7)


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Local Schools

  • Targeting 75% of schools from disadvantaged areas

  • Utilising university students as coaches linking in with local schools (extended activity agenda)

  • Additional finances available for volunteer transport, volunteer kit, CPD for volunteers and coaching equipment


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‘Lead’ staff


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Role of the HEFCE SDO

  • Delivery of the 4 strands within your institution

  • Liaising with internal departments and external organisations

  • Creation of the sporting opportunities for the external partners

  • Organisation and training of student coaches

  • Booking of venues, food, equipment etc

  • Organisation of personal development routes for participants and students

  • M+E of the programme

  • Co-ordination of local operational meetings

  • Identification of issues/problems with the programme

  • ‘Leading’ one of the strands


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Where are we currently?

Looked After Children

  • ISSP groups at Sunderland and Durham, Places for People, Sunderland Children’s Services,DISC/Wear Kids, Hartlepool Settle Care, Swiss Foster Care, Foster+LAC Langley Moor, Collingwood College project plus many more conversations ongoing

    Homeless

  • TZ group, Beechwood, Places for People, YMCA, Wellington Street, Tees Valley Housing, Stonham Housing, Centre Point, Moving On, Stepping Stones, GAP, Cyrenians plus many more conversations ongoing

    Volunteering 2012

  • Pilot project run, re-working of workshops, co-ordinator appointed, schools/colleges signed up for Sept/Oct start

    Schools

  • Discussions ongoing with PDM’s, CSP’s and local schools in order to fit in with the regions Extended Activity plans


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Sport England CIF bid?

  • Submitted as a stage 2 application (Jul 08)

  • 2 x part time staff to deliver on current Second Chance project, but also:

    • Develop activity in Berwick

    • Develop activity in Darlington

    • Development of the volunteer programme

    • Develop regional multi sport programmes

    • Develop an 11 a-side football competition

  • In addition they will be responsible for creating new opportunities for vulnerable women and YES across the region


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High Performance Summer Camps

  • University: Durham

  • Sport: Hockey

  • Who: open to girls, boys and goalkeepers targeted at advanced junior players with aspirations to play at a high level

  • Where from: regionally and nationally

  • Age group: 14-18 years

  • Dates: Girls – 27th July – 30th August, Boys – 31st August – 3rd July, GKs – 3rd August – 6th August

  • University: Durham

  • Sport: Rowing

  • Who: open to all levels and age groups, ie junior and senior/veterans

  • Where from: regionally and nationally

  • Age group: U18s and seniors/veterans

  • Dates: Juniors U18 – 11th August (5 days), Senior/Veterans – 18th August (5 days)

  • University: Newcastle

  • Sport: Fencing

  • Who: Performance camp: open to the more advanced fencer who has aspirations to fence at a high level. Development camp: aimed at those fencers wishing to improve to reach an advanced level.

  • Where from: locally, regionally and nationally

  • Age group: 13+ years

  • Dates: Performance Fencing Camp 11-15 August, Development Fencing Camp 11-15 August


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High Performance Summer Camps

  • University: Northumbria

  • Sport: Netball

  • Who: Satellite or County Standard or above

  • Where from: Regional

  • Age group: 14-18 year olds

  • Dates: 18th and 19th August

  • University: Sunderland

  • Sport: Basketball

  • Who: boys and girls targeted at development and performance levels

  • Where from: regional, but applications accepted locally, regionally and nationally

  • Age group: 13-16 years

  • Dates: August (to be confirmed)

  • University: Sunderland

  • Sport: Trampolining

  • Who: boys and girls targeted at development and performance levels

  • Where from: regional, but applications accepted locally, regionally

  • and nationally

  • Age group: 12-16 years

  • Dates: August/September (to be confirmed)

  • University: Teesside

  • Sport: Slalom Canoeing

  • Who: Boys and girls targeted at talent development

  • Where from:  regionally and nationally

  • Age group: 12 – 18 years

  • Dates: 15 and 16 Nov 2008


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“What Sport Universities North East England is doing really is

an asset, this is an important collaboration between five

universities determined to make a difference within their

communities.”

Rt Hon Richard Caborn, former Minister for Sport (2006)


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