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A2 SPORT & PE. The function and policies of national organisations……. The structure and organisation of sport in the UK is complicated, complex and inter‑connected. This is largely because the situation has emerged over the last 150 years. The system could be described as decentralised....

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A2 sport pe

A2 SPORT & PE

The function and policies of national organisations…….


The structure and organisation of sport in the uk is complicated complex and inter connected
The structure and organisation of sport in the UK is complicated, complex and inter‑connected

  • This is largely because the situation has emerged over the last 150 years.

  • The system could be described as decentralised....

  • Sports clubs and local associations, for example, are not dictated to by central Government.

  • What are the advantages and disadvantages of this?


Control of Elite Sport complicated, complex and inter‑connected (England)

Explain the connections between the following organisations using arrows to indicate links and also explain the link (for example, funding given? advice given? etc.)

CCPR

Dept. of Culture,

Media and Sport

Sport England

National Lottery

Sport National

Governing Bodies

UK Sport

English Institute of Sport

Clubs/Performers


Now try these past exam questions
Now try these past exam questions! complicated, complex and inter‑connected

The development of an elite performer requires commitment from the performer and support from a wide range of other agencies.

  • UK performers in the 2000 Sydney Olympics achieved more success than ever before.

  • How has the development of elite performers been supported by the National Lottery and Sport England? (4 marks)

  • What criteria must performers meet to receive funding from Sports Aid? (2 marks)

  • The National Lottery has given over £100 million to support elite performers. Why should we spend such large sums of money on elite support? (3 marks)


Answers
ANSWERS! complicated, complex and inter‑connected

  • (a) (i) 4 marks for 4 of-

    1 Grants from national governing bodies to individuals;

    2 Sport England or other national sports councils distributes lottery funding;

    3 World Class Performance programme;

    4 NGB must have a performance development plan/increase in participation therefore more elite coming through;

    5 with measurable criteria;

    6 also through development of UKIS/EIS or equivalent/description of role of English Institute of Sport;

    7 provision of medical/technological/advice/sports science;

    8 improvements in coaching through NCF/sport coach UK;

    9 Grants for facilities/coaching or equivalent/academics/centres of excellence.


(ii) 2 marks for 2 of- complicated, complex and inter‑connected

  • looks to support young/up and coming performers/disabled performers;

  • with potential/recommendation of NGB;

  • with proven financial need;

  • not supported by other sources/are amateurs.

    (iii) 3 marks for 3 of­

  • development of national pride;

  • country has responsibility to allow citizens to develop abilities to the full;

  • promoting the country on the international scene/attract world events;

  • National Lottery presented as means of raising money for ‘good causes’;

  • sport seen to promote social value assimilation/benefits/role models for young;

  • Economic benefits to country/regeneration or equivalent.


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