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Competition in Norfolk The Work of the Competition Managers. Roger Sweet Senior Competition Manager. PE and School Sport - 2010. The National Vision

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    1. Competition in NorfolkThe Work of the Competition Managers Roger Sweet Senior Competition Manager

    2. PE and School Sport - 2010 The National Vision By 2010 every young person will be offered at least 5 hours of sport every week, which will comprise of at least 2 hours of high quality PE and sport and in addition the opportunity for at least 3 hours beyond the school day.

    3. The New National Competition Framework The purpose • To increase participation • To identify talent • Consistent local delivery • To extend opportunities, empower, excite and include This will help to deliver the 5 Hour Offer and will extend the opportunity to engage in competitive sport

    4. The New Framework What will this look like for young people?

    5. Key Stage 1 - annual off site multi-skill 5-7 years (fun) festival • working across clusters (off site with children from other schools) • secondary schools organise for primaries • generic skill challenges based on A.B,C’s • a lot going on but consensus that for most sports this is not a priority area • exceptions in early specialisation sports • establish generic festival models

    6. Key Stage 2 - multi-skills festivals 7-9 years(termly) • Off school site • Possible early specialisation in some sports through NGB1 and club structure transition • ABC2 to FUNdamental sports Skills • A series of models based on different themes, sports, facilities and seasonality • Collate this info to establish festival models and tool kit for Competition Managers • Sports have offered advice on technical aspects 1 National Governing Body eg Football Association 2 Agility, Balance and Co-ordination

    7. Key Stage 2 multi-sport comp (6 week 9-11 years blockrotation) • Central venue leagues • Coaching and competition based on primary, secondary or club sites • Not one off festivals or events but regular competitive activity • Ideally to cater for children who want to play more than 1 sport • A number of scenarios based on facilities, geography and staffing • e.g. 1 venue several sports or a number of venues different sports based on facilities, geography and staffing.

    8. Key Stage 3 -  multi-sport competition 11 -12 years(monthly 3 sports) • Central venue leagues in a range of sports coaching and competition at secondary, hub or club site • How will the activity at key stage 3 differ?

    9. Key Stage 3 & 4 12-16 yearsCentral venue Leagues & Cups • Inter school leagues and cup competitions within School Sport Partnerships (year group teams) • Identification of national ‘core’ sports plus additional sports identified locally (NGBs to have an integrated competitive structure including Schools Associations accepted as core)

    10. 16-19 years • Not for talented already identified as part of NGB talent programs • ‘Junior varsity’ or intramural comp within the learning community-schools/PE/6th forms • To create an identity for this age group • Organised sport in core sports that match the secondary programmes. e.g. single venue festivals for a number of institutions during ring fenced time (Wednesday pm)

    11. Aim • To increase the number of young people engaged in high quality (integrated, appropriate and inclusive) competitive opportunities. • To increase the number of high quality competitions from the national framework of sports. • To increase the quality of competition, increase quantity of competition and increase the number of young people engaged in competition.

    12. National Governing Bodies NGBs for each sport will: • Set out plans for their sport in line with the New National Framework. • Create plans which reflect the strategic importance of school-based competition at the base of each sport’s player pathway.

    13. CompetitionManagers Will: • Promote and co-ordinate high quality inter-school competitions for all who have the desire to compete. • Produce high quality county school-aged competition plans in collaboration with SSPs, CSP and other sport partners. • Develop and promote education and training opportunities for those who assist with school aged competitive sport.

    14. Competition Managers (Cont) Will • Develop and implement primary and secondary school competition calendars. • Introduce festival weeks when competition takes place. • Implement central venue leagues. • Introduce B & C competitions and leagues. • Realign district and area competitions into SSP competitions. • Continue to develop strong school/club links.

    15. Issues and areas to address • KS 1, years 3 & 4, Y7, KS4 (particularly Y11). • Too much sport for the best/most talented. • Too little for those less able. • Developing the workforce – new coaches and engaging the volunteers. • Variants of a sport and new sports to attract those with little or no engagement at present • Try to ensure Every Child Plays.

    16. To be decided What sports?

    17. Benefits & Opportunities • More high quality competition on offer in core sports • Greater access to resources • Reduction of duplication • Greater consistency in competitions • Consistent rules and regulations across all competitions in each sport • Structured sporting calendar • Part of a national structure • Competitions more inclusive • Increased access to club links • New pathways opening up for gifted and talented • More competition opportunities for non gifted and talented • Barriers to participation being addressed locally and nationally

    18. Outcomes for children and young people? We want to ensure that the work we engage in is highly focussed on the needs of young people - we will consult on this.