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  1. Active Surrey Sports Partnership ConferenceApril 2008Steve GraingerYouth Sport Trust

  2. Current position • PSA target smashed • Growing recognition of importance of PE and Sport • A transformed system • 2012 Olympics/Paralympics in our nation • Good work or Great work?

  3. Increased curriculum time Increased after school provision Wider range of activities Impact – more young people participating

  4. Improved skill development Support in school for talented performers Better progression to more appropriate clubs Improved competition structures Impact – more young people performing

  5. Sports leadership embedded in school curriculum Increased volunteering in after school sport and local clubs Improved routeways into teaching, coaching and officiating Impact – more young people leading & volunteering

  6. Improved attainment Improved behaviour & attendance Improved concentration More young people achieving Impact – improving schools

  7. Next 5 years • 5 hours offer of PE and sport per week to young people • 2012 Olympics/Paralympics • Creating a world class system for PE and School Sport • Going from good to great

  8. To be a GREAT system Create more and better opportunities for more young people to participate, perform and lead/volunteer in high quality PE and School Sport and progress seamlessly into community sport

  9. Participation • Supporting physical activity – but not the only answer! • Focus on intra school competition • National network of disability clubs • Extending activity • More coaches • FE co-ordinators

  10. Performance • Modernisation of Competition structures – driven through UK School Games • Expansion of Competition manager network • Ensuring talented athletes are supported in schools • 21st century sports clubs • Increasing access to coaching

  11. Leadership and Volunteering • Who isn’t taking a leadership and volunteering role – ensuring diversity? • Stretching down to KS3 and primary • Volunteering at major events • Developing Young Officials

  12. Our challenges • Creating sustainable change • 16-19 provision • Availability of coaches and others to support after school sport • Competitive sport structures • Quality, quality, quality • Trusting each other • Need to focus where we can make a difference but . . . continue to take risks

  13. PERSPECTIVES There is more than one right answer “Change your thoughts and you can change the world!” ROBERT H. SCHULLER

  14. POSSIBILITIES What we can’t imagine we can’t do “Resolve never to quit, never to give up, no matter what the situation” JACK NICKLAUS

  15. PEOPLE Recognition of what we each do, taking pride in everything we do and respecting what others do “A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity: An optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty” SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL

  16. “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication” LEONARDO DA VINCI