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Sport In The Community “Reaching The Hard To Reach” Hannah Franklin Nacro “there’s nothing for kids to do, give kids something to do!” Braunstone Resident NAAP: Needs Assessment and Action Plan Sport Action Zone

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“there’s nothing for kids to do,

give kids something

to do!”

Braunstone Resident

NAAP: Needs Assessment and Action Plan

Sport Action Zone

slide7

“don’t feel safe going down to the

shops at night, young people hanging

around the shops at night

scare me”

Braunstone Resident

NAAP: Needs Assessment and Action Plan

Sport Action Zone

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SCORE 4 Sport

Aim – To reduce the levels of Crime Anti-Social Behaviour and Vandalism in Braunstone and increase Sports provision for young people aged 8-19.

consultation
Consultation

A shot of further consultation taking place indoors

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“i like playing football, basketball,

and a bit of cricket,

but football is my favourite though”

Young Braunstone Resident

SCORE 4 Sport Consultation

Nacro

delivery
Delivery
  • Ensure sports sessions meet the needs of young people
  • Where – indoor, outdoor
  • When – time, day
  • Who – age, male, female
  • How – structured, informal
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Awareness Sessions

Informal – Drug and alcohol awareness

- Domestic Violence workshop

Formal - Last Chance

- Fireball

summer programme
Summer Programme
  • Partnership work: Nacro and Leicester City Council
  • 5 week intense activity programme
  • activity from 10am – 9pm
  • Football, rounders, skateboarding, cricket, trampolining, basketball, badminton, table tennis, dance, tennis
  • 5 trips outside of the estate, Ice skating, Alton Towers, Stretton Outdoor Pursuits Centre, Drayton Manor and Go Karting
  • To Ensure a trip place young people must attend 5 sessions or more every week!
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A group shot of participants from the scheme and their leaders visiting an outdoor pursuits centre

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Three of the group who visited the outdoor pursuits centre showing signs of active engagement in the pursuits

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“it’s better than hanging around the

streets and getting bored,

gives you something to do

and it’s good for you”

Young Braunstone Resident

SCORE 4 Sport Summer programme 2004

Nacro

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“SCORE 4 Sport gets us off the streets and keeps us fit, I like sport and I have made new mates”

Young Braunstone Resident

SCORE 4 Sport Summer programme 2005

Nacro

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Coach Education

JFO

FA Level 1 Football

Voluntary Work

Local Clubs

Fireball

Increased

Employability

+

=

Young people see coaching courses as attainable qualifications and dont

associated them with being stuck in a classroom. Over 35 young people

involved in SCORE 4 Sport have completed coaching qualifications.

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“My name is Joe and I am a SCORE 4 Sport Project Coach. I have been involved with SCORE 4 Sport since the summer of 2004. When I first started with the project, I was a participant, but gradually through the project’s ‘pathway to employment’ scheme, I was able to take a lot of courses that enabled me to be where I am now. These included my FA Level One Coaching Certificate, Child Protection Course, First Aid Certificate and Junior Football Organisers Course. Taking part in the SCORE 4 Sport sessions was a really good use of my time. I’m glad I was a part of it because it opens doors to the brilliant world of sport and to employment opportunities”.

Joe Smith

SCORE 4 Sport Project Coach 2005

key features of score 4 sport
Key Features of SCORE 4 Sport
  • Consultation
  • Summer Programme
  • Coach Education
  • Volunteer Development
  • Partnership Working
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SCORE 4 Sport Summer Programme Party – August 2006

Three shots of very happy young participants at the summer programme party