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SALFORD SPORTS PARTICIPATION SURVEYS – YEARS 7 & 9 - 2007 John Eady Strata survey – what it does Participation in sport and physical activity Awareness of/views about facilities and opportunities Lifestyle and attitudes Change over time: difference between ‘out-turn’ groups

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Strata survey – what it does

  • Participation in sport and physical activity
  • Awareness of/views about facilities and opportunities
  • Lifestyle and attitudes
  • Change over time: difference between ‘out-turn’ groups
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Performance measurement

  • Developing baseline
  • Data  intelligence
  • Mapping & gap analysis; clubs,

coaches, voluntary support

  • Evidence-driven improvement
  • Inter-LA/CSP/NGB benchmarking
  • Participant/performer tracking
  • Putting sport into GIS contexts

Participation pathway!

Where did we start?

Where did we end up?

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Strata survey – notes

  • Reliability
  • Use
  • Area comparisons
  • (Careful) school comparisons
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Strata survey response

  • 100% of LEA mainstream schools - 15
  • Special School – 1
  • Excellent breadth & depth
  • Sample size:
    • Year 7: 1,463
    • Year 9: 1,651 (part of wider GM exercise)
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Internet access (Year 7)

Ofcom Communications Market 2006 report: 70% of young people aged 16 to 24 use networking sites to make friends, share information and have fun…

Independent on Sunday study (06):6 in 10 young people (13-17) have personal profiles on networking sites. 1 in 12 has met a stranger via the net!

But not a stranger from a sports club!

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Walk to school

Year 7

Year 9

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Key issues to consider

  • Drop in participation Year 7 – Year 9
  • Boys participate more than girls
  • Gap less pronounced at Year 7 – why?
  • Geographic variation – explore, share good practice
  • Significant influencers – family participation, car access
  • Delivery of more activity – watersports, dance – capacity?
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  • Perception of quality of facilities – limits use?
  • Perception of quality lower than amongst users
  • Getting more young people into facilities - communication
  • Swimming ability – overall levels; variations
  • Difficulties – factors to address (no-one to go with)
  • Early intervention – weight, smoking, alcohol
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Summary – things to build upon/work on?

  • Retention..
  • Number of young people that walk to school (52%)
  • Increase in club membership
  • Match club opportunity to demonstrated extracurricular

interest

  • Match extracurricular provision to demonstrated club

capacity!

  • Communication methods
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Questions – for discussion

  • What can we do to stop girls dropping out of sport after Year 7?
  • How can we all create capacity to deliver additional activity, especially in those activities young people want, e.g., watersports, dance, gymnastics?
  • How do we best communicate with young people in a consistent way across the City and through different stakeholders?