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insert your own logos photos quotes and background colours choose and adapt your slides

INSERT YOUR OWN LOGOS, PHOTOS,QUOTES AND BACKGROUND COLOURS, CHOOSE AND ADAPT YOUR SLIDES

INSERT THE TITLE OF YOUR PROJECT

(PLUS DATE)

background
BACKGROUND

(insert your own info – some suggestions:-)

  • When the project was set up.
  • Aim of project – and why it was set up.
  • List the project’s partners.
  • Profile of area where project runs i.e. deprivation levels
  • When and where it runs
  • No. of young people attending
  • Which young people attend e.g. NEETS, BME, girls and young women
  • Etc..
how the project runs
HOW THE PROJECT RUNS
  • No. of coaches and volunteers and their roles.
  • Any other partners supporting delivery e.g. youth workers?
  • Cost of session/ free of charge?
  • Which sports are on offer.
  • Format and content of sessions.
  • Any other work in the sessions around reducing ASB, improving health etc.
young volunteers
YOUNG VOLUNTEERS
  • This project belongs to the Co-operative StreetGames Young Volunteer programme and is committed to helping its young people become volunteers.
  • (X no. of) participants help out at the sessions.
  • (X no. of) participants have become volunteers.
  • (X no. of) volunteers have taken part attended training and accredited qualification courses.
  • The range of training and qualifications include
      • Xx
      • Xx
  • (X no. of) volunteers have gone on to get jobs as casual sports coaches etc.
achievements of the project
ACHIEVEMENTS OF THE PROJECT
  • (X. no. of) young people attending the project over x years.
  • (X no. of) attendances over x years
  • (X no. of) young people who have become volunteers
  • Etc…
impact of the project
IMPACT OF THE PROJECT

(Include any stats available plus examples)

  • Impact on reducing ASB, drinking, smoking etc.
  • Impact on improving participation rates.
  • Impact on improving health – reducing obesity, promoting a healthy lifestyle.
  • Impact on bringing different groups of young people together.
  • Impact on volunteering among young people
  • Impact on training and employment
what partners and young people say
WHAT PARTNERS AND YOUNG PEOPLE SAY….
  • Include quotes from partners about the project and its impact
  • Include quotes from young participants esp. about how it has helped them
case study on young participant or volunteer partner involvement etc
CASE STUDY ON.. (YOUNG PARTICIPANT OR VOLUNTEER, PARTNER INVOLVEMENT ETC)
  • Insert main bullet points for their story.
  • Insert quotes.
  • Insert photo/ ‘weblink’ or ‘youtube’ link if video has been made.

(Consider asking the young person or partner to present this slide themselves – if the young person does agree to this, make sure that you help them to prepare for it.)

future of the project
FUTURE OF THE PROJECT
  • Insert ideas for plans for the future
project costs
PROJECT COSTS
  • Total cost of project over x years = £xxxx
      • Cost per young person = £xx
      • Cost per attendance = £xx
  • Total funding already in place (list partners and grants)
  • Shortfall in funding for the project
  • Request for funding of £xxxx over x no. of years
under participation in disadvantaged areas

UNDER-PARTICIPATION IN DISADVANTAGED AREAS

The chart below shows that people living in low income households have the LOWEST participation rates. As income levels rise, so does participation – the number of people achieving 3 x 30 mins increases and the number of people doing 0x30 mins decreases…

participation in organised sport 5 16 year olds by socio economic group
Participation in Organised Sport 5-16 year olds by socio-economic group

Source: DCSF Survey of Children, 2009

impact of income on participation
IMPACT OF INCOME ON PARTICIPATION

Young people living in prosperous areas:-

46% achieve 3 x 30 mins

43% 16-19 year olds are coached

39% compete

43% are club members

9% volunteer

Young people living in low income households :-

29% active at 3x30 mins

23% 16-19 year olds are coached

19% compete

23% are club members

5% volunteer

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Significant Latent Demand:Percentage of 16-25 year olds by household income that ‘want to do more sport’.

Source: Sport England APS3

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DOORSTEP SPORT

Doorstep sport is: sport delivered close to home, at the right time, in the right place, at the right price and in the right style…

streetgames
StreetGames

Doorstep sport:

sport delivered close to home

at the right time

in the right place

at the right price

in the right style…

non traditional approach
Non-Traditional Approach

Informal settings (eg Car parks, Amenity spaces, Parks, the Beach)

Friday and Saturday evening sessions

Informal style (not skills and drills)

Sport with a ‘twist’

Non-traditional activities

Local leaders and volunteers

Partners outside the sports sector

Police and Network Rail

Housing Associations and Hostels

PCTs and Mental Health Trusts

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Sport and social change Doorstep sport can…

  • Improve quality of life
  • Reduce health inequalities
  • Enhance community safety
  • Promote cohesion
  • Raise educational attainment
  • Increase bridging capital
sport and social change community needs
SPORT AND SOCIAL CHANGECommunity needs

Surveys show adults want to see youth engaged

Something to do

Opportunities for volunteering

Opportunities to learn

Opportunities to do well

Routes to connect to the mainstream and 2012

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general feedback insert your own comments
General Feedback(insert your own comments)

“Used to nick beer off people.. Coming here gets me out of trouble.”

“I started coming here and so I’m not on the market place smoking.’

“It’s energetic, gets you fitter, not lounging about getting fat.”

“Can play cricket better, taught me how to catch as I wasn’t very good.”