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  2. Aim of the Presentation To highlight the current sporting provision at Stafford College and to discuss how this can be improved.

  3. Current participation rates in sport: Football: Team 19, Just Play and Competitive Games: 110 per week. Gym Members: 250. Average 25 students using the gym every day. Basketball, Volleyball, Netball, Keep Fit Classes 12 per week. Currently a heavy focus on FOOTBALL and GYM.

  4. Competitive BCS teams registered for 14/15: Two male football teams One female football team Netball team Rugby team

  5. CURRENT WORK WITH NGB’S • The RFU • Working in partnership to increase participation rates in rugby for people aged 16-19. • Focusing on participants who are currently not involved in the game. • The RFU have provided a coach and financial support • Volleyball England • Close working partnership to increase participation in “social volleyball” • Regular training sessions planned and friendly festivals booked in against local Colleges.

  6. CURRENT WORK WITH NGB’S • The Football Association • Team 19 league • Just Play sessions • Ability Counts Team • Increasing participation rates in Futsal • Badminton England • SMASH UP badminton sessions due to begin in September • Staff and students involved

  7. Planned NGB initiatives Canoeing Boxing England Athletics Table Tennis Martial Arts Cricket

  8. Sportivate Plans for 14/15 Girls Get Active Back to Netball An informal and fun club for girls to meet up and play netball. The participants could then feed into our BCS team. • An innovative idea that aims to get more girls at Stafford College active. Feedback has shown that dance classes, ladies only gym sessions and boot camps will be popular.

  9. More students active in 14/15 Sport Development Officer already spoken to new intake of students and detailed new clubs and schemes planned for September. All new students to receive a timetable (electronic and paper copy) of sporting events, teams, activities and clubs. Regular updates available via the use of Social Media, Library Stalls, Emails and Presentations in RAD Week. SDO to present to tutor groups. Across curriculum exercise challenges and competitions in RAD week. Learner Management Team to feature heavily in sport & exercise promotion.

  10. Learner Management Team A unique project that lets students gain realistic and worthwhile volunteering hours. Students had to apply and write a CV Already the LMT have volunteered for: the Staffs FA, the ECFA, Sport Across Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent (SASSOT) and St. Georges Park (the home of English football)

  11. LMT plans for 14/15 To keep on gaining employability skills and volunteering at local events. To become activators and run in house sporting projects. To be creative and design new ways of getting more students active at Stafford College.

  12. Links to our CSP • We work closely with SASSOT to help get more people active across the County. • We are working together to create a stronger voluntary workforce. • We implement Sportivate plans. • We are a new facility provider for SASSOT

  13. We are planning to become a Street Games provider. Local council cuts have affected Youth Services greatly in the area. We could help provide a service to keep more young people active.

  14. Employability Links Through the use of the LMT and work experience modules we have created strong links with local employers in the fitness and coaching industry. All new sport students will acquire NGB coaching badges in their chosen sports. Industry experts, past students and NGB officers to discuss employability routes with students.

  15. Our Vision • To become the “Sporting Hub” for Stafford. • Providing our students, staff and the local community the chance to enjoy affordable exercise across a range of sports. • To get “All” students active and exercising. • To have competitive BCS teams that students enjoy being a part of. • To continue creating strong employability links.