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Barriers to Sports Participation

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Lee Ballard

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Transcript of Barriers to Sports Participation

(6) Sport Development
Lee Ballard
Divide your flipchart paper into 2 sections
Cultural
Nationalities
Religious beliefs
Traditions
Knowledge (rare sports)
Can you think of any?
Social
Social/friend groups
Not cool
Feelings of embarrassment or ineptness
Age differences
Family influences - angry dad
Economic
Cost of participation:-
Travel
Membership fees (White Horse Country Park Golf Course - £299/year)
Weekly subs
"Social Exclusion" - whole communities - do you know of any social exclusion communities?
Historical
Stereotypes
Traditions
Gender imbalance
Can you think of any?
Barriers
to Participation
Education
Bad experiences in school
Body-conscious
Lack of facilities
Lack of choices of sports
Bad PE teachers
Target Groups:-
What is a target group?
What groups do you think fall into this category?
5mins pairs
Target Groups
Woman
Young people
Over-50's
Disabled people
Black and minority ethnic groups (BMEs
Woman
Female participation rates increased 2.57mil-2.81mil (12.3%-13.2%) (Sport England)
English woman sports teams have been more successful than men's
Increase in female sporting role models eg Jess Ennis
Disabled people
Disability discrimination act
Has increased acceptance, funding, sport-development schemes
Recent Paraolympic games viewing figures up (3.4billion watchers, increase of 37%) - bought increased awareness
More disabled role models
Black and Ethnic Minority Groups
BME population around 11mil England
Only 1 in 5 participate in PA
92% of South Asian woman don't participate in recommended levels of activity compared to 55% of all women
Racial discrimination incentives - do you know any?
BARRIERS FACED IN SPORT TO THE OVER 50`S AGE GROUP
52 year old woman would like to take up tennis
No opportunities in area for her age range
Elderly
Target group
50+
More people than ever before in this age group
Key area for Sport England
Recession, fewer good pension schemes, people working to 65, greater need to stay fi
t
Barriers to
participation
Knowledge barriers
Self perception that age may limit ability
Never played before
Practical barriers
Little opportunity in area for her age range
Travel costs
Young People
Young people that are introduced to PA at a young age are more likely to continue this through life and the S.D continuum
Youth Sport Trust (YST) focuses on young people (18months-18 years, both genders, mixed abilities, disabled) by providing the resources necessary to participate in PA
TASK
Think about the five target groups:-
Using the internet see if you can find any sport initiatives, schemes, or sport development programs that encourage the participation of PA/sport for each target groups
Think about where each target group might fit on the sport development continuum
BTEC Extended Diploma in Sport
Left Side
1) What gets in the way of you playing more sport at the moment?
Right Side
2) What stopped you playing sport in the past?
Is this a reasonable excuse?
Notes Document!
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