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The Organisation of British Sport

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Transcript of The Organisation of British Sport

Starter
Spot the Difference!
What differences can you see in the following pictures?
DCMS - Department for Culture, Media and Sport
"The Department for Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) is here to help make Britain the world’s most creative and exciting place to live, visit and do business. We protect and promote our cultural and artistic heritage and help businesses and communities to grow by investing in innovation and highlighting Britain as a fantastic place to visit. Alongside this, we protect our deeply held beliefs in freedom and equality. We help to give the UK a unique advantage in the global race for economic success."
(Gov, 2014)
Assignment
You now have time to work on your assignment, focussing on the objectives from last week (the development of British Sport).

Logo Quiz
The Organisation of British Sport
In paticular helping to provide a lasting legacy for the 2012 London Olympic and Paralympic Games
Central Council for Physical Recreation
Sport and Recreation Alliance
Members of the Sport and Recreation Alliance are the governing bodies of sport and recreation. Their job is to run their sport or activity, promote participation and set the rules and conditions under which it takes place.

The job of the Sport and Recreation Alliance is to make that job as easy as possible. They represent their views to people who make decisions; promote the interests of sport and recreation so that as many people as possible know about their work and campaign on issues affecting our members.

UK Sport
UK Sport is the strategic lead body for high performance sport in the UK. It invests Exchequer and National Lottery funds in Britain’s best Olympic and Paralympic sports and athletes to maximise their chances of success on the world stage. For London and beyond, a third stream of private sector funding - Team 2012 - complements this public investment.
Initiatives include:
Why would this be an important initiative?
Sport England
Sport England is committed to helping people and communities across the country create
sporting habits for life.

This means investing in organisations and projects that will get more people playing sport and creating opportunities for people to excel at their chosen sport.
English Institute for Sport
Sport Coach UK
English Federation of Disability Sport
What do you think are the main aims and values of the English Federation of Disability Sport?
Women's Sport Foundation
Now to add to your assignment!
Please also describe and explain the key organisations involved within your selected sport.

Key organisations to include are:
• Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS)
• Central Council for Physical Recreation (CCPR)
• UK Sport
• Sport England
• Sport Scotland
• Sports council for Wales
• Sports council for Northern Ireland
• National Governing Bodies (NGB’s)




Dear Candidate,
Congratulations, you have been successful in your job application for Manchester Metro News as our lead Sports writer.

Your first report is going to be on the development and organisation of sport in the UK. We would like you to create a special edition poster for our readers to celebrate the UK’s sporting history. Please ensure that you describe and explain the development and organisation of a selected sport.
You need to include information about the development in early British sport e.g. agricultural society, effects of the industrial revolution, influence of public schools, rationalisation and regulation; and the development of sport in the 20th century e.g. better working conditions, outdoor activities, influence of war.
Please also describe and explain the key organisations involved within your selected sport.

Key organisations to include are:
• Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS)
• Central Council for Physical Recreation (CCPR)
• UK Sport
• Sport England
• Sport Scotland
• Sports council for Wales
• Sports council for Northern Ireland
• National Governing Bodies (NGB’s)

The first draft will be due by Tuesday 11th March.
Yours Sincerely,
T.Brown
Editor in Chief

Post-it game!


Each person will come to the from and receive a post it note with an organisation written on, stick it on your forehead!

Move around the room and you can ask people yes or no questions to find out your organisation, can only ask each person one question

Sit down once you have discovered your organisation!
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