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Copy of Dame Kelly Holmes trust and Sport England AQA GCSE PE
Transcript of Copy of Dame Kelly Holmes trust and Sport England AQA GCSE PE
There are now over one million 16 to 25 year olds not in education, employment or training (NEET) in the UK. That’s nearly 1 in 5 of all young people. From listening to the young people on our programmes, we know the reasons why they are in this situation are multiple. Some are carers; others have a disability or learning difficulty. Some are homeless; or have had challenging upbringings with no role models. Others have had a better start in life, but are struggling to find work in a crowded job market at the tail end of a recession. Every young person we come across is different, but all are willing to at least try to turn things around
What we do
Through a range of personal development programmes run across the country, every one of our disadvantaged young people receives mentoring and support from a world class athlete.
How we do it
Olympians, Paralympians and top athletes have experienced the highs and lows of world-class competition. They know what it’s like to overcome adversity and still have the will to succeed. We support these athletes, known as our GiveBack Team, and help them make the most of their skills and experience to improve young people’s lives.
Last year, 80% of young people we supported made a positive change in their lives and 75% were ready for sport, training, education, volunteering and/or employment. By 2016, we’ll reach 200,000 young people.
Every one of our disadvantaged young people receives mentoring and support from a world class athlete. We support these athletes, known as our GiveBack Team, as they retire from competing, and help them make the most of their skills and experience to improve young people’s lives.
Why support athletes?
Our research tells us that many athletes need help to transition into post-competitive career lives and most have traits that make them ideal role models and mentors for young people.
There is no other organisation that provides a long term support mechanism for these athletes to develop from their sport and utilise their exceptional experience and expertise to benefit others in the community.
Task 1: Create a spider diagram which shows
how the DKH trust utilises elite sport role models to inspire participation in sport and how they mentor young people.
Think: Who, How, Where, Why, Positives and Negatives.
What you need to know for your exam:
THE DKH trust has two aims:
1- Inspire participation
2- Mentor young people
You need to be able to name 2 of the 8 projects run by the trust and to discuss what they do:
1: Get on Track
2: London 2012 Young Leaders Programme
3: AQA Unlocking Potential
4: National Citizen Service
5: Sport for change
6: Aspirning Minds
7: Sporting Champions
8: Young People Re-engagment programme
Name 2 of the Dame Kelly Holmes Trust Charity projects and explain how it may help to mentor young people. (8 Marks)
Works alongside CentrePoint and comic relief DKHT supports homeless young people
Athlete mentors work alongside the Centrepoint Charity with the homeless young people on a week long intensive programme
Gives the young people vital mentoring, key life skills including physical well being, staying motivated, working within a budget
Those with a sporting interest are invited to a sport development scheme, training and playing alongside the elite athletes enhancing skills and attitudes
Sport for Change
Young people undertake sporting and school or community-based projects, where they develop communication and team work skills whilst increasing their social capital in their local community . This phase of the programme also provides young people with the opportunity to explore potential careers across a range of industries with work experience, practice interviews and intensive mentoring from elite athletes.
Get on Track
Read the following 4 slide of information, you will be asked questions about it shortly
Lesson 2: Objectives:
Know how Sport England intends to increase participation in sport.
Define what Sport England is
Know how SE records participation in sport
Sports England is a government agency which provides funding and facilities, measures participation and identifies priority groups.
Their main target is to help people and communities across the country to create a sporting habit for life
What does a sporting habit for life mean?
Why is this important for society?
Why would the government think this is important?
Therefore, their overall ambition is to increase the number of people who play sport regularly and reduce the number of young people who stop playing sport when they leave school.
Inorder to increase participation SE do the following:
County sports Partnership
Schools (School Games, Access to education facilities)
"Provide funding through an application process to transform the places were people play sport"
Protecting Playing fields
Multi-sport facilities with a focus on sporting activities that will drive high participation numbers
Helping community groups and volunteer update, improve and refurbish their facilities into modern grass routes sporting areas.
Preserving high quality space for local people to play and enjoy sport.
Match the definitions:
Measure participation/identify priority groups
SE goal is to create a sporting habit for life, therefore they need to know why people drop out of sport. This means they need to measure participation and find groups to target.
Active People Survey
Satisfaction with the quality of the sporting experience survey (SQSE)
Sports England has an aim of increasing participation in sport. Name and describe two initiatives Sports England have to help them achieve their aim. (6 marks)
Sports England measure participation levels in sports. How do they do this and why is this important? (2 marks)
Youth Sport Trust aims to engage all young people in PE and school sport. They do this in a few ways:
They manage the school sport competitions
'The School Games'
Make notes which will help you describe 'the school games'
You need to know and be able to describe two of the following programmes:
Volunteering and Leadership:
Programmes to engage young people in PE and Sport
You need to be able to name and describe two of the following:
Fit for Girls
Bupa start to move
Provide support, coaching, officiating, talent development and comps at different levels
To increase the level of participation and performance across all roles in their sport
Coaching > for example qualifications..... leadership courses...
Officiating: running training, having a developmental programme. linking in with school sports
Talent Development: Having a pathway from grass roots to elite
Holding competitions which link into the school games structure
Create a revision poster using these two sections.
use your notes from the previous lesson to help you, use the hand outs provided.
use the two boxes to guide your information.
Remember you need to be able to name 2 programmes from each area and describe what they do.