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Sports Development Team

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Sports
Academies

Well-being
Funding,
Partnerships
& Projects

Ofsted
Curriculum
Enrichment
Centre Activities
Dinnertime activities are run at all centres
Sports
Development
Team

From Jumpers for Goalposts
Well-managed volunteering programmes have the potential to realise significant benefits for young people in enhancing their learning experience
Ofsted
Enrichment, extra curricular, formal sport, clubs & teams, intra and inter competition

Students gain positive outcomes from quality enrichment & extra curricular sport e.g. employability skills, social benefits, exercise & health benefits, self esteem, confidence, commitment to learning, attendance and retention on study programmes, raised aspirations, learn new skills
Ofsted
CIF – The effectiveness of leadership & management

Actively promote equality and diversity, tackle bullying and discrimination and narrow the achievement gap

Safeguard all learners
Ofsted
Enrichment, extra curricular, formal sport, clubs & teams, intra and inter competition

Students have opportunities to progress through involvement in the planning of extra curricular provision
Ofsted
Does the College Principal and SMT recognise and have high expectations regarding sport provision?

Do they understand the contribution that an active and sporting college culture can make to quality teaching and learning across college?
Ofsted
Opportunities for volunteering form a component of the course

Volunteering activities used to provide evidence towards a qualification

Volunteering ‘in-house’ or extending curriculum focus and links with external partners
Ofsted
Volunteering not only enriches participants, community groups and civil society more widely, but can provide alternative opportunities for young people to achieve their goals.
Ofsted
All of the colleges visited worked with external national charities and agencies either to extend the range of volunteering opportunities on offer or to target specific groups of young people
Ofsted
CIF – Outcome for Learners

Learners are able to progress to courses leading to higher level qualifications and into jobs that meet local and national needs

NGB and Sports Leaders UK Awards can be added and integrated into the curriculum
Ofsted
CIF – Outcome for Learners

Through regular participation in sport activities and successfully completing National Governing Bodies and Sports Leaders UK Awards, learners are able to develop personal, social and employability skills
Ofsted
Talent identification, development & support: pathways to excellence

Learners who have been released by professional sports clubs are given an alternative educational and career path at College
Ofsted
Talent identification, development & support: pathways to excellence

Talented athletes in College have access to mentoring and training opportunities

Performing sport at a high level contributes to progress and the destination of learners e.g. through the provision of scholarships or bursaries
Ofsted
Talent identification, development & support: pathways to excellence

Learners with talent have the opportunity to achieve their potential to represent their College, county, district, region or nation
Ofsted
Enrichment, extra curricular, formal sport, clubs & teams, intra and inter competition.

Students have access to a range of facilities.

Students can benefit from the College links with community sport – through lifelong engagement in sport and/or employment opportunities
Ofsted
Enrichment, extra curricular, formal sport, clubs & teams, intra and inter competition

Students have opportunities to compete at different levels dependant on ability and interest, and are able to progress to new levels if they wish
Ofsted
Leadership & Volunteering: recruitment and deployment of coaches, leaders and volunteers

Students develop through being engaged in a variety of settings, a range of sports and a range of roles e.g. admin, organising, officiating, promoting, journalism, technology, coaching and leadership
Ofsted
Leadership & Volunteering: recruitment and deployment of coaches, leaders and volunteers

Students develop personal, social, leadership, managerial and employability skills through leadership roles and acting as mentors for their peers
Ofsted
Leadership & Volunteering: recruitment and deployment of coaches, leaders and volunteers

Learners from all areas of the College progress more quickly and achieve more through the use of volunteering opportunities in sport and sport administration e.g. business admin, media, construction, web development
Ofsted
Leadership & Volunteering: recruitment and deployment of coaches, leaders and volunteers

Learners understand links between volunteering in sport/physical activity and progress on their study programme
Ofsted
A number of government agendas including:

Personal, Social and Health Education
Citizenship and Enterprise
Social Inclusion
Disability Projects
Choosing to Volunteer
Ofsted
Sports Enrichment programmes, Sportivate & Sports Leaders UK Awards are seen as a vehicle to help, deliver, support and achieve.
Ofsted
The most effective colleges found creative ways of integrating volunteering within courses and ‘in-house’ projects enabling young people to take on greater levels of responsibility. They did not consider it as an ‘add on’ to mainstream learning
Ofsted
Volunteering activities are seen to support young people’s learning and development as well and provide a means by which they can engage constructively in civil society
Ofsted
“Whole development and not just academic achievement”.

Favourable comments due to enrichment activities, qualifications and volunteering
Ofsted
CIF – The effectiveness of leadership & management

Demonstrate an ambitious vision, have high expectations for what all learners can achieve and attain high standards for quality and performance
Ofsted
CIF – Quality of teaching, learning & assessment

Learners can benefit from high expectations, engagement, care, support and motivation from staff when taking part in regular sport activities

Appropriate and timely information, advice and guidance effectively support learning
Ofsted
Talent identification, development & support: pathways to excellence

Opportunities for learners to coach and/or referee at higher levels

Learners can gain appropriate specialist qualifications that will help them make progress in their specialist sport or coaching career
Ofsted
Talent identification, development & support: pathways to excellence

Athletes are able to progress and achieve improved levels of sport performance whilst at College, with no detrimental effects on their studies due to an appropriate balance between academic and sporting commitments
Ofsted
Sports Development team can integrate into curriculum delivery;

Sports Leaders UK Levels 1 & 2 Awards
Sportivate

Curriculum
Level 3 Diploma
Practical Team Sports
Practical Individual Sports
Assessing Risk in Sport
Instructing Physical Activity
Leadership in Sport
Rules, Regulations and Officiating
Work Experience
Sport Diploma Units
Level 1 Diploma
Take Part in Sport

Level 2 Diploma
Take Part in Sport
Plan and Run a Sports Event
Sport Diploma Units
Level 1 Award in Dance Leadership
Plan, lead and review a dance activity
Developing leadership skills
Lead activities promoting a healthy lifestyle
The relationship of music to dance
Use a stimulus to create a dance piece
Opportunities in dance
Sports Leaders UK Awards
Sports Leaders UK Awards
All Sports Leaders UK courses are practically based and learners do not need to be a sports or dance star, they just need an interest in their chosen activity, a positive attitude and a willingness to volunteer.
Level 1 & Level 2 Awards can be mapped across to curriculum courses and where there are common links, duplication can be removed – courses can therefore run on slightly less GLH

The Awards can be general or sport specific e.g. Level 2 Award in Sport Leadership (Boxing) can incorporate the Preliminary Boxing Award. Students who excel within their 10hr Boxing leadership can possibly achieve the Standard Award
Sports Leaders UK Awards
Level 2 Award in Dance Leadership
Plan, lead and evaluate dance activities
Developing dance leadership skills
Assist organising and leading a dance
Establish and maintain a safe dance session
Adapting dance sessions
Opportunities in dance
Develop varied dance pieces
Sports Leaders UK Awards
Level 2 Award in Sport Leadership
Plan, lead and evaluate a sport/activity
Developing leadership skills
Lead activities promoting a healthy lifestyle
Making activity sessions inclusive
Positive role models in sport
Sports Leaders UK Awards
Level 1 Award in Sport Leadership
Plan, lead and review a sport/activity
Developing leadership skills
Fair play in sport
Role of the official in sport
Opportunities in sport and recreation
Sports Leaders UK Awards
Designed to provide both theoretical and practical guidance for coaches and extends to topics both on and off the pitch including:

FA Emergency Aid Certificate/AED

FA Safeguarding Children in Football
FA Level 1 Certificate in Coaching Football
Sports Leaders UK Awards
We can deliver the nationally recognised Sports Leaders UK Levels 1 & Level 2 Awards in Sport and Dance Leadership

These can help young people develop essential life skills such as organisation, motivation, communication and working with others.
Walkden and City centres provide beginner sessions in boxing and box-fit during the week

Additional Friday Fitness and Fun session where staff can use either the Fitness Suite, Sports Hall or Games Room facilities from 3pm till 4.30pm
Wellbeing - Staff
Variety of health, fitness and fun activities that are available for all staff

Each centre has access to a free fitness suite that is open during dinner-times and early evenings which staff are encouraged to use
Wellbeing - Staff
Personal, Social & Health Education
Social Inclusion
Disability Projects
Wellbeing - Students
Lifestyle & Fitness Assessments can be conducted in the Fitness Suites at Eccles, Pendleton & Walkden

Staff can take advantage of prepared work-out sessions at each centre
Wellbeing - Staff
All proposed Sportivate activities can be doubled up for male & female groups

Progression from these is for the students to participate in the campus v campus teams and then Sports Academy teams
Funding
Proposed bid to receive funding to redevelop the outdoor pitch at Eccles Centre to 3G

Facility usage in the evenings alongside the Street Reds programme
Funding
Sports Leaders UK
Level 1 Award in Sport Leadership
Level 1 Award in Dance Leadership
Level 2 Award in Sport Leadership
Level 2 Award in Sport Leadership
Funding
Sport England – FE Activation Fund (Just4Girls)

Active Colleges’ key objective is to increase the number of FE students taking part in sport regularly, for at least 30 minutes, once per week and reduce the numbers of young people dropping out of sport between the ages of 16 and 18

£62k funding over 3 years
Funding
Proposed Sportivate activities:

Boxercise, Badminton, Basketball, Boxing, Cricket, Dance/Zumba, Football, Gym/Fitness, Multi-sports, Netball, Rugby League, Table Tennis, and Volleyball
Funding
Sportivate is a £56 million Lottery programme that gives 14-25 year olds access to six-week courses in a wide range of sports and activities

Throughout the year, Sportivate projects can be run with all Enrichment and Curriculum activities

Sessions can be tailor-made for each centre
Funding
Sports Leaders UK Levels 1 & 2 Awards
Sport England – Sportivate
Sport England – FE Activation Fund (Just4Girls)
Football Foundation – Upgrading outdoor pitch
British Colleges Sport - SportReach
Funding
SportReach has agreed an exciting sponsorship deal with TradePoint and British Colleges Sport that gives colleges FREE Nike match kit and massive savings on PPE, tools and equipment from TradePoint, as well as discounted sports kit bundles for your students.
Funding
Salford City College Sports Academy will be working alongside Manchester United Foundation developing the Ladies Football Academy

Students will study and train at The Cliff and represent Salford City College in the British Colleges Women's League
Partnerships
Street Reds – Bringing Communities Together Through Football

Working locally with a range of partners, they provide sessions for 48 weeks of the year in the evenings, when other services are not available and when the need for diversionary activity is at its highest.
Partnerships
The Salford City College Sports Academy has developed it’s very own 'in house' Sports Media Team, delivered by industry professionals The Reporters' Academy

Most of the video clips used throughout were produced by students involved with The Reporters’ Academy
Partnerships
As well at competing in the British Colleges NW League, Salford City College Football Academy first team will be representing Salford City FC on Sundays in the North West Youth Alliance League and the FA Youth Cup
Partnerships
Partnerships
Salford City College Rugby League Academy worked alongside Salford City Reds Player Welfare Officer Paul Highton and First Team Players Jordan James, Stephen Wild & Lee Jewitt
Partnerships
Just4Girls is a cross college project to increase female participation in sport and active leisure that is funded through the Sport England FE Activation Fund
Projects
Sport England recognises and values the commitment made by sports clubs to develop high quality, welcoming environments for young participants

The development of clubs that encourage young people to take-up sport, improve their talents, play a leadership role and maintain life-long participation in sport, is an essential part of supporting the sporting infrastructure in England
Projects
The World Pool, Billiard & Snooker Association Grass Roots Development Project to develop the game of snooker within schools and colleges in order to increase participation in the sport and support the learning of English and Maths
Projects
The Sports Development team have been successful in receiving £230,000 through the Football Foundation to redevelop the astro-turf at the Eccles Centre to a 3-G pitch

The Eccles Centre will partner Manchester United Foundation and their Street Red project
Projects
Netball
We are currently running a team in partnership with Salford City FC that will play on Sunday Afternoons and compete in the North West Youth Alliance League. We also will be competing on Wednesday afternoons in the British Colleges Sport league.
Men's Football

Ability-Counts
Boxing
Academy teams can be generated from the Enrichment activities by the relevant coaches and compete in the British Colleges Sport

Academy leagues run throughout the year in addition to the campus v campus leagues

Sport Academies

Volleyball
Our Ladies Football will be running in partnership with Manchester United Foundation and compete in the British Colleges Sport leagues
Basketball
Ladies Football
Snooker
Rugby League
Varsity Winners 2013 – City of Salford Stadium
Cricket
Indoor24 – Lords 2013
Scott
Healey
Ryan
Kidd
Rich
Lee
Reg
Davies
Kelly
MacPhail
Joyce
Hutton
Bill
Taylor
Nick
Chapman
Neil
Hayden
Colin
Hayes
Phil Arbelo-Dolan
Sports Development Team
Ron
Matthews
Andy Nelson
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