SALFORD SPORTS Support Overviews .


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Kavanagh & Page: November 2007. Games club enrollment Year 7 (2005 2007) Knight. ... Increment in club enrollment. Match club chance to exhibited ...
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SALFORD SPORTS PARTICIPATION SURVEYS – YEARS 7 & 9 - 2007 John Eady

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Strata overview – what it does Participation in game and physical movement Awareness of/perspectives about offices and opportunities Lifestyle and dispositions Change after some time: contrast between \'out-turn\' bunches

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Performance estimation Developing gauge Data  insight Mapping & crevice investigation; clubs, mentors, willful bolster Evidence-driven change Inter-LA/CSP/NGB benchmarking Participant/entertainer following Putting sport into GIS settings Participation pathway! Where did we begin? Where did we wind up?

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Strata study – notes Reliability Use Area examinations (Careful) school correlations

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Strata review reaction 100% of LEA standard schools - 15 Special School – 1 Excellent broadness & profundity Sample size: Year 7: 1,463 Year 9: 1,651 (a portion of more extensive GM exercise)

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Context: spread of reactions Year 7 Year 9

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Context – Salford

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Participation

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The national picture (TNS study)

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Is maintenance the key issue?

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Extracurricular investment – Year 7 (2005 20 07)

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Extracurricular support: Year 7 (2005) Year 9 (2007)

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Participation in extracurricular game Year 7 Year 9

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Sports club enrollment – Year 7 (2005 20 07)

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Sports club participation: Year 7 (2005) Year 9 (2007)

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Sports club enrollment Year 7 Year 9

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Frequency of cooperation (5+ days for each week)

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Frequency of interest - (5 days+ every week) Year 7 Year 9

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Frequency of investment against weight

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Participation – different exercises (Year 7)

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Activities might want to see a greater amount of – Year 7

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Participation outline

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Participation by sexual orientation – Year 9

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Participation by ethnic cause – Year 9

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Participation by long haul restricting sickness – Year 9

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Participation by relatives – Year 9

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Participation via auto proprietorship – Year 9

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Facilities/occasions/opportunities

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Awareness and use (Year 9)

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Awareness (Year 7)

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Usage – Year 7

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Usage recurrence: Year 7

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Facilities: extent rating as G/VG Year 7  Year 9

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Fit City participation: Year 7 (2005  2007 )

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Fit City enrollment thickness (Year 7)

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Internet access (Year 7)

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Preferred specialized techniques (Year 7)

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Internet access (Year 7) Ofcom Communications Market 2006 report: 70% of youngsters matured 16 to 24 use organizing destinations to make companions, offer data and have a ton of fun… Independent on Sunday study (06):6 in 10 youngsters (13-17) have individual profiles on systems administration locales. 1 in 12 has met an outsider by means of the net! Be that as it may, not an outsider from a games club!

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Swimming

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Swimming capacity: Year 7 (2005  2007)

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Swimming capacity – Year 7  Year 9 (2007)

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Swimming: where learnt; Year 7 2005  Year 7 (2007)

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Swimming capacity – how learnt to swim (Year 7)

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Attitudes

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Smoking: Year 7 contrasted with Year 9 (2007)

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Alcohol: Year 7 contrasted with Year 9 (2007)

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Perceptions of weight (Y7)

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Barriers to support – Year 7

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Barriers to investment – Year 9

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Walk to class Year 7 Year 9

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Summary

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Difference between Year 7s (2005 – 2007)

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2005\'s Year 7 associate – changes by Year 9 (2007)

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Year 9: main 10 extracurricular exercises

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Year 9: main 10 out of school club-based/general exercises

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Key issues to consider Drop in interest Year 7 – Year 9 Boys take part more than young ladies Gap less proclaimed at Year 7 – why? Geographic variety – investigate, share great practice Significant influencers – family cooperation, auto access Delivery of more movement – watersports, move – limit?

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… Perception of nature of offices – limits use? Impression of value lower than amongst clients Getting more youngsters into offices - correspondence Swimming capacity – general levels; varieties Difficulties – variables to address (nobody to run with) Early mediation – weight, smoking, liquor

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Summary – things to expand upon/work on? Maintenance.. Number of youngsters that stroll to class (52%) Increase in club enrollment Match club chance to showed extracurricular interest Match extracurricular procurement to exhibited club limit! Specialized strategies

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Questions – for talk What would we be able to do to stop young ladies dropping out of game after Year 7? By what means would we be able to all make ability to convey extra action, particularly in those exercises youngsters need, e.g., watersports, move, aerobatic? How would we best speak with youngsters reliably over the City and through various partners?

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