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  1. Local Connections for SportCounty Sports Partnerships & Community Sport Networks Working Together Bruce Kelsey, Director - South Yorkshire Sport Volunteering in Yorkshire & Humber 26th October 2009

  2. Workshop Overview • What is a County Sports Partnership • Evolution & development • South Yorkshire Sport • The delivery system for Sport in England • Creating a World Leading Community Sport system • Community Sports Networks • What are they? • How do they work? Volunteering in Yorkshire & Humber 26th October 2009

  3. What is a County Sports Partnership? ‘A county sport partnership is a partnership of agencies committed to providing a high quality single system for people to benefit from sport.’ Volunteering in Yorkshire & Humber 26th October 2009

  4. Overview • Network of 49 CSP’s • 4 In Yorkshire • Cover large geographical area • Strategic co-ordination of Sport and physical activity • Core funded Sport England and local authorities Volunteering in Yorkshire & Humber 26th October 2009

  5. CSP Characteristics • It maintains a focus on children and young people (Physical Literacy, LTAD and child welfare) • It is underpinned by a commitment to equity • It seeks to ensure that sports development is driven through NGB plans • Action is based on local need - influencing the understanding, interpretation and deployment of national, regional and local policy Volunteering in Yorkshire & Humber 26th October 2009

  6. CSP Characteristics • It is fundamentally independent so that the core partnership team is impartial in order to broker progress • It is focused on investing in, and valuing people • It is committed to achieving quality standards through continuous improvement and excellence in order to demonstrate impact Volunteering in Yorkshire & Humber 26th October 2009

  7. The Delivery System County Sports Partnership People behind the people National Partners Community Sports Network People taking part Regional Partners Volunteering in Yorkshire & Humber 26th October 2009

  8. World Leading Community Sport system • 2008 - • 46 NGB’s whole sport plans – WSP’s • CSP support role to NGB’s WSP’s through ‘core offer’ • Focus on improving community sport outcomes • Grow, Sustain, Excel Volunteering in Yorkshire & Humber 26th October 2009

  9. CSP Core Offer • Connecting NGB’s to the CSP area • Club Coach & Volunteer Development • Children & Young People • Facilities • Investment • Strategic Influence & Networking • Knowledge Management • Operations Volunteering in Yorkshire & Humber 26th October 2009

  10. How it works in South Yorkshire Volunteering in Yorkshire & Humber 26th October 2009

  11. Working together for Sport in South Yorkshire Volunteering in Yorkshire & Humber 26th October 2009

  12. Community Sport NetworksKey Characteristics • Based around local authority boundaries. • Main leadership/steer from local authority. • Provide Local Strategic Partnerships and Local Area Agreements with a mechanism to work with and through sport. • empowered to create a coordinated local plan to increase participation and be funded to deliver it • NOT another layer of bureaucracy, prevents duplication They JOIN UP the sporting landscape at the local level and provide a focus for engagement and investment. Volunteering in Yorkshire & Humber 26th October 2009

  13. Embedded and Effective CSN To be considered ‘embedded and effective’, a CSN should have all of the following in place: • Evidence of consultation and needs assessment • Evidence of use of the data jigsaw (Active People, Active Places, PESSCL, Taking Part and local surveys etc.) to Action Plan • SMART and costed Action Plan in place, with effective monitoring against delivery • Evidence of increased investment secured against Action Plan priorities • Evidence of formal strategic links, and delivery against LSP, LAA and Community Strategy targets • Evidenced commitment of key partners and local leadership Volunteering in Yorkshire & Humber 26th October 2009

  14. South Yorkshire CSN’s Volunteering in Yorkshire & Humber 26th October 2009

  15. South Yorkshire CSN Contacts • Barnsley Sport & Active Leisure Partnership • Mary Dyson Barnsley MBC • Rotherham Active Partnership • Jackie Thornhill Rotherham MBC • Doncaster Active Partnership • Andy Maddox Doncaster MBC • Sport Sheffield • Katy Burnett Sheffield City Council Volunteering in Yorkshire & Humber 26th October 2009

  16. 1004 days to London2012 A ‘Once In A Lifetime’ opportunity to ensure a sporting legacy for South Yorkshire? Volunteering in Yorkshire & Humber 26th October 2009

  17. A word about the volunteers • Without the two million adult volunteers who contribute at least one hour a week to volunteering in sport, community sport would grind to a halt. • Volunteers also play an incredible role in staging some of England's most prestigious sporting events. Without this volunteer workforce, the events simply wouldn't happen. Volunteering in Yorkshire & Humber 26th October 2009

  18. THANKS FOR LISTENING QUESTIONS? Volunteering in Yorkshire & Humber 26th October 2009

  19. Contact details Bruce Kelsey Tel:   0114 223 5673 Director Fax:  0114 223 5676 South Yorkshire Sport Mob:  07795 305727 c/o English Institute of Sport E-Mail: bruce.kelsey@sysport.co.uk Coleridge Road SHEFFIELD S9 5DA Catch up on our latest news by visiting our NEW & UPDATED website - www.sysport.co.uk Volunteering in Yorkshire & Humber 26th October 2009