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Title: Engaging Communities starr Pilot Programme Glasgow West James Selby Culture


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Engaging Communities starr Pilot
ProgrammeGlasgow WestJames Selby Culture
Sport GlasgowPaul Smith Temple Shafton Youth
Project2nd Commonwealth Sports Development
Conference 12th 13th June 2008
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Our target group
  • Temple Shafton Youth Project
  • G15 Youth Project
  • Yoker Community

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Our sport sectorchallenges - external
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Our challenges
  • Integration with overlap of work.

Voluntary Sector Groups
Education
Youth Clubs
Health
Community Groups
Play Schemes
Youth Services
Sport
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Broader social consequences
  • Lack of connectivity of service providers
  • Isolated decision making
  • Youth not reaching potential / participating in
    society
  • Limited contribution to local decisions and
    community life
  • Loss of expertise and creativity
  • Additional health related issues
  • Mental health rates et cetera
  • Anti-social behaviour
  • criminal behaviour, negative perspectives and
    responses
  • Longer term social and economic impact
  • Incapacity, unemployment, limited productivity

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A set of actions
  • Radical rethink of the way we work
  • Partnership approach
  • Active involvement of Young People
  • Review delivery methods
  • People centred
  • Non traditional
  • Introduce integrated support mechanisms
  • Multi faceted support systems
  • Address the barriers

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Our challenges
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What we need to do
  • 1.Re/engage young people at risk
  • 2.Increase participation in structured physical
    activity sessions for hard to reach groups
    (emphasis on SIMD)
  • 3.Increase number of Young People engaged in
    training and receiving qualifications
  • 4.Provide career development/options/new
    opportunities, e.g. additional volunteers or jobs
    secured.
  • 5.Those moving on to more active sports
    participation within the existing club structure

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Our response
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Delivery Methodology
  • starr Fun
  • Game sense
  • Sampling / FUNdamentals stage of LTPD
  • starr Sport
  • Street style sports
  • Football, Rugby, Basketball

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ENJOYMENT
Social
Physical
Psychological
Challenge
REPETITION Of game based decision making
opportunities
Success
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Participant Centred Approach
  • Working with the needs of the deliverers
  • Concentrated education programme
  • Continual support through mentors
  • Ongoing commitment to personal / professional
    development
  • Provision of teamwear
  • Identifying the needs of the child
  • Supportive
  • Varied
  • Inclusive
  • Focussed on the needs of the child

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The Young Person
  • Development
  • Community Sport Leaders Award
  • Youth Work Training
  • Sporting pathways
  • Support
  • Mentors
  • Education fund
  • Support mechanisms

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Making it happen
  • Group orientation and introduction
  • Delivery of Education Programme (August)
  • Appointment of dedicated lead officer
  • Commence delivery of activities
  • Establish links with clubs or create new clubs
  • Pathways to further vocational and voluntary
    opportunities

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So far.
  • Secured external private funding (60k)
  • Developed Education Programme
  • Identified Young People (25 persons)
  • Mentoring Programme (12 persons)
  • Tripartite partnership established between
    voluntary, private and public sectors
  • Roles and responsibilities from key partners
  • A name and logo
  • However!!!!

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Vision
  • A cultural shift in the way young people are
    engaged and the way sport is delivered
  • Systematic link between sports providers and
    youth work
  • Reduction of the barriers to participation in
    sport
  • Enable young people to influence decisions on
    sports provision

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Dont let your history interfere with your
potential
  • Steve Maraboli
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