What is an Ambassador?

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What is an Ambassador?
Task
Using the pictures discuss if these sports
stars are ambassadors
What do they promote?
What makes them or doesn't make them
an ambassador?
What skills and personal qualities do they
display?
Insert pictures of sports stars who are ambassadors and some that are not and
some that are debatable.
Tom Daley
Steve Redgrave
Rebecca Adlington
Andy Murray
Carlos Tevez
David Millar – Cycling
Dwain Chambers
Serena Williams
Justin Gatlin
Jessica Ennis
Alternative
You could print out the pictures and get the Young Ambassadors to put them in
groups of ambassadors, not ambassadors and not sure.
Alternative
You could use sports stars facemasks to aid the discussion on being an
ambassador.
Young Ambassador vs Sports Leader?
What skills do you need to display as a Young
Ambassador?
What is the difference between a Young
Ambassador and a Sports Leader?
Task
Complete either the ‘Spider Skill Set’ or ‘My
Skill Set Smiles’ sheets to work out your
strengths and areas for development.
What skills are required to be an ambassador?
Your role as an adiStar Young Ambassador
adiStar Young Ambassadors have three
roles
In your school you should try to
•Increase participation in your school
•Promote the positive values sport can
develop
•Be an ambassador and role model for PE
and school sport
The next slide will show you who is able to
help you in the local area.
Young Ambassadors Organising Committee
Local Area Team
adiStar
Young
Ambassadors
Work in your
secondary school
Platinum
Experienced Young
Ambassadors
Work across the local area
adiStar
Young
Ambassadors
per secondary school
Bronze YA
Primary
adiStar
GOLD
Young
Ambassadors
Work in your
secondary school
Young Ambassadors
Work across the local
area
Bronze YA
Primary
Bronze YA
Primary
Bronze YA
Primary
adiStar
Young
Ambassadors
Work in your
secondary school
Bronze YA
Primary
Bronze YA
Primary
adiStar
adiStar
Young
Ambassadors
Work in your
secondary school
Young
Ambassadors
Work in your
secondary school
adiStar
Young
Ambassadors
Work in your
secondary school
In the next session you will need to take the adiStar Young Ambassadors
through how they can fulfil their role of increasing participation, promoting
the Values and promoting London 2012
As there is a lot of information you might like to divide them into groups to
look at the information for 20mins and then get them to make a 5min
presentation to the whole group
Increasing participation
Change 4 Life Clubs - Can YA’s get involved in helping at these clubs?
School Games – What can role can YA’s play?
School Sport Organising Committees Promoting the values
Being an ambassador and role model
Your local School Games Organiser will be able to help you with information
on Change 4 Life Clubs and the School Games.
Ideas for
•Increase participation in your school
•Promote the positive values sport can
develop
•Be an ambassador and role model for
PE and school sport
What is School Games?
The School Games is a celebration of competitive
sport that will involve all young people in years 3 to
13, of all abilities and backgrounds.
Intra School Competition in the
School Games
School Games Day
Level 1
• Culmination of your year round programme
Year round programme
• Multi-sport programme
• Designed by young people
• Experienced by as many young people as possible
Increasing participation
How can you help to get
people involved in this
day?
• Culmination of your year round programme
Year round programme
• Multi-sport programme
• Local leagues – regular competition
• Experienced by as many young people as possible
Level 2
School Games Festival
Level 3
Inter School Competition in the
School Games
Promoting the Values
Can you reward
examples of the Values
in action at this event?
Change4Life Sports Clubs
“School Sport Clubs that are engaging less
active young people using the Inspiration of the
Olympics and Paralympics”
Change4Life Sports Clubs
- Vision
“By 2013 to develop a network of 13500
Change4Life Sports Clubs across primary,
secondary and special schools that capture the
interest of less active young people, engages them
with school sport and provides a stepping stone
into lifelong participation”
Change4Life Sports Clubs - principles
• Attracts less active young people in multi-sport and nontraditional school sport clubs
• Builds a network of Change4Life Sports Clubs on school sites
• Uses the inspiration of Olympic and Paralympic values
• Responds to what Young People want.
• Develops a “sense of belonging” and establishes a regular
culture of attendance and participation
• Utilises the club environment to change behaviours around
key health areas
Secondary Change4Life Sports Clubs
Rationale...
• Increasing participation in school sport clubs
• Use non-traditional school sports to develop school based sports clubs
• Increasing capacity of clubs to take junior members in 7 sports
• Developing a new type of sports club – on a school site and driven by
the needs of young people
• Contributing to the “School Games” by ensuring less active young
people can engage in those sports
• Provide a platform for the deployment of young leaders to run clubs
• Provide innovative equipment packages that engage different young
people
Primary Change4Life Sports Clubs
Rationale...
• Increasing physical activity and wellness in 7-9 year olds
• Improving self esteem and addressing mental health issues
• Increasing participation in less active children in the most
deprived areas
• Developing a new type of sports club – on a school site and
driven by the needs of young people
• Contributing to the “School Games” by ensuring less active
young people can engage
• Positioning of a “health” message within “sport”
More information & film
Go to:
www.nhs.uk/c4lsportsclubs
Promoting the positive values in sport
Who can help you?
In order to help you fulfil your role you
are going to have to get help from other
people.
What about forming your own School
Sport Organising Committee?
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