consultation - Sport England

Report
Creating a sporting habit for life
Inclusive Sport Fund
Lindsay Games / Carol Fraser
September 2013
Agenda for the day
1. Refreshments, welcome and introductions
2. Sport England and disability equality in sport
3. The objectives of the Inclusive Sport programme
4. Introducing Interactive
5. Assessment criteria – part one
Refreshments and discussion
6. Assessment criteria – part two
7. Round One experiences
8. How to apply
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About Sport England
We are investing over £1 billion of National Lottery
and Exchequer funding between 2012 and 2017 in
organisations and projects that will:
• Help more people have a sporting habit for life
• Create more opportunities for young people to play sport
• Nurture and develop talent
• Provide the right facilities in the right places
• Support local authorities and unlock local funding
• Ensure real opportunities for communities
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Only one in six disabled adults play sport
once a week
Once a week participation in sport
37.8%
15.1%
39.3%
16.7%
39.2%
16.2%
38.9%
16.3%
37.7%
39.4%
38.7%
17.7%
18.3%
18.2%
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No limiting
disability /
illness
April 2013
13.6m
Limiting
disability /
illness
April 2013
1.7m
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There are considerable variations in
participation levels
Once a week participation in sport
No limiting disability / illness
Limiting disability / illness
Autistic spectrum disorder
Physical impairment
Mental health condition
Learning disability/difficulty
Blind/visual impairment
Deaf/hard of hearing
Other impairment
38.7%
18.2%
19.8%
17.5%
16.2%
14.4%
11.4%
10.6%
18.3%
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£10.2 million invested in Round 1
• 44 projects
• Good coverage – geographically
and by impairment type
Round 2
• Continue to
build on the
2012 legacy
• £7 million of
National Lottery
funding
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The Inclusive Sport Fund
• Led by the needs of disabled people
• Bring together experts from both sport and disability sectors
• Participation by all disabled people
• Inclusive and dedicated opportunities
• Opportunities that are not just accessible but are friendly,
welcoming, and effectively staffed
• Innovative, scalable and replicable projects
• Taking sport to places disabled people already inhabit.
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What we fund
What we won’t fund
• Bona fide and legitimate
organisations with a written
constitution
• Demonstrate good financial
health and governance
• Revenue grants of £10,001+
• Target disabled people aged
14+ with a recognised
sporting activity / physical
activities that lead to
recognised sport
• Activities that have not yet
begun
• Sustainable projects
• Capital awards/facility
development
• Equipment-only
• Projects focused solely on
physical activity, such as
walking or gardening
• General running costs e.g. ongoing staff costs, council tax,
gas, electricity or water bills,
facility costs for office base
• One off events
• Items that only benefit an
individual
• Foreign trips
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www.interactive.uk.net
Overview of Interactive
• Interactive is a charity creating disability equality in sport with a vision of an
inclusive and active society
• A leading strategic sports body with a focus on both disability equality and
sport
• Uniquely positioned to connect the disability, sport, health and education
sectors at a strategic and political level
• By influencing from policy to delivery, Interactive ensures sport and physical
activity become equally accessible for all people meaning disabled people are
equally valued
• English Federation of Disability Sport strategic partner for London
Our mission:
To create a culture where disabled people
view being active as a viable lifestyle choice
for life and disabled people are central to the
sports and physical activity sector.
How?
• Inclusive and Active 2
- Network of 104 adopted organisations receiving advice and support to
achieve organisational specific targets linked to their bespoke Inclusive
and Active 2 action plan
- 731 relationships brokered across the Inclusive and Active Network
- Approximately 25,000 disabled people provided with access to
opportunities to be more active
• Be Inclusive and Active – Online Disability Equality Training
- 11,338 people provided with access to online disability equality
training.
• Interactive Products and Services
Your Project …
Is there demand for what you want to provide?
Is your offer what disabled people want to do?
How are you going to ensure disabled people are
aware of your opportunity?
How can Interactive help you?
Support for your
Successful Project
During the Application
Process
•
In kind support for
Inclusive and Active 2
adopted
organisations
Other Services
• Consortia
Collaboration
• Project Development
•
In kind support for
Inclusive and Active 2
adopted organisations.
Other Services
• Training – Be Inclusive
and Active / Inclusive
and Active Workshop
• Project Development
• Hot Desk at Interactive
• Inclusive Event
Implementation
Inclusive Sport Round 1 successful applicants supported by
Interactive
Wheelchair Football Association – WFA Grassroots Powerchair Football
Adopted
Aspire - Instructability
Adopted
Access Sport – Access Sport Disability Programme
Adopted + Bespoke
support
London Legacy Development Corporation – Together East
Adopted
LB Newham: Culture and Community Development – Newham Ability Sports
Programme
Adopted
Wheels for Wellbeing – Cycling for All – An Inclusive Cycling Network
Linked in to adoption
process and Networks
Royal London Society for Blind People – Sport without Limits
Adopted
LB Camden Sport and Physical Activity Service – All Inclusive – Inclusive and
Active Camden
Adopted
Brentford FC Community Sports Trust – On Your Marks
Adopted and
Consortia
Collaboration
Contact us …
Information and Resources www.interactive.uk.net / 0207 717 1699
laura.davies@interactive.uk.net / 07872 380508
County Sport Partnership Support
It is worth contacting your relevant PRO-ACTIVE Partnership (County Sports Partnership)
when developing your application. They will be able to offer advice and support.
The lead contact for each partnership is as follows
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PRO-ACTIVE West London: Jemima Morris -- jemima.morris@brunel.ac.uk
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PRO-ACTIVE North London: Matthew Eames -- m.eames@mdx.ac.uk
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PRO-ACTIVE South London: David George - davidgeorge@pro-activesouthlondon.org
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PRO-ACTIVE Central London: Dedicated funding support officer Xander Beck can
provide free one-to-one support on your application. Contact - aos-funding@lsbu.ac.uk
PRO-ACTIVE East London: Gabby Williams-- g.l.williams@uel.ac.uk
Assessing your application
1
Consultation and insight
2
Delivery and impact
3
Partnership and feedback
4
Sustainability
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1
Consultation and insight
We need to know:
• How you have consulted with disabled people. Your
project should be responding to their views, motivations
and expectations.
•
What the barriers to participation in sport are there for
the disabled people who will benefit from your proposed
activity.
• How you have used feedback and learning from projects
that have been delivered successfully in the past.
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1
Consultation and insight
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Clear who would benefit from the project
Understood what sporting activities would appeal
Addressed how barriers would be overcome
Explained information sources
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Funding would be used for initial consultation
No local evidence
Did not understand barriers or how to address these
No mention of good practice
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2
Delivery and impact
We need to know:
• How your proposals will address the needs of the disabled
people they are designed to benefit and the barriers they
face to participating in sport.
• How your proposals will enhance existing local provision,
potentially reaching new audiences.
• How many people you expect to take part in the project
and the types of environments in which it will take place.
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2
Delivery and impact
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• Clear vision of how the project would be delivered
• Provided detailed delivery plans (e.g. number of
sessions, resources required)
• Linked delivery plans to needs outlined in section
1
• Unrealistic estimates of impact
• Did not demonstrate additionality – no evidence the
project would enhance existing provision or reach a
new audience
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3
Partnership and feedback
We need to know:
• What consultation you have carried out with sports and
non-sports organisations.
• Who will be involved in supporting the delivery of this
project, either through strategic support or financial backing
- cash or in-kind.
• How you will share learning from your project to enable
successful approaches to be replicated.
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3
Partnership and feedback
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• Identified good range of partners
• Clear roles for each partner
• Demonstrated how monitoring and evaluation
would take place regularly
• Clear outcomes and feedback mechanisms
• Unclear who partners were or their roles
• Did not address how learning from the project would
be shared
• Had not adequately consulted or considered the
potential across both sport and non-sport partners
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4
Sustainability
We will fund projects for up to 3 years, but we need to know:
• How Inclusive Sport funding will create a sustainable local
community sports project after the funding is finished.
• How your project will lead to sustained participation in
regular sporting activity.
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4
Sustainability
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• Explained how the project would be sustainable
• Addressed the future role of partners
• Reasonable income and expenditure forecasts
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• Was unclear how the project would continue after the
end of Inclusive Sport funding
• No evidence of future income generation
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Round 1 experiences
[Here was shown a presentation from
a successful Inclusive Sport Round 1
applicant from the local area covering:
- Experience of application process
- Consultation undertaken
- Project offered
- Partnerships created as a result
- Thoughts around sustainability]
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How to apply
September
October 7th
Workshops held and prospectus
available
Online application process opens
Application deadline
5pm
December 2nd
February
2014
Notification of decisions
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Who makes the decisions?
Application deadline
5pm
December 2nd
• Sport England assess the applications
• Our Project Committee, under delegated authority from the
Sport England Main Board, will make funding decisions on
all applications received to the Inclusive Sport Fund.
February
2014
Notification of decisions
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Further support
• Telephone: 08458 508 508
– 8am-9pm Monday
– 8am-6pm Tuesday to Thursday
– 8am-5pm on Fridays
• Email: funding@sportengland.org
• Prospects and FAQ documents online at
www.sportengland.org/inclusivesport
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