Extended Activities

Sports Unlimited Programmes

The Sports Unlimited programme will provide a range of attractive and sustainable opportunities in sporting activities for Young People from the ‘semi sporty population segment’ to take part in during term time. The work strand will implement precise plans targeting Young People that are generated by County Sports Partnerships (CSPs) working at a local level in partnership with School Sport Partnerships (SSPs).  

Plans will target Young People from across the segment and will include providing activities in areas of deprivation. The intention of the work strand is to link with partners from the wider ‘Young People agenda’ where effective partnership working will be important to help target and deliver in these areas.  

CSPs are accountable for the delivery of the work strand. Their major role will be to undertake a planning and implementation process that will lead to ‘joined up’ and integrated delivery for Young People across both sporting and wider ‘positive activities’ agendas. A critical role for CSPs will be to identify providers (including clubs) that offer high quality and sustainable activities for young people. There will be an emphasis on ensuring coaches selected by providers offer high quality and compelling activities to young people.  

The work strand will aim to get 900,000 Children and Young People taking part in attractive and sustainable sporting activities over the delivery period 2008 to 2011.   Communication between SSPs and CSPs will be vital in ensuring that plans for the Extending Activities Work strand are Children and Young People focused – i.e.providingaffordable, accessible, appropriate and attractiveactivities.   Plans will be very precise targeting identified groups of Young People following collaboration between the CSP, the SSP and other partners.    

In particular, intelligence provided by the ‘Partnership Evaluation and Priorities Documents’ generated by SSPs will be crucial in ensuring plans have Young People at their heart, are high quality and effective. This intelligence will enable plans to target specific young people by gender, attitude to sport and age enabling plans to be very local and very precise.

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