Sport and Physical Activity Provision for Children and Young People
30 Jan 2013
This is a slide and audio broadcast

Headline Speakers

A one day audio broadcast conference with presentation slides for professional and specialist policy makers and managers in local authority college and leisure sports and physical activity provision.

The event will set out how school sport and local authority leisure and recreation services can respond to the restrictions on budget and the need to improve health and wellbeing in local populations. The conference will examine financial and service solutions, partnership and charging and funding sources to enable facilities to be made available. A strategy conference for managers and policy makers looking for practical solutions to sport and physical activity provision in their locality and prepare for changes in September 2013.

Programme
10:00
Richard Hunt, Head of Service Development (Culture, Sport and Communities), Suffolk County Council; Chair, Chief Cultural and Leisure Officers Association (CLOA)
Chair’s opening remarks

10:10
Richard Saunders, Chief Executive Officer and Chair, County Sports Partnership Network
Setting the scene: Collaborative working, as the way to deal with change

10:30
Geoff Thompson MBE, Executive Chairman, Youth Charter
Legacy – an inspirational opportunity for all?

10:50
Mike Diaper OBE, Executive Director, Community Sport, Sport England
Sport England 2012-17 Youth and Community Strategy – one year on

11:10
Questions and discussion
11:30
Break
12:00
Professor Mike Kelly, Director of the Centre of Public Health Excellence, NICE
Health and Wellbeing Board strategies: local councils and schools working together

12:10
John Mills, Coaching, Education and Development Director, British Cycling
Health and Wellbeing Board strategies: local councils and schools working together

12:20
Diana Shelton, Head of Leisure and Tourism, West Oxfordshire District Council
How closer partnership working between local authorities and the voluntary sectors benefits sports provision for young people

12:40
Grant Aitken, Managing Director, Active Newham
13:00
Questions and discussion: Session 2
13:15
Break
14:00
Warren Smyth, Chief Executive, Abbeycroft Leisure
Supporting and changing the culture of community use

14:15
Ron Skelton, Headteacher, Broadway School, Birmingham
A Headteacher’s perspective

14:25
Ron Skelton Headteacher, Broadway School, Birmingham
Film - as referenced at end of presentation

14:30
Panel discussion: Sharing and access
14:45
Sports Associations and Community Groups: Leveraging activity: Innovations panel
Chaired by Richard Hunt;
Andy Baker, Chief Executive, Trys Rugby
Alan Watkinson, Partnership Development Manager, Isleworth and Syon School Sports Partnership
Rachael Porsz, Community Tennis Project Manager, Lawn Tennis Association

15:15
Break
15:30
Seminar 1: Connecting sport and physical activity to health and wellbeing boards
How physical activity, PE and sport can deliver much needed education, health and employment gains for young people in the digital age;
Graham Morgan, Director, Evolve - a Social Impact Company

16:00
Seminar 1: Connecting sport and physical activity to health and wellbeing boards
How school sport and local authority leisure and recreation services can respond to the restrictions on budget and the need to improve health and wellbeing in local populations;
Sandra Pamplin, Hastings and Rother School Game Organiser, William Parker Sports College.