Sports Organisations (sport england etc.)

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  • Sports Organisations
    • National Governing Bodies
      • What does it do?
        • Uphold the rules of the sport and punish those who break them
          • Punishments are normally given in the form of bans and fines.
        • Promote the sport to attract more players and spectators
        • Organising International competitions.
          • Such as the world cup or european chamionships
        • Running the national team
        • Organising sports competitions within the country.
          • Such as the Premier League.
      • Examples
        • Football Association
        • Rugby Union
        • England Netball
        • British Gymnastics
      • What is it?
        • An association who have the responsibility of managing their sport.
    • Youth Sport Trust
      • Who does it help?
        • It helps kids of all ages and abilities to get involved in sport.
        • Encourages teenagers to organise sports activitiees for younger children.
      • What does it do?
        • Provides equipment and learning resources to schools
          • To help kids develop sport related skills, along with  other skills such as leadership and teamwork.
            • Who does it help?
              • It helps kids of all ages and abilities to get involved in sport.
              • Encourages teenagers to organise sports activitiees for younger children.
        • Encourages kids to try new sports by putting a range of programmes together
      • What is it?
        • A charity that helps children to learn and develop throough PE.
      • Examples
        • Active Kids is a programme that involves people collecting vouchers from a well known supermarket.
          • The children can then donate them to their school so that the school can buy new sports equipment with the vouchers.
    • Kelly Holmes Legacy Trust
      • What does it do?
        • Groups of elite athletes visit schools and communities
          • This is done by inspiring and encouraging young people to take part in sport.
        • The organisation mentors and inspires young and disadvantaged people in order to get them more involved in physical activity
      • Who does it help?
        • It helps young and disadvantaged children to get involved in sport
          • This is done by inspiring and encouraging young people to take part in sport.
      • What is it?
        • An organisation set up by olympic athlete Dame Kelly Holmes
          • She decided she wanted to help young and disadvantaged children get involved in spot.
      • Examples
        • Get On Track
          • Lead by world class  athletes and is aimed at disadvantaged people between the ages of 16-25 years old.
          • The program helps young people realise the attitudes and behaviours they will need to make positive life choices.
        • National Citizens Trust
          • Supports young people from all backgrounds to work together, take on new challenges and make a difference in society.
          • The organisation is aimed at 16 ear olds and offers residential trips as well as self designed action projects
        • On Track To Achieve
          • This programme works with people still in school. This is done in a number of different ways:
            • It helps to develop positive attitudes towards learning
            • Develops management skills
            • Raise future goals and confidence
    • Sport England
      • What does it do?
        • Gives talented individuals opportunities to compete at a higher level.
        • Increases participation in order to improve the health of the nation.
        • Keeps people involved in sport through a successful network of clubs, facilities, coaches, opportunities etc.
      • What is it?
        • A government organisation which tries to get more people involved in sport
      • Who does it help?
        • It helps people of all ages get involved in sport.
        • It helps people from all types of backgrounds get involved in sport.
        • Tend to focus on priority groups.
          • Groups of people who are known to participate in less physical activity
            • E.g. Women
    • UK Sport
      • What does it do?
        • Applies to the NGBs to get sporting events held in the UK,
        • Promotes ethical behaviour and is in charge of the UK's anti-doping programme
        • Improves the UK's profile and influence at international level.
        • They give excellent support to the UK's top athletes.
      • Who does it help?
        • This helps the top athletes in the country to provide them the best opportunities within their sport.
      • What is it?
        • Used to be known as the Sports Council
        • Its job is to find and produce the top sports people.

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