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  • Created 2 years ago

    Schools by Type (Borough Level)

    London Sport
    This dataset presents GLA data for 2011-2016. Data is broken down by:  - Nursery  - State Funded Primary - State Funded Secondary - Special Educational Needs Schools - Pupil Referrel Units - Independent
  • Updated 2 years ago

    Borough Physical Activity and Sport Profiles

    London Sport
    In consultation with Local Authorities, London Sport has prepared 33 'Physical Activity and Sport Borough Profiles' and a London wide profile to be used by partners to understand trends affecting behaviour at a local level, and to identify opportunities and target groups/areas for evidence-based interventions.  The profiles contain borough level data on demographics, physical activity and sport participation, health, education, funding...
  • Created 2 years ago

    Guide to Research

    London Sport
    Sport England has worked with research agency 2CV to create a guide that will assist in producing high quality research and help to understand the customer. Historic assumptions can stop the sport and physical activity sector from engaging with those outside our traditional strongholds. However, it is now essential that organisations appeal to new audiences to successfully deliver Sport England's 'Towards an Active Nation' strategy. The...
  • Created 2 years ago

    The Global Matrix 2.0 on Physical Activity for Children and Youth

    London Sport
    The Active Healthy Kids Global Alliance organized the concurrent preparation of Report Cards on the physical activity of children and youth in 38 countries from 6 continents (representing 60% of the world’s population). Nine common indicators were used (Overall Physical Activity, Organized Sport Participation, Active Play, Active Transportation, Sedentary Behavior, Family and Peers, School, Community and the Built Environment, and Gover...
  • Created 3 years ago

    Coaching the Dads - Understanding What Fathering Through Sport Can Mean for Coaches

    London Sport
    Most coaches have strategies for working with young players’ parents, however, cultural changes in the new millenium have led to an increase in fathering through sport. This research helps coaches understand the implications of fathers who use their child's sporting experience as a mechanism for fulfilling their parenting duties, on their own coaching experiences and their participants' experience. The document discusses potential cours...
  • Created 3 years ago

    Increasing Young People's Motivation to Play Through Coaching

    London Sport
    Fun is a key motivator for young people who play sport, but they are also looking for sporting experiences that connect with their social lives. New research illustrates how fun and positive peer relationships are interrelated, and essential in ensuring young people continue to participate in sport. With these two factors in mind, this research summary provides a series of strategies for youth sport coaches to consider using in their co...
  • Created 3 years ago

    Evidence on Physical Education and Sport in Schools

    London Sport
    This document reports domestic and international evidence on physical education (PE) and sport in primary and secondary schools. Statistics are taken from the PE and Sport Survey commissioned by the Department for Education and the Department of Culture, Media and Sport's Taking Part survey. The report explores the following topics: - Participation in PE and out of hours sport; - Participation in PE and sport by pupil characteristics;...
  • Created 3 years ago

    Communication Preferences and Styles

    London Sport
    Communication is more than just what is said. It is a mixture of verbal and non-verbal messages that can change depending on individual preferences or the circumstances. As a coach, understanding your own style and the preferences of your athletes can make a real difference to your coaching effectiveness. This summary looks at new research with coaches and athletes to show how communication can vary by coach, gender of athlete and type ...
  • Created 3 years ago

    Intervention Tone and Coach-Athlete Relations

    London Sport
    This report explores how players react to coaching behaviours, observing the intention tone of the coach. After categporising players into improvement bands, researchers observed autonomy support, evaluation climate and personal rapport using audio and video data. This evidenced that coaches take different tones with different groups of players, with higher achieving players experiencing higher levels of rapport. Although lower ability ...
  • Created 3 years ago

    Active Together

    London Sport
    The 2013 Disabled People's Lifestyle Report made it apparent that disabled people would prefer to take part in an inclusive setting, rather than specialist disability sessions. The EFDS have identified that providers lack confidence to deliver to disabled people because of limited understanding of needs and abilities. This document provides insight into groups who already offer inclusive opportunities, offering advice and guidance to ot...