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  • Updated 3 years ago

    The challenge of growing youth participation in sport

    London Sport
    Sport England presentation that provides insight into understanding young people (14-25) via the context of their environment and their attitudes and behaviours and, how that impacts on their motivations and relationships with sport. It further outlines key information on how to engage, deliver to and retain young people in sport with case studies of successful activites.
  • Updated 3 years ago

    Go Where Women Are

    London Sport
    A 50 page insight document exploring our current understanding of women and how to close the gender gap in sport. The report details 7 key principles that need to be kept in mind when delivering exercise to this target group. It then details the main barriers, motivations and triggers that need to be covered in order to understand and engage with this audience. The report offers practical advice as to what to do, say and how to evoke an...
  • Updated 3 years ago

    A Guide to Active People Interactive

    London Sport
    Provides guidance an support on the physical activty measures introduced to the APS tool in October 2015
  • Updated 3 years ago

    Satellite Club Evaluation Interim Report 2 - Substance

    London Sport
    A Sport England report outlining the findings from the first survey of participants of satellite clubs (conducted between January and March 2015). This report focuses on the profile of young people attending clubs, their motivations for attending and the material and attitudinal outcomes they are beginning to experience. Results suggest that less active participants attend because they were looking for affordable, convenient provision t...
  • Updated 3 years ago

    The Class of 2035: Promoting a brighter and more active future for the youth of tomorrow.

    London Sport
    This report presetns four opposing visions of what the Class of 2035 might look like based on current long term trends and drivers. It highlights that although sport and physical activity are extremely attractive to young people, PE lessons in school, for many, represent the extent of physical activity. And, whilst there is no singular sporting context for children, practitioners must be warned against drawing a simple distinction betwe...
  • Updated 3 years ago

    What sways women to play sport?

    London Sport
    The research took place between November and December 2014. Research sample: girls and women aged 11 to 57 years-old, with different sporting interests and at different life stages. Women’s participation is influenced in a multitude of ways: positively and negatively, directly and indirectly, externally and internally and intentionally and unknowingly. By only focusing on ‘role models’ rather than ‘influencers’, there is the potential t...
  • Updated 3 years ago

    Basketball England Review of Satellite Clubs (14/15)

    London Sport
    An infographic based insight review of basketball satellite clubs across England. Includes statistics on participants, coaches, sessions and training and development.
  • Updated 3 years ago

    Sports Participation Changes in London Following London 2012 with National and International Comparisons

    London Sport
    This report examines the impact of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games on grassroots sports participation in London and compares London's participation with England, other English cities and other countries in Europe. Uses Sport England APS data 1x30 and 3x30 minutes data as a benchmark. Findings indicate that participation did increase in the year of the Olympics across both able-bodied and disability sports, but especially...
  • Updated 3 years ago

    EMD Insight National Survey Infographic

    London Sport
    Infographic showing the results of the 2015 Exercise, Move, Dance survey conducted by YouGov. Includes key statistics on participation in dance and the benefits it can have on individuals.
  • Updated 3 years ago

    Generation Inactive

    London Sport
    A study of inactivity levels in school children, which suggest that the current generation is the least active generation in history. It highlights the benefits of children being active and how little understanding we have of the current scale of inactivity. Key results: 1. 10% of schools use indirect measures 2. 1% of schools formally measure physical literacy 3. 91% of schools track time spent in PE lessons 4. 54% of schools monit...