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40 minutes | Jun 30, 2021
Move More - A physical activity strategy for Sheffield
How do you write a physical activity strategy for an entire district? That's the question we posed two of the people involved in doing so for Sheffield, as the Move More physical activity strategy was refreshed in June 2021.Part one - 1:21Part two - 22:14GuestsTom Hughes, Development Manager (Sheffield) at Yorkshire Sport Foundation.Dr. Anna Lowe, Programme Manager, National Centre for Sport and Exercise Medicine (Sheffield).HostAndy Morgan, Media Manager at Yorkshire Sport Foundation.Find out more: movemoresheffield.com
34 minutes | Jun 16, 2021
Tackling inequalities - 2TshirtGang
We spoke to 2TshirtGang to discuss how they used money from the Tackling Inequalities Fund to support women to be active in Bradford during the Covid-19 pandemic.Part one:Anthony and Trinity from 2tshirtgang.Part two: 21:05Cleo and Daneka share their story.
33 minutes | Feb 10, 2021
How can the sport and activity sector contribute to race equality? | Part two
Part two: Sporting Equals CEO, Arun Kang OBE, is one of our guests as us as we ask how Yorkshire Sport Foundation and the wider sport and activity sector can contribute to race equality. We discuss intersectionality and our guests consider what progress they would like to have been made in twelve months time. Guests: Arun Kang OBE (Sporting Equals, Chief Executive), Jasneet Kaur (Sporting Equals, Marketing and Communications Manager), Nigel Harrison (Yorkshire Sport Foundation, CEO) and Tahir Akram (Yorkshire Sport Foundation, Development Officer).
43 minutes | Feb 8, 2021
How can the sport and activity sector contribute to race equality? | Part one
Part one: Sporting Equals CEO, Arun Kang OBE, is one of our guests as us as we ask how Yorkshire Sport Foundation and the wider sport and activity sector can contribute to race equality. We look at the response to the Black Lives Matters protests of summer 2020, and look at the Sporting Equals research into the use of the term BAME. This is the first of a two-part episode.Guests: Arun Kang OBE (Sporting Equals, Chief Executive), Jasneet Kaur (Sporting Equals, Marketing and Communications Manager), Nigel Harrison (Yorkshire Sport Foundation, CEO) and Tahir Akram (Yorkshire Sport Foundation, Development Officer).
51 minutes | Jan 20, 2021
Primary PE - Closing the gender sports gap in schools
We chat with Darton Primary School in Barnsley about how they have spent the last few years challenging stereotypes through sport and activity in their school. We're joined by Totally Runable, who have worked alongside them, on a project which contributed to winning the Innovation category at the South Yorkshire Primary PE and School Sport Premium Awards.Introduction3:55 – Getting started19:09 – Giving staff the confidence24:34 – Putting it into practice with pupils, staff and parents45:54 – Looking to the futureResourcesTotally Runable - https://www.totallyrunable.com/ Girls and sport pledge - https://www.totallyrunable.com/what-we-do/school-pe-and-sport/girls-and-sport-pledge-for-schools Darton Primary School - https://www.dartonprimary.com/ GuestsJo Lancett – Headteacher at Darton Primary SchoolKayleigh Fisher – PE Coordinator at Darton Primary SchoolNatalie Jackson – Co-founder and Director at Totally RunableJenny Meadows OLY – Director of Communications and Relations at Totally RunableHostAndy Morgan - Media Manager at Yorkshire Sport Foundation
60 minutes | Sep 22, 2020
Primary PE - Sue Wilkinson MBE, CEO of the Association for Physical Education
We’re joined by Sue Wilkinson MBE, CEO of the Association of Physical Education; and her colleague, Steve Caldecott, Head of Health and Safety. We discuss the impact of Covid-19 on the delivery of physical education in schools, and how PE can play even more of a crucial role in the wellbeing of pupils.Introduction4:01 – How has Covid-19 impacted on the delivery of PE?19:15 – The role of PE in supporting a balanced curriculum42:59 – Updates from the YSF PE and School Sport Team: PE Premium, PE conferences, Yorkshire Primary PE Awards, Daily Mile Destinations, and #ThisIsPE.ResourcesReactivating learning - https://www.afpe.org.uk/physical-education/wp-content/uploads/Reactivating-Learning-Obverse.pdf afPE Launch New 2020 Edition of ‘Safe Practice’ - https://www.afpe.org.uk/physical-education/afpe-launch-new-2020-edition-of-safe-practice/ GuestsSue Wilkinson MBE – Chief Executive at the Association for Physical EducationSteve Caldecott – Head of Health and Safety at the Association for Physical EducationAlex Ogden – PE and School Sport Lead at Yorkshire Sport FoundationCharlotte Ellis – PE and School Sport Development Officer at Yorkshire Sport FoundationDarren Huart – The Daily Mile Coordinator, Yorkshire Sport FoundationHostAndy Morgan - Media Manager at Yorkshire Sport Foundation
45 minutes | Mar 4, 2020
Punch Like a Girl
We chat about a project that has got more women coaching and participating in the traditionally male dominated world of boxing.Punch Like a Girl breaks new ground - https://www.englandboxing.org/news_articles/punch-like-a-girl-breaks-new-ground/GuestsDebra Cummins – Children and Young People lead at Yorkshire Sport FoundationAshleigh Hurrell – Club Support Officer at England BoxingDennis Robbins - CEO at The Hunslet ClubKellie - Coach at the Hunslet ClubHostAndy Morgan - Media Manager at Yorkshire Sport Foundation
46 minutes | Mar 2, 2020
PE, School Sport and Physical Activity - Spring 2020
The termly look at all things PE and School Sport in South Yorkshire and West Yorkshire.We talk about the Yorkshire Primary PE Sport Premium Awards, including hearing from one of the 2019 winners. We also turn the spotlight on the Active Lives Children and Young People results.Introduction – PE conferences and School Games8:55 – Dan Bright, PE Coordinator at Green Lane Primary Academy30:53 – How to get involved in the Yorkshire Primary PE Awards40:30 – How active are young people in England?GuestsCharlotte Ellis – PE and School Sport Development Officer at Yorkshire Sport FoundationDan Bright – PE Coordinator at Garforth Primary AcademyEmma Gooch – Data and Insight Manager at Yorkshire Sport FoundationHostAndy Morgan - Media Manager at Yorkshire Sport Foundation
46 minutes | Dec 3, 2019
Is mixed ability the future of grassroots sport provision?
Released on the International Day of People with Disabilities 2019, episode five asks if mixed ability is the future of grassroots provision. We’re in conversation with International Mixed Ability (IMAS) based in Bradford, to share how the mixed ability movement is progressing.Resources International Mixed Ability Sport websitehttp://www.mixedabilitysports.org/Evaluation of the Mixed Ability Sport Programme (as referenced in the episode)http://bit.ly/ImpactIMASIMAS YouTube channelhttp://bit.ly/YouTubeIMAS Further reading - Evaluating the impact of Mixed Ability Sporthttp://www.mixedabilitysports.org/evaluating-the-impacts-of-ma-sport/International Mixed Ability Rugby Tournament Cork 2020 - http://imartworldcup.org/ Bradford 2015 - http://www.mixedabilitysports.org/mixed-ability-rugby-world-tournament/ GuestsMark Goodwin – Director and Co-Founder of IMASWith over thirty years of contribution to service provision in the disability and autism sectors as a consultant and specialist tutor. Mark recognised the opportunity to combine the WEA/IMAS ‘Inclusion in Rugby’ and ‘Inclusion in Sports’ projects with a national training programme. Mark now works with a number of NGB’s and leads on the training and delivery of Mixed Ability Sports to grassroots clubs across England.Martino Corazza – Director and Co-founder of IMASPassionate about rugby and lifelong education. Player and qualified coach both in the UK and Italy, holds a MA in Disability Studies from the University of Leeds. Co-founder of Chivasso Rugby, first Italian Mixed Ability team, has been working for years in European projects aiming to develop international co-operation and social inclusion. Creator of the Mixed Ability Rugby World Tournament, now IMART, Martino oversees IMAS international expansion.Dr. Jen Dyer – University of LeedsDr. Jen Dyer is a Lecturer in Sustainability at the University of Leeds. She is interested in research which has real impact and which approaches issues holistically, taking into account many perspectives. She has been evaluating Mixed Ability sport for the past four years, using a range of methods such as interviews, focus groups and participant observation, as well as taking part in many of the sports herself. The research has taught her more about society than she could have ever have imagined!Host – Andy Morgan, Media Manager at Yorkshire Sport Foundation
40 minutes | Nov 13, 2019
PE, School Sport and Physical Activity - Autumn term part two
Episode four focusses on PE, school sport and physical activity, providing an update for those working in or with primary schools. Introduction 3:15 - Steve Caldecott – Head of Health and Safety for Association for Physical Education. As well as his role at AfPE, Steve is an independent Ofsted inspector. We speak to him about the new inspection framework and what schools can do to be prepared. 11:25 - PE and School Sport Premium Dan Wilson from YSF updates on the recent changes to the PE and School Sport Premium grant. 16:45 - Matt Carbutt – Principal at Orchard Primary Academy Matt reflects on how attending the Creating Active Schools conference has inspired him to put physically active learning at the heart of his school’s ethos. 30:23 - Reflections Dan Wilson reflects on Matt’s story and explains how the Creating Active Schools framework is being put into practice in the JUMP project in Bradford.37:40 - Noticeboard Dates for the diary and things to know. Resourceswww.yorkshiresport.org/PrimaryPE www.yorkshiresport.org/CreatingActiveSchools Primary PE and School Sport Premium - https://www.gov.uk/guidance/pe-and-sport-premium-for-primary-schools Association for Physical Education - http://www.afpe.org.uk/ Children and Young People Active Lives - https://www.sportengland.org/research/active-lives-survey/active-lives-children-and-young-people/ To opt-in to the survey contact Charlotte.Ellis@yorkshiresport.org The Daily Mile Destinations – www.yorkshiresport.org/TheDailyMile JU:MP project - https://joinusmoveplay.org/
36 minutes | Oct 22, 2019
Demonstrating impact - Sheffield United Community Foundation
We're joined by Chris Bailey, Head of Sheffield United Community Foundation, to discuss how better demonstrating their impact is making them a more efficient and focussed organisation.Sheffield United Community Foundation - http://www.sufc-community.com/ Yorkshire Sport Foundation and DataHub - www.yorkshiresport.org/Data4Global - https://4global.com/ DataHub - https://datahub.io/ A Lower Super Output Area (LSOA) is a small geographical area designed to improve the reporting of small area statistics in England. Within DataHub, LSOAs are used to show participation so that a better understanding can be gained as to where participants are coming from, being able to pinpoint a smaller area than ward level. Mosaic Segmentation: Generally breaks down areas into demographics, explaining the general income of households, number of children, age group and communication preferences. Host - Andy Morgan (Media Manager at YSF)Guests - Chris Bailey (Head of Sheffield United Community Foundation) and Emma Gooch (Data and Insight Manager at YSF).
81 minutes | Sep 30, 2019
Asset-based community development - The Active Burngreave model
Asset-based community development: The Active Burngreave approachKathryn Mudge and Safiya Saeed from Yorkshire Sport Foundation discuss the asset-based community development approach they have taken in the Burngreave area of Sheffield, using sport and physical activity to address challenges faced by the community.Welcome (0:01 – 1:30)Part 1 – What, where and why? (1:32)An introduction to asset-based community development and why Burngreave was chosen to pilot this approach.More on an asset-based approach - https://www.nurturedevelopment.org/Active Burngreave – https://www.yorkshiresport.org/ActiveBurngreave Part 2 – The plan (11:35)The foundations that were put in place to set the project up to be successful.The Active Burngreave model - http://bit.ly/AB_Approach Part 3 – Putting the plan into action (40:47)Part 4 – Evaluation and celebrating success (50:15)Nurture Development blog - http://bit.ly/AB_Pod_BlogPart 5 – What next? (1:08:10)Part 6 – Sahal’s story (1:16)Sahal’s story video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PcP7mQVY3jM
46 minutes | Sep 19, 2019
PE, School Sport and Physical Activity - Autumn term 2019
Healthy Schools - www.yorkshiresport.org/HealthySchoolsYorkshire Sport Foundation Primary PE and School Sport support - www.yorkshiresport.org/PrimaryPESchool sport and activity action plan - https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/school-sport-and-activity-action-plan#CreatingActiveSchools - www.yorkshiresport.org/CreatingActiveSchoolsTwitter accountsAssociation for Physical Education - @afPE_PEYouth Sport Trust - @YouthSportTrustDan Wilson - @TheDanWilsonYorkshire Sport Foundation - @YorkshireSport
1 minutes | Sep 19, 2019
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