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A New Strategy for Sport: A Change of Approach

May 4, 2016 @ 8:30 am - 4:00 pm

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    Open Forum Events presents the conference A New Strategy for Sport: A Change of Approach which is a timely event to consider the future direction of sport in the UK.
    Britain has had a long and envious history in sport. Seen as the birthplace for the modern games of football, tennis, rugby golf and cricket, sport has always taken a strong position in society contributing to human and social development.Engaging in sport and physical activity offers a wealth of benefits; human, social and economic. Improvements in health and wellbeing, along with social and interpersonal developments can make significant impacts on the lives of individuals and the communities they live in.Modern life is constantly on the change and we adapt out daily lives and habits accordingly. The last strategy for sport was published in 2002 and now does not reflect the how, why and when we engage with sport.
    The government feel it’s time to produce a new strategy that marries with today’s society. The previous strategy focused on participation and consolidated those already involved with sport, encouraging them to play more in the traditional and established sports. Now we need to get more people engaged in sport, at all levels and in the many variations now available. These days a technological device is as much a part of the kit bag essentials as a pair of trainers and will play an ever increasing role in future sport development.
    Join us at A New Strategy for Sport: A Change of Approach where we will discuss the contribution that sport and physical activity has to offer individuals and communities. We are proud to introduce to you a programme of expert speakers who will discuss the importance of a sporting and active nation and how that can to be achieved. The new sport strategy will be analysed and assessed on its effectiveness on delivering more sports, to more people, more often. Success stories will be shared and examples of best practice will be showcased. This bespoke programme has been designed to give delegates maximum opportunity to question, express opinions and debate with the plenary speakers the future for sport, whilst ample networking time will allow for peer discussion and introductions.

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    There is overwhelming evidence on the positive impacts of engaging with sport and adopting an active lifestyle. The value sport can bring is wide reaching and positively affects many aspects of society such as; health, social integration, wellbeing, educational attainment, reoffending rates, skills and employability. The government believe that sport is ‘a powerful and positive thing’.
    Sport brings individuals and whole communities together but convincing the wider public to take advantages of the many benefits and become less sedentary can be a challenge.
    Prevention of long term conditions such as cardio vascular disease, diabetes, cancer, hypertension, obesity, and osteoporosis can be aided through exercise. Mental wellbeing can also be enhanced with studies showing therapeutic benefits on depression, self-confidence and self-esteem whilst there is mounting evidence that physical activity can reduce the risks of developing dementia, a condition that has been described as a ‘21st century plague’.

    Getting children involved at an early age and keeping them engaged as they move through adolescence into adulthood has to be a driver, ensuring that sport becomes ‘a habit of a life time’. Groups who traditionally have low levels of participation in physical activity and sport include older people, women and girls, people from black and minority ethnic (BME) communities, people with disabilities and people who live in socially or economically disadvantaged areas. Understanding the needs and interests of these groups and establishing relationships within organisations is vital to encourage and improve participation.

    Following on from the incredible success and resulting euphoria of London 2012; a time at which sport participation was thriving, numbers have since been declining. Although there are 1.4 million more people playing sport than before the successful Olympic bid, numbers are falling, particularly those playing regular sport. It is over 13 years since the government published the previous strategy for sport and the ‘when, how and why’ we play sport has changed significantly since that time. The advancements in digital technology and new sporting activities have challenged the traditional sporting establishment creating new opportunities and options.

    To reflect the habits and behaviours of today a new strategy for sport is needed. In August 2015 the government produced a consultation document which resulted in 3000 submissions from across the sporting community. The framework for the strategy, which has involved cross departmental collaboration, has 8 main themes:
    • Participation
    • Physical activity
    • Children and young people
    • Financial sustainability
    • Coaching, workforce and good governance
    • Elite and professional sport
    • Infrastructure
    • Fairness and equality
    • Safety and wellbeing
    • International influence and major events

    The way sport is to be funded in future is under scrutiny. There is a strong possibility that the national governing bodies may lose out with greater allocation of funds to programmes that are supporting community sport and participation. It appears that there is to be a shift in priority from high-level performance to greater participation. Sports Minister Tracey Crouch said: “Sport has such a positive impact on people’s lives and I want to embed participation into this nation’s DNA…I want to make sure that the sports sector gives everybody – no matter who they are and what their ability – the chance to take part.”
    At this conference, A New Strategy for Sport: A Change of Approach, the future of sport in the UK will be examined with particular focus on the government’s new strategy for sport. It is the ideal opportunity to bring together the leading authorities within the sporting arena to discuss, debate and digest the strategy. Examples of best practice will be showcased, opinions expressed and knowledge shared throughout the agenda of considerable content.

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    • Hear about the new strategy of sport.
    • Discover how its implementation will encourage greater involvement in all aspects of sport.
    • Explore how technology is changing the traditional concept of sport participation.
    • Find out why people should ‘get their kit on’.
    • Discover what the fundamental benefits are to individuals and communities
    • Listen to examples of best practice and success stories
    • How we engage with the hard to reach groups
    • Hear how sport can positively impact on disadvantaged groups and neighbourhoods
    • Benefit from the opportunity to question, discuss and debate the place of sport in today’s society
    • Take advantage of knowledge sharing and professional networking
    • Gain CPD credits
    • Build contacts
    • Gain invaluable insight and information to be shared amongst colleagues and peers

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    Amaven_Black_TransparentAmaven is an online platform that enables teachers, PE specialists and sports coaches to teach Physical Literacy, identify talented individuals and help them to develop a love of sport. Developed by experts from the education, sports and fitness industries, Amaven uses real data to create a Fitness DNA Record for each individual, making it easy to monitor progress over time and generate a personal video-based training plan based on actual ability.

    Amaven also upskills teachers and provides all the resources they need to assess children, deliver quality PE lessons, and provide personalised PE homework. Assessment data is used to evidence of the impact delivered by Sport Premium funding.



    Age UK

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    Age UK’s Health and Wellbeing team manage a number of different projects, focused on encouraging older people to be more active both for mental and physical health benefits. The projects currently sitting under the portfolio include 1-to-1 support and group activities for people with long term health conditions, offering adapted sport to people with disabilities, training volunteers to encourage historically harder to reach people to participate and making products and services more dementia friendly. Please come and visit our stand to find out what support we are offering to older people and the findings from our evaluation.

    The web link is http://www.ageuk.org.uk/health-wellbeing/fit-as-a-fiddle/

    Speaker Biographies

    Phil Veasey, Business Development and Marketing Director, Mytime Active


    Phil has a track record of creating and scaling high impact, sustainable strategies and programmes in local communities including:

    • Co writing the recommendations underpinning the implementation of the Morgan Stanley ‘Healthy Cities London’ programme launched in February 2015 – http://www.morganstanley.com/healthycities/london.html
    • The community sport element of the National School Sport Strategy, including ‘Sportivate’, for the Department of Culture, Media and Sport and the Department for Education, a £36m project that attracted 900,000 ‘unsporty’ young people into sport in a three-year period – and is now a major 2012 Olympic legacy programme
    • The National Mini Tennis Programme, for the Lawn Tennis Association (now the way children are introduced to the sport globally)

    Phil currently sits on the Public Health England National Child Measurement Programme Board, and the NHS England Healthy Communities Advisory Board.

    A thought leader who speaks regularly at conferences and events including BBC breakfast and the European Obesity Forums in 2014 and 2015. He was one of 32 experts in ‘workplace health and behaviour’ to contribute to the Bupa Global CMO network publication in 2015: ‘Making Work a Healthier Place’ – a series of thought leadership pieces on recommendations for sustainably improving workplace health – http://www.bupa.com/ourvision/tackling-the-toughest-challenges-in-healthcare/workplace-health/the-cmo-network/


    Andy Reed, Chair and co-founder, Sports Think Tank

    Andy_Reed_portraitAndy Reed is the Director of SajeImpact and the Sports Think Tank. Formerly the MP for Loughborough between 1997-2010. Andy has a strong association with Sport Policy having served as the Parliamentary Private Secretary to Sports Ministers and advisor to various Ministers and Sports bodies during his time in Westminster. He Chaired the Parliamentary Sports Caucus and was secretary of various All-Party Sports Groups. He introduced the 10 Minute Rule Bill paving the way for the Treasury CASC scheme for Community and Amateur Clubs & was responsible to the Prime Minister for the Labour Party 2010 sports manifesto.
    He was Chair of the Sport and Recreation Alliance from 2010 to 2016 – the umbrella body for the 320 National governing bodies and associations of sport. He leads on policy and the Health agenda for the Alliance now. He is still Chairing his local Leicestershire County Sports partnership after 10 years in the role. He also sits on the Boards of Special Olympics GB, British Basketball League Foundation and Sports Chaplaincy UK. He is a Member of the RFU Rugby World Cup Legacy Group for his region.
    In 2011 he established with other colleagues,the independent Sports Think Tank (www.sportsthinktank.com) to enable the sports sector to have its own policy and evidence based Think Tank space in Westminster and Whitehall.
    In 2015 he joined the Board of the Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity (CIMSPA)
    Outside of sport Andy also serves on the Board of the biggest Children’s international development agency – Worldvision UK.
    In 2012 Andy was awarded the OBE for services to Sport and the Community in Leicestershire, after Chairing the 2012 Olympic Leicestershire Legacy Group.
    In 2012 he helped launch the new International Sports Management MBA at Loughborough University Business school and teaches around the world on Sport Policy and development. He was made a visiting professor of Sport Policy and Development in 2014 at Liverpool John Moores University. He also advises the new Institute for Sports Business based at the Loughborough University in London campus on the Olympic park.
    His company SajeImpact has helped a variety of sports bodies and brands to communicate their messages to policy makers, having worked with sports charities like Sports Leaders UK, the YST as well as with leading brands like Nike on their Designed to Move Campaign. Other clients have included the ASA, Sporting Equals, Sports Aid, Sports Coach UK, the LTA, the RFU and London Sport.
    Andy believes sport can be used for social transofrmation and works with a wide range of sports foundations and charities – School of Hard Knocks, Leicester Tigers Foundation, British Asian Rugby Association, Asian Sports Foundation.
    Andy supports a number of sport start-up sport and fitness Tech companies and works to encourage new social enterprises in sport. He works with Loughborough University Physical Activity & Public Health Research Group, based in the School of Sport, Exercise, and Health sciences.
    Andy always had a passion for economic development and regeneration and joined the Leicester and Leicestershire Enterprise Partnership in 2015 to promote the economic impact of sport and to widen the understanding of the health and wellbing agenda and it economic impact on the economy.
    In 2015 Andy launched the campaign for a Sport Impact Fund www.sportimpactfund.com to widen the availability of new financing for the sport sector.
    He still regularly plays rugby for Birstall RFC and the Commons & Lords XV where he has been Club President and now Hon Vice President. He advises Leicester Tigers Foundation and the British Asian Rugby Association.

    Steve Parry, Olympic Bronze Medallist and BBC Sport Presenter

    Steve_parry_portraitAs one of Britain’s greatest ever swimmers, Steve retired at the top of his game after winning an Olympic Bronze Medal in 2004. He was the inspirational captain of his country who never failed to deliver when it mattered most.
    Following his retirement, Steve created Total Swimming, revolutionising swimming across the UK through the nation’s first temporary pool programmes. Winner of the Big Society Award and European Sponsorship best community programme ‘British Gas Pools 4 Schools’ initiative taught 60,000 children to swim in some of Britain’s most deprived areas and, in 2015, culminated in the first British sub £1m 25m swimming pool located in Radcliffe, Greater Manchester.
    Steve is also co-founder and director of two Olympian-led organisations, Total Gymnastics Academies with Beth Tweddle MBE, and Becky Adlington’s Swim Stars. Across Steve’s portfolio of sports organisations, some 15,000 young children a week are taught swimming and gymnastics across the UK. When talking Olympic legacy, few sporting greats can match the achievements of Steve since his Athens success in the pool.
    In addition to his business interests, Steve is one of the BBC’s most popular sports pundits, presenting BBC Five Live’s swimming coverage in all the major events, as well as numerous appearances on the coveted Question of Sport stage.
    Steve’s greatest challenge came when he was diagnosed with cancer in 2009, only 4 weeks after getting married. After treatment, Steve is now 6 years cancer free. If owning and directing businesses wasn’t enough, Steve is proud to be Ambassador for both Cancer Research UK and the Royal Life Saving Society.
    As an inspirational speaker, Steve is ideal to convey a message about overcoming adversity, implementing a vision, how to turn failure into success and embracing change. Steve talks openly about his experiences of fighting cancer, building a business and the attributes athletes need to be world class. Steve is a fantastic motivator and highly entertaining speaker, who clearly articulates the need for teamwork, a positive mindset and taking individual responsibility to ensure you get the desired outcome.
    ”Our business message was landed with a light touch, in an entertaining way which has resulted in it being memorable for all. Above all, Steve’s energy and passion are what made the session great for us. I have had 100% positive feedback from the team.” Heineken UK

    Professor Kate Ardern, Director of Public Health, Wigan Council

    Kate_Ardern_portraitKate attended Manchester High School and read Medicine at Manchester University. She was awarded the RCGP Professor Patrick Byrne Prize for General Practice. Kate has an MSc in Epidemiology and Health and Membership of the Faculty of Public Health. She was awarded Fellowship of the Faculty of Public Health 2006. In addition to her honorary Professorship at Salford University, Kate is also a Visiting Senior Lecturer at Manchester Metropolitan University. Kate is also Lead Director of Public Health for the Association of Greater Manchester Authorities for Health Protection and Emergency Planning & Response, in addition to her substantive post as Director of Public Health for Wigan. She is currently also lead DPH for the Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Devolution early implementer priorities of alcohol harm reduction and public protection transformation, including the development of a multi-agency antimicrobial resistance programme for the conurbation.

    Mike Leaf, Adviser, Amaven

    Mike_leaf_portraitMike has over 30 years’ experience of working within the NHS, Local Government and private sector. He has worked as an Executive Director of Public Health within the NHS and Director of Health Improvement within local government. Throughout his career, he has maintained both a professional and personal interest in sport and physical activity and Chairs the Lancashire Sports Partnership.

    His NHS career started in 1986 following his graduation in PE and Maths at Chester Teacher Training College of Higher Education, and completed an MSc in Health Policy and Organisation from Nottingham University in 1998.

    Mike has a wealth of experience in change management, and individual and team development, together with a personal and professional interest in disease prevention, health improvement and behaviour change.

    He is an experienced Executive Coach and launched his own Coaching business in April 2016, having previously coached numerous senior leaders and professionals in the NHS, local government and private sector.

    Chris Grant, CEO, Sported

    Chris_Grant_portraitChris is CEO of Sported, a charity which serves more than 3000 clubs and groups across the UK, delivering sport and activity to help young people break through disadvantage. Chris was Deputy Chair of International Inspiration, the groundbreaking Olympic & Paralympic International Development Programme. He sits on the Board of the Youth Sport Trust, and is a founder of the FRE Flyers multisports club on the Olympic Park.

    Following early roles in Parliament and Higher Education, Chris worked for more than 20 years in the fields of organisation development, group facilitation, mediation, leadership development and change management across a wide range of sectors and organisations. He remains lead facilitator on UK Sport’s Elite Programme for top coaches in the World Class Performance System.

    Chris chaired the Board of the UK Chip & PIN Programme, involving a broad range of stakeholders. He hosted the global Beyond Sport Summit & Awards in 2012, 2013 and 2015, and chaired the judging of the BT Sports Industry Awards in 2014 and 2015.

    Chris lives in Greenwich (UK) and Nijmegen (Netherlands). He and his wife Lenneke have 3 girls and a boy (or more accurately 3 young women and 1 young man) between them. His Dutch is improving (slowly), and he also speaks fairly fluent French. He is addicted to indoor rowing.

    Jane Ashworth OBE, Chief Executive Officer, StreetGames UK

    Jane Ashworth - StreetGames CEO

    Jane Ashworth – StreetGames CEO

    Jane Ashworth OBE is Chief Executive Officer of national sports charity, StreetGames.
    StreetGames is a national partner of Sport England and works to develop sport in disadvantaged communities to make sport accessible to all young people, regardless of their income or social circumstance. The charity participated in the consultation process for the new Government strategy, and was used as an example of an organisation successfully using sport for social good.
    Working in close cooperation with the Board of Trustees, Jane guides StreetGames in delivering the benefits of sport to disadvantaged communities.
    Prior to co-founding StreetGames, Jane worked at Sport England for ten years, the Community Strategy Units of Salford and Newcastle City Councils, the Youth and Community Service in Kirby and the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister on government policy to bring together sport with regeneration policy.
    Jane was awarded the OBE for services to community sport in HM The Queen’s Birthday Honours List in June 2011.

    Sean Smith, Project Manager – Inspire & Include, AgeUK

    Sean_Smith_portraitSean has worked in the Health and Wellbeing Team at Age UK since June 2015 and has managed the Inspire & Include project. He has also led on the development of new programmes using the learning from Inspire & Include.

    Sean has also been managing an inter-generational project funded by the British Olympic Association and British Paralympic Association to work with schools to support more older people to become more active.

    More recently, Sean has been working on a project to enhance the segmentation work on the older population and mapping behaviour change techniques for those groups.

    Sean previously worked as part of the FA’s Children and Young People Team for 6 years as National Development Manager at the ISFA. He also sits on the Executive Committee of the Amateur Football Combination and volunteers at his local parkrun.

    Barry Horne, Chief Executive, English Federation of Disability Sport

    Barry_Horne_portraitBarry Horne was appointed as Chief Executive of the English Federation of Disability Sport in May 2010. EFDS is the leading charity promoting and enabling more disabled people to become active in sport across England and has the simple vision: “Disabled People are active for life”. Barry’s former role was as a Corporate Director in a large City Council but he has worked in a range of roles including as Chief Executive of the East Midlands Regional Assembly and Regional Local Government Association.

    His early career was in the community and voluntary sector and he is delighted to be heading up a National charity with such a vital role to play. Barry is a passionate advocate for the powerful role which sport and physical activity can play in improving disabled people’s lives and changing attitudes in society.

    Barry is a keen and regular tennis player and cyclist.

    Mark Hardie, CEO, Access Sport

    • CEO Access Sport from 2010
    • Project Leader, Access Sport 2008-2010
    • Member of Sport for Development Coalition Interim Leadership Group 2015 – present
    • Lawyer specialising in criminal defence and human rights 1992-2007
    • Represented Scotland in Commonwealth Games, athletics




    Joe McTague, BMX Legacy Programme Leader, Access Sport


    • BMX Legacy Programme Leader, Access Sport 2014 – present
    • Project Leader, Access Sport 2011-14
    • Researcher at Sportcal – leaders in sports business news, data, analysis and insight
    • International Platform or Sport and Development in Switzerland
    • University of Leeds, Politics





    Dean Horridge, Chairman, UKACTIVE KIDS



    Dean Horridge, Founder of Fit For Sport and Chair of ukactive kids, has 28 years’ experience working with children, families and communities across a range of sectors, including education, leisure and health & fitness. A firm believer that the journey to an active life begins with children, Fit For Sport now employs over 450 staff, caters for over 250,000 children through schools services, and engages over one million children through free school and family initiatives. Fit For Sport also trains 23% of the UK’s activity leaders.

    See more at: @DeanHorridge


    Bryn Price, Director, Safer Kent

    Bryn_price_portraitBryn Price is the Director of Safer Kent, a Community Safety Charity and a keen endurance sportsman, with over 60 marathons and numerous other triathlon, kayaking and swimming events already crossed off his bucket list.
    With this history, and a commitment to helping people develop themselves, he has steered the establishment of 14 “Youth Inclusion Programmes” in Kent and Medway. All of them are based on the same fundamental principles:
    All youngsters are referred to the programmes
    All programmes are based on a structured plan that includes self-discipline, team work and communications.
    All costs are funded and kit is issued to ensure all can join in the common identity, without fear of looking different.

    Using this template the programmes have achieved some remarkable results, including the closure of a “Poor Behaviour Unit” at one of the schools, as there were no longer any candidates for it, Numerous local and some national awards for the impact projects have made.

    In his career Bryn has held the post of Partnership & Income Generation Manager with Kent Police and also was the Joint Programme Director for the Police & Fire Service Management Master’s Degree programme at Canterbury Christ Church University.

    Josie Stevens, Campaign Manager, This Girl Can, Sport England

    Josie_stevens_portraitJosie Stevens is an independent consultant with over 20 years’ experience in sport & entertainment marketing both in-house and in agency in the UK and overseas. She has held senior positions including Director of Global Communications for adidas Group’s Reebok brand; Board Director, Sports Marketing & Sponsorship at Hill & Knowlton; and has lived and worked in South Africa, the Middle East and the USA. She specializes in strategic communications and campaign leadership for organisations looking to brand-build using sport as a marketing platform. Her clients include sports governing bodies, major international events organizers and she has worked with brands on every FIFA World Cup and Olympic games since 1998.

    Josie is Sport England’s Campaign Manager for the multi-award winning behavior change campaign, This Girl Can.

    David Pilkington, Project Manager at ACCENTS team Poplar HARCA

    David_pilkington_portraitDave has over 20 years experience working with traditionally hard to reach Communities mainly in Tower Hamlets, East London. After working for many years in Youth work he took a brief Hiatus and moved to South Africa for three years developing Food security projects in Townships around Durban. His most recent role has seen him start to look at ways to tackle the high levels of inactivity in the community of Poplar where he lives and works. Recognising that people who don’t engage in an active lifestyle face many barriers he is constantly looking at different ways to overcome these. He is passionate about developing community and believes that to sustain higher levels of activity amongst more deprived communities there needs to be a more communal approach.


    Dr Edwina Brocklesby, Director, Silverfit

    Eddie_brocklesby_portraitMother of three, grandmother of four, social worker for 50 years – Edwina Brocklesby gained her PhD in 2007. Although it related to adoption and contact with birth parents, it instilled a commitment to research – linked now to physical activity and our ageing population

    After an un-sporty youth she only started running at the age of 50 yrs, first marathon at 53yrs, London triathlon at 58 yrs. She became a world champion age group duathlon champion in 2003. In 2014 and 2015 (at 72 yrs) became the oldest British woman to complete Iron-distance triathlon.

    Eddie helped to found Silverfit in 2013 a small charity promoting lifelong fitness and fun, raising awareness of the benefits of physical activity and social inclusion for the over 50s. Data analysis is revealing great outcomes: – high retention rates and reduced demands on the NHS and social care. Silverfit is helping inactive older people to live life to the full, independently and happily and has expanded rapidly, providing weekly opportunities for physical activity in ten varied locations across London. Using volunteer Silverfit Ambassadors and skilled instructors, Silver Days offer a choice of activities according to venue.

    Arun Kang, CEO, Sporting Equals

    Arun_Kang_portraitv2Arun Kang is Chief Executive of Sporting Equals, an organisation working across the UK with a network of over 5000 sports clubs and community organisations and 150 ethnic media outlets.
    Arun is widely recognised as a leading authority on equality, diversity and inclusion in sport and secured his status having graduated with a Masters in Promoting Equality and Managing Diversity. Arun has pioneered the ‘Inclusive Club’ model which makes the business case for inclusion for professional sports clubs. He is the founder of the British Ethnic Diversity Sports Awards (BEDSAs) and lead member for sport for the World Entrepreneurship Forum.
    Arun chairs the Public Health England National Physical Activity Implementation Framework, is a visiting lecturer for the University of Birmingham, a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and a Mentor for the European Social Innovation Academy. He began his career in the media, working as a producer for the BBC.
    Sporting Equals key clients include Equality and Human Rights Commission, Liverpool FC, Glasgow Life, the Lord’s Taverner’s, Age UK, and the Tennis Foundation.

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