1 Cambridge TECHNICALS LEVEL 3. SPORT AND. PHYSICAL. ACTIVITY. Unit 3 sports organisation and development DELIVERY GUIDE. Version 1. Cambridge TECHNICALS IN SPORT AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY. CONTENTS. Introduction 3. Related Activities 4. Key Terms 5. Misconceptions 8. Suggested Activities: Learning Outcome (LO1) 11. Learning Outcome (LO2) 14. Learning Outcome (LO3) 20. Learning Outcome (LO4) 25. LEVEL 3 UNIT 3. 2. Cambridge TECHNICALS IN SPORT AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY. INTRODUCTION. This Delivery Guide has been developed to provide practitioners with a variety of creative and practical ideas to support the delivery of this qualification. The Guide UNIT AIM. is a collection of lesson ideas with associated activities, which you may find helpful The organisation of SPORT in the UK can be quite complex with multiple agencies and as you plan your lessons.
2 Organisations, both inside of and outside of the UK, working together at different levels on different agendas. One of the key areas which most, if not all, of the organisations OCR has collaborated with current practitioners to ensure that the ideas put forward in involved in SPORT in the UK are concerned with is sports development and the increase this Delivery Guide are practical, realistic and dynamic. The Guide is structured by learning of participation in SPORT and physical activity, both to improve the health of the nation outcome so you can see how each activity helps you cover the requirements of this unit. but also to aid the development of elite athletes who can compete and achieve on an We appreciate that practitioners are knowledgeable in relation to what works for them international LEVEL .
3 And their learners. Therefore, the resources we have produced should not restrict or In this unit you will gain an understanding of the organisations involved in SPORT in the impact on practitioners' creativity to deliver excellent learning opportunities. UK, their roles and responsibilities and how they work together. You will also gain an Whether you are an experienced practitioner or new to the sector, we hope you find understanding of sports development, including the organisations involved, who sports something in this guide which will help you to deliver excellent learning opportunities. development is targeted at and why, how sports development is carried out and how the success of sports development initiatives can be measured.
4 If you have any feedback on this Delivery Guide or suggestions for other resources you would like OCR to develop, please email Unit 3 sports organisation and development OPPORTUNITIES FOR ENGLISH AND LO1 Understand how SPORT in the UK is organised MATHS SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AND WORK LO2 Understand sports development EXPERIENCE LO3 Understand how the impact of sports development can be measured We believe that being able to make good progress in English and maths is essential to LO4 Understand sports development in practice learners in both of these contexts and on a range of learning programmes. To help you enable your learners to progress in these subjects, we have signposted opportunities for To find out more about this qualification please go to: English and maths skills practice within this resource.
5 We have also identified any potential qualifications/vocational-education-and- skills/ Cambridge - TECHNICALS - SPORT -and- work experience opportunities within the activities. These suggestions are for guidance physical-activity- LEVEL -3-certificate-ex tended-certificate-foundation-diploma-di ploma- only. They are not designed to replace your own subject knowledge and expertise in 05826-05829-2016-suite/. deciding what is most appropriate for your learners. English Maths Work Please note The timings for the suggested activities in this Delivery Guide DO NOT relate to 2016 Suite the Guided Learning Hours (GLHs) for each unit. New suite for first teaching September 2016. Externally assessed content Assessment guidance can be found within the Unit document available from Eligible for Key Stage 5 performance points from 2018.
6 LEVEL 3 UNIT 3. Designed to meet the DfE technical guidance The latest version of this Delivery Guide can be downloaded from the OCR website. 3. Cambridge TECHNICALS IN SPORT AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY. RELATED ACTIVITIES. The Suggested Activities in this Delivery Guide listed below have also been related to other Cambridge TECHNICALS in SPORT and Physical Activity units/Learning Outcomes (LOs). This could help with delivery planning and enable learners to cover multiple parts of units. This unit (Unit 3) Title of suggested activity Other units/LOs LO1 The organisation of SPORT in the UK roles and Unit 3 sports organisation and LO2 Understand sports development responsibilities development The interactions between different organisations Unit 3 sports organisation and LO4 Understand sports development in practice involved in SPORT elite LEVEL development LO2 The purpose of sports development the benefits of Unit 3 sports organisation and LO4 Understand sports development in practice hosting the Olympics development Target groups the story of David Weir Unit 3 sports organisation and LO4 Understand sports development in practice development Unit 11 Physical activity for specific
7 LO1 Know about the provision of physical activity for specific groups groups LO2 Know the benefits of and barriers to participating in physical activity for specific groups LO3 Impact of sports development performance levels Unit 3 sports organisation and LO1 Understand how SPORT in the UK is organised development LO4 Understand sports development in practice Impact of sports development participation levels Unit 3 sports organisation and LO1 Understand how SPORT in the UK is organised development LO4 Understand sports development in practice Impact of sports development impact on society Unit 3 sports organisation and LO1 Understand how SPORT in the UK is organised development LO4 Understand sports development in practice Unit 20 SPORT and exercise sociology LO3 Understand issues in society that affect SPORT LO4 Know how SPORT and exercise can impact on society LO4 sports development initiatives 1 Million Kids Unit 3 sports organisation and LO1 Understand how SPORT in the UK is organised Challenge development sports development initiatives and events Unit 3 sports organisation and LO1 Understand how SPORT in the UK is organised development Unit 8 Organisation of sports events LO1 Know the different types of sports events and their purpose Advantages and disadvantages of sports Unit 3 sports organisation and LO3 Understand how the impact of sports
8 Development can be measured development hosting a major sporting event development Benefits of sports development the Mo Farah effect Unit 3 sports organisation and LO1 Understand how SPORT in the UK is organised development LO2 Understand sports development LO3 Understand how the impact of sports development can be measured Unit 20 SPORT and exercise sociology LO3 Understand issues in society that affect SPORT LO4 Know how SPORT and exercise can impact on society LEVEL 3 UNIT 3. 4. Cambridge TECHNICALS IN SPORT AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY. KEY TERMS. Explanations of the key terms used within this unit, in the context of this unit Key term Explanation Active People The Active People Survey is a telephone survey of SPORT and physical recreation, commissioned by SPORT England.
9 The survey aims to measure participation Survey levels in SPORT and physical recreation. It also provides details of how participation varies from place to place and between different groups within the UK. The information is then used to measure the impact of current initiatives and policies. It also helps to inform future SPORT and physical recreation initiatives and policies. British Olympic The British Olympic Association is the National Olympic Committee for the UK. It represents the Olympic movement and organises Team GB at the summer, Association (BOA) winter and youth Olympic Games. The organising of Team GB involves working with the NGBs of each SPORT to select the best athletes for the Games.
10 The BOA is independent and receives no funding from the government. All of its income comes from fundraising and events. Clubmark Is a cross SPORT accreditation scheme for community sports clubs, and is a SPORT England sports development initiative. In order for a club to receive Clubmark status it must fulfil specific criteria related to the quality of sports provision at the club. These criteria are then assessed by the SPORT 's NGB. Many sports have now developed their own versions of the Clubmark accreditation scheme. County sports There are 45 county sports partnerships (CSPs) covering England. They are networks of local agencies: partnerships Local authorities National governing bodies sports clubs: professional and community Education: schools, colleges and universities Health care.