Section 1.1.2: Influences on taking part.
RESOURCES: The availability, location and access to facilities will influence you in taking part. E.g. Wigan has DW stadium so more people play football and rugby.
CULTURE: Disability, age, gender and race all influence you in taking
SOCIOECONOMIC: Cost will influence you in taking part in sport. People are more likely to play football because it is
IMAGE: How good a sport looks may influence people into taking part. Media coverage also
HEALTH and WELLBEING: Having a health problem may prevent you doing certain sports e.g. Brittle bones - cant play contact sports. Asthma - cant do sports with a lot of running
Influences on taking part in sport
PEOPLE: You may inflube enced to take part bein sport cause of friends, family, teachers or role models
- school PE
- play sport at a club
- develop talent in a sport and compete
- reaching excellence in a sport. Representing, county or country
Sports participation pyramid
Initiatives to keep people involved in sport. Government - 2hrs of PE for every pupil PESSCL - school club links Sport England - Start, Stay, Succeed Youth Sports Trust - TOP LINK Active Kids Programme - vouchers for
INFLUENCES ON TAKING PART
HEALTH & WELLBEING
Opportunities to participate in a number of roles
Official These roles are available for people to get involved and remain in sport. For example if a player is too old to perform anymore they can still remain involved in sport through coaching. Eg. King Kenny!!! Initiatives to keep people involved: 1.Government Initatives 2.PE School Sport and Club Links (PESSCL) 3.School Sports Partnerships 4.Sport England 5.The Youth Sports Trust 6. Active Kids Programme.
Key terms and definitions EXCELLENCE
County, regional, National Squads
Concentrating on one sport with quality coaching.
Participate regularly in sport
Key terms: Influences Involvement Opportunities
Participants will be learning/ experiencing basic sporting skills
Schools sports partnerships PESSCL Sports participation pyramid Start, stay, succeed Youth Sports Trust EXAMINERS TIP REMEMBER IIO
QUESTION TIME 1. Explain how the range of roles available in physical activity should provide sufficient opportunity for all to become or remain involved in sport/ physical activity. In your answer you may consider: • the range of roles available to become, or remain, involved in physical activity • the personal qualities needed to fulfil the range of roles available in physical activity • how the range of roles provides opportunity for all to stay or become involved in physical activity. (6 Marks) 2. Chloe is a good all-round sports performer and could represent her school in many different sports. Evaluate the potential influence of different factors on Chloe’s choice of physical activities. (6 marks) 3. Draw the sports participation pyramid.
4.What is the Sport England initiative called?
5. Explain what PESSCL stands for and how it gets young people involved in sport? 6. Tom and Jack are taking GCSE PE because they enjoy all the activities. Since they were very young they have been influenced in the sports they like by others. Give 3 ways that they could have been influenced by people inot taking part in sport. (3 Marks)