June 21st 2021

Plenary - How Sport Can Transform The Lives of Young People Living In Underserved Communities Post Covid-19​

Presenters:
Kaci Leigh Emmonds, DAZL
Becca George, DAZL
Alison Garnham, Children’s Poverty Action Group
Mark Lawrie, StreetGames
Tim Hollingsworth, Sport England
Jo Nicholas, Sport Wales
Liam Jenkins, County in the Community​

Target Audience:
Partners and practitioners active or interested in sport and its role in enhancing the lives of young people, living in the UK’s poorest communities.

Recording:

Resources:
Alison Garnham, Children’s Poverty Action Group - Presentation
Jo Nicholas, Sport Wales - Presentation
Liam Jenkins, County in the Community​ - Presentation
Mark Lawrie, StreetGames - Presentation

Workshop 1 - Insight Workshop into Covid-19, Poverty and What it Means To Sport In Our Poorest Communities

This workshop is for practitioners who are interested in understanding COVID-19, the likely impact on the lives of people in our poorest communities, and what that could mean for sport in the future.

Presenters:
Clare Lane, National Director, (Wales) StreetGames
Paul Roberts, Director of Doorstep Sport, StreetGames

Recording:

Resources:
Paul Roberts, StreetGames - Presentation

Workshop 2 - In Conversation With… Doorstep Sport, activity habits and the future of participation for young people

A conversation with young people from across the UK who are engaged via Locally Trusted Organisations to talk about their lives and reflections from the last 18 months of sport.

Presenters:
Pre-recorded session hosted by Gabby Megson & Zikel Notice, former StreetGames Young Advisors

Target Audience:
Coaches, Volunteers, Policy Makers, Partners, Young People

Recording:

22nd June 2021

Plenary - Brighter Futures: Avoiding a lost generation

What do we know about the impact of the economy and the pandemic on young people? And what can we do to make the future brighter? Hear from some of the UK’s leading organisations in young people as well as young people themselves reflecting on the last 18 months and how they intend to shape their futures.

Presenters:
Ellie Kidd, Gold Young Ambassador for Aura Leisure & Libraries
Charlotte Jeffreys, Policy and Public Affairs Executive, Prince’s Trust
Kate Edwards, StreetGames Apprentice
​Ceris Anderson, Head of Knowledge & Insight, StreetGames

Target Audience:
Partners and practitioners active or interested in sport and its role in youth development.

Recording:

Resources:
Charlotte Jeffreys, Policy and Public Affairs Executive, Prince’s Trust - Presentation
​Ceris Anderson, Head of Knowledge & Insight, StreetGames - Presentation

Workshop 1 - In Conversation With… Brighter futures – avoiding a lost generation

A conversation with young people from across the UK who share their perspectives on training, working, and their futures.

Presenters:
Pre-recorded session hosted by Aladdin Benberna & Shannon Green, former StreetGames Young Advisors

Target Audience:
Coaches, Volunteers, Policy Makers, Partners, Young People

Recording:

23rd June 2021

Plenary - Poverty & Health "joining the dots”

Our expert speakers will provoke and inspire delegates with their thinking and evidence about why poverty and COVID are so bad for young people’s health and well-being, and what we can do about it.

Presenters:
Jane South, Leeds Beckett University
Emma Rigby, Chief Executive of the Association for Young People’s Health
Martina Kane, Health Foundation​

Target Audience:
Partners and practitioners active or interested in sport and its role in improving the health and well-being of young people and their communities.

Recording:

Resources:
Jane South, Leeds Beckett University - Presentation
Emma Rigby, Chief Executive of the Association for Young People’s Health - Presentation
Martina Kane, Health Foundation​ - Presentation

Workshop 1 - Social Prescribing - The in's and out's and the shake it all about's

Everyone is buzzing about social prescribing, but it’s all about adults. Or is it? Youth social prescribing is growing fast. This workshop will combine the evidence, the practice and the opportunities for you to get on board.​​

Presenters:
Delia Beck, Sport England
Dr Marcello Bertotti, University of East London
Dr Daniel Hayes, Anna Freud Centre
Dr Daisy Robinson, GP Partner, College Surgery in Devon

Target Audience:
LTOs, partners and stakeholders interested in finding out more

Recording:

Resources:
Delia Beck, Sport England - Presentation
Dr Marcello Bertotti, University of East London - Presentation
Dr Daniel Hayes, Anna Freud Centre - Presentation

Youth Social Prescribing in Practice - Document
A two-year evaluation of the Young People Social Prescribing (YPSP) pilot - Document

Workshop 2 - In Conversation....... With Health and Well-Being

Conversation with young people from across the UK who are engaged via Locally Trusted Organisations to talk about their experiences and reflections of health and well-being.​​

Presenters:
Pre-recorded session hosted by Hannah Winmill & Jason Elkaleh, former StreetGames Young Advisors

Target Audience:
LTO staff, stakeholders in the workforce and youth

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Workshop 3 - Building The Next Generation

Young people share their experiences of development and the difference it made to their lives – what they feel makes for success in supporting young people to achieve their potential and give back.​​

Presenters:
Graham Helm, StreetGames
Ceris Anderson, StreetGames
Ellie Bennett, StreetGames
A panel of young people

Target Audience:
LTO staff, stakeholders in the workforce and youth

Recording:

24th June 2021

Workshop 1 - Keeping Our Communities Active throughout the Pandemic

A conversation with young people from across the UK who share their perspectives on training, working, and their futures.

Presenters:
Leigh Williams, Family Engagement Project Manager, StreetGames

Target Audience:
This workshop is for practitioners who want to listen to Locally Trusted Organisations, from across the UK, on how they have responded/adapted to offer sport throughout the pandemic and what they have learned about their sporting offer.

Recording:

Resources:
Leigh Williams, Family Engagement Project Manager, StreetGames - Presentation

Workshop 2 - An Introduction to the Doorstep Sport Approach and Joining the StreetGames Network

Learn about the Doorstep Sport methodology, why it works and how to apply it and hear about how to join the movement.

Presenters:
Helen Crowley, StreetGames
Kelly Burdett, StreetGames

Target Audience:
Anyone who wants to learn more about the Doorstep Sport approach. Organisations that are new to SG who are interested in joining the Network

Recording:

Resources:
Kelly Burdett, StreetGames & Helen Crowley, StreetGames - Presentation

25th June 2021

Workshop 1 - Doorstep Sport Beyond the Pandemic

This workshop is for practitioners who would like to explore what difference the pandemic has made to the way we think about place, people, price, style and time when it comes to delivering effective community sport.
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Presenters:
Mark Oliver, North East Director, StreetGames

Target Audience:
LTOs, including practitioners and volunteers, plus stakeholders

Recording:

28th June 2021

Plenary - Fit and Fed, Addressing the Holiday Gap.

Our expert panel will be reflecting upon the situation in terms of how poverty affects children and families and the far-reaching impact of the pandemic on what was already a huge challenge for the UK 
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Presenters:
Helen Barnard – Director of Joseph Rowntree Foundation
Andrew Forsey – National Director of Feeding Britain
Greta Defeyter – Strategic Lead for Knowledge Exchange

Target Audience:
Partners and practitioners active or interested in how poverty affects children and families and what can be done to mitigate the impacts

Recording:

Resources:
Helen Barnard – Director of Joseph Rowntree Foundation - Presentation
Greta Defeyter – Strategic Lead for Knowledge Exchange - Presentation

Workshop 1 - The Fundamentals of Fit and Fed

An introduction to this innovative all- year-round programme tackling the triple inequalities of holiday hunger, inactivity and social isolation and the opportunity to hear learning from previous experiences of Fit & Fed. 
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Presenters:
Jane Shewring, StreetGames
John Downes, StreetGames

Target Audience:
LTOs new to Fit and Fed, LAs, NGBs, HAF co-ordinators

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Workshop 2 - Young People as Researchers

Evidence and examples of how to engage, support and empower young people to take active roles in research, allowing young people to have a voice that affects personal and organisational growth and development.

Presenters:
Claire Lane, StreetGames
Lucie Vickers, StreetGames
Katy Evans, NHS Wales​

Target Audience:
LTO staff, researchers 

Recording:

29th June 2021

Plenary - Community Safety-Sport, My Journey, My Choice

The Contribution of Sport on the Pathway for Vulnerable Young People to build a pro-social identity when preventing offending and reoffending​

Presenters:
Graham Helm, StreetGames
Mark Lawrie Chief Executive, Street Games
Neal Hazel, University of Salford
Keith Fraser, Chair of the Youth Justice Board for England and Wales
Clare Gollop, Director West Midlands VRU

Target Audience:
Partners and practitioners active or interested in the use of sport to prevent offending and reoffending.

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Workshop 1 - Who are the People in the ‘People, Place, Priority' Triangle?

In this session, we are looking to help LTO's understand routes to engage the right young people, explore who is having the conversations with them, and starting to tease out possible engagement into a sport-based offer.

Presenters:
Sergeant Paul Nolan, Greater Manchester Police - Referral routes
Dr Caron Walpole, Loughborough University - Sharing of learning/good practice from research pieces and interventions

Target Audience:
Partners and practitioners active or interested in the use of sport to prevent offending and reoffending.

Recording:

Resources:
Sergeant Paul Nolan, Greater Manchester Police - Presentation

Workshop 2 - The Right Projects in the Right Communities

This session would build on how the People, Place, Priority Triangle drives the needs and vulnerabilities table of the Theory of Change, which differentiates the offer.

Presenters:
Samantha Barton, StreetGames - Differentiating the offer Primary/Secondary/Tertiary provision
Mark Ellison, Manchester Metropolitan University - Designing evaluation in from the start – how you design outputs and outcomes from the Theory of Change

Target Audience:
Partners and practitioners active or interested in the use of sport to prevent offending and reoffending.

Recording:

Resources:
Samantha Barton, StreetGames - Presentation
Mark Ellison, Manchester Metropolitan University - Presentation

Workshop 3 - The Roundabout of Sport + Mentoring + Volunteering

This session provides an opportunity to hear case studies and discuss learning about the expediential benefit of the three core components of Sport, Mentoring and Volunteering, and explore how young people can engage at different points on this roundabout.

Presenters:
Liam Parker
Dwain Morgan, Argyle Community Trust
Gemma Price, Llanrumney Phoenix Boxing Club

Target Audience:
Partners and practitioners active or interested in the use of sport to prevent offending and reoffending.

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Workshop 4 - The Journey Continues

Short case study to bring together everything covered throughout the workshops, and demonstrating when it works and why it works.

Presenters:
Ruth Bradbrook, Developing Youth Practice

Target Audience:
Partners and practitioners active or interested in the use of sport to prevent offending and reoffending.

Recording:

30th June 2021

Workshop 1 - Hear My Voice: Diversity and Inclusion Through The Voices of Communities and Young People

The sessions will hear directly from community organisations and young people on how the last year has impacted them on issues of inequality. During the session, we will also explore how the sector can do more and share practical tips in order to drive equality at all levels to create a fairer society. StreetGames will also provide an update on their current EDI strategy and we will be joined by Sported who will share their “Tackling racism at the grassroots” report findings.

Presenters:
Halima Khan, Street Games

Target Audience:
Leadership and managers of Locally Trusted Organisations

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Workshop 2 - Fit and Fed Funding

This workshop gives the opportunity to hear from the CEO at the Wembley National Stadium Trust. Stewart will talk about the relationship with StreetGames, why the Wembley National Stadium Trust funded Fit & Fed and what tips they would give to organisations who are looking to apply to other funders, for Fit & Fed monies.

Presenters:
Stewart Goshawk, National Wembley Trust

Target Audience:
StreetGames network – staff or volunteers working on fundraising

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Workshop 3 - Writing a Fundraising Plan

This workshop will look at how to write a fundraising plan for a year, different income streams and putting SMART objectives in place for your fundraising.

Presenters:
Rachel Scott, StreetGames
Kevin Roberts, StreetGames

Target Audience:
Fundraiser/ manager in LTO

Recording:

1st July 2021

Workshop 1 - Fit and Fed Showcase and Sharing

Led by our Fit & Fed Leads in London and Wales, this session will provide the opportunity to hear from Locally Trusted Organisations who have been part of the delivery of Fit & Fed programmes over the last few years, a chance to hear about the challenges and successes they have had on the way.

Presenters:
Jack Barber, Community Development Manager for StreetGames in London and the South East.
Rachel Carter - Fit and Fed lead for StreetGames in Wales
Nalette Tucker - Sunnah Sports Academy Trust

Target Audience:
StreetGames network organisations who are new to Fit and Fed or looking to build their existing programmes

Recording:

Resources:
Jack Barber, StreetGames & Rachel Carter StreetGames - Presentation

Workshop 2 - Safeguarding: Staying Ahead and Practice Change

This workshop will look at the changes that are taking place within safeguarding, new changes to safeguarding standards and how we need to take a greater focus on our practice. How to be more proactive around safeguarding and how we challenge ourselves to look at safeguarding differently and the impact on delivery post-pandemic.

Presenters:
John Downes, Head of Safeguarding, StreetGames

Target Audience:
Management and leadership of LTOs

Recording:

Resources:
John Downes, Head of Safeguarding, StreetGames - Presentation

Workshop 3 - Loneliness and Young People – why are we not talking about it?

We can all feel lonely at different times for different reasons. Young people aged 16-25 are more lonely than any other age group. This workshop will cover the facts, the reasons, the stigma, the impact and the response. Let’s talk.

Presenters:
Dawn Mitchell, StreetGames​
Prof Pam Qualter, University of Manchester
Julie McCarthy, Greater Manchester Combined Authority 
Dr James Duggan, Manchester Metropolitan University 
Rod Kippen, 42nd Street

Target Audience:
LTOs, partners and stakeholders interested in finding out more

Recording:

2nd July 2021

Workshop 1 - Evidencing Impact

The session will aim to share best practice, learning & common challenges facing community organisations in terms of evidencing impact. Including practical information re: What data to collect and how
A selection of tools that can help, Case study examples and How best to use the data you collect.

Presenters:
Ceris Anderson, StreetGames
Kelly Smith, Insight and Engagement Officer, Sport for Development Coalition

Target Audience:
Leaders and managers of Locally Trusted Organisations

Recording:

Resources:
Ceris Anderson, StreetGames - Presentation

Workshop 2 - Sport for Mental Fitness – Prevention or Cure?

This workshop will give delegates an understanding of how sport contributes to positive mental health, whether that’s by building resilience against mental ill-health, intervening early at times of risk or responding to a diagnosis. Our expert speakers will discuss the ‘active ingredients’: physical activity, social bonding, goal setting, peer support and more.

Presenters:
Andy Smith, Edge Hill University
Graeme Law, York St John University
Craig Robson, Durham City Council
Professor Joan Duda, University of Birmingham

Target Audience:
LTOs, partners and stakeholders interested in finding out more

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Workshop 3 - Fit and Fed - The Future

A presentation about the new Fit and Fed Annual programme to support deliverers and potential partners of Fit and Fed

Presenters​:
Jane Shewring, StreetGames

Target Audience:
LTOs LAs, NGBs, HAF co-ordinators

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