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Evaluation of the New Opportunities for PE and Sport Initiative : annual report year two

By Mary Nevill, Len Almond, Kathleen Armour, Abigail Davies, Amanda Crompton, Simon Roberts, Barrie Houlihan, Iain Alastair Lindsey and Carolynne L.J. Mason


THis report is also available online at: New Opportunities for PE and Sport initiative (NOPES) is a £751 million\ud sports investment across the UK with intended key outcomes of: improving physical education and sport in schools ; higher standards across the whole school ; increased physical activity in the school age population and their communities ; improved collaboration co-operation and partnership between schools\ud and their communities ; promotion of social inclusion and ; innovation and best practice in the design and management of facilities.\ud Across the UK the programme is predominantly capital in nature, proving\ud funding for new sport facilities. However, in Scotland there is a revenue funded\ud Activities Programme which is split into two strands, Out of School Hours\ud Activities and Active Steps, which have their own particular key outcomes.\ud This report details the progress and findings of the evaluation of the NOPES\ud programme for the 12 month period from February 2004 to January 2005. The\ud evaluation is being conducted for the Big Lottery Fund by the Loughborough\ud Partnership, led by the Institute of Youth Sport

Publisher: © Loughborough University
Year: 2005
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