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Appendices Other Initiatives With Parallel Aims to DPYPS TOPS Shetland Islands receive TOP funding - Tuesday 7 October 2003 (sportscotland Press release) The sportscotland Lottery Fund is delighted to announce funding of £45,850 to Shetland Islands Council to introduce the TOP Sport and TOP Play programmes into schools across the islands. With the continuing concern over the nation’s health, this scheme aims to assist primary schools and community organisations to increase the physical activity and skill levels of young people and encourage their involvement in sport. It also supports teachers in further developing physical education programmes.
28 local authorities are now delivering this scheme in over 1,000 primary schools with children benefiting from this fun and innovative approach to quality PE and sport.
Originally developed by the UK-wide charity, the Youth Sport Trust, the TOP programmes consist of two elements. TOP Play introduces young children (4 to 9 years) to the essential core skills such as throwing and catching, running and jumping;
while TOP Sport helps to develop the skills of 7 to 12 year olds in specific sports.
Primary school teachers and other community leaders will be provided with training, resource cards and child-friendly, multi-coloured equipment to allow them to deliver the two elements.
This award will complement existing PE provision in the 34 primary and nine secondary schools across Shetland. The programme will be delivered via a working partnership between the Sports Development Officer, School Sports Co-ordinator and Active Primary Schools Co-ordinator, along with twelve trainers, who will provide twilight sessions and in service-training for teachers and members of the community. Shetland Islands Council hopes to provide additional opportunities for all young people to enjoy physical activity especially in more rural areas.
Bill Manson, spokesperson for Education and Children and Young People said: “In an increasingly sedentary world we must encourage our young people to lead an active healthy lifestyle and we recognise the valuable contribution the TOP Play and TOP Sport programmes can make.” Benny Lawrie, National Development Officer for the Youth Sport Trust, added: “It is exciting to see the TOP Programmes continue to expand across the country. Now in over 1,000 primary schools across Scotland, both initiatives continue to support and encourage children to take part in a variety of play and sports activities.” Alastair Dempster, Chairman of sportscotland, said: “Children have a natural enthusiasm for physical activity and by introducing them to fun sporting activities through our Active Schools Programme, we hope to build on that interest resulting in continued participation through adolescence into adulthood.
“We are concerned with the issues surrounding the nation’s health. Through a partnership approach with local authorities such as Shetland Islands Council, we are working towards tackling some of these problems by offering the resources and training to enable more people to become more active, more often.”
• The Active Schools Programme is made up of four strands: School Sport Coordinators; Active Primary School Co-ordinators; TOP Programmes and New Opportunities Fund Out of School Hours Learning School Sports Co-ordinators Programme.
• The TOP programmes (TOP Play and TOP Sport) have been developed by the UK-wide charity the Youth Sport Trust. Schools involved in the programme receive a pack of resource cards and sports equipment suitable for primary schools, supported by a training package for primary teachers and community deliverers.
• TOP Play is aimed at children aged four - nine years and TOP Sport is focused
on ages seven - eleven years. The programmes target 11 specific sports:
basketball, cricket, hockey, shinty, netball, rugby, tennis, badminton, table tennis squash, athletics.
• The Youth Sport Trust is a UK-wide registered charity established in 1994 to build a brighter future for young people in sport. Its mission is to develop and implement, in close partnership with other organisations, quality education and sport programmes for all young people aged 18 months to 18 years in schools and the community.
The Active Primary School Programme Helping young Scots get active Monday 21 January 2002 (sportscotland Press release) The Minister for Tourism, Culture and Sport, Mike Watson MSP visited Cornton Primary School in Stirling today, to see for himself the success of sportscotland's Active Primary School Programme, which is already demonstrating positive effects on primary aged children's pattern of physical activity.
The Active Primary School Programme was developed following positive results from the introduction of the secondary School Sport Co-ordinator Programme, and the need to address similar issues in the primary sector.
The aim of the programme is to maximise the opportunities for all forms of safe and fun physical activity for children including play, physical education, sport and walking and cycling to school. It is an inclusive concept designed to build on what already exists in the school, through user friendly, practical programmes and advice. It takes a broad view of the potential for schools to influence the health and well being of young people and therefore considers the whole life of the school and not just the learning and teaching in the classroom. All those associated with the school are seen as having a role to play in enhancing physical activity for children.