Jump2it Delivery Roadshows 6 hours of coaching Tournament Finals Presentations Clubs
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Stage 1 Jump2it Roadshows Roadshows tackle participation and health, and citizenship issues in an entertaining and interactive manner.
Information retention pupils show a significant increase in the levels of information they retain across the four roadshow topics - smoking, exercise, diet and alcohol 6 8 weeks following the roadshows.MP Consultancy 2011
Currently the 2 hour session focuses on:
Healthy Eating Anti Smoking Alcohol Awareness Basketball
Stage 2 Jump2it Basketball Coaching
After completing the Roadshow, each school receives 6 hours of Basketball coaching.
Reinforce the messages taught during the roadshow
Develop the groups core skills in basketball
Identify interest in attendance at local clubs
To prepare teams for stage three of the programme Physical Activity Levels - Following the Jump2It interventions pupils show an increase in physical activity for both weekdays and weekends with scores being statistically significant for weekends. MP Consultancy 2011
Stage 3 Jump2it Tournaments Once schools have received their coaching block they are invited to place teams in the
Jump2it primary schools tournament
Tournaments are staged at a central Location
All children will receive a goodiebag with information reinforcing the key messages
The top 4 teams will progress to stage 4
Partners are invited to attend tournament and talk with pupils and teachers
Follow up with Staff, Pupils and Parents-Staff delighted with opportunity to engage with the process especially the tournament which enables work on team building, and use of communication, social skills, as well as general life skillsMP Consultancy 2011
Stage 4- Jump2it FinalsEach tournament will culminate in a FINAL taking place at a Rocks home game at the Commonwealth Arena in Glasgow's East End.. Four teams will participate on the Rocks home court in two semi-finals and a final. Children participating have the opportunity to play in front of over 1000 basketball fans, who are always very supportive, given the family nature of the audience.
All schools which participate in the finals will be allocated tickets for the Rocks game.
Partners are encouraged to attend these events and present the participant with their prizes, and advertise via pop-up stands and courtside boardsFollow up with Staff, Pupils and Parents Both staff and pupils show an overwhelmingly positive perception of the programme. MP Consultancy 2011
Stage 5 Winner's Ceremony Finally Rocks players accompanied by a community coach will visit all of the schools who participated in each of the finals. During a school assembly the player will present the winning school with a video of there winning game and there shield.
The player will then stay in the school to sign autographs and have photographs taken with the pupils of the school.
Schools will have the option to invite parents to take part in the assembly and celebrations.
Partners will be present at this stage and local and national press will be invited to cover the eventFollow up with Staff, Pupils and Parents Just over half of the schools utilise the programme with other healthy lifestyle initiativesMP Consultancy 2011
How the messages are deliveredSponsors Logos on all materials RoadshowsCoaching SessionsTournamentsFinals & Presentations Clubs
Stage 6 Clubs Work to create links from Jump2it program to other sports activities and current basketball programs
If there is no provision the coordinator will work with local partners to build a new program.
The new programs first priority is to link and enhance excising provision where possible.
A third of the parents mentioned seeking out further basketball insolvent with there child as a result of Jump2it MP Consultancy 2011
CredentialsThe Glasgow Rocks
Professional role models
Jump2it Team Proven track record
*Add stats from Mathew plunket ***Follow up with Staff, Pupils and Parents Both staff and pupils show an overwhelmingly positive perception of the programme. Key themes include:The coaching is well received, fun and pupils mention the coaches specifically as cool and know their skills They mention the road shows and without prompt mention facts from the road shows specifically relating to alcohol - weeks after the sessions. Staff liked the positive role model work of the professional basketball players
Staff delighted with opportunity to engage with the process especially the tournament which enables work on team building, and use of communication, social skills, as well as general life skills
Just over half of the schools utilise the programme with other healthy lifestyle initiatives
Like the integration with boys and girls and examples of prior years excited that they will receive Jump2it in the futureKey examples of less active children being involved especially when selected for tournament number of case examples wherechildren who were not thought to be physically active and engaging in PE were involved in basketball programme