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    Developing your cross-College sport and physical activity strategy

    Jon Pratt Exeter College 1.Students and Lecturers

    Developing an individual College sport strategy that covers the same areas as the national FE strategy will provide real benefits to your College. A cross-College sport strategy helps raise the profile of sport, supports recruitment policies, improves internal communication, helps build partnerships with employers and community sport and supports external funding applications. Our national AoC sport survey indicated that 41% of Colleges now have a College sport strategy that is contributing to these objectives.
    One example of a College that has created and embedded a cross-College strategy is Worthing College in Sussex. Their overarching strategy was first published in 2004 and has seen regular revisions and updates with a new strategy written every three years. Their plans incorporate contextual information…

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