The CSP Network is delighted to release its 2016 Impact report. The report highlights the great work that has taken place across the network helping improve lives by growing grassroots sport and physical activity.
The full report can be downloaded CSP Network Impact Report 2016
- £122m secured by CSPs to support local partnerssince 2013/14
- £19m of non-Sport England income generated by CSPs in 2015/16
- 91% of partners either satisfied or very satisfied with the added value that CSPs provided in 2015
- over 17,600 primary schools supported to effectively utilise and maximise the impact of the Primary PE and Sport Premium
- 726,144 young people participating in Level 3 School Games festivals, including 88,064 young disabled people, supported by 64,138 young volunteers since 2011
- 46,600 individuals registered to Workplace Challenge, 14,900 inactive people registered, 6,200 workplaces active, 700 workplace champions, 1,582,000 activities logged since 2014
- 47,725 local Sportivate projects since 2011, with641,115 young people aged 11 to 25 completing a Sportivate project
- 9,183 active Satellite Clubs involving 408,531participants since 2012
- over 4,300 Community Games events run since 2012, involving estimated 3,043,000 participants, supported by 91,000 volunteers
- delivering over 274 individual coaching projects, engaging over 150 partners to make coaching accessible for coaches and those that want to be coached.