A research library of key reports on the sports and physical activity sector from a variety of sources.


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The objective of this research is to share insights (best practices) and strategies with other organisations that may struggle to engage and support girls in sport

New research reveals that the majority of children's sports coaches are unqualified and underpaid.

The review follows the Duty of Care in Sport report (April, 2017) led by Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson DBE, DL which sets out clear recommendations that aim to look after the people at the very heart of the sector – the people who take part and volunteer.

The Coaching Plan For England: 2017-2021

Thu, 21 Sep 2017

Sport England

The Coaching Plan for England represents a 'call to action' for everyone in the coaching community in England to modernise how we think about coaching and how we talk about coaching.

A report prepared by Dr Steven Bradbury (Loughborough University) on behalf of the Sports People's Think Tank.

A report and recommendations from the Sports People's Think Tank in association with the Fare network and Loughborough University.

This October report looks at following barriers to football development: England lags behind in the quantity and quality of affordable grassroots facilities; Coaching and coach development, in clubs and at grassroots, have not yet reached a satisfactory level and impact.

New research from academics in the UK suggests that the old adage of 'first impressions count' is very much alive and kicking in sport. This article provides a summary of this research and concludes with a few ideas for how coaches can apply the research.

Coaching Strategy 2010-16

Mon, 15 Feb 2010

Sport Wales

The purpose of this strategy is to state Sport Wales' aspirations and set the direction for coaching in Wales for 2010-2016. This strategy also provides a framework for the delivery of actions relating to coaching in both the One Wales agreement and Creating an Active Wales