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The Sport and Physical Activity Partnership for London

Sportivate

Sportivate


 

 

 

For projects currently being delivered in the 2014/15 year:

NON-NEGOTIABLE DEADLINE & KEY DATES:

  • Delivery to be completed by: 31st March 2015
  • M&E Portal Completion : Friday 10th April 2015

 

 

APPLICATIONS FOR YEAR 5 NOW OPEN

 

 

London Sport are pleased to announce that they are now accepting applications for Year 5 of the Sportivate programme in London.

The delivery year for Sportivate is 1st April 2015 - 31st March 2016.
In line with the move to a new united County Sports Partnership for London, in London Sport, Sportivate will also be adapting ever so slightly for Year 5 to ensure that Sportivate communication becomes as streamlined as possible. All application submissions and queries should now be directed to Sportivate@londonsport.org and based upon where you are looking to deliver, you local London Sport Sportivate team member will be in touch with you as immediately as possible. (Please note that if you have an existing relationship with a London Sport staff member, you may still use this route to discuss your project). 

Application Window Timeline and Deadlines
 

Application Window Deadline : Midnight - Monday 5th January 2015

London Sport Internal Review (incl. Local Authority consultation) : 5th January - 14th January

Initial Feedback to Applicants : 16th January - 26th January

Final Decisions on applications following Sport England Approval : 9th March
  
For Application Forms, please click one of the below:

Single Project Application Form

Multi Project Application Form  

 

WHAT IS SPORTIVATE?

Sportivate is a £56 million Lottery funded London 2012 legacy project that gives more young people the chance to discover a sport that they love. The programme gives 11-25 year-olds who are not particularly sporty access to six-to-eight weeks' of free or subsidised coaching in a range of sports. There’s a wide range of activities on offer including judo, golf, tennis, dodgeball, athletics, and parkour/free running.

During the six-to-eight weeks those taking part can work towards an event or personal challenge and when the free or low-cost coaching has finished they will be supported to continue playing sport.

Sportivate launched in June 2011 as a four-year programme aimed at 14-25 year-olds but, due to its success, additional funding of £10m per year has been invested allowing the programme to run until March 2017 as well as extending its age group so that 11-13 year-olds can also take part.

Sportivate is inclusive and targets a variety of young people including those who have a disability and people from black and minority ethnic groups.

Interested in getting involved in London?

If you want to informally discuss an idea for a Sportivate project please contact us at sportivate@londonsport.org. 

 

  


 

 Future Rounds of Sportivate for 2015-16

 

In order for you to effectively plan your submission of applications for the future, please see below the dates of future rounds for delivery in Year 5 of the Sportivate programme in London. Please note that although these rounds are planned to go ahead, dates may shift slightly, so please do refer back to this page closer to the rounds to ensure you are working to the latest set of dates.

 

Funding Round 1
  • Applications open: November 2014
Funding Round 2
  • Applications Open: April 2015
Funding Round 3
  • Applications Open: June 2015
Funding Round 4
  • Applications Open: TBC

Case Studies


Through Sportivate, London Sport funds hundreds of projects in the community a year and we really like getting good news stories and Case studies. As they come in we will try our utmost to share these with you so you can see some of this great work and also be inspired to take pictures, wax lyrical about your good work, as well as make videos. Over the next few months we are looking to add as many videos and pictures to this page so please do submit any good news stories.

We start with a video from Sheniz Tan and Lionheart in the Community, whose project 'Get Croydon Active' used a multitude of sports and activities to engage and retain lots of new-to-sport participants in regular activity. Take a look.

LITC Sportivate - mixed sessions from LionHeart In The Community on Vimeo

Also some videos we have been sent from projects who delivered over 2013/14 are in the video below put together by our London Sport South office.