About Us What We Want to Achieve What We Want to Achieve The Future We Want... We will work with communities across South Wales focussing on: Children, young people, vulnerable adults and families Disadvantaged communities We want to create opportunities for people to lead healthier and more active lives... How will we know if we have been successful? Improved physical and mental health Increased physical activity Improved understanding of health issues and risks We want to improve education and employment opportunities... How will we know if we have been successful? Improved attitude towards and enjoyment of learning Increased educational attainment Progression into education, employment and training We want to reduce the levels of offending and re-offending... How will we know if we have been successful? Reduced offending and re-offending Reduced anti-social behaviour Increased awareness of risk and crime-related behaviours Increased opportunities for participation in safe activities in high crime areas How? Outcome 1 - Healthier more active lives... How will we achieve it? We will inspire children to adopt healthier lifestyles by providing sports coaching, health education, and teaching resources for schools. Recruit, train and display a network of Community Health Champions who will disseminate key health messages. Increase enjoyment of Physical Education by providing mentoring support to non-PE specialists in schools. We will champion and raise awareness of the importance of healthy and active lifestyles amongst Cardiff City FC supporters. Strengthen our relationships with national, public and third sector health organisations and collaborate to develop innovative community approaches to encourage active lifestyles and improve nutrition through the well-being bond. Address inequalities of participation in sport and physical activity by providing access to community sport for females, BME groups, people with a disability and individuals from disadvantaged communities. Outcome 2 - Improved Education and Employment Opportunities How will we achieve it? We will inspire primary school children in everything from English and Maths to teamwork and sport by providing sports coaching, educational competitions and cross-curricular teaching resources for schools. Offer post-16 education programmes through sport. Providing positive learning environments which improve attitudes to learning and support progression into further education and employment. Support children and young people aged 5-25 to bridge the attainment gap by offering education opportunities through sport. Offer post-16 employability programmes that provide young people with the skills, experience and qualifications they need to move into the world of work. Increase awareness of enterprise and entrepreneurship amongst children and young people by using the backdrop of professional football clubs' business models to deliver enterprise education. Engage with employers to provide expertise, mentoring, work-based learning and industry-specific opportunities for young people. Outcome 3 - Reduced offending and re-offending How will we achieve it? We will provide access to safe community sport opportunities in high crime areas. Offer interventions designed to raise awareness of risk and crime-related behaviours and the potential impact on oneself and others. Provide opportunities for Police Community Support Officers to engage with children and young people through our programmes. Provide employability training to offenders and ex-offenders developing the skills and qualifications they need to build a more positive future.