StreetGames case study
StreetGames has worked with Badminton England to provide a series of 10–week pilot interventions across the StreetGames network, aimed at attracting participants aged 16-19 years living in disadvantaged areas. This paper highlights the key success factors and lessons learnt by the programme.
StreetGames has a dedicated research and knowledge team which:
Analyses rates of participation and engagement in sport to explore the differentials across socio-economic groups.
Explores and analyses participation trends amongst young people from lower socio-economic groups within specific sports
Commissions and reviews specific research studies aimed at exploring attitudes and motivations towards sport and physical activity amongst young people from lower socio-economic groups
Identifies and prepares briefing papers and good practice case studies in doorstep sport to share the learning of ‘what works’.