Nominations criteria


Presented to an individual who has made a significant contribution behind the scenes to their sport / club / school. Club officer, committee member, fundraiser, administrator, coach, or official.

  1. Details of commitment given in the position and the organisation (100 words)
  2. Number of hours per week (100 words)
  3. Outcomes, e.g. Set up a new activity (100 words)
  4. Responsibility – umpire, team manager etc. (100 words)
  5. Further support material - any comments or additional evidence outlining why the volunteer deserves to win the Merseyside award. (200 words)
  6. Evidence of attendance of workshops, courses to widen knowledge (200 words)
  7. If your nomination is successful we will be including this section as part of the programme for the dinner. Could you please write a short paragraph summing up your nominee.

Presented to an individual who has made a contribution behind the scenes to their sport / club / school.

  1. Details of commitment given in the position and the organisation  (100 words)
  2. Number of hours per week  (100 words)
  3. Outcomes, e.g. Set up a new activity (100 words)
  4. Responsibility – umpire, team manager etc. (100 words)
  5. Further support material - any comments or additional evidence outlining why the young person deserves to win the Merseyside award. (200 words)
  6. Evidence of attendance of workshops, courses to widen knowledge (200 words)
  7. If your nomination is successful we will be including this section as part of the programme for the dinner. Could you please write a short paragraph summing up your nominee.

This award will be presented to the school that:

Has a commitment to the development of pupils and staff

Provides a comprehensive range of activities for its members and supports the development of players, coaches & volunteers of all ages and abilities.

Can demonstrate achievement/success in the Award Year

Can demonstrate a contribution to the wider community

  1. Do you have or are you working towards School Games Kite Mark Accreditation?
    No
    Working Towards
    Bronze
    Silver
    Gold
    Please evidence this

  2. Provide evidence of working in partnership with a wide range of community groups and sports clubs, to support the health and wellbeing of the whole school community. (Partners)
  3. Showcase commitment to developing pupils and the whole school community as qualified volunteers, in the delivery of sport and physical activity interventions. (Aspiring volunteers/ encouragement and qualifications)
  4. Highlight how the school recognises and celebrating all who plan, deliver and achieve through sport and physical activity. (In house reward system)
  5. Demonstrate the commitment of in-house planning, delivery and evaluation of sport and physical and activity before, during and after school. (Extra-Curricular activities )
  6. Provide examples of the development of pupils into, Local, Regional, National and International pathways in sport in the last 12 months.
  7. Evidence of encouraging and supporting every pupil in high quality PE and Sport. (SEN/Inclusion)
  8. Demonstrate how your school regularly evaluates and improves PE and school sport, through staff learning and development. (CPD)
  9. Evidence how PE and school sport enhances the learning and progress of pupils across the curriculum. (Health and Well being across the school)
  10. If your nomination is successful we will be including this section as part of the programme for the dinner. Could you please write a short paragraph summing up your nominee.

5 Categories: Jnr Male U18; Jnr Female U18; Male; Female; Disabled

Presented to an individual in recognition of their commitment and achievement to their chosen sport. Nominees should have achieved a high standard of performance for example at local, regional and national standard.

  1. Achievements – from participation to performance, taking into consideration any barriers up to present date (100 words)
  2. Level of achievement, local, county, national, international (100 words)
  3. Number of years involved in their sport (100 words)
  4. Dedication – hours, commitment (100 words)
  5. Further involvement in their sport-club work, coaching, officiating and volunteering (100 words)
  6. Supporting material – any comments or additional evidence outlining why the young person deserves to win the Merseyside award (200 words)
  7. If your nomination is successful we will be including this section as part of the programme for the dinner. Could you please write a short paragraph summing up your nominee.

Presented to a club which:

Has a well-established management structure, can demonstrate achievement/success in the Award Year and provides a comprehensive range of activities for its members and supports the development of players, coaches & volunteers of all ages and abilities.

  1. Provide evidence of strong links with their governing body  (100 words)
  2. Evidence of a good Youth Policy, Child Protection Policy, and equity policy.  (200 words)
  3. Evidence of strong school / club links  (100 words)
  4. Evidence of strong community links or links with respective sports development team  (100 words)
  5. Evidence of a club development plan being used  (100 words)
  6. Evidence of volunteer recruitment, recognition and reward systems  (100 words)
  7. Coach Investment Programme (Coach Education)  (100 words)
  8. Evidence of club structure  (100 words)
  9. Achieved or working towards a recognised accreditation – e.g. Clubmark, Local club accreditation scheme or NGB accreditation.  (100 words)
  10. If your nomination is successful we will be including this section as part of the programme for the dinner. Could you please write a short paragraph summing up your nominee.

Presented to a coach/ team manager in recognition of their involvement, dedication and achievement within their chosen sport. Must be a volunteer. Professional Coaches or paid coaches will be ineligible to win the award.

  1. Details of the coaching sessions delivered in the borough per week  (100 words)
  2. Provide evidence of personal coaching development including level of coaching: - Club, County/Regional, National/International.  (100 words)
  3. Provide evidence of Mentoring or helping other coaches  (100 words)
  4. Provide evidence of increasing participation in sport  (100 words)
  5. Provide evidence of improving performers / team skill or performance  (100 words)
  6. Provide any further support material - any comments or additional evidence outlining why the coach deserves to win the award.  (200 words)
  7. If your nomination is successful we will be including this section as part of the programme for the dinner. Could you please write a short paragraph summing up your nominee.

Presented to an individual who has provided an outstanding service to sport.

  1. Dedication and commitment to their sport e.g. hours given, year’s involved  (200 words)
  2. Support given to a local club / team  (100 words)
  3. Developments made in their sport due to their input  (200 words)
  4. Further support material - any comments or additional evidence outlining why the individual deserves to win the Merseyside award.  (200 words)
  5. If your nomination is successful we will be including this section as part of the programme for the dinner. Could you please write a short paragraph summing up your nominee.

Presented to an employer that has shown commitment to sport within the community.

  1. Details and evidence of how their contribution has positively impacted sport within Sefton.  (100 words)
  2. Details of any funding they have provided to help develop sport in Sefton (sponsorship of clubs or individuals.)  (100 words)
  3. Details of how they have provided resources (i.e. staff time ) to support the development of local sport.  (100 words)
  4. Evidence of how they have promoted sports activities - within Sefton.  (100 words)
  5. Provide any further support material - any comments or additional evidence outlining why the employer deserves to win the award.
  6. If your nomination is successful we will be including this section as part of the programme for the dinner. Could you please write a short paragraph summing up your nominee.

Presented to a team who achieved outstanding success over the year.

  1. Details of major achievements they have accomplished during the past 12 months -titles and cups won, locally, regionally and nationally.  (200 words)
  2. Evidence of improvement in performance of the team during the past 12 months, taking into account any barriers they have had to overcome.   (200 words)
  3. Evidence on how the players are committed to training and developing the younger players of the team.  (200 words)
  4. Provide any further support material - any comments or additional evidence outlining why the team deserves to win the award.
  5. If your nomination is successful we will be including this section as part of the programme for the dinner. Could you please write a short paragraph summing up your nominee.

Presented to a team who achieved outstanding success over the year.

  1. Details of major achievements they have accomplished during the past 12 months -titles and cups won, locally, regionally and nationally.  (200 words)
  2. Evidence of improvement in performance of the team during the past 12 months, taking into account any barriers they have had to overcome.  (200 words)
  3. Evidence on how the players are committed to training and developing the younger players of the team.  (200 words)
  4. Provide any further support material - any comments or additional evidence outlining why the team deserves to win the award.
  5. If your nomination is successful we will be including this section as part of the programme for the dinner. Could you please write a short paragraph summing up your nominee.

Last Updated on 11 July 2017

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