We all know that to make good decisions you need to be well informed. The sport, physical activity and health sectors are data rich. But are you using this data to your advantage and does it tell you what you need to know?

Using context analysis, desk research, quantitative and qualitative research, online surveys and field research, we’ve informed many policies and strategies. Our focus is always to deliver insight that can be used in a practical way.

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Researching young people and physical activity

We carried out a needs assessment to determine how best two London boroughs could increase participation in sport and physical activity by young people.
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Evaluating the satellite club model

We evaluated how national governing bodies of sport and county sports partnerships can support community sports clubs using the satellite clubs model.
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Reviewing new government policy

We explored the effect of new policy and investment changes on the County Sports Partnership Network and presented findings and recommendations to their board.
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Other work in this area

For the English Cricket Board, we reviewed their inter-school soft ball competitions, helped improve their coaches association’s services and membership categories and shaped a new direction for their inter-school competitive cricket.

Are events an effective way to increase participation in sport? We reviewed this question for Pro-Active Central London, leaving them with recommendations which informed their ongoing strategy.