Taking action and putting research and ideas into practice, here are the tools to help you to make a plan of action for working with girls in your area; what can you do, or do differently? Find best practice examples from our Project 51 groups to get you started.
Key findings from Project 51 – learn about the impact and results of Women in Sport’s and Sported’s joint 2-year venture, Project 51, a project designed to challenge negative gender stereotypes in sport at the grassroots level.
Top Tips for Consulting with Girls– quick tips and easy ways to consult with girls to design your sessions and inform your strategy.
Effective Practice for Engaging Girls in Physical Activity – a useful document with some key learnings from the Youth Sport Trust . Although their focus is on engaging girls in PE, their six principles are valuable and certainly apply to community sport and activities as well. Includes top tips and mini case studies alongside each principle.
Sport England Research Guide – an in-depth guide to effective research practice. A potential useful document for those interested in how best to consult and evaluate their consultation methods with girls.
Programmes and Events
A look into the creative ways organisations have looked to engage girls, where none dared go before:
Action Planning Template
Use this template as a framework for creating a simple action plan for your group including setting goals, steps to get there and measuring outcomes.