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ABC Board Strategies and Policies

Take a look at the strategies and policies governing our Board and the Partnership.

This Executive Summary sets out the context, headline priorities and call to action of the ‘Towards An Active Black Country’ Strategic Framework. The Framework has been produced at a time of significant strategic and policy change which has determined its scope of work and the priorities. Click here to download the Executive Summary.

We are clear about our role as an ‘enabling’ organisation, performing in a strategic role, facilitating effective and deep collaboration between the four local authorities, communities and other identified stakeholders. Click here to view our latest business plan.

This document defines the Governance framework of Active Black Country detailing the Host, Board and ABC accountabilities, structure, remit and operating approach. Click here to view the framework.

It remains the personal responsibility of each Board member to ensure they are up to date with conflicts of interest matters and exercise their duties. Click here to view our policy.

We adhere to The Equality Standard: A Framework for Sport, which has been developed in line with legal responsibilities and requirements set out within the Equality Act 2010, to ensure we achieve continuous improvement in our equality work. Click here to view our inclusion and diversity statement.

This policy recognises that the welfare and interests of children are paramount in all circumstances. It aims to ensure that regardless of age, ability or disability, gender reassignment, race, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation, socio-economic background, all children, young people and adults who participate in activities, either directly organised by BCC Ltd or through a third party working collaboratively with us, have a positive and enjoyable experience in a safe and child centred environment and are protected from abuse whilst participating in or outside of the activity. Click here to view the policy.

We adhere to The Equality Standard: A Framework for Sport, which has been developed in line with legal responsibilities and requirements set out within the Equality Act 2010, to ensure we achieve continuous improvement in our equality work. Click here to view our inclusion and diversity statement.

Our hosting relationship means risk management is shared between BCC Ltd and the Active Black Country Board. This Framework seeks to ensure clarity, specifically regarding risk management ensuring accountability and mitigation. Click here to view our Risk Management Policy

SCHOOLS HUB

Best practice examples and initiatives from across the 5 key indicators on how you could utilise your Primary PE and Sport Premium funding.

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INSIGHT HUB

Timely data and learnings in relation to physical activity and sport in the Black Country and the added value we can offer.

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TRAINING HUB

Resources and videos to support the Black Country sport & physical activity workforce, sports clubs and community organisations.

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