Derbyshire Data and Insight
Activity data has been tracked across the county.
Active People Survey
Active People Data for Derbyshire County Council for 1x30 and 3x30
Please see each district page for more specific information.
Further data can be found on the Sport England website here.
An Evaluation of the Physical Education and Sport Plan for Schools and Colleges in Derbyshire 2012-2015
The landscape for PE, sport and physical activity is changing, where national and local priorities are evolving; and issues such as obesity and wellbeing are to the fore.
As a result, Derbyshire Sport commissioned Engaging Communities Staffordshire, an independent social research and engagement community interest company, to undertake an evaluation of the Plan using a multi-methodological approach engaging pupils, staff and stakeholders in both qualitative and quantitative research.
Take a look below at the key findings in the evaluation report and executive summary.
Derbyshire Citizens Panel
The Derbyshire Citizens Panel surveys approximately 3,000 people per year on topics such as their own participation in physical activity or organised sport.
- Derbyshire CP 2015 (PDF, 264 Kb)
Economic Impact of Sport
All counties in England can now demonstrate how sport benefits their economy using our new Economic value of sport – local model.
The model produces area based (local authority, county sport partnership and local enterprise partnership) estimates on sports' contribution to the local economy in the form of business output (GVA) and jobs plus wider benefits like health.
To find out more, visit the Sport England website.
- Economic Impact Of Sport - Derbyshire County Council (MS Excel, 188 Kb)
- Economic Impact Of Sport - Flowchart - Derbyshire County Council (PDF, 101 Kb)