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Source: Uk Active 06.04.22

https://www.ukactive.com/news/this-mum-moves-set-to-expand-after-pilot-shows-improved-confidence-among-healthcare-professionals-to-promote-physical-activity/

 

More women across the nation are set to benefit from being physically active during and after pregnancy, as ukactive and Sport England announce the results of the This Mum Moves pilot project and plans for its expansion.

This Mum Moves was created to support women to continue to enjoy and benefit from an active

Source: Gov.uk 21.12.21

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/holiday-activities-and-food-programme/holiday-activities-and-food-programme-2021

 

The holiday activities and food programme (HAF) which supports children in receipt of free school meals through holiday periods was successfully rolled out across England in 2021, following a successful pilot. In October 2021, the government increased funding by over £200 million per year over the next 3 financial years. The funding is to help loca

Source: Association for physical activity 15.11.2021

https://www.afpe.org.uk/physical-education/afpe-launches-innovative-pilot-placing-pe-at-the-heart-of-the-school-curriculum/

 

The Association for Physical Education (afPE) is set to deliver pilot in partnership with United Learning. The 18-month programme will see PE trialled as a core subject across a selection of the group’s primary and secondary academies.

Edward Timpson, Chair of the afPE Taskforce, has announced the launch of a new pilot

Source: Gov.uk 22.10.21

https://www.gov.uk/government/news/new-pilot-to-help-people-eat-better-and-exercise-more

 

The Government has announced the Health Incentives Scheme as part of a £100 million package to help people living with obesity to lose weight, improve physical wellbeing and prevent health conditions before they develop.  

A pilot, which will launch in January 2022, will see users wear wrist-worn devices that can generate personalised health recommendations, such as increasing step