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Source Gov.UK  November 2022

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/pe-and-sport-premium-for-primary-schools

Schools have a central role to play in supporting all children and young people to live healthy active lives. This is particularly true of primary school where the foundations of positive and enjoyable participation in regular physical activity should be established.

Crucial to achieving this is ensuring that pupils have access to at least 30 minutes of physical activity during the school day, along

Source Sport Engand               10/2022

https://www.sportengland.org/guidance-and-support/secondary-teacher-training-programme?utm_source=online&utm_medium=media&utm_campaign=sportengland_everfi_media&utm_id=sportengland_press

 

Sport England, in association with Sheffield Hallam University, Youth Sport Trust, Activity Alliance and Association for Physical Education, has shared key insights taken from its Secondary Teacher Training (STT) programme. The research explores how secondary schools c

Source: Sported 08.11.2021

https://sported.org.uk/community-pulse-october-2021-results/

 

The latest piece of Sported research, based on answers from 437 grassroots sports groups across the UK, has found that far fewer young people are attending their sports groups since the Covid-19 pandemic started. 

  • 58% of groups have less than 80% of their young people attending
  • 30% of groups stating less than 60% of their participants had returned since re-opening

The issue of encouraging young people to

Source: Youth Sport Trust Sept 21

https://www.youthsporttrust.org/news-insight/news/charity-releases-landmark-research-as-it-looks-to-the-class-of-2035

 

The Youth Sport Trust has published The Class of 2035: How sport can empower a generation. The study, carried out by Foresight Factory, warns of significant inequalities in young people’s engagement with sport and exercise, particularly among those from poorer backgrounds. It calls for young people to be given a greater say in provision, and mo

It is understood that those in lower income households have acutely felt the impact of the pandemic and lockdown both economically and in terms of mental and physical wellbeing. Young people who live in those neighbourhoods, shared their experiences, worries and opinions about life during and after the Covid lockdown. Source: Street Games June 2020
The intervention attenuated an increase in %BF and a decrease in CRF among girls at risk for obesity from baseline to postintervention. Offering the after-school PA club 2 d/wk may be adequate for achieving outcomes. Source: Sage Publications April 2020
Some young people there are huge barriers to digital engagement. Youth organisations have been quick to adapt their services and have been at the forefront of supporting the wider emergency response, often redeploying their staff to distribute emergency care packages, support emergency services and transform their buildings into foodbanks. This report also shows an urgent need for emergency funding to be able to keep the doors open of their services in the long term. Source: UK Youth April 20