We're so thrilled that schools are back, but we know there are many challenges ahead. During lockdown, children's physical activity levels dropped significantly - we now have more to do now than ever to restore and continue to increase activity levels. We've developed new ways of supporting schools and new interventions that use physical activity to support children's resilience and readiness to learn. If you'd like to find out about the ways we can support you, please get in touch with a member of the team.
What We Do
We work with a range of schools and organisations to demonstrate how physical activity can be used to achieve wider health and social outcomes for young people, such as improved mental wellbeing, better physical health or key life skills. We support schools in Herefordshire and beyond that would like to raise the profile of PE, sport and physical activity, whilst also working with local community organisations to raise the profile of physical activity.
Meeting the Challenges: Schools’ physical and mental wellbeing conference
Our schools’ physical and mental wellbeing conference which will seek to explore and address challenges through a range of exciting keynote speakers and workshops.
Virtual School Games Dance Competition
Herefordshire Virtual School Games Dance Competition starting on 25th January