The Department for Health:
Nationally, 'less-active' tends to refer to children who do not undertake the recommended daily minimum of 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous intensity physical activity.
To date, the Youth Sport Trust has developed a network of 8,500 school-based sports clubs in England and is looking to have 13,500 clubs set-up by 2015. Through this programme we aim to deliver the principles and specific skills from a range of Olympic and Paralympic sports and place them in a fun, vibrant and exciting activity club giving young people the confidence and competence to take part in lifelong physical activity. All of which builds towards increasing the opportunities of young people to take part in the School Games.
Primary School Clubs
Primary clubs capture the essence of the sport without directly delivering sport-specific content, and are grouped under five multi-sport themes: adventure, creative, combat, flight and target.
For more information, please visit Change4Life Primary School Clubs.
Secondary School Clubs
Secondary clubs are sport-specific and are designed around a need to increase the opportunities for young people to participate in non-traditional sports and continue that from the school club to the community club. The National Governing Bodies of Sport involved are (click on the links for more information on each sport):
For further infomation, please contact: