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Active Lives Survey for Children and Young People – data for schools
In September 2017 Sport England launched the new school-based ‘Active Lives Survey for Children and Young People’ to measure participation in sport and physical activity among children in school years 1 to 11. Replacing the Active People survey, Active Lives is the biggest of its kind and gathers data relating to pupil’s sporting behaviours and attitudes, swimming ability, wellbeing, volunteering, and even sports spectating. Completion of the survey provides participating schools with insightful data which can be used to demonstrate the impact of the Sport Premium and to underpin Ofsted reporting. Schools also receive a small amount of funding as a ‘thankyou’.
The Herts Sports Partnership has been tasked with administering the survey within Hertfordshire and, has recently been issued with the list of schools and year groups for the Spring 2019 term that we are required to work with. You can find out if your school is on the current list at www.sportinherts.org.uk/pe-sport-premium/active-lives/ or by contacting Shelley Woods on 01707 285887 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Girls Active: Funded opportunity to increase physical activity and emotional wellbeing of female pupils
One of the biggest barriers to achievement is pupils’ declining physical and emotional wellbeing
Can you think of any girls in your school who do not seem to be reaching their full potential? Public Health, Herts Sports Partnership, and the CCGS have provided funding to Youth Sports Trust to offer an exciting opportunity for 10 secondary schools to pilot an approach to increase physical activity and emotional wellbeing in teenage girls.
Sport England Guidance Videos – PE and Sport Premium
Sport England has funded and developed a suite of films to promote best practice use of the Primary PE and Sport Premium. The four films focus on the outcomes of the Primary PE and Sport Premium and include the following key messages: