A campaign encouraging all education settings across the Black Country to commit to and provide all pupils with access to one hour of wellbeing and physical activity each day, including during the school curriculum or for pupils still learning remotely from home.
Active Black Country – have created a new school resource webpage designed to showcase and share practice and initiatives from over 125 schools across the Black Country. This is an example of good practice around the PE and Sport Premium from an Active Partnership perspective
In our local area the lives of Black Country residents are determined by a unique set of characteristics setting it apart as an area largely unlike any other in England, containing some of the most deprived areas of the Country
Benson Community Project has made a significant contribution to overcoming barriers and improving the uptake of sport or physical activity in the Black Country by working with various organisations.
With support from Active Black Country County Sports Partnership, Bantock a diverse community school situated in inner-city Wolverhampton, became an example of best practice to share with other schools as to how to maximise the impact of the investment.