Activity equipment packs helping disadvantaged young people feel the benefit of moving more
Leap Moving our Communities Fund
Using football sessions to promote social integration with a group of refugee males aged 15-18 year old through playing football and socialising after the sessions.
Creating impact and unlocking the potential for physical activity and sport in the local (Bucks & Milton Keynes) emotional and mental wellbeing system
Leap have taken insight and national opportunity to influence local strategic partners to unlock opportunity, resource and support.
Supporting partners to understand their local market, engage new participants and generate more income
This satellite club example shows how working with different partners, can help engage young people who wouldn’t otherwise be engaged in traditional activity routes.
It’s estimated that in Buckinghamshire over 7,500 people aged 18 to 64 years have a learning disability. This is the largest single disability group in the county and whilst there isn’t currently participation data specifically for this group, research does show that those with a disability are 14% less active than those without a disability.
Only 30% of sports coaches are female and only 17% of them are qualified.
This Girl Can ‘Be Healthy’ is a project combining exercise and nutrition, locally activating the national This Girl Can campaign and empowering young women in Milton Keynes to make healthier choices. Developed in partnership with a Obesity & Diabetes Specialist and Personal Trainer, the content was designed for girls aged 16 to 17 years who are irregularly or consistently inactive.
Junior Fire Fit is an innovative project which combines fire education and the promotion of a more active lifestyle, resulting in a long lasting effect on participants outlook and behaviour in school and in their local community.