Beat the Streets modified to allow greater local delivery and ownership
Written by Tracey Lines, Social Prescribing Project Manager, Active Partnerships
The London Marathon Charitable Trust (The Trust) has awarded a £600,000 grant to a project that aims to improve the health and wellbeing of young homeless people in North England and Scotland through the power of sport
The Active Partnership National Team have worked with afPE, Youth Sport Trust and the Department for Education to contribute and endorse the Seven Top Tips for the PE and Sport Premium during Covid.
It has been virtually impossible to ignore the conversations sparked by the Black Lives Matter protests following the death of George Floyd. For me, it has led to conversations at home and at work (virtually), making sense of what this means to me, to who we are, what we do and how we work as an organisation.
Active Partnership have played a key role to date to ensure that the Tackling Inequalities funding is reaching those in need.
Leaders from more than one hundred sport and physical activity bodies have sent a letter to the Prime Minister urging him to ringfence funding for the recovery of the sports and activity sector – or risk fuelling physical inactivity and related illnesses for a generation
Adapting our workforce support during the Covid-19 pandemic
Active Partnership support campaign which empowers athletes, coaches and the public to celebrate great coaching
Rener Wellbeing form partnership with Active Partnerships’ new Workplace Movement service.