During the Covid-19 pandemic, young people missed out on the benefits that sport and physical activity can provide. Find out who in your local area can support you and what other tools are available to help you to get young people active.
The School Games
We believe the School Games has a vital part to play in
promoting an active recovery term where the health and wellbeing of young
people is prioritised. Young people can reconnect and recover through positive
experiences of daily activity and competition as part of the School Games.
Your School Games Organiser
Contact your School Games Organiser to support you in
delivering positive experiences of daily activity and competition.
- Register with the School
- If you already have an account, login here. Scroll
to the bottom of the page to see your SGO contact details.
Your Active Partnership
Contact your local Active Partnership if you want to find out more about local clubs, activity providers and opportunities in your area.
Find your Active Partnership.
Active School Planner
A free tool for schools to track and improve physical
activity levels for every child.
Holiday Activities Fund
The Holiday Activities Fund (HAF) programme is funded by the Department for Education and
provides holiday activities and food for children eligible for free school
meals (5-16 year old) for six weeks of the school holiday starting from Easter
Holiday Activities and Food Coordinator
your local HAF coordinator who coordinates and delivers the Holiday Activities
and Food (HAF) programme in your area.
In addition, there is a
HAF Active microsite which provides headline guidance and information about how
best to meet and integrate activity requirements into local HAF programmes
through fun and engaging physical activity. The site offers success ingredients, top tips, and
links to wider support that’s available from a range of sport sector partners.