Our looked after children are encouraged to take part in out of school activities to help build personal and social skills, raise educational achievement and improve life chances. The Virtual School team have a dedicated Sports lead who will support with activities and events for our children in care. Amanda Price can be contacted on firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to find out more or to make an enquiry on future opportunities.
Telford and Wrekin Virtual School team - Arts and culture activities 2022 - 2022
- 24 July 2023 - sport and physical activity - Primary.
- 25 July 2023 - sport and physical activity - Secondary.
All the above events are shared via schools and social workers to distribute flyers and booking information. All of our events are based on a booking system, if you wish to find out more or would like to book a place on any of the above - please contact the Sports Lead on email@example.com.
Our mission is to improve lives and empower communities through the power of physical activity and sport.
We are a local charity and one of 42 organisations within the Active Partnerships network who work collaboratively with local and national partners to create the conditions for an active nation using the power of sport and physical activity to transform lives.
At Energize, we're on a mission to influence change at all levels so that living an active lifestyle is normal behaviour for individuals, organisations and the whole of society. We strive to tackle inactivity and address inequalities in participation. Our aim is to make sure that equality, diversity and inclusion run through everything we do as an organisation.
Free digital marketing training
Free digital marketing training is being made available to the sport and physical activity sector as we look to encourage more people to play sport and be active.
The idea for the hub came as a response to findings highlighting a significant digital skills gap within the sector and it'll include online courses, webinars and resources with the aim of helping people and organisations delivering sport and physical activity to improve their skills.
Celebrating LGBTQ+ inclusion in sport
Our strategy will make sport and physical activity more accessible.
This Pride Month, our executive director Ali Donnelly blogs about her personal experience of sport and physical activity and says we all have a role to play to build on the progress of the past 20 years.
Try it, dream it achieve it
A new sports initiative is underway to create a universal entitlement to sports provision for all children in care in the West Midlands.
Activities will be offered in a range of ways by a variety of sports and active lifestyle organisations.
It will work on the three principles of Try it, dream it achieve it, offering a wide range of experiences and opportunities to enable our children to develop their interests and talents, enabling sports specialism, developing independence and entrepreneurship and potentially even leading to qualifications and careers.
Here are some sporting organisations which are encouraging young people to ‘try it, dream it, achieve it’ which can be done at home.
- Chance to shine - Cricket - You will have to register to view videos. Free for all.
- TTKIDZ Table Tennis - Various coaching videos.
- FA Learning - Football from YouTube - page dedicated to drills.
- Tennis LTA - from YouTube.
Bright Star Boxing
Engaging alternative education provision for young people. There are many young people who find a mainstream school environment difficult, and schools need access to quality, affordable alternative education provision.
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