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Match-funding deadline closes Friday 19th December – it’s now or never!

Last week we told you our main sponsor Premier Sport pledged a MASSIVE £50,000 to get the nations primary school children fit and active using The Golden Mile. The match-funding pledge is part of Premier Sport’s long term community investment strategy which they hope can impact of the health & wellbeing of young people in the UK.

Since last week’s announcement, we’ve had a great response with a number of schools already submitting applications for the match-funding. If you haven’t submitted your application, don’t forget, it will be allocated on a first come first served basis so DON’T MISS OUT.

It takes less than one minute to apply!

The application process for this funding pot will be available until Friday 19th December only. Applicants are encouraged to apply at the earliest opportunity to avoid disappointment. The application process will remain open until then or as soon as the funding has been allocated.

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Be part of the solution – National Obesity Awareness Week 12th - 19th Jan 2015

Just like everyone else, children and young people need to be eating healthily as well as staying physically active.

National Obesity Awareness Week (NOAW) are promoting that with a competition supported exclusively by Disney – get your school involved and enter today!

They have brought together some of the UK’s leading experts to offer their advice on how children and young people can be more active and eat healthily – picking up habits that will last a lifetime.

Visit the website to find out more information.

Ofsted accountability measures for the primary PE and sport funding

The Golden Mile is a perfect ALL inclusive initiative designed to engage even the most disengaged pupils to easily increase participation rates for your school, including virtual intra & inter competition.

Following the primary PE and sport funding, The Golden Mile is used by schools to provide impact measurements and to demonstrate the funding is spent effectively...

The impact of the funding will be considered in terms of:

  • Increased participation in competitive school sport
  • personal health and well-being
  • Improved attitudes and behaviour towards learning

“Inspectors must take account how increasing participation in PE and sport is helping all pupils develop healthy lifestyles and reach the performance levels they are  capable of, when making judgements about the achievement of pupils at the school”  

Via The Golden Mile data management system, activity levels can be monitored by viewing data graphs for individual pupils, classes and the whole school.

Demonstrating The Golden Mile...

Councils to double spending on ‘inactivity epidemic’ finds report

Steps to solving inactivity, published by ukactive, reveals that local authorities have allocated 4% of their public health grant on tackling inactivity in 2014.15, compared to 3% in 2012/14. The figures also show that 70% of councils have increased their allocated budget on physical activity.

The report shows that 29% of people in England are physically inactive, so it calls for more to be done to capture and evaluate physical activity programme data.

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Public Health England launches framework to tackle inactivity

Public Health England (PHE) has today published Everybody Active, Every Day, a framework for nationwide action to combat the physical inactivity epidemic. PHE’s latest statistics place inactivity responsible for one in six deaths in England and put its cost to the country at an estimated £7.4bn a year. The framework is the first consolidation of national and local priorities, including the Moving More, Living More commitment to a physical activity legacy from the 2012 Games, and NICE guidance.

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