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Lets change that competition

Last Updated: 8/31/2017

To celebrate the launch of Corra Foundation, Esmee Fairbairn, BBC Children in Need and Comic Relief are running a competition.. There are three categories each with a prize of £1000 each for one-off ideas to support one of the below goals: Place - People coming together to create positive change within their local area. Children & Young People - Children and young people leading change that makes a difference to their lives. Sport -Enabling the use of sport to support positive change. Entry is via a creative video or photograph. More information and all the FAQ's can be found below:

press release

Scottish children and adolescents health report

Last Updated: 7/19/2016

New Active Healthy Kids Scotland report card published gives mixed results for the physical activity and health of Scottish children and adolescents

research

Children spending less time playing outdoors

Last Updated: 7/19/2016

Children spend less time playing outdoors and more time using technology than their parents did as youngsters, according to a survey by Sustrans.

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After-School Activities Improve Academic Performance

Last Updated: 4/22/2016

A research study has found that after-school clubs and sports can improve the academic performance and social skills of disadvantaged primary school pupils.

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Daily Mile Scheme in Schools

Last Updated: 10/21/2015

A primary school in Stirling has pioneered a scheme to ensure all its pupils walk or run a mile every day.

training

BHFNC Training Courses Survey

Last Updated: 2/20/2015

The British Heart Foundation National Centre for Physical Activity and Health (BHFNC) are currently reviewing their 'physical activity in children and young people' training courses. To ensure these courses are meeting the needs of practitioners, the BHFNC would like to hear your thoughts.

policy consultation

National Play Strategy: Review of Inclusive Play in Scotland

Last Updated: 8/18/2014

A Review of Inclusive Play in Scotland was identified as a high priority within the National Play Strategy Action Plan (2013), recognising that all children in Scotland have the right to play. The Plan particularly mentions the play rights of disabled children and young people and those from disadvantaged backgrounds.

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