We work with communities and partners in Teignbridge, to reduce inequalities and connect, advocate and enable people to move more.
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Here’s a list of Devon schools randomly selected to take part in the Active Lives Children and Young People survey in the summer term 2023.
Learn how the survey can support your school with valuable insight on activity levels and behaviours of children and young people.
With this funding, schools have a key role in supporting all children and young people to live healthy active lives. This guidance can help.
Sport for Development involves us working with partners to help young people and communities to be healthier, safer and more successful.
These resources can help deliverers and educators support movement in early life and create positive experiences for children and young people.
These resources are aimed to help you support and engage wider audiences so that everyone can enjoy the benefits of an active life.
For home educating families, these resources are aimed to help you to support your child’s physical education, development and wellbeing.
The Active Devon Board and staff say a fond farewell to the Chair, Jim Nye, who stepped down from the Board after nine years of involvement.
Volunteers are key to helping Devon’s communities get active and we want them to be recognised and have a great experience.
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Devon County Council
Plymouth City Council