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In partnership with schools and colleges Hampshire County Council's Outdoor Education, PE & DofE Service seeks to provide young people with enjoyable high quality learning opportunities. In a joint strategy written with schools the Hampshire strategy for the delivery of high quality PE and school sport 2013-2016 sets out how this will be achieved.

Hampshire County Council provides a range of support, advice and guidance, this includes advice on safe practice, financial support and CPD opportunities.

Roy Gittens

Programme Manager (PE and School Sport)
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PE and School Sport News

Girls Active

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The Youth Sport Trust have developed a simple action planning framework to help teachers and girls work together to address the issues of keeping girls in physical activity. Schools can access a self review, agree three actions to help drive a difference then be given access to the Girls Active brand. As one teacher involved in the pilot commented; " It's all about boosing self esteem and confidence and making them want to go out and enjoy the activities themselves".

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Working with parents to raise the issue of physical activity

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The BHFNC have a new webpage to help support practioners working with parents and carers to raise awareness of the importance of their children being active from birth. Find out more

Report finds low levels of fitness in children

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Fit For Sport has published a report on their findings from the Activity Challenge which found that 67% of primary-aged children did not meet the recommended level of fitness for their age.

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Free App to get your school on the Road to Rio 2016

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A new free app has just launched for iOS and Android. You can also use the Get Set website if you don't have access to a mobile or tablet.

Your team can try different sports and physical activities to earn badges, using the app to keep track of their 9298km journey to Rio de Janeiro.

Get started now and join in the fun with schools across the UK!

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