Too many people in the UK are suffering from preventable ill-health with progress on prevention stalling in recent years. Over half of the disease burden in England is deemed preventable, with one in five deaths attributed to causes that could have been avoided.
Sport England supports a broad range of physical activity, including walking and cycling for travel. This review provides a authoritative account of how active travel interventions and investment can have the biggest impact on increasing and sustaining physical activity in England
This is a local summary of the findings from Sport England's Active Lives Adult data (third year of data), providing an updated overview of adults’ (age 16+) sport and physical activity levels and volunteering engagement both nationally and locally in the 12 months from November 2017 to November 2018.
This report provides an updated comprehensive overview of adult (age 16+) sport and physical activity in England in the 12 months from November 2017 to November 2018 (third full year of data).
Active Lives Children and Young People Survey - Attitudes Towards Sport and Physical Activity (2017/18)
This report is Sport England's second release of their Active Lives Children and Young People Survey year 1 results (Sept 2017 – July 2018). The data explores how children and young people aged 5-16 in England feel about sport and physical activity.
This report is in addition to Sport England’s six-monthly reports on sport and physical activity and focuses on what drives behaviour amongst adults in England (aged 16 or above). The report presents data from the mid-Nov 2016 to mid-Nov 2017 release.
*Revised January 2019* This is a local summary of the findings from the first Active Lives Children and Young People Survey release (2017/18). The summary includes an overview of children and young people's engagement in sport and physical activity (inside and outside of school), volunteering levels and outcome data.
This is the first Active Lives Children and Young People report, providing a comprehensive overview of children's (aged 5-16 years) physical activity levels for the academic year 2017/18.
Evidence suggests that the physical and mental wellbeing of our children and young people is deteriorating. There is also concern for the mental health and wellbeing of teaching staff. Schools have a critical role to play in addressing these issues but lack expertise and oversight to push this agenda forward.
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