Active Lives Children and Young People Survey - 2017/18 Report
- Date Published
- Dec 2018
- Sport England
- Document Type
- More Info
- Education, Health & Wellbeing, Physical Activity, Social & Community, Under Represented Groups, Workforce
- Sub Themes
- Mental Health, Physical Health, BAME, Disability, Low SEG, Volunteering
- Geographic Area
- Children & Young People
The Active Lives Children and Young People's (CYP) survey is a school-based survey measuring participation in sport and physical activity inside and outside of school as well as attitudes towards sport and physical activity among CYP in school years 1-11 (roughly children aged 5 to 16) across England. It provides estimates at a national and local level to inform government policy (e.g. Primary PE and Sports premium and the Childhood Obesity Plan) and local decision making.
The data will be released in two parts. This first national report includes information about levels and types of activity, swimming proficiency, volunteering within sport and physical activity as well as mental wellbeing and individual and social development data, broken down by key demographics.
The second report (to be published 21.3.2019) will focus on the attitudes of CYP towards sport and physical activity, seeking to better understand the impact of confidence, motivation and perceived physical competence upon behaviours and activity levels.
The report contains link to downloadable data tables that include national and local level data.
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