Active Recovery Hub launched to help more children to be active
The free, online resource is aimed at schools and families and hosts hundreds of ideas to get children moving.
We’ve teamed up with the Youth Sport Trust to develop a new online resource that’ll help more children be physically active.
The Active Recovery Hub, which has been funded by the National Lottery, provides schools, local authorities, and families with easy access to free resources that’ll help more children reach the Chief Medical Officer's target of taking part in 60 minutes of physical activity a day.
The resource comes on the back of the government’s School Sport and Activity Action Plan, which promised to extend the School Games website to help teachers and parents find opportunities for young people to compete and get active.
Mike Diaper, our executive director for children and young people, said it was vital providers give youngsters a positive experience of being active so they can build healthy habits that last a lifetime.
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