Final consultation on our 10-year strategy is launched
It'll take a deeper look at the five major themes in our strategy, which will be published in early 2021.
We’ve opened the final phase of consultation into our new 10-year strategy, which we’ll publish in early 2021.
This consultation has a series of engagement opportunities taking a deeper look at the strategy's key themes.
While the wording is being finalised, our strategy, which has tackling inequalities at its core, will focus on these major themes:
- Recover and reinvent
- Recovering from the biggest shock to the status quo in a lifetime, Covid-19, and reinventing as a vibrant and sustainable network of organisations providing sport and physical activity opportunities that meet the needs of different people.
- An active life for a healthy life
- Strengthening the connection between sport and physical activity and health and wellbeing, to enable more people to live an active life so they can live and age well.
- Positive experiences for children and young people
- Unrelenting focus on positive experiences as the foundations for an active life.
- Strengthening communities
- Focusing on sport and physical activity’s ability to create greater community development and social integration.
- Active environments
- Creating the places and spaces that make it easier for people to be active.
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