Help us shape our future strategy
We want to hear your views in our consultation that will shape our strategy for the next decade.
We’re asking our partners and the wider sport and physical activity sector to help us shape our future strategy by feeding back on our new ‘Shaping our Future’ document.
It outlines the direction we'd like to head in over the next decade and has been shaped by more than nine months of engagement with our colleagues and the community of organisations who care about sport and physical activity.
We've gathered thousands of perspectives on what really matters about what we do and how we do it and are keen to test our findings and assumptions with as many groups and organisations as possible.
Shaping our Future is not a plan, or a draft strategy – it's an opportunity to check what we’ve heard and what we think it means.
The aim is to generate discussion and feedback which will help us shape the strategy itself.
Our chief executive Tim Hollingsworth said the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic had changed many organisations’ priorities but it was nevertheless the right time to look ahead to the role we should play to support physical activity in the long-term.
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People intend to be more active as lockdown eases01/07/2020 12:05:00
The latest results from our coronavirus survey show activity levels have dropped as restrictions have eased, but people do want to be more active.
New resources to help prepare for a return to play29/06/2020 13:05:00
Sport England have produced advice and guidance to help the sport and physical activity sector as it reopens and prepares for what comes next.
Statement on sport and the next phases of restrictions being eased24/06/2020 13:05:00
As our Chair Nick Bitel writes, we'll continue working closely with the government on a timeline for the reopening of indoor sport and physical activity facilities.
New We Are Undefeatable research and resources23/06/2020 13:05:00
The campaign, aimed at people with long-term health conditions, is adapting to address the impacts of coronavirus.
Community connectors tackling loneliness in lockdown17/06/2020 15:33:00
Our partnership with the British Red Cross has seen physical activity added to their support for lonely older adults.
Open call for innovative solutions to tackle inequalities10/06/2020 15:05:00
Sports England are looking to help address existing issues that have been worsened by the effects of coronavirus.
New booklet to help older adults keep active28/05/2020 15:28:00
The resource is available to local authorities for distribution to older adults without access to the internet.
Investment to grow Sport for Development Coalition26/05/2020 10:15:00
The group of charities, national governing bodies and networks use sport to enact positive social change.