Primary Change4Life Sports Clubs

North Oxfordshire School Sport Partnership is creating a network of Primary Change4Life Sport Clubs.

These school based clubs are designed around a clear need to increase physical activity levels in less active children and raise academic achievement amongst groups of more vulnerable pupils.

NOSSP offers formal one-off training for school club deliverers and on-going support from School Sport Coordinators, Primary PE Mentors and Primary Sports Coaches to ensure that health and educational outcomes for young people are met.

NOSSP also has a supply of Primary Change4Life Sports Club kit bags that affiliated schools can loan to complement the running of their club. The equipment bags are based around 5 themes; Adventure, Target, Combat, Creative and Flight, and can be rotated around different clubs within a family cluster.

For more information, resources and practical ideas on how to teach children to eat healthily and move more visit Change4Life School Zone.

Contact

Emma Jackson

Emma Jackson
School Games Organiser

Telephone: 01295 264216
Mobile:
Email: ej.nossp@bgn.oxon.sch.uk

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