Children and young people in Norfolk will benefit from improved coordination and investment in physical activity, education and sport, thanks to a cross-agency strategy that links together key stakeholders working with young people. Partners include Norfolk County Council Children's Services, Public Health, Active Norfolk, Local Authorities, School Sports Partnerships, early years settings, primary and secondary schools, and further/higher education institutions.
The strategy outlines a shared vision: "To ensure that all young people in Norfolk experience and enjoy high quality physical education and sport, are inspired and supported to fulfil their potential, and motivated to choose an active and healthy lifestyle."
The strategy sets out aspirations for all young people in Norfolk and outlines how each setting working with young people can contribute to these aspirations.
Click the link below to download the 2nd edition of the strategy, Active Futures, which was launched on 14 July 2017.
- Active Futures (PDF, 3.9 Mb)
A cross-agency strategy that outlines how all settings that interact with young people can contribute to best possible experiences of sport and physical activity