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 early years settings, primary and secondary schools, further/higher education institutions, Norfolk County Council Children's Services, Public Health, Active Norfolk, Local Authorities, School Sports Partnerships.
The strategy outlines a shared vision: "To inspire all young people in Norfolk to realise the benefits of an active lifestyle," to achieve the desired outcome, "Happier, healthier and more successful young people and communities."
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
Active Futures Recognition Scheme
Show your commitment to the health and wellbeing of Norfolk's children and young people by applying to the Active Futures recognition scheme.
Use the form below to tell us how Active Futures has inspired you or your workplace to improve children and young people's physical competence and experiences in sport, physical education, or physical activity.
We'd love to hear your story. If successful, you will receive materials to add to your premises, website and emails, as well as PR and social media support.
Submissions to the scheme will be reviewed by panel members from the Active Futures strategy board on a quarterly basis.
If you have any questions about the Active Futures Recognition Scheme please contact email@example.com
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