Inspiring young people to get active and healthy
We want young people in Norfolk to enjoy high quality PE, sport and physical activity and to feel inspired and supported to fulfil their potential.
Read below about the range of programmes and projects available to engage young people in sport and physical activity.
Satellite clubs run during school term on weekday evenings and weekends and are usually aimed at males and females aged between 11 and 24 - but check individual clubs for details.
Holiday Zone is a listing of activities to keep young people active during the school holidays. Some are run by the local authorities and others by private providers and community clubs.
This strategy identifies ways that groups that work with children and young people can contribute to a shared vision for ensuring Norfolk's children get the best possible experience in sport, physical education, and physical activity
Just One Norfolk:
Just One Norfolk is the new NHS health advice website for families with young children to help parents quickly gain the information needed to ensure children live healthy lifestyles. Download the reference sheet below for hints and tips.
Quick reference sheet JUST ONE NORFOLK.pdf converted (PDF, 926 Kb)
This strategy was the precursor to Active Futures from 2015-2017.
The sport and PE strategy was developed between Active Norfolk, Norfolk County Council Children's Services, Public Health, Local Authorities, School Sports Partnerships, early years settings, primary and secondary schools and further/higher education institutions.
The strategy outlined 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."
Here you will find information and support for schools to help them to deliver high quality PE and sport. This section brings together local and national information, resources, policy and updates as well as links to providers and organisations that can offer support.