Get Berkshire Active is involved in several programmes to support young people of Berkshire with exciting and affordable physical activity experience.
Facts and Figures
There are more than 235000 young people in Berkshire aged 0-18 years with inactivity level varied from 27%-35% depending on area (less than 30 min per day)
Join activities in your area that are a part of Get Berkshire Active programmes.
Building Better Opportunities
Building Better Opportunities is an exciting collaboration that aims to meet the needs of people living in East Berkshire, who remain the most excluded from the workforce. This project embeds the Supported Employment model within all its practice and all partners have signed up to this vision.
A programme funded by Sport England that aims to encourage community sports clubs, groups and physical activity providers to run outposts of their clubs in new community settings. Satellite clubs make it easier for young people to get active by providing regular opportunities that are enjoyable, appealing and convenient. They are more importantly, based on our young people's needs.
National School Sport Week 24-28 June 2019
Join the Youth Sport Trust (YST) and schools up and down the country to mark a week-long celebration of the power of Physical Education and school sport to improve young people's wellbeing.
YST's awareness week with a theme of 'Five Ways to Wellbeing' will join schools, teachers, parents, young people and others across the country to show why PE and sport should be considered an essential part of the curriculum alongside Maths and English.
- NSSW 2019 School Resource Pack (PDF, 8.9 Mb)
Learn about 5 ways of wellbeing to help young people experience getting active, connecting, giving back, taking notice and learning.
This Girl Can
In October 2018 This Girl Can has launched a new phase of its award-winning campaign that's working to drive down the gender gap in sport. #FitGotReal aims to build on the campaign's achievements so far, as well as specifically reaching out to women of backgrounds and ethnicities who feel left behind by traditional exercise.
Whether you run a class, club or leisure centre, or are just on a one-person mission to help women you know and care about find their way to get active, there's something for you in our This Girl Can Supporter's Toolkit.
Project 500 is a campaign to address the imbalance in the number of male to female coaches, creating a more diverse workforce to drive the growth of female participation in sport. It has seen over 500 female coaches recruited, developed and deployed across the seven South East counties.
Activate Britwell provides physical activity opportunities and life-changing experiences to young people living in the area. If you want to become more active, learn new skills and meet new people, join us!