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The government has been forced to make a U-turn and to spend more than £400m to support vulnerable children and their families in England. Following ... More
Ukactive has called on HM Treasury to invest more in the physical activity sector, in order to increase its impact across the full breadth of ... More
The UK government is looking to create more physical activity opportunities for children by helping schools open up their facilities outside regular hours – and ... More
This year's ukactive National Summit will explore plans to shape the future of public health, the workplace and the high street. The theme for the ... More
Enjoyment is the single biggest factor in motivating children to be active – while "physically literate" children do twice as much activity. These are among ... More
ukactive has signed a three-year partnership with physical activity trade show Elevate. The "strategic alignment" between the two bodies will see ukactive help Elevate strengthen ... More
Life Fitness (UK) Ltd
Life Fitness (UK) Ltd
The figures revealed in today's Active Lives Children and Young People research have been described an "urgent wake-up call" and a "national disgrace". Published today, ... More
More than £346m in "wasted" childcare funding should be used to get children more active and fight the growing epidemic of health issues among the ... More
A major new consultation aiming to shape the future of children’s physical activity across the UK has been launched by not-for-profit health body ukactive. The ... More
A consultation launched earlier today by not-for-profit health body ukactive will look to shape future policy for children’s sport and physical activity in the UK. ... More
The ukactive Kids board has produced a new long-term strategy to tackle youth inactivity – a growing issue described as ‘a ticking time-bomb for the ... More
Structured fitness programmes have the potential to help children become more physically active, stronger and more agile than conventional PE lessons, according to the results ... More
Spa Life UK
Spa Life UK
ukactive has called for a major rethink of how children are engaged with physical activity, after new research found almost nine in ten UK parents ... More
Xercise4Less has today (8 March) kicked off an innovative new programme offering free exercise classes to children across the UK in a bid to tackle ... More
Fitness instructor Mr Motivator has said he’s on a new mission to tackle youth inactivity and believes he has the perfect solution in the form ... More
Devices such as iPhones and tablets should be harnessed to create active lifestyles for children, rather than obstruct them, according to ukactive executive director Steven ... More
Tanni Grey-Thompson has called on Public Health England (PHE) to bring added substance to its exercise initiatives by making physical activity one of its main ... More
Nuffield Health and think tank 2020health has started work with Wood Green School in Witney on a new pilot which hopes to change the way ... More
Les Mills
Les Mills
ukactive has announced that it will spearhead the UK arm of a Europe-wide initiative to help young children lead healthier lifestyles. ukactive will team up ... More
As well as being happier and fitter, children who are more physically active enjoy a range of social benefits including increased confidence and peer acceptance, ... More
Virgin Active is teaming up with the University of Bedfordshire and primary school teachers across the country to explore pioneering teaching methods and new approaches ... More
The screens and handheld devices that today’s youngsters are ‘hostages’ to should be harnessed as tools to modernise PE and increase physical activity, suggests a ... More
Fitness levels among English schoolchildren are lower than ever and still getting worse, with a new study highlighting that sedentary lifestyles are to blame rather ... More
Only half of seven-year-olds are meeting recommended physical activity guidelines of 60 minutes per day, according to a landmark ukactive report which lifts the lid ... More
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