Sports 2 Life Programme
This Programme Supports
- Disengaged pupils with low confidence and self-esteem
- Engagement of the least active children in regular physical activity
- Social and emotional wellbeing in children, including building resilience, developing problem solving skills and decision making
Why Schools Should use..
This programme utilises the power of being physically active and achieving their own personal best to make positive changes to the emotional, social and mental wellbeing of young people.
Each group takes part in a bespoke 6-week or 12 week programme, designed to meet the individual needs of the group, which focuses on social, emotional and mental health through being physically active. The physical activities are not traditionally competitive; the key message is always about each young person challenging themselves to be the best they can be.
We assess children at the start and end of the programme, children will respond to a series of questions allowing for us to measure the impact of the programme. This will then be sent to schools once the 6 or 12 sessions have been completed. Alongside this, discussions each week will take place based around the key objectives of the programme with work sheets sent home and goals setting activities for the children to work on throughout the week.
Targeted groups may include those who struggle to engage, have increased anxiety, a lack of confidence or self-belief and a lack of enthusiasm towards being active.
Who is this programme for?
Children and Young People who:
Are currently inactive or disengaged with Physical Activity
Are lacking confidence in all areas of school and/or personal life
Are lacking resilience
Have a physical condition which is preventing them from fully accessing schools PE
Are struggling with weight management
Are displaying behaviour issues linked to confidence and/or resilience.