After-school satellite clubs
An additional £2 million investment from us to create 400 new after-school satellite clubs to get more young people in disadvantaged areas active.
The Department for Education (DfE) committing £2.5m to deliver extra training for PE teachers, help schools open their facilities at weekends and holidays, and expand sports volunteering programmes.
Opportunities to get active
A new Inspection Framework, developed between Ofsted and DfE, that will see schools expected to give children a broad, balanced education, including opportunities to get active during the school day and through extracurricular activities.
A series of regional pilots, joint-funded by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport and DfE, through us, to trial innovative approaches to getting more young people active – particularly less active groups such as girls and those from disadvantaged backgrounds.
Competitive sport and volunteering
Schools and sports clubs will work together to share their facilities and expertise, giving more pupils access to character-building competitive sport and volunteering opportunities. They will focus on ensuring boys and girls have an equal and coordinated offer of sport, competition and activity, including modern PE lessons and access to high-quality clubs and competitions after school and during weekends and holidays.