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Active Norfolk

Active Norfolk work to improve and increase opportunities for people in Norfolk to be active and take part in sports. Support can be offered to all ages to help lead a healthy and active lifestyle. 

*Click here* to visit the Active Norfolk website.

  • The aim of the Daily Mile is to improve the physical, emotional and social health and wellbeing of children – no matter what of age or personal circumstances.

    Any primary school can implement the daily mile. This involves nursery and primary aged children running, walking or jogging for 15 minutes every day. It improves not only the children's fitness, but also their concentration levels, mood, behaviour and general wellbeing.

    The Daily Mile is simple and free, making children fitter, healthier, and more able to concentrate in the classroom.

    *Click here* to find out more and get your school involved.

  • *Click here* to find out more about the Active Futures scheme for Children and Young People in Norfolk, or download the active futures document below. 

  • Active Norfolk offers support for school's PE and sport. 

    *Click here* to find out more about coaches, teacher training and Norfolk school games.

    Or get involved with Norfolk School Games,every year around 18,000 school children get involved with many different sports.

     

  • Active Norfolk have an online activity finder where you can find local activities and clubs for your child to attend during school holiday.

    *Click here* to take a look.

     

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