Active Oxfordshire News

Active Oxfordshire selected as a Regional Mind Network Hub

Posted: Tue, 19 Nov 2019 11:53

Active Oxfordshire selected as a Regional Mind Network Hub

The mental health charity Mind has today announced the launch of nine new Regional Networks to help more people with mental health problems engage with physical activity. By linking up local organisations... Read More »

Tags: Mental Health, Mind, Oxfordshire Mind, Physical Activity

We Are Undefeatable Campaign

Posted: Wed, 02 Oct 2019 12:37

We Are Undefeatable Campaign

The 29th August saw the launch of the We Are Undefeatable campaign by Sport England in partnership with the Richmond Group of charities. The aim of the campaign was to help, inspire and support those with... Read More »

Tags: Campaign, GO Active, Physical Activity, Sport, Sport England

New Chair of Trustees appointed at Active Oxfordshire

Posted: Fri, 30 Aug 2019 14:52

New Chair of Trustees appointed at Active Oxfordshire

We are delighted to confirm the appointment of Alan Webb as our new Chair of Trustees here at Active Oxfordshire. Alan will replace Keith Johnston, who is stepping down after having served a seven year... Read More »

Tags: Board

We are recruiting!

Posted: Sat, 10 Aug 2019 08:17

We are recruiting!

We've got two exciting opportunities to join our team open for applications. Read More »

Tags: Jobs, Physical Activity, Sport

Youth Activator X2

Posted: Mon, 08 Jul 2019 13:37

Youth Activator X2

The Job: The role is working across Cherwell District Council to deliver a wide range of sport and physical activity opportunities for 5 – 18 year old.

The role will engage with a broad range of young... Read More »

Tags: Jobs, Physical Activity, Youth Activator, Youth Sport

Change4Life and Disney launch new 10 Minute Shake Up activities to get primary school pupils more active every day

Posted: Mon, 08 Jul 2019 09:46

Change4Life and Disney launch new 10 Minute Shake Up activities to get primary school pupils more active every day

Teachers can make a difference to pupils' wellbeing by implementing fun physical activity across the school day

Evidence from a recent Public Health England report, suggests that there is a strong association between being physically active and academic performance, learning and attention, within a school setting – the building blocks for a successful future.[1] Read More »

Tags: Physical Activity, Youth Sport

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