Sport England’s New Toolkit to Help Physical Activity Providers During COVID-19
Sport England has launched a new Autumn and Winter Toolkit. This will help sports and physical activity providers to assist more people to stay active during the coming months.
Sport England’s research has shown that coronavirus (COVID-19) has made it much harder for people to get active. With the colder weather and darker nights ahead of us this will be even more challenging.
The toolkit has been designed to help with the major difficulties that activity providers are facing due to the coronavirus pandemic. And it is packed with resources and insight that will support both individuals and organisations.
How the Toolkit Can Help You
The toolkit brings together the latest advice and guidance as to what is and isn’t allowed. In addition to this it offers a range of assets to help your organisation engage with your audience. You can use the materials as they are or adapt them with local imagery and calls to action.
The toolkit also connects you to the best and most recent insight on the way people are feeling about sport and physical activity in the current climate. Plus, provides information on how you can join up with Sport England’s three existing campaigns. These are This Girl Can, We Are Undefeatable and Join the Movement.
Alongside Sport England, we believe that the power of sport and activity to support people’s physical and mental health has never been more important than it is right now.
To help you inspire and motivate the people in your communities to get active and stay active, please take a look at this toolkit. You can view it or download it by clicking on the link:
If you would also like to find out more about the toolkit, please visit the Sport England website.
“At Active Devon we passionately believe that being active is important as ever. Exercising outdoors remains one of the reasons for which people may leave their homes. However, safety is paramount, and it is crucial that everyone follows current government guidance if leaving their home to exercise. #StayActiveStaySafe.