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Inspiring Youngsters to Get Active and Stay Active Through PE and School Sport

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In this Podcast, Great Torrington School's Zoe Robertson explains more about her passion to see young people simply enjoy physical activity.
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Devon School Games Events for Children and Young People to Attend: Details Here

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These fun event days for schools across Devon, aim to provide every child with a positive experience in a great environment.

Help Make Every Movement Count for Devon’s Early Years Children

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If you work in an Early Years setting in Devon we’re keen to learn about your experiences to help us shape our future support for you.

Street Games: Breaking Down Barriers for Young People and Creating Opportunties

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This podcast explores work to support young people through sport and physical activity in some of the most underserved communities.
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Children and Parents Keeping Active Whilst Home Educating

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We've been talking with parents in Devon about how best to support their children to be physically active whilst being home educated.

Active Lives Survey Children and Young People Webinar

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This webinar was hosted by the CYP team at Active Devon. It supports schools with information about how and why to take part.

Parents and Children Active Together with the RFU Families Fund

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A fantastic initiative through England Rugby and Active Devon brings families together to get active and have lots of fun.
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Summertime Activity Ideas for Children and Parents to Enjoy Together

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We've put together this useful toolkit packed with lots of activity ideas, top tips, places in Devon to explore and fun things to do!

Inspiring Young People through the School Games

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Watch the School Games film and find out how young people are inspired by taking part in Devon events.

Making Waves Together: From First Dip to Water Safety

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Find out more about the Plymouth project that encourages youngsters and the families to get out on the water.