Celebrating Pride Month: Championing Inclusion in Sport

Unintentional exclusion can create long-term barriers that deter participation and stall the benefits of physical activity across society. The Sport and Recreation Alliance (Alliance) has been at the forefront of advocating for EDI matters, driving the agenda on inclusion within sport and recreation organisations for years, and we will continue to deliver our commitment in years to come.

Fifth Annual Survey Reveals Disabled People Remain Left Behind

Research from Activity Alliance has revealed disabled people are still being left behind when trying to access sports and physical activities. With a summer of sport on the horizon, including the Paralympic Games and the increased awareness it brings, the national charity is leading calls to make meaningful changes so many more disabled people can enjoy an active lifestyle.

National School Sports Week

National School Sports Week returns in June, 17-23 and is dedicated to promoting the physical, mental, and social wellbeing of children and young people through 60 minutes a day of PE, sport, and play.

Over Half of Brits Walk to Improve their Mental Health

A daily walk can reduce a person’s risk of developing heart disease, stroke, and cancer, as well as improving fitness in the long run. It’s also one of the easiest ways to socialise and stay connected to our community, helping us feel less lonely and isolated. 

Super Movers for Every Body Launched to Engage Disabled Children

Currently 1.5 million children in England have special educational needs or are disabled, but only one in four disabled children take part in physical activity at school. Super Movers for Every Body is designed to tackle this issue and get everybody moving