The Active 30 Durham Campaign aims to support schools in County Durham to reach the Physical Activity Guidelines of every child participating in 30 minutes of moderate to vigorous intensity activity every day at school.
Let us know what you think of the information on the County Durham Sport Active 30 Hub by filling in our feedback form!
ACTIVE 30 RESOURCES
Further information regarding County Durham Sport's activities and projects involving children and young people can be found via the below links.
ACTIVE NORTH EAST
Active North East is a brand new school children and families TV show on Tyne & Wear TV – Freeview Channel 7.
ACTIVE 30 CAMPAIGN BOOKLET
The Active 30 campaign builds on the Active 30 programme to embed physical activity and wellbeing into young people’s lives.
ACTIVE AT HOME
Schools and parents / carers have a role to play in supporting children to move more throughout each day. The UK Chief Medical Officer’s guidelines provide recommendations on the frequency, intensity, duration and types of physical activity at different life stages, from early to later years.
GET ACTIVE IN THE HOLIDAYS
It's time to step away from the screen and get active in the holidays.
ACTIVE 30 SCHOOLS
The Government Childhood Obesity Plan has set out the ambition for all children to achieve 60 minutes of physical activity every day, with schools being responsible for delivering 30 of these active minutes. The Active 30 Durham Campaign aims to help schools in County Durham support every pupil to participate in 30 minutes of moderate to vigorous intensity activity every day at school
ACTIVE 30 FEEDBACK
Let us know what you think of the resources and support in the Active 30 Hub.
ACTIVE 30 RESOURCES / CASE STUDY
Active 30 would love to encourage more young people to create games and other ideas to get more young people moving more. If your school would like to design some games to feature on the hub, please click here to complete the resource template.
Active 30 would love to hear how your schools have been using the resources and what your schools have been doing in schools. Please click here to complete our case study template.