28 young leaders from Chesterfield, Bolsover and North East School Sport Partnerships took part in our North Derbyshire Step into Sport Conference. The young leaders, joined by Sports Leaders from Chesterfield College, learned a great deal about social inclusion and how to take their skills back to school and run events of their own. Chesterfield was represented by Springwell Community College, St Mary’s Catholic High School and Chesterfield College. Continue reading
The National Health Service have launched the One You campaign to help people make healthier lifestyle choices in the modern world. They recognise that modern life can be hectic and people often have little time to exercise or choose the healthy option. This new campaign aims to educate and encourage people to be healthier by making small changes to daily life. Continue reading
The Midlands Indoor Rowing Championships are fast approaching and it’s time to sign up! After great success at the North Derbyshire Indoor Rowing competitions, we hope that a number of Chesterfield students want to take part. However, there are races for adults too so there’s no excuse to miss out.
713 Infants and Primary School children from across Chesterfield wowed capacity crowds at the Winding Wheel Theatre over our two-day 2016 Primary Dance Festival.
Over 1000 spectators were treat to 34 performances from 27 schools across the four sessions. Continue reading
Derbyshire County Cricket Club has been successful in its bid for Derby to be a host city at the 2017 ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) announced that Derby will be one of five venues across England to host fixtures at next summer’s world cup.
The Club hopes the global sporting event will inspire young women across the county. Continue reading
Dedication to Physical Education sees Walton Holymoorside achieve national prize Continue reading
Cerebral Palsy Sport is the country’s leading national disability sports organisation supporting people with cerebral palsy to reach their sporting potential.
They aim to increase sporting participation among people who suffer with Cerebral Palsy. Exercise and physical activity are important for everyone’s health and those with illnesses should not have to miss out. Continue reading
Over 65 Key Stage 2 children from 18 schools across Chesterfield, North East Derbyshire and Bolsover took part in today’s Change 4 Life Champions Conference.
It was the second of our two Change 4 Life Conferences this academic year and was held in collaboration with the Bolsover and North East Derbyshire School Sport Partnerships.
The event began with an introduction from Change 4 Life Athlete Mentor and former Team GB Volleyball captain, Ben Pipes. Continue reading
British Blind Sport, the National Disability Sport Organisation committed to enhancing and improving sport and physical activity for people living with sight loss, has announced the publication of its fifth Educational Resource. British Blind Sport (BBS) supports and provides people with a visual impairment (VI) with the opportunity to participate in sport. Continue reading