At the Chesterfield SSP, we support the national Change 4 Life programme which is designed to increase physical activity levels among the least active pupils by creating an exciting and inspirational environment to get them moving.
At the Chesterfield School Sport Partnership, we work in partnership with Sustrans, Derbyshire County Council and Wheely Fun Wheels to deliver the Active Travel programme. After spotting a gap in the fitness initiatives targeted at children, the partnership developed this programme to encourage more children to travel more actively.
Derbyshire Sport was granted £60,000 from Derbyshire County Council Aiming High Capital Grants fund to develop 3 inclusive cycling HUBs across the county. Chesterfield SSP agreed to act as the partner organisation with Derbyshire Sport to establish the Chesterfield Wheels for All hub in partnership with Chesterfield Borough Council and local delivery partner Wheely Fun […]
The satellite clubs intervention is a key part of Sport England’s Youth and Community Sport Strategy 2012-17, and aims to undertake transformational change in the way that young people are supported from school, college and other relevant settings into community sport – creating a sporting habit for life. The vision of the satellite clubs intervention is […]
Sportivate is a £56 million Lottery funded London 2012 legacy project that gives more young people the chance to discover a sport that they love. The programme gives 14-25 year-olds who are not particularly sporty access to six-to-eight weeks’ of free or subsidised coaching in a range of sports. There’s a wide range of activities […]
On behalf of Brookfield Community School, Chesterfield School Sport Partnership lead the Project Ability programme in Derbyshire. The aim of Project Ability is to have more young disabled pupils taking part in competitive sport. Through a range of interventions and activities, lead schools delivering Project Ability will support schools to improve and extend their provision […]
Bikeability is ‘cycling proficiency’ for the 21st century, designed to give the next generation the skills and confidence to ride their bikes on today’s roads. Bikeability, funded by the Department of Transport (DfT), is designed to give youngsters the skills and confidence to ride, especially on roads. The programme also aims to sustain participation in cycling activity in England.