On Tuesday 29 March, the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, Sajid Javid, set out the next steps for living with COVID-19 in England from Friday 1 April.
Updated guidance advises:
For education and childcare settings from Friday 1 April:
At SGS College we believe in the benefits of being involved in Sport, especially for our learners Physical, Mental, Emotional and Social Wellbeing.
The main aim of the SGS Active programme was to get as many SGS College students involved in Sport as possible.
This academic year (22-23) the project has undertaken a process of evolution to not only encourage our learners to consider participating in active-based initiatives but to create sustained consideration of leading a healthy lifestyle after the duration of their study programme is complete.
We recognise that “Sport” or “PE” could have negative connotations for our learners especially from previous experiences. The aim of SGS Active is to promote an active lifestyle by transforming unpleasant sporting experiences into motivational, enjoyable and inclusive ones.
SGS Active caters for all groups, across all sites, and all abilities. The programme is mailable in its delivery and can be rolled out on a weekly, monthly or termly basis, embedding active into curriculum areas and extra-curriculum learning.
SGS Active is a programme that runs alongside the SGS+ Framework. It is made up of themed months that develop our learners personal and social skills through the medium of Sport and Physical Activity.
The SGS Girl can is designed to get as many female students at SGS College active as possible.
In September 2020 SGS College was recognised as an AoC Sport inclusion hub. As part of this commitment SGS college gives learners equal access to opportunities to be physically active and lead healthy lifestyles.
For more information on any of these projects please contact: [email protected]
For more information on any of these projects, please contact [email protected].