Young Active Healthy -
Towards an Active Derbyshire

Young Active Healthy – Towards an Active Derbyshire: A Physical Activity and Sport Framework for Young People 2017 -2021 sets out the overarching vision, context and strategic priorities for the framework before outlining the challenge and contribution that can be made to the Government's five Sporting Future outcomes. The framework highlights the cost of inactivity and the benefits of being active. The UK physical activity guidelines and influences of physical activity for young people are also considered.

To work towards the vision of helping young people in Derbyshire engage in more active and healthy lives, there are five delivery themes, 27 cross-cutting outcomes and 13 advocacy and communication actions. The outcomes are to guide the work of those involved in the planning and delivery of physical activity and sport, including physical education, but do not include every action for every agency. Progress will be considered against seven national and four Derbyshire key performance indicators. However, success will come from organisations and individuals endorsing the plan, committing resources and playing a part in its delivery.

The full framework and the executive summary documents can be found below.

There are also two supporting films which follow Georgia during an active day at school and Emma enjoying an active day outside of school. Take a look and consider how you can make your day more active...

Please contact Naomi Jones on 07880 316006 or email for more information.

Videos: Getting #YoungActiveHealthy - in and out of school

10 Steps Towards an Active School

The Daily Mile in Derbyshire

Young Active Healthy Framework

Young Active Healthy Films

DSSA Active Schools of the Year 2016-17
- Case Studies