Fit, Fed and Read Update
We are working constantly to adapt to the ever changing COVID-19 pandemic. Whilst the situation keeps changing with uncertain outcomes we are pushing forward to deliver Fit, Fed and Read this summer in accordance with government advice . This summers project will look different to previous years but still aims to offer a high quality physical activity programme including support with literacy and a nutritious meal every day free of charge.
To best prepare ourselves if we are able to offer a face to face delivery in the summer we have opened up 2020 Summers registration . Please use the link below to register your child for this summers programme.
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Apply for a Sports Apprenticeship with HSP
The Herts Sports and Physical Activity Partnership is recruiting 10 Community Sport and Health Officer Apprentices, to help plan and deliver programmes of sport and physical activity in Hertfordshire’s most socially deprived communities.
The apprenticeships – which it is hoped will be a stepping stone to a future Degree Apprenticeship at the university, or into permanent employment – will provide successful candidates with an ideal opportunity to carve out a career in sports development and to also make a difference to some of Hertfordshire’s most disadvantaged communities.
Find out more here: https://sportinherts.org.uk/educationandemployment/apprenticeships/
Interested in creating a summer holiday support programme for children in your local community?
Not sure where to start?
If so then the following information is exactly what you need!
The Herts Sport and Physical Activity Partnership (HSP) is hosting a webinar to demonstrate everything you need to know about setting up your own local offer; drawing on the success of StreetGames’ Fit and Fed campaign. Both this and HSPs own Fit, Fed & Read projects combat the negative effects of school holidays experienced by vulnerable children regarding hunger, isolation and inactivity.
The webinar will include presentations on how to address fundraising, training, food (access and education), physical activities, monitoring and evaluation, and marketing your project. Following the webinar attendees will also be directed towards a menu of available resources to support you and your ideas.
Date: Thursday 2 July 2020
Time: 2 to 3.30pm
How to join:
The webinar will take place on Zoom, attendees must book their place in advance and can do so here or use Meeting ID: 832 6866 0100.
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