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Team Activ are a not for profit organisation that combines a great philosophy with a huge breadth of experience. Our goal is to help drive a society-wide change in how sporting activity is used. We believe Physical Education can and should play a wider role in our communities & businesses and we work hard with Schools to improve standards and better coordinate the teaching of PE.

Our philosophy is Education based, not Sport based, it’s about educating people to change their behaviour whether that’s as an individual or as part of a team, sport can be the perfect vehicle for that process. Our recent success in local and national awards is proving that our approach works and can make a real and lasting difference to individual people, schools, businesses and communities.

Could I just say as well that it was a great advertisement for school sport and Team Activ, one of the best children’s matches I’ve ever seen. If that wasn’t showing how well the children are getting into competitive sport, nothing will! 

From our point of view the league and  the way it has been organised has been a great success.

 

Churchfields Primary School 

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Year 5/6 Rounders at Netherwood ALC

21st May 2015 By Clare Kaye

It was a brilliant day for rounders at Netherwood ALC, with 15 teams coming to take part in the year 5/6 qualifiers. 6 teams from this event went through to the next stages. We had some college leaders running this event as part of an assessment. They went through all […]

Year 5/6 Rounders at Penistone Grammar School

19th May 2015 By Clare Kaye

It was a wet and windy day at Penistone Grammar School for the year 5/6 Rounders competition. With 11 teams battling it out for a place in the final. It was not the best of conditions for the people taking part with wind and rain at times making it difficult […]

Year 3/4 Orienteering at Cannon Hall

13th May 2015 By Clare Kaye

We had a great turn out with 653 children turning up to the Orienteering at Cannon Hall on Friday. There were children from Year 3/4 who came down to find their way around the park in teams. It was a great day with sunshine throughout the day. The children really […]