Sportivate is a new Sport England Lottery funded programme and is part of the wider Sport England 2012 legacy plan - Places People Play.
Sportivate will run from 1 April 2011 – 31 March 2015. Nationally a total of £32million will be invested over a 4 year period.
Sportivate aims to engage the “semi sporty” 14-25 year olds – those who may need a bit of encouragement to do more – i.e. not heavily involved. Over the 4 years, the programme aims to retain at least 300,000 14 – 25 yearolds in regular sports activities for a period of at least 6 weeks, with at least 100,000 still active after 3 months of their particular programme coming to an end.
The current sportivate applications are closed. More information will be posted later this year for the 2012/13 application process.
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Partnership Development Manager
Telephone: 01246 565825
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Date: 4th November 2014
Time: 15:00 PM - 17:00 PM
Date: 5th November 2014
Time: 13:00 PM - 15:00 PM
Date: 5th November 2014
Time: 16:00 PM - 17:30 PM
Gold Young Ambassador, Lauren Gallagher has been selected to attend the Youth Sport Trust National Young Coaches and Officials Academy as an Official Mentor. Her role will include the following responsibilities:Read article
Derbyshire Schools' Sports Association have released their Annual Report for 2013-14. The report featues DSSA sports section results, SSP data for 2013/14 (see page 34 for Chesterfield) and the Derbyshire School Games championship results.Read article
October half term saw 37 young leaders from across Chesterfield and North East Derbyshire take part in 3 NGB leadership courses. These included Netball Youth Umpire, Boccia Young Leaders Award and Badminton Junior Helpers Award.Read article
Made possible through funding from the FA Disability Football Development Fund and North Derbyshire Disability Sports Network Chesterfield FC Community Trust have launched the Spireite-Ability Sports Programme.Read article
The Small School Mini Soccer Final took place at Springwell Community College on Wednesday 22 October on the all weather pitches. Forty children representing Christchurch, Cutthorpe, Holme Hall and Temple Normanton played 3 matches.Read article
The Girls Mini Soccer Final took place at Springwell Community College on Wednesday 22 October. It was encouraging to see the standard of football throughout the competition.Read article
The Chesterfield Mini Soccer Final took place at Springwell Community College on Wednesday 22 October. Seven teams from Chesterfield had qualified through earlier rounds and were all competing to become the 2014/15 Chesterfield Champions.Read article