It’s worth noting that there are currently no Public Health commissioned physical activity programmes in the borough. In terms of mainstream sport and leisure provision,…
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What works well – Prevention?
What works well – Treatment?
What have we got now?
Physical Activity Guidelines
Current National Strategies
Risk factors of inactivity
Bexley Picture – Adults
How are Bexley residents active?
Bexley Picture – Children and Young people (Under 16s)
High Risk Groups in Bexley
Addressing Inactivity – What works
Examples of successful programmes
Identification and Engagement with Inactive People in Bexley
Future Needs Assessment
Service Gaps & Recommendations
National examples of successful programmes Let’s Get Moving – a behaviour change programme based on NICE recommendations which endorse the importance of physical activity as…
NICE Physical Activity Guidelines The National Institute of Clinical Excellence and Health (NICE) produces recommendations on pathways for physical activity and actions that encourage people…
Although anyone can be inactive, there are some groups who are traditionally less likely to take part in activity including: Women and girls People from…
The last National PE and School Sport Survey completed in Bexley (2009/10) aimed to measure the take-up of 3-hours of high-quality PE and out-of-hours school…
The introduction of new measures within the Active Lives survey means that we can now access information on other activities with the physical activity framework…
Active Lives has been used throughout this chapter as the measure for physical activity. It is the new measure adopted by Sport England and the…
People who are insufficiently active have a 20-30% increased of risk of death compared to people who engage in at least 30 minutes of moderate…
HM Government Dec 2015 Sporting Future: A New Strategy for an Active Nation Looks beyond participation to redefine what success looks like, concentrating on 5…
Physical activity is defined as any bodily movement produced by skeletal muscles that requires energy expenditure. (World Health Organisation (WHO)). The physical activity framework includes…