Moving Surrey Forward (physical activity conference)
Keeping physically activity is increasingly regarded as a key component in improving peoples' mental health, wellbeing and life chances. If you're a professional working in health, planning, leisure or local government, read more about the Moving Surrey Forward conference on April 2 at Royal Holloway.
Head Teacher and School Governor Breakfast Seminar
This free event for head teachers and governors illustrated how they might boost the attainment and behaviour of their pupils through simple behavioural changes, designed to build physical activity into the school day.
It took place on 3 December 2018. You can review the keynote presentation from Dr William Bird CBE on the dangers of sedentary lifestyles, as well as watch a short video report on the PALSS webpage.
Active Schools Conference
Back in November 2018, the latest Active Schools Conference investigated how the emotional wellbeing of pupils can be boosted, and specifically the part that daily physical activity has to play.
The keynote presentarion came from Dr Zoe Williams, physical activity champion and presenter of BBC's 'Trust Me, I'm a Doctor', with guest speaker and Commonwealth gold paratriathlete Jade Jones-Hall.