Playground to Podium

Moving Surrey Forward - afternoon workshops

Click on the relevant presentation below to view the slides from the afternoon workshops at Moving Surrey Forward, the physical activity conference for 2019.

Thank you once again to the presenters who gave up their time on the day, and allowed us to share their slide decks. Click on the title to access each presentation.

Main Auditorium Presentations (combined) - Afternoon

  • Diana Moran, The Green Goddess
  • Naomi Shearon, Strategic Lead for Behaviour Change, Sport England
  • Professor Rosie Meek, Head of the School of Law, Royal Holloway University London

Diana Moran on HMS Brazen video:

Otago (over 65's strength & balance class) video:

Sport England's Local Delivery Pilots video:

Afternoon Workshops

Finding a different path (No central presentation)

Insight gathered by StreetGames on their Youth Crime Programme -

Party Parliamentary report into the benefits of boxing for youth crime prevention -

Interested in collaborating with Active Surrey? Read about Satellite Clubs and contact Patrick Culligan.

Chaired by Professor Rosie Meek, this was a panel discussion involving representatives from Street Games, Harlequins Foundation, England Boxing and the Office of Surrey's Police and Crime Commissioner. Experts were asked questions as they discussed the role physical activity can play in reducing crime and aiding rehabilitation.

Active design principles

A must for those involved in planning, learn from Owen Neal at Sport England about Active Design (AD) and how communities can be adapted to encourage physical activity. Developed in partnership with Public Health England, the workshop explores the 10 principles Of AD in more detail; highlights its role in supporting national strategy; and looks at some real life AD success stories.

Moving mums; improving women's wellbeing - Sport England (Lisa O'Keefe)

Combining insight from Lisa O'Keefe (Sport England's Head of Insight) on their This Girl Can campaign with practical examples from local activators Claire Murray, Kim Johnson, and Youthbox.

Moving mums; improving women's wellbeing - Claire Murray

Moving mums; improving women's wellbeing - Kim Johnson

Moving mums; improving women's wellbeing - Youthbox

Sport England Video Links:

Slide 7 -

Slide 38 -

Slide 39 -

Everyone's included (in partnership with Surrey Coalition of Disabled People)

Led by Helen Newberry from Activity Alliance, delegates were invited to help shape a new strategy aimed at increasing participation in physical activity by disabled people, and pledge their support.