Active Lives: Children and Young People Survey

Active Lives: Children and Young People Survey

Active Suffolk is working with schools in Suffolk to conduct the new Active Lives: Children and Young People Survey.

The world- leading survey will measure young people's involvement and attitudes towards physical activity and sport across the whole country, providing a world-leading approach on gathering data on how children engage with sport and physical activity. This survey is supported by Sport England, the Department of Health, the Department of Education and the Department of Digital, Media, Culture and Sport.

Each term, a number of schools are randomly selected to take part in the survey, with the aim of getting 100,000 children and young people in Years 1 to 11 to complete it each academic year across England.

Check out the reports from previous years:

CYP Active Lives Survey Data for Suffolk 2017-18

CYP Active Lives Survey National Data 2017-18

Schools randomly selected in Suffolk for the term ahead

Local Authority

School Type

School name

Babergh

Primary

Acton CEVC Primary School

Primary

East Bergholt CEVC Primary School

Primary

Hadleigh Community Primary School

Secondary

Ipswich High School

Secondary

Ormiston Sudbury Academy

Secondary

Thomas Gainsborough School

East Suffolk

Primary

Bucklesham Primary School

Primary

Ilketshall St Lawrence School

Secondary

Farlingaye High School

Secondary

Felixstowe Academy

Secondary

Thomas Mills High School

Secondary

Woodbridge School

Ipswich

Primary

Gusford Community Primary School

Primary

Halifax Primary School

Primary

Springfield Infant School and Nursery

Secondary

Chantry Academy

Secondary

Stoke High School (Ormiston Academy)

Mid Suffolk

Primary

Cedars Park CP School

Primary

Elmswell CP School

Primary`

Stradbrooke CEVC Primary

Secondary

Claydon High School

Secondary

Stowupland High School

West Suffolk

Primary

Glade Academy

Primary

Laureate Community Academy

Primary

Serbert Wood CP School

Secondary

Glade Academy

Secondary

Mildenhall College Academy

Secondary

Newmarket Academy

Secondary

Stour Valley Community School

If your school has not been selected to complete the Active Lives Survey you can still take part in the survey, however the sports equipment incentives will be unavailable for these schools, although they will receive the bespoke report as well as the Healthy Schools Rating.

Schools who participate will receive a bespoke report outlining their survey results, which will cover measures of their pupils' activity levels, physical literacy, swimming proficiency, wellbeing, self-efficacy and levels of social trust

Schools will also receive a Healthy Schools Rating to celebrate the positive actions the school is delivering. Please follow the URL for further information on the Healthy Schools Rating Scheme

Schools will also £100 worth of sports equipment from ESPO's Incentive Brochure.

Once a school has reached the minimum number of responses required, Sport England will notify ESPO that the school is eligible for its incentive. The school will then be contacted by ESPO regarding their incentive.

Finally, each school that takes part will be given a bespoke report summarising their own results from the survey.

Click here for more information on the Active Lives Survey: Children and Young People and for more information about how your Suffolk school could get involved, contact Tom Wright using the details below.

Oliver Ambrose

Oliver Ambrose

Assistant Co-ordinator (Community Sport & Physical Activity)

Active Suffolk

Address
C/O East Suffolk Council, East Suffolk House, Station Road, Melton, Woodbridge, Suffolk, IP12 1RT
Telephone
01394 444732