Get Set, the official Olympic and Paralympic education programme in the UK, have launch their latest initiative 'Get Set to Plan Your Legacy', which is funded by the Department for Education.
A new Primary Literacy Framework has been produced by the leading charity the Youth Sport Trust.
Further education and sixth form colleges across the country have been invited to bid for a share of £5.8 million from Sport England's Further Education Activation Fund.
Leading Sport for Development charity Sported has just celebrated the one year anniversary of its Northern Ireland launch by rolling out its Sportworks measurement tool during a special event at the Ulster Rugby headquarters in Ravenhill, Belfast.
The School Games has given children's sports in the UK a massive boost with latest figures showing nearly 5.5 million school children now eligible to compete; marking a huge increase of over 1.5 million from last year.
Sport England's Satellite Clubs initiative, which is designed to make it easier for young people to get into and stay in sport once they leave school, now has over 1,000 clubs up and running within the first year of launching.
A new study into PE training for primary school teachers has revealed that Britain is missing the opportunity to develop the nation's young people through sport and therefore the chance to create a real, lasting legacy from the London 2012 Olympic…
Over 102,000 students have now tried sport in the past year as part of Sport England's Active Universities programme meaning that the initiative has now surpassed its initial target by more than 20,000.
The Sported Foundation has been awarded Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games legacy status by Glasgow City Council for its Legacy Mentors Project.
Booking have now opened for the British Heart Foundation National Centre for Physical Activity and Health Annual Conference 2013,which takes place on November 21st in Berkshire.