Move More is a Sheffield-wide strategy that is being delivered by partners across the city.
The catalyst for Move More was the establishment of the National Centre of Sport and Exercise Medicine (NCSEM), which is an Olympic Legacy programme. The objective of the NCSEM in Sheffield is to create a culture of physical activity to improve the population's health. Since it began it has commissioned three locations where medical intervention and physical activity are combined.
Move More wants Sheffield to become the most active City in the UK by 2020. And as a result see meaningful improvement in the health, wellbeing and quality of life of everybody living in the city.
The world we all live in doesn't make being physically active very easy; in fact, it’s easier to move less than it is to Move More!
What might surprise you is that it you don’t have to do much to start feeling better.
We give your children a positive introduction to sport by teaching high quality football skills in a friendly, pressure-free environment.
There are four different classes tailored specifically to the needs of children between 18 months and 7 years of age.
It’s the perfect way to ignite an enthusiasm for sport that will stay with them for life.
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Middlewood Rovers JFC
An FA Charter Standard junior football club, Middlewood Rovers are based at Waverley Lane in Handsworth, Sheffield.
Formed in 1963, Middlewood Rovers have long held a respected reputation for encouraging player development and providing a safe, fun environment for children of all ages and abilities to grow and learn the game.
The club has continued to grow since being formed in 1963, gaining Charter Standard status in 2007 and being voted County Club of the Year in 2008 & 2009.
With girls football being introduced in 2007 and the Soccer School in 2012 the club now features over 15 sides ranging in age from Under 7 right through to Under 21.
Forge School Sport Partnership was originally established in 2001 as part of a Government PE and School Sport strategy to increase participation in high quality Physical Education and School Sport.
Our partnership is hosted by Handsworth Grange Community Sports College and currently includes 24 Primary Schools and 3 Secondary Schools, which means that we are providing high quality PE and Sport opportunities to over 10,000 pupils.
We firmly believe that sport and all that it encompasses truly can change the lives of young people and contribute towards raising aspirations, improving academic attainment and preparing young people to move forward in their lives.
Sport England is focused on the creation of a world-leading community sport system, investing National Lottery and Exchequer funding in organisations and projects that will grow and sustain participation in grassroots sport .
A national charity that believes every child has a right to be physically active through quality PE and school sport. There is an overwhelming amount of evidence that demonstrates how PE and school sport has the power to develop young people’s potential, helping them to be healthy and happy, succeed in life and contribute to society.