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A Day in the Life of Ethos

  • Written by Isabel Hughes on Wednesday 26 July 2017 in the category Kids Camps.
A Day in the Life of Ethos

For children, the summer holidays – and resulting loss of routine – can often lead to increased inactivity, perceived television addictions, and general laziness. Fit For Sport is encouraging the next generation to lead healthy, active lifestyles, and I was fortunate enough to grasp an insider’s look into the infamous Ethos Camp, located in Imperial College London’s state-of-the-art sports centre, blogging about it to further inform our parents about what we do!

A Healthy Active Summer – Key For All Families

During the long summer holidays children can often be guilty of slumping into a routine of staying up later than usual and getting a little lazy if they are not engaging in fun daily activities. Therefore, it’s key for parents to understand that although school holidays are important for children to have a little rest time, it’s equally vital to keep them healthy and active on a daily basis.

Fit For Sport secure Finalists place for ukactive Flame Awards 2017 ‘Supplier of the Year’ and ‘Shaping Young Lives’

Fit For Sport secure Finalists place for ukactive Flame Awards 2017 ‘Supplier of the Year’ and ‘Shaping Young Lives’

The UK’s leading experts in educating and engaging children and young people through physical activity, Fit For Sport, have been shortlisted for the prestigious ukactive Flame Awards in the categories of ‘Supplier of the Year’ and ‘Shaping Young Lives’.

New Healthy Active Schools System delivers much-needed ‘School Activities and Fitness Levels Report’

PRESS RELEASE: January 31, 2017: today’s launch of the Healthy Active Schools System - an online activity measurement tool for schools – is meeting demand from parents and Government to track, measure and report on children’s activity levels at schools.

Why every child can keep active regardless of deprivation

Startling statistics have revealed that a shocking 40% of kids living in deprived areas have been measured as overweight or obese in the last year, compared to 27% in the most affluent areas. Every child deserves the opportunity to be healthy regardless of their family’s financial background and although there can be restraints due to deprivation, staying active doesn’t have to be costly, in fact, more often than not it’s completely free.

Poor physical activity levels being overlooked as cause of child obesity crisis

There is no questioning that the importance of eating the right foods, cutting out high sugary snacks and reducing screen-time are all paramount to helping combat the rise in children’s health problems. However, we are in the deep midst of a childhood obesity crisis in the UK and the contributing factors are endless, but the importance of encouraging children to partake in more daily physical activity needs to be taken more seriously.

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