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Active Young People

The Active Young People (AYP) team work with primary, secondary schools and local sports clubs across Swansea and are responsible for providing a variety of exciting sport and physical activity opportunities for young people aged between 5 and 16 years, as part of their school extra-curricular programmes and within their local communities.

Sports Wales

According to the most recent Sport Wales School Sport Survey (2015) in Wales, 48.8% of secondary pupils and 47.4% of primary pupils in Swansea take part in organised activity other than in curriculum time (i.e. Extra- curricular or club sport) on three or more occasions per week. The Vision for Sport in Wales refers to this as being 'hooked on sport'.

AYP Swansea would like to see every Child Hooked on Sport for Life and there are several Sport Wales funded programmes that help us achieve this.

5x60

5 x 60

Pupils across Wales are experiencing a new and inventive way of taking part in Sport and Physical Activity in Swansea

Active Young People Coordinators

Find your local AYP Coordinators

Dragon Sports and Multiskills

Dragon Sport & Multi Skills

What is Dragon Multi-Skills & Sport?

Play to Learn

A resource which is aimed at 3-7 year olds, Play to Learn provides an introduction to the fundamental physical skills in a holistic way which is fun and engaging.

Young Ambassadors

Young Ambassadors

Every child hooked on sport for life is an aspiration for Sport Wales.

United Nations Rights of the Child

The Active Young People team have embedded the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) into the way we work.

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