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#MySportyStory is here!

Kent Sport is running a new campaign to tell the story of how being active and sporty makes young people feel. Does it make them happy, euphoric, content, confident, or maybe even a little bit scared and frustrated?

Kent Sport are looking for great examples of projects, programmes, clubs and schools that make sport and physical activity fun and accessible in new and exciting ways. They want to help tell the story that sport and physical activity can appeal to all types of children and celebrate the positive impact it can have on their lives.

As part of the campaign, Kent Sport are travelling around the county visiting projects and events that are successfully engaging children and young people in new ways.

The team has created the #MySportyStory “Emoji Frame”, a really fun twist on the hugely popular

selfie frames that everyone loves to have their photo taken with at special events. The twist is that children can pick from a range of emojis to explain how taking part in sport and physical activity makes them feel, and stick them to the frame for their photo, giving them a visual way to tell their own sporty story.

Kent Sport are also looking for opportunities to photograph, film and write about great sporty stories, in the hope of inspiring Kent’s next generation to get active.

If you’re doing something fun, engaging or innovative to help get children and young people active and would like to get involved with the campaign, get in touch with the Kent Sport team by emailing, or visit for more information.

Would you like to be able to offer your pupils something out of the ordinary?

NEW FOR 2016 - Archery Teachers Award How long is the course?

Why attend?

The course is delivered over two days, 9-5pm

What is it? The Archery GB Teacher Award is an entry-level training course for qualified teachers. It prepares teachers to deliver fun, safe sessions for pupils.

What are the pre-requisites?

 No previous Archery experience is required

 You need to be a qualified Teacher or working towards a QTS status.

By attending, Teachers will be able to;  Add variety and breadth to your sporting offer

 Include within extra-curricular and enrichment programmes.

 Archery is part of the School Games, Satellite Club and Club-Links Programmes.

Upcoming Courses in Kent:

Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th June. To book a place or to

potentially organise a course, please contact Sport Structures on: 0845 241 7195.

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