EOC Briefing - Spring 2014 (No 21)
 | Search
News

EOC Briefing - Spring 2014 (No 21)

Author:IOL FE
Date Added:10 July 2014

EOC Briefing No 21 - Spring 2014

Download the full briefing for the full updates

GOVERNMENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • Youth Engagement Fund: prospectus

PARLIAMENT NEWS

  • All Party Parliamentary Group Primary Care and Public Health (5 June 2014) England’s Inactivity pandemic is responsible for 17% of premature deaths

OTHER NEWS

  • Well-being: New Philanthropy Capital has published Measure What You Treasure. The report on the well-being of almost 7,000 11- to 16-year olds

  • YST partners with Virgin Active to tackle black hole of youth inactivity
  • Association for Physical Education (2 June 2014) Maximising the Primary PE and Sport Premium - Poster Resources for Schools
  • GCSE and A Level Reform Consultation for Physical Education

  • The Youth Sport Trust has launched a survey into PE and school sport over concerns that there is a ‘postcode lottery’ of provision.

FUNDING


Back To News List
Join IOL now for:

Join Now

About Us

The Institute for Outdoor Learning supports practitioners and providers of Outdoor Learning. Our mission is to increase participation in outdoor learning in the UK and to recognise and improve the quality of outdoor learning in the UK. - See more at: http://www.outdoor-learning.org/Default.aspx?tabid=40#sthash.CUZDhwSj.dpuf
The Institute for Outdoor Learning supports practitioners and providers of Outdoor Learning. Our mission is to increase participation in outdoor learning in the UK and to recognise and improve the quality of outdoor learning in the UK. - See more at: http://www.outdoor-learning.org/Default.aspx?tabid=40#sthash.CUZDhwSj.dpuf
The Institute for Outdoor Learning supports individuals and organisations who use the outdoors to make a difference for others.

Our mission is to increase participation in Outdoor Learning in the UK and to recognise and improve the quality of Outdoor Learning in the UK.

By representing and lobbying on behalf of our members, both organisational and individuals, and the outdoor education and recreation sector we can help ensure the development and progression of outdoor learning.

IOL supports your work and career whether you are a professional outdoor practitioner, field study officer, instructor, teacher, youth worker, outdoor leader, management development trainer, student or anyone involved in learning outdoors.

Whether you enjoy recreation, expeditions, bushcraft, adventure, therapy, teaching or learning in the mountains, hills or wilderness, on water or land, in rural or urban areas, there will be benefits to you to visit this site or to become an active member. IOL Membership offers you the opportunity to widen your horizons of influence and networks, develop your outdoor career and gain access to deals on outdoor learning publications, gear, training and more.

Find out about the History of IOL