A quick question for you: Which subject is consistently underfunded, understaffed and underscheduled – but is the only subject in school that engages a child’s mind and body, promotes their physical and emotional health, as well as improving concentration and developing character?
We live in an age where teenage girls are able to enjoy historic opportunity.
I watched Oprah Winfrey preach ‘Girl Power’ from the Golden Globes stage, Spain has appointed a majority-women cabinet, voters in Ireland struck down one of the most draconian abortion bans in the developed world and women in Saudi Arabia finally became able to drive legally.
Saracens and England Women’s rugby player Vicky Fleetwood has thrown her support behind ‘Strong Girls Can’
The World Cup-winning hooker has more than a half-century of caps for her country. Now she is helping to promote a scheme which aims to empower teenager girls to be proud of who they are – and not conform to what society or social media tells them they should be.
Strong Girls Can is a new programme that offers good news for all teenage girls, their parents and their teachers.
Coach Unlimited have announced the release of the inspiring new scheme, designed to empower young women to feel good about themselves.
Director of CoachUnlimited, Teresa Hames, shares her thoughts on the actual impact the funding push towards primary school PE is having on the ground.