Leadership

Changing The Game For Girls

This report by the Women’s Sport and Fitness Foundation reveals girls attitudes to fitness and sport. It shows that a gender gap in participation begins in the later years of primary school, and then continues to widen at secondary school with years 8 and as 9 emerging key drop out points. The report recommends that girls should be offered single-sex sporting opportunities and that schools should set themselves the target of 100 per cent participation in physical activities. Leadership Briefing issue 6.11(71)

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