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Overall there are more adults moving in Trafford, an increase by 8,700 since 2015-16. This is mostly due to an increase by 7,600 adults (+3.8%) achieving 150 minutes a week. But there has also been an increase by 1,100 adults that are fairly active (by +0.5%).
In Trafford 58.6% of children and young people are not achieving an average of 60 active minutes per day, which means that only 4 in 10 are doing enough activity to stay healthy.
Discover how a teacher passionate about basketball turned a school's team around to dominate in their borough and go on to represent Trafford in the Greater Manchester School Games.
GreaterSport have teamed up with The National Football Museum to launch the Greater Manchester School's Football Poetry Competition for the second year running. The competition which is open to any school within Greater Manchester has 2 categories; KS2 & KS3 and is asking individual pupils, groups or even whole class' to write a poem which has football as its central theme. Some suggested ideas include players, teams, matchdays, goals etc.
In Partnership with CP Sport, Cerebral Palsy United FC are inviting young people with Cerebral Palsy to the Launch of their new Junior Football Section on February 7th at Partington Sports Village, Manchester; where they'll be able to take part in an CP Football Kickstart Event.
Calling all Greater Manchester School/Youth choirs, dancers, musicians, singers and cheerleader's Greater Manchester's Got Talent is looking for You! In Partner with Manchester City Council and the Youth Sport Trust, GreaterSport are looking for school/Youth choirs, performers. dancers, singers and cheerleaders from across Greater Manchester to compete in the 2015 Greater Manchester's Got Talent School/Youth Competition.