APPG members The Association of Play Industries (API) have launched a campaign to secure government funding to reverse the national
Children’s poor mental health has been linked to a decline in playgrounds, according to a recent report.
30/07/19 – The House of Commons library has updated their research briefing paper on ‘Physical Education, Physical Activity and Sport
Helen Clark writes . . .
BORIS JOHNSON SPEAKS OUT: DAILY TELEGRAPH 16th JULY 2019 ‘Tackling any sort of decline in young people’s overall well-being will
I was recently alerted to this campaign on 38 Degrees which is very close to our hearts here in the
APPG member Claudia Singer, of the Infant and Toddler Forum, writes: Following the APPG meeting on Hungry Children (13/06/19) I
Phil Royal writes: the Guardian recently reported great news from Leeds where child obesity rates have been falling over the
APPG member Jack Winkler, Emeritus Professor of Nutrition Policy, London Metropolitan University and Tam Fry, chair, National Obesity Forum have
As you may know, there have been conflicting reports in the British media regarding excessive child recreational screen time, which
HiAP: Delivering Health Equity Tackling Inequalities Conference 2019. OPAL (Outdoor Play and Learning) have been APPG members since 2014.
We are grateful to Sir David Amess MP for mentioning the Child Mental Health Charter in his adjournment speech on
The Child Mental Health Charter arose from the APPG’s recent, well-received Reports on Child Mental Health; specifically ‘Practice Based Evidence’;
The APPG’s Helen Clark wants your support to secure the inclusion of a new Mental Health Bill in the next Queen’s
APPG Member Joel Cohen writes: Today Sport England is publishing the next stage of our first Active Lives Children and
Ian Hickman and Jon LeFevre, Primary Head Teachers shared their Assessment for Children Charter at the Feb 2019 meeting of
APPG member and consultant GP Dr Sascha Colgan shares her co-authored research on GPs’ awareness of dental neglect in children. Download