Girls On The Move

Girls on the Move is a project designed to increase physical activity levels among girls and young women in Scotland.

 

Through Leadership programmes, Girls on the Move is funding and supporting projects which provide opportunities for young women to participate in sport and physical activity, and enable young women to gain the skills and experience needed to lead activities within their own communities.

The project is funded by The Robertson Trust and Scottish Government and delivered by Youth Scotland.

It is supported by The Robertson Trust and Health Scotland.

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Latest Items

  • Girls on the Move Impact Statement 2005 - 2011

    Girls on the Move Impact Statement 2005 - 2011

     | Date created: Mon 13 Jun 2011 | File Size: 3144 kb | File Time: 457 seconds @ 56 kbps

    The Girls on the Move Impact Statement summarises findings of an evaulation of the Girls on the Move programme carried out by a team from the School of Sport at Stirling University, led by John Taylor, Research Fellow.

  • Promotional Flyer

    Promotional Flyer

     | Date created: Tue 26 May 2009 | File Size: 545 kb | File Time: 79 seconds @ 56 kbps

    A promotional flyer with information about the Leadership and Participation strands of the Girls on the Move programme. A5 information postcards are also available. Please email girls@youthscotland.org.uk if you would like copies.

  • Evaluation Report

    Evaluation Report

     | Date created: Thu 18 Sep 2008 | File Size: 433 kb | File Time: 63 seconds @ 56 kbps

    A summary report of the Girls on the Move programme, presented by the Department of Sports Studies at University of Stirling in August 2008.

  • Logic Model

    Logic Model

     | Date created: Thu 18 Sep 2008 | File Size: 448 kb | File Time: 65 seconds @ 56 kbps

    A diagram demonstrating how the Girls on the Move programme intends to increase physical activity levels among girls and young women in Scotland.