Oxfordshire Sports Partnership Projects and Programmes
For details of the projects and programmes the Oxfordshire Sports Partnership are involved with please select from the options below.
The Active Women project helps to get more women taking part in Athletics, Badminton, Tennis, Netball, Football and Gymnastics by removing barriers such as lack of childcare, inconvenience, no ‘buddy’ to play with and expense.
The Community Games presents a unique opportunity for communities in Oxfordshire to adopt a more active lifestyle, through sport, physical activity and culture, by giving them the chance to organise a celebration of sporting and cultural activities.
GO Active (Get Oxfordshire Active) is a not for profit project that aims to help people do more physical activity. Whatever your age, fitness levels or budget, we can help you find a way to get fit and get in shape.
The School Games is a new national programme for school sport designed to motivate and enthuse all young people realising a meaningful sporting legacy from the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Are you aged 14-25? Would you like to do more sport?
Sportivate is a Olympic Legacy programme from Sport England which will give you the opportunity to take part in 6 week courses in various sports across the county.
Part of Sport England's Mass Participation Legacy, Sport Makers is a national programme to recruit 40,000 new volunteers that will make sport happen at a local level.