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How can I contribute?

Now in its second decade, Let’s Play is a multipronged strategy to encourage children to participate in physical activity and organised sport and benefit from all the health, social and psychological advantages it brings.

Inspiring activity

The Let’s Play Physical Education Challenge is the biggest school sport initiative of its kind in South Africa. It was launched in 2015 to inspire a passion for sport in children and encourage physical education. The Challenge was expanded in 2016 and re-launched in 2017 to focus on supporting curriculum-orientated PhysEd and develop their motor skills through physical movement. More than 1.6 million learners across 1 500 primary schools have participated in the Challenge.

“We believe that this is a meaningful way to get schools involved in physical activity, particularly as government has highlighted the need for children to become more active,” said Vaughn Bishop, Head of Let’s Play. “Kids needn’t be superstars; the challenge is designed to accommodate everyone at primary school level.”

How can Corporate South Africa contribute?

There are approximately 19 000 Primary Schools in South Africa and in the interest of sustainability, we would like to provide all schools with the opportunity to partake in physical activity, through the provision of CAPS (Curriculum and Assessment Policy Statement) compliant equipment, supported by lesson plans, teacher training and the Let’s Play Physical Education Challenge course layout.

Together with child psychologists and sports scientists from facilitating partner Active Education, numerous manuals and exercises have been developed that are goal orientated and CAPS

compliant. Over 500 different exercises can be conducted with this equipment and each bag has the ability to keep a class of up to 80 learners busy at any one time!

The PhysEd Challenge starter kits or ‘Coach in a Bag’ consists of the equipment as illustrated and the sponsor/donor logo will be printed on each bag purchased.

Distribution of the bags will be facilitated by the Let’s Play coaching teams on behalf of the Department of Basic Education.

Now you can be part of this amazing initiative and ensure that our children have the opportunity to participate in sport.

The cost of one bag per school, including an app (to control, monitor and evaluate) will be R4 200.00 with no limitation on the number of bags purchased.

For more information contact: vaughn.bishop@supersport.com

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