A collection of student stories and initiatives about sport.
This section offers access to a collection of toolkits to promote sport at school.
Sporting events are organised in each partner country
Guidelines for policy makers willing to raise awareness on the importance of promoting sport in schools
Latest NewsA total number of 11 sport events have been organised in all partners’ countries. The sport events had the aim to promote the use of the toolkits and to promote the main project objectives: awareness on the importance of sport at school, sport as a tool for social inclusion, an ethical approach to sport, practice of less popular sports at school.
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A total number of 11 sport events have been organised in all partners’ countries. The sport events had the aim to promote the use of the toolkits and to promote the main project objectives: awareness on the importance of sport at school, sport as a tool for social inclusion, an ethical approach to sport, practice of less popular sports at school.
The fourth partners’ meeting took place in Prato (IT) on 28 October 2016. During the meeting the partners presented the sport events held in the different countries and report the feedback of taget groups on the project activities.
The project final conference started with a students' exibition in Prato's Town Hall Square. The conference took place in Prato Province Palace and involved all partners in the presentation of the project results especially focusing on the sport events organised in the different countries.
The thematic area of an ethical approach to sport connected with education and school, is very important at every level both national and transnational. The guideline Education for Ethical Based Sport is a a reference for various policy makers, from all the differently organised EU countries, so that they can have a complete picture of this important issue.
Policy-makers involved in education policy at different levels both national and local, have to deal with different aspects regarding the education system on the whole and its links with the formation of the citizen and the European context. The guideline Sport and School Education focuses on the importance of promoting sport at school level and provides indications to policy makers for this purpose.
The sport event, based on the exploitation of the toolkit, has been organised in Poland. The sport event organized in Gdańsk on the occasion of the Children’s Day based on the project toolkit for PE teachers titled “Promotion of less popular sports”. The sport event attracted over 100 students, several teachers of different subjects and guests
A database of resources for teachers, PE teachers and school directors for the promotion of sport at school is available on the project portal. The database collects all the online resources which have been identified and included in the toolkits produced for the three main project target groups.
The third partners’ meeting took place in Helsinki (FI) on 31 March and 1 April 2016. During the meeting the partners discussed about the strategy to test the toolkit and presented the sport events to be held in the different countries.
Partners are currently planning the organization of sport events in all project countries
The sport events, organized by teachers and school directors, bring together students in order to participate in different competition.
Four toolkits for School Directors are available on the project portal. The toolkits support the school directors on how to balance sport and studies, promote sport at school and enhance the integration of sport into curricular activities.
Three toolkits for Teachers are available on the project portal. The toolkits support the teachers on how to communicate with parents, promote the acquisition of life skills through sports and foster social inclusion
Four toolkits for Physical Education Teachers are available on the project portal. The toolkits support the teachers on how to promote less popular sports, motivate students and foster social inclusion
Several educational and sport web sites promoted the Not Only Fair Play project through a dedicated link. The complete list of web sites promoting the Not Only Fair Play Portal is available in the section Press Review.
The second partners’ meeting took place in Paris (FR) on 8 – 9 October 2015. The meeting had the objective to check the activities carried out since the first meeting of the project and to present, share and assess the in progress results. The meeting also had the objective to make a detailed planning of the project future activities and to organize the project's work related to the realization of the toolkits for teachers and school directors
A number of associated partners officially joined the project in order to contribute to the improvement of the project impact on their target groups and to ensure the project sustainability by continuing using the project deliverables in the next years. They include no profit associations, NGOs, training institutions, universities, public authorities, etc. The information about all associated partners is available on the project portal under the Associated Partners section.
Collection of initiatives aiming at promoting:
are available on the project portal.
Case studies of school students who succeeded in balancing school career with the passion for sport are available on the project portal.
The project partners are currently creating the network of schools interested in promoting sport at school. Several schools have already been involved from nine countries. Teachers, school principals and studnets will work together with the project partners for a better inclusion of sport into school curricula. Do not hesitate to contact them!
The kick off meeting took place in Florence on 14 - 15 May 2015 and it was the opportunity for the European project partners to present themselves and their activities, to discuss the activities to be carried out and to identify the main intellectual outputs to be produced.
The Not Only Fair Play project has been funded by the European Commission in the framework of the Erasmus+ Programme, Support for Collaborative Partnership in the field of Sport. The aim of the project is promoting sport at school.