The Active Lives Children Survey is a world-leading approach to gathering data. It provides key insights into children (5-16 year old) attitudes and behaviors in realation to sport and physical activity. The survey gathers measures on activity levels, physical literacy, swimming proficiency, well being, self-efficacy and levels of social trust.
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The information above shows a breakdown of respondents activity levels at both a National and local Humber level. The data from 2017- 2018 is also shown so that you can see the increase in the number of children who are active and a decrease in the number of children who are less active (the less active measure is less than 30 minutes a day.)
The information above shows the breakdown of respondents at a local authority level. The data from 2017- 2018 is also shown for comparison. In three of the four areas the number of children who are physically active has increased (the active measure is those who are active for an average of at least 60 minutes per day across the week). The number of children who are inactive has decreased in all four areas (the less active measure is less than 30 minutes a day.)
The information above gives an overview of the data at a National, Humber and Local Authority level and breaks down if their has been a significant change or no change. The overall picture shows that Nationally, on a Humber level and in two out of four Local Authority areas their has been a significant increase in the number of children who are physically active. On a National, Humber and on 3 out of four areas their has been a significant decrease in the number of children whoa re inactive.