Needs’ Analysis

As noted in the EU Guidelines on Physical Activity, the daily habits of young children have changed in recent years due to new leisure patterns (TV, internet, video games, smartphones, etc.) and this has led to a decrease in their physical activity. Therefore, according to the Council conclusions on the promotion of motor skills, physical and sport activities for children of 15 December 2015, this project aims to support children in sport and to tackle the risk of dropout by developing nutritional, psychological and biomechanical advice.

What’s inside?

To achieve this, trainers, educators, entrepreneurs and monitors (TEAM) and parents/guardians will be encouraged to share competences and knowledge on how to develop children’s physical, mental and social skills through sport.