Partnerships and Endorsements

We work on a regional and national scale and strive to create bespoke partnerships which work for every company.

These mutually beneficial partnerships have delivered a positive impact while supporting our event work to ensure all young people enjoy the life changing benefits that come from play and sport.

Use this section of the website to find who we have worked with and which policies we promote to our members.

The Department for Education

The Department for Education is responsible for children’s services and education, including early years, schools, higher and further education policy, apprenticeships, and wider skills in England.

DofE School Sport and Activity Action Plan

GOV.UK what works in schools to increase physical activity briefing

National Governing Bodies (NGB’s)

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Sport England

Sport England want everyone in England regardless of their age, background, or level of ability to feel able to take part in sport and physical activity. But too often the people with the most to gain from being active are the least able to take part.

Active Lives Children and Young People Survey

Youth Sport Trust (YST)

The Youth Sport Trust are a children’s charity working to ensure every child enjoys the life-changing benefits that come from play and sport.

The Outdoor Kids Sun Safety Code

ISA is a proud supporter of the Outdoor Kids Sun Safety Code. This free downloadable resource will help improve the provision of sun protection of all who work outdoors with children. The campaign was devised by the Melanoma Fund in 2014 and is partnered with the Youth Sport Trust, the Association for Physical Education (AfPE), the Child Protection in Sport Unit (CPSU) and Coaching UK, and is supported by the UK’s leading sport and outdoor organisations.

Full details on how you can get involved are here.

How effective is your sun policy?
Demonstrating how words without action can fail to protect children. Don’t just tick the box, make your actions count! Video link below: