Sports Authority of Gujarat
Various State Governments
Impact on Fitness Parameters
Sportz Village Foundation, supported by DXC Technology, piloted ‘Race Around India’: An online (non-digital) gamified intervention to engage children in structured physical activity at their homes to keep them safe and healthy.
Sportz Village Foundation (SVF) has launched a digital physical education program to engage with children during the lockdown. SVF piloted the first release of this program with 30 children from government schools in the state of Tamil Nadu over a period of 6 weeks.
HCL foundation (HCLF) tied up with Sportz Village Foundation to identify and train talented children from HCLF schools for ‘Sports for social change’ meet conducted in 2018
Sportz Village Foundation, supported by Bata India, piloted a digital physical education program in 4 government schools (Sukhrali School,Dhankot School, Harsaru school and Sugam NGO) in Gurgaon.
Sportz Village Foundation conducted a digital program with children from government schools in the state of Tamil Nadu over a period of 10 weeks. The goal of this program was to get children active right at their homes – and stay physically & emotionally healthy during the COVID related outbreak.
Ashok Leyland partnered with Sportz Village Foundation to
benefit 19,000 children through the magic of sports
Sportz Village’s Annual Health Survey for public schools seeks to understand the state of health of Indian children who are part of the public school system.
Fitness of children in India’s government schools are alarmingly low according to Sportz Village’s Annual Health Survey.
Sportz Village’s structured sports curriculum plays a key role in the physical, social and behavioral development of over 300 children of a government school.
Impact of Sports in Education
Sportz Village conducted its pioneering Sport for Change program at government schools funded by Ashok Leyland in the districts of Hosur, Namakkal, and Chennai. Since its inception, the program has reached 34,000 children in 391 government schools.
Keeping Children Active During COVID-19 Lockdown
The paper highlights the importance of access to sport for children (especially from disadvantaged backgrounds) and offers a framework for educators and development experts to engage children through physical activity (during and after the lockdown).
Study on National Education Policy 2020
While NEP has included sport and physical activity as an integral part of their education continuum across the early, primary and secondary years of children – this document helps clarify further how PLAY* can be used by educators and administrators as a pedagogical tool to accomplish all the key principles and outcomes envisioned in NEP.