The Northumberland Sports Council partnered with Safe Communities Northumberland to bring concussion expert, Dr. Tator to Cobourg. Two sessions were held. One in the afternoon for health care providers, and one in the evening for the general public. Admission was free to both.
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How can Early Year Educators deliver more physically literate programming successfully in their unique childcare centers?
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The Northumberland Sports Council has been asked to share our story, knowledge, resources, and network with various community-based organizations to help move community sport forward.
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Learn more and see the materials covered on the Physical Literacy Day at the Port Hope Library!
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This summer program was developed to provide hands-on experience on a variety of fire and life safety skills. Children participate in a number of events to enhance their experience, including a morning full of physically literate activities with us, the Northumberland Sports Council. Firefighters have to have high endurance and strong muscles and bones. What better way to train these Jr. Firefighters than with some fun and inclusive games!
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Find the printable Clue Hunt page and all the games that were played at the Port Hope Canada Day festivities!
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Learn how to play the games and activities from the Outdoor Playground!
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