Sport Works is ten years old this year! We would like to say a big thanks to all of our supporters, past and present, and we look forward to working with you to make the next ten even better!

Our Programmes

Sport Works’ programmes change lives. We specialise in working with people from across society including disadvantaged communities, learners with additional needs and individuals who are unemployed.

Community Sports Programmes

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Inclusive Disability Sport

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Skills & Education

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Wellbeing For Older Individuals

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The Sport Works video, get the lowdown on our work!

Sport Works is an approved delivery partner on the European Social Fund (ESF) contract - a project designed to support young people aged 15-24 into work or education.

Recent News

We continuously work with our partners to find new ways of improving health and educational standards. Read our latest news…

Neil Cameron - 30th April 2019 Partnership with UKACTIVE
Neil Cameron - 7th February 2019 Sportworks January 2019 Newsletter
Neil Cameron - 7th January 2019 Newsletter – December 2018

Social Media Feeds

Please connect with us via social media!

Our Facebook feed

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An absolute pleasure to be working with these Young Carers. So good to see their confidence and self esteem develop and grow as they try a variety of activities. The power of sport should never be underestimated! 👍🏻👏🏻
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Some pictures of today’s fantastic session at Everyone Active Active Sunderland Silksworth Ski Slope Snowtubing activity. The Young Carers group at Lord Blyton Primary School had an incredible time.
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Our Lord Blyton Primary School Young Carer session was so much fun! We’ve been to Silksworth Ski Slope for some snow tubing!!! Think they’ll be some sore legs in the morning from the climb up the slope...⛷🎿
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Our Twitter feed

According to Sport England's recent survey Physically literate children do twice as much activity. The more of the five elements of physical literacy - enjoyment, confidence, competence, understanding and knowledge - children have, the more active they are. #getkidsactive

Are YOU a community group, sports club or charity? do you work with disadvantaged communities, BME communities or people with disabilities? Would YOU benefit from fully funded activities? If so WE could help! contact us NOW by emailing: info

wellbeing for older individuals plays an essential role in the UK health economy. We provide qualified instructors who deliver a range of mobility and strength classes to directly enhance health and wellbeing. If you would like further information please contact us!! SportWorks photo

*GREAT NEWS* Sport England's latest active lives adult survey has revealed more women, older adults, and disabled people are getting active!! however despite these positive results, women from BME communities are less likely to be active! - Make a change and work with us now!