Too many girls are disengaging from sport and exercise in their teens. Read our research to understand the challenges and how we can overcome them.
Inspired by our Reframing Sport for Teenage Girls insight, Access Sport is launching new research into disabled and neurodivergent teenage girls' experiences of sport
New research from leading UK charity Women in Sport puts the spotlight on teenage girls and asks sports organisations to help.
This toolkit is inspired by our research into reframing sport for teenage girls to help welcome them into sport and physical activity.
We have found that 43% of teenage girls who once considered themselves ‘sporty’, disengage from sport following primary school.
Our Big Sister project provided free gym memberships and support to encourage teenage girls to find and reclaim their love of exercise
As many families enjoy this half-term break and the campaign continues, we want to make sure that it isn’t just a moment that is forgotten.
Our new research shows that lockdown has led girls to recognise the value of exercise for physical and mental health.
Deaf teenage girls are at increased risk of dropping out of sport and face additional barriers to participation than hearing girls.
Too many women and girls are needlessly missing out on the lifelong benefits and rewards of sport and physical activity during their teenage years.