Meet the Team: Chris, Head of Digital Behaviour Change
As part of our London Sport Consultancy’s re-brand, we’re sitting down with the key team members working on our consultancy services. Our 'Meet the Team series' begins with Chris Norfield, London Sport’s Head of Digital Behaviour Change.
New Sport England Active Lives data shows ongoing impact of covid-19 on activity levels
Approximately 114,000 fewer Londoners meeting Government guidelines
New London Sport research helps providers better engage with women in East London
Physical activity providers in East London have begun using new insight from London Sport to develop their offering and improve engagement with women and girls in East London.
Inspiring programmes and communication development through research and insight
Head of Insight Dan Stracey considers how the pandemic might have impacted certain less active segments within London and how the research can continue to inform ongoing work across the capital.
Research shows female role models at elite and grassroots levels can boost participation levels
Inspirational female role models can play a key part in engaging more women to participate in physical activity new research from London Sport and AudienceNet has revealed.
How using a strong evidence base can boost your grant funding opportunities
More than meets the eye: Strategic Relationship Manager Lorna Leach and Specialist Advisor for Funding Mel Antao explain how to seek funding to build on existing research or evidence base.
New Active Lives data shows impact of covid-19 on London's activity levels
The most in-depth picture yet of the impact of lockdown on Londoners’ activity levels has been published by Sport England with the release of their Active Lives Survey.
Research and insight puts us into someone else's shoes and increases understanding
Senior Insight Officer Laura Green explains how research and insight informs London Sport work and how it can be a useful tool to empower under-repesented communities, getting their voices heard by decision-makers across the capital.
London Sport and PAI Health join forces to introduce Londoners to Personal Activity Intelligence – a ground-breaking digital app and new health standard in physical activity
London Sport and PAI Health, a leading global health software company, have today announced a new research project called the #mostactivecity programme to test the impact of the innovative PAI (Personal Activity Intelligence) fitness tracking app on the physical activity levels of everyday Londoners.
New research shows worrying increase in sedentary behaviour in Great Britain
Specialist Advisor for Physical Activity for Health Barry Kelly looks at new research which describes a steep increase in the levels of sedentary behaviour in Great Britain, and what it means for London Sport's mission.
Shaping relevant and effective online solutions and campaigns after covid-19
Senior Insight Manager Daniel Stracey explains how our segmentation and qualitative covid-19 research has helped support the development of our online activity finder Get Active.
Challenging perspectives and inspiring fresh approaches using qualitative research
Senior Insight Manager Daniel Stracey looks at the importance of qualitative research and how, despite the covid-19 restrictions, it can play a key role in helping the physical activity and sport sector learn and improve its offer to inactive Londoners.