Do what moves you: new University strategy

New strategy from Sport and Physical Activity

Sport and Physical Activity have launched a new strategy for the University aimed to get people moving. Do What Moves You builds upon the success of the previous strategy; Climbing Higher, which saw the University ranked 5th for sports provision in the Times Higher Education Experience Survey 2018.

The vision of the new strategy is to be ‘Leeds – the Best University for Being Active’. Sport & Physical Activity want to be as inclusive as possible and create an inspiring environment through facilities, services and partnerships where the choice for students, staff and local communities to be active is easy, accessible and rewarding. There are five main goals;

• Improved wellbeing for students and staff

• Students ready for their future

• Enriching the student experience

• Creating a positive impact on the city

• Demonstrable commitment to sustainability

Suzanne Glavin, Head of Sport, said: “It is pleasing to be building from a position of strength. ‘Do What Moves You’, sets exciting but realistic goals that when realised will provide a healthier and happier University for students and staff alike. We look forward to working with all our partners in realising these ambitions.”

Find out more and share what can be done to get you, your colleagues and students active on campus!