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Community Sport Inquiry Debate, 20/09/12 [S]
Debate in the Scottish Parliament on 20 September 2012 as part of the Health and Sport Committee’s inquiry into support for community sport. Duncan McNeil (Lab) opened the debate.

Helping young people into sport, 20/09/12 [S]
New ways to increase physical activity levels in young people will be examined by the Scottish Government.

Health and Sport Committee takes evidence on communty sport, 11/09/12 [S]
During its meeting of 11 September 2012 the Scottish Parliament Health and Sport Committee took evidence as part of its inquiry into support for community sport.

Celebrating sporting success, 09/09/12 [S}
A drive is being launched to make sport and PE inclusive for all Scottish children.

Health and Sport Committee takes evidence on community sport, 04/09/12 [S]
During its meeting of 4 September 2012 the Scottish Parliament Health and Sport Committee took evidence as part of its inquiry into support for community sport.

Community Sport Briefing, 30/08/12 [S]
The Scottish Parliament Information Centre has published a briefing which sets out the main issues relating to community sport in Scotland, including the legislative and policy context, and funding of sport in Scotland.

Scotland's People Annual Report: Results from 2011 Scottish Household Survey, 29/08/12 [S]
Scotland’s Chief Statistician has published the Scottish Household Survey (SHS) 2011 Annual Report (Scotland’s People).

Record numbers of children playing golf, 26/08/12 [S]
An initiative to introduce Scottish schoolchildren to the game of golf has given 40,234 Primary Five schoolchildren a taste of the game this year.

Behaviour in Sport Motion, 03/05/12 [S]
Motion lodged before the Scottish Parliament on 3 May 2012 by James Kelly (Lab) on the impact on children and young people of spectator behaviour in sport.

Changing the game for girls, 02/05/12 [E/NI/S/W]
This study by Loughborough University, Institute of Youth Sport for the Women’s Sport and Fitness Foundation says that girls are not getting enough exercise because most are put off by school PE lessons.