1st NS Physical & Health Literacy Summit 2015 Held

1st NS Provincial Physical & Health Literacy Conference on October 22nd & 23rd, 2015 Held.


Sport Nova Scotia partnered with the TAPHE (Teachers Association for Physical and Health Education) and was supported by Support4Sport, Department of Health and Wellness, and RBC (Learn to Play Grant) to host the largest gathering of Sport, Recreation, Health and Education professionals in recent history. Conference schedule The line-up of keynotes and presenters serviced anyone who operates in the physical literacy sector.

It was an opportunity to attend a great conference and provide your staff with valuable training and exposure to the best information around physical literacy and ways to build healthier more active settings.

CS4L Provincial Plan cs4l_NS_implemenation_plan 2015-2017 (3) impacts on all 10 priorities of the event.

Conference website: http://www.sportnovascotia.ca/OurEvents/PhysicalHealthLiteracyConference/tabid/2075/Default.aspx

Twitter handle: #NSPL15

Once again, thank you for your dedication to the advancement of Canadian Sport For Life and Physical Literacy in the province.

Cheers – Dean Morley

Sport Nova Scotia – Cape Breton Community Sport Development Coordinator

(902) 595-0952

dmorley@sportnovascotia.ca / www.sportnovascotia.ca

1st ever Nova Scotia Provincial Physical & Health Literacy Summit held on October 22 & 23 – 2015 in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Through a partnership with TAPHE (Teachers Association for Physical and Health Education) engaged over 350 Physical education and health teachers in addition to over 100 NS Provincial Sport and Recreation leaders.

Had access to over 35 presentations from leading experts across Canada on the implementation of physical literacy programming.

event page for conference details

Amy Walsh – Physical & Health Literacy Organizing Committee

Jason Hansford-Smith

Manager of Participation Development

5516 Spring Garden Rd., 4th Floor, Halifax, NS B3J 1G6

Office: 902-425-5450 x 358 / www.sportnovascotia.ca

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