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Let's Play - Activation Partners


Activation Partners are organisations that facilitate activations on behalf of Let's Play; they are primarily involved with our Let's Play a Million initiative in addition to their curricular and extracurricular committments.



Active Education
Active Education tries to instil a passion in each child about sport through age-specific instruction, which is provided by trained professional coaches. They are contracted by schools to run physical education programs for their pupils. Lessons are held during and after school hours.
Active Education’s “Kids in Action” program caters for children aged 3 to 7. Using positive teaching methods, creativity and specialised sporting equipment and activities, “Kids in Action” exposes children to ball skills and movements in addition to life skills like courage, decision making, confidence, positive thinking, co-operation and goal setting. Their mascot, Ed the Crocodile, is a favourite with children of all ages.
» www.activeeducation.co.za


Activity Advocates
Altus Sport was founded in 1995 and mainly focusses on youth development through sport. In 2007 a Youth Sport Forum was established who runs the Life’s a Ball programme. This sporting initiative includes moral values and basic read and write education. Since 2004 Altus Sport has run a strong Street soccer project in the Tshwane region. The Altus Sport team has presented many workshops and events which includes sport and recreation management, facilitator’s training, generic coaching, mass sport participation, talent identification, total fitness & gymnasium training, circuit training, athletic & tennis coaching as well as Olympic education. Gert Potgieter is a board member of Altus Sport. Gert is a former Olympian, elected SA men’s athlete of the century in 2000, former world record holder and provincial rugby center. In 2007 he was honoured by the South African Hall of Fame. Gert was founder and Director of the first Olympic Academy of South Africa. He wrote several sport coaching publications and lectured internationally. He holds sport and Olympic education in high esteem. He is a qualified and accredited sport facilitator, assessor and moderator at ETDP-SETA.


Little Champs
The Little Champs Sport Academy was established in 1996 with the aim of promoting and developing motor skills in children aged 2 – 7. They use advanced coaching methods to promote fundamental life skills that facilitate the development of coordination, character and confidence in children. These skills are encouraged through playful sports related activities, which are incorporated into carefully constructed gross motor skills development programmes to improve speed, agility, balance, eye-hand & eye foot co-ordination and spatial awareness. At the end of a Little Champs programme, each Little Champ is equipped with motor skills and life skills that give them self-confidence, agility and poise. These skills are transferred to children through various different forums (schools, centres, holiday programmes), which encourage interaction between children from different cultural and socio-economic backgrounds. Their mascot, Charlie Champ, is a wide-eyed, smiling, trophy that symbolises victory and merriment with his open arms.
» www.littlechamps.co.za


Move-It, Moving Matters
Move-It, Moving Matters® is a proudly All South African programme, developed by professionals, passionate to see a positive change in the lives of all South African children. This is a Global Initiative which attempts to increase access and participation in quality regular physical activity so as to help health protect and motorically advantage children between the ages 8 - 12.

Move-It, Moving Matters® is designed to complement education outcomes in the intermediate phase especially the physical and motor development assessment standards associated with LO4 in Life Skills.

Contact: Dr. Claire M. Nicholson at claire@iconage.co.za.


Play Soccer
Play Soccer is a not-for-profit, non-governmental organisation without religious or political affiliations. They rely on volunteerism as a resource for their programs and sustainable community development. Play Soccer involves soccer as a vehicle for the health, physical and social development of children, youth and communities and their fun, recreational soccer program with non-formal educational activities that help children, ages 5-14, learn health, physical and social development life skills as well as the sport itself. Play Soccer is committed to help build the "grassroots" structure and technical expertise that contribute to the development of the sport of soccer as well as to the achievement of the long-term vision and objectives of sport for development.
» playsoccersouthafrica@gmail.com


Ryan Maron's Cricket School of Excellence
Ryan Maron's Cricket School of Excellence aims to empower South Africa's aspiring young cricketers. The school of excellence strives to improve each child's cricketing ability as well as enabling them to enjoy the game by providing them coaches with passion, dedication and commitment. The RMCSE is also dedicated to giving back to the previously disadvantaged community through their association with cricket clubs in Khayelitsha and Alexandra townships and also the Kensington area in South Africa.

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