Get involved

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    Select a group

    Select a target group of up to 20 students who you feel need support. It’s a good idea to mix up your group so it contains a range of abilities – this helps boost confidence and has led to some great examples of peer mentoring.

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    2. Pick a sport

    Pick a sport (or sports) to engage your group eg netball, basketball, life saving. We recommend running at least six activity sessions to give students a chance to develop.

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    3. Set some goals

    Set some project goals with your group at the beginning of your project and help them achieve them.

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    4. Organise an event

    Help your group to organise a school event eg sports competition. This helps your group to build their communication and teamwork skills.

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    5. Celebrate

    Finally celebrate your group's success and achievements eg by taking part in a special school presentation or going on a school trip.

Running a project

Running a Sky Sports Living for Sport project is simple and easy. It can be introduced as a stand-alone project or used to add value to existing school projects. Find out more about how to plan a project.  

Running a project


Project ideas and resources

Need help getting started? We’ve developed a range of simple and helpful resources to help you get your project up and running. Click here for more information.


Find out more

Throughout the year we run competitions offering teachers and students the chance to win a range of once-in-a-lifetime experiences. 


When you plan a project, you’ll automatically receive a number of benefits including free Sky Sports Living for Sport t-shirts and wristbands for your group. Find out more here.

Rewarding Success

The Sky Sports Living for Sport Awards recognise inspirational students and teachers who have taken part. Check out our 2016 winners here.


Masterclasses offer a number of project groups each year a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to take part in an exclusive session with one of our Sky Academy Ambassadors or Sky Sports on-screen talent.