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GOGA EHE

 

Welcome to the Get Out Get Active EHE (Elective Home Education) section. My name is Katie Bowie-Hallam and I’m the Get Out Get Active (GOGA) Activator for Pembrokeshire.


GOGA EHE:

The GOGA EHE programme will develop a community based 'physical activity' programme which will extend the community engagement of families with Home Educated children across Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion and West Powys. Utilising the experience and learning from the GOGA 1 Pembrokeshire programme the project will develop an inclusive approach to activities by promoting its offer to elective home education families.

The project will focus on encouraging more disabled and non-disabled people to take part in activities which will lead to improved health and well-being.

GOGA also provides volunteering, training and community engagement opportunities with local and national organisations’ to support the delivery of the programme and increase the number of inclusive opportunities available.

 

PARTICIPANTS:

We welcome you to come and try fun, inclusive activities! It doesn’t matter if you’ve never done activity before! It’s a great opportunity to meet new people, make friends or bring friends and family to join in with you! GOGA is for everyone!

VOLUNTEERS:

There are plenty of rewarding opportunities to get involved with, from supporting and delivering activities in and out of the GOGA programme to further learning courses which can help you upskill and progress through all aspects of life. Learning is earning!

PARTNERSHIPS:

GOGA supports and listens to providers to empower them to deliver the best experience within the Get Out Get Active program. GOGA can provide training and help develop transferable skills. This has already seen increases in employment and community engagement.
 

GOGA has given me many opportunities from delivering sessions in GOGA 1 to now leading GOGA EHE

To find out how you can get involved:

We are on Facebook: Get Out Get Active Wales

Email: Katie.Bowie-Hallam@pembrokeshire.gov.uk

If you would like to find out more about the GOGA programme or any of the activities we support please don’t hesitate to get in touch!

 

 

 

 

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