Children Taking Part So Far
Here are just some of the celebrities and sporting stars that are supporting Children’s Activities Week.
Children’s activities are the common starting point for all our ambassadors who have gone on to excel in their field. You just never know what that next class, club or group will inspire in your child #WatchMeFly
“I’m part of the children’s activities revolution! Join me, Kimberly Wyatt, as we celebrate and showcase the benefits of clubs and classes bring to children’s lives! Be you, be fearless, be authentic!”
Sam Quek MBE
“I won Gold thanks to the support of my coaches and clubs! Help us inspire the next generation of Olympians and be part of Children’s Activities Week 2018”.
“Why has this not happened before? The CAA is an amazing organization providing peace of mind for parents across the country who have children taking part in an activity or club. That’s why I’m so proud to be a Children’s Activities Week Ambassador.”
“I’m a huge fan of the CAA and their fantastic work to ensure our children’s services meet a quality assured standard, and I can’t wait to get involved with all the fun during Children’s Activities Week in April!”
“I’m excited and honoured to support Children’s Activities Week 2018. It’s essential that we work together to inspire children through high quality activities. As I look back over my own journey in sport I now see how powerful and influential those early activities really were for me and how life changing they can be for so many children… Dream big, start small.”
“As a Paralympian I represented Paralympics GB in wheelchair racing at the Rio Paralympics, I have achieved Gold & Silver medals at the IPC Athletics European Championships and in 2016 and 2017 I am ranked top in Great Britain. I won a bronze medal at the world championships in London this year and I now coach a Wheelchair Racing squad of young athletes and also train in schools and so know first-hand the positive impact activities, clubs & sport have on children’s lives which is why I am honoured to be a Children’s Activities Week Ambassador.”
“As a multiple world record holder, world champion and children’s TV presenter I am so pleased to support this fantastic initiative. Kids need to find those activities they love – as I did via Brazilian Soccer Schools – to help them in so many ways. There’s a club or class out there to benefit every child and that’s why I am delighted to be an Ambassador for Children’s Activities Week.”
Hollie Arnold MBE
“My sporting success has only been possible because of the people who believed in me. My parents, my coaches and also Caudwell Children, who provided me with vital specialist equipment before my first Paralympic Games. With the right encouragement and support anything is possible, that is why Children’s Activities Week is so important, because giving children positive influences and the encouragement to follow their dreams should be a part of every child’s development.”