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Active Junior, Active Teen

Coronavirus status: ONLINE SERVICE

Important update

The entire Active Slough programme is currently postponed following the government's latest advice on COVID-19.

Instead we are launching an online physical activity programme, starting on Wednesday 25 March. There will be three 30-minute exercise classes a day, Monday-Friday, broadcast live from the Active Slough Facebook page.

At this time we realise the important role that different types of exercise have on people's mental and physical wellbeing. Keep checking online for new developments - you can follow us on social media

All broadcast live from the Active Slough Facebook page.

Active Junior

The Active Junior programme aims to encourage children aged between 5 – 11 years to engage within sport and physical activity. The government recommends children should be achieving a minimum of 60 minutes worth of activity 5 times a week. This programme offers a range of different sports and physical activity opportunities for children to achieve the recommended activity levels outside of school.

Active Slough have worked with partners to organise a timetable of activity that gives children in Slough the opportunity to take part in physical activity for free, or at a reduced cost. Active Slough believe setting a positive image of exercise is vital for children, and we want to encourage physical exercise as a habit for people growing up in our community. With this in mind, we offer a variety of different exercise sessions to ensure there is something everyone will enjoy!

For information on Active Junior contact 

Active Teen

Regardless of age or ability there’s something for everyone!

The Active Slough programme is available on Slough Borough Council website

Who to contact

01753 875177
Slough Borough Council


This information has been collected from third party providers therefore the Slough Family Information Service website and Slough Borough Council cannot accept responsibility for the accuracy of this information and recommends that parents, carers, young people, residents and professionals check with providers regarding DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service) and OFSTED registrations and CQC registrations