Dynamic Coach Daisy Guttridge Joins Esteemed Speakers to Inspire Educators and Advocates

Daisy’s involvement serves as a poignant reminder of the crucial contribution young voices make in shaping conversations about physical education and well-being. 

As the world grapples with the importance of physical health and well-being, the upcoming “Re-imagine an Active Future” conference is set to provide inspiration and practical guidance for educators and advocates alike. Taking place in March, this event promises to equip attendees with the necessary tools to shape a more active and healthy future for children and young individuals. 

One of the highlights of the conference will be the participation of Daisy Guttridge, a young and dynamic Active Fusion coach. Guttridge’s inclusion underscores the significance of youth voices in the conversation surrounding physical education and well-being. With her firsthand experience and passion for promoting active lifestyles among young people, Guttridge is poised to deliver insights that resonate with educators and stakeholders. 

The “Re-imagine an Active Future” conference offers a diverse range of experiences tailored to meet the needs of headteachers, teachers, governors, well-being leads, and department heads. Esteemed keynote speakers, including Alan Watkinson, PE teacher to Sir Mo Farah, Olympic Gymnast Nile Wilson, and educators from The Royal Opera House, will share their expertise, providing fresh perspectives on physical education and well-being within educational settings. 

Attendees can participate in hands-on workshops, delve into theoretical and research components, and acquire practical skills from esteemed professionals in their respective domains.  

With a focus on inclusive approaches and holistic well-being, attendees can expect to leave the conference with a renewed sense of purpose. The event promises to inspire advocacy for an active and healthy future within schools and communities, ultimately benefiting the well-being of children and young individuals. 

Daisy’s participation serves as a reminder of the vital role that young voices play in shaping the dialogue surrounding physical education and well-being. As the conference approaches, anticipation builds for the valuable insights and inspiration that Guttridge and other speakers will bring to the table, ensuring that attendees are equipped to reimagine an active future for generations to come. 

For more information about the “Re-imagine an Active Future” conference and to register for the event, please visit the Active Fusion website here.