Who are Active Fusion?
Young people in Doncaster and across the UK are facing diminishing levels of mental and physical health. Exercise is proven to enhance fitness levels and improve mental health, however, young people in our region are not achieving the recommended amount of daily physical activity.
We’re striving to buck this trend by delivering high quality Physical Education lessons in schools, by training teachers and school staff to become more confident and proficient in their teaching of Physical Education, through holiday sports camps and by giving young people the opportunity to enhance their qualifications, confidence and communication through sports leadership and apprenticeship opportunities.
Children and young people are much more likely to continue exercise and develop healthy habits as adults if they have a positive experience of physical activity in childhood.
Our mission to help children develop a love for physical activity, unlock their potential and be the best they can be underpins all of the work we do.
Please scroll down to meet our team members
Lindsy is the founder and Director of Active Fusion, which was first established in 2002.
Her favourite aspect of running Active Fusion is working with a passionate team who care about making a difference to the lives of young people.
Jonathan has been working for Active Fusion since 2015 as Operations Manager.
His favourite aspect of working for Active Fusion is helping children to get involved in sport and teaching them how to be part of a team.
Carey has been Active Fusion’s Finance Officer since 2018.
Her favourite aspect of working for Active Fusion is working for a fantastic team and seeing the passion and dedication of her colleagues.
Jack has been working for Active Fusion since 2019 as a Digital Marketing Officer.
His favourite aspect of working for Active Fusion is being able to promote the fantastic work being done by the team.
Sarah has worked for Active Fusion for seven years. She is the Dance Development Officer and Physical Education Apprentice Tutor.
Her favourite aspect of working for Active Fusion is the variety and having the chance to inspire children and young people to believe anything is possible.
Dan started working for Active Fusion in 2013 as a casual sports coach. He progressed to become Sports Development Officer.
Dan’s favourite aspect of working for Active Fusion is working in both primary and secondary schools as well as taking on the recent challenge of teaching the Higher Sports Leadership qualification.
Hannah has worked for Active Fusion since 2018 as a Community Development and School Games Organiser.
Her favourite aspect of working for Active Fusion the variety that comes with coaching children of all ages.
Stephen has been working for Active Fusion since September 2016.
He quickly progressed to become an Education Sports Coach and leader on the Fusion Leaders project.
His favourite aspect of working for Active Fusion is coaching cricket, a sport he is passionate about.
Luke has been working for Active Fusion for nearly three years.
He started as a casual coach before progressing to become an Education Sports Coach.
His favourite aspect of working with Active Fusion is teaching taekwondo, which he has trained in for 21 years.
Tom has been working for Active Fusion since February 2019 as a Project Mentor.
His favourite aspect of working for Active Fusion is helping year six pupils transition from primary to secondary school, developing their essential life skills and mentoring them to become more confident and motivated individuals.
Jess has been working for Active Fusion since 2019 as a Community Health Activator.
Her favourite aspect of working for Active Fusion is being able to develop children through Physical Education.