Active North Tyneside are running free activities for families in North Tyneside.

Scroll down to see flyers with more information about the activities listed below.

Do you want to improve your child’s health?

Our 10 week programme supports you and your family to make healthy lifestyle changes together.

Interactive sessions are delivered by an expert and friendly team and focus on nutrition and physical activity to give you and your family a real boost.

In 10 weeks we cover:

  • Simple food swaps to reduce fat and sugar
  • intake
  • The right size portions for children and adults
  • How to understand food labels and afford
  • healthy options
  • Opportunities to add run and play into your
  • daily routine

Eligibility criteria applies, please ask for more details.

Mini Movers

Mini Movers is for children aged 2 to 4 years old and is a great opportunity for them to be active and try healthy foods.

During the session the team delivers a variety of activities to develop the following skills:

  • Agility
  • Balance
  • Co-ordination
  • Numeracy
  • Literacy

Stay and Play

Stay and Play is a free session for children aged 1 to 7 years old (children must be accompanied by an adult).

Children can have fun in the soft play and take part in arts and crafts, while parents and carers get healthy eating and physical activity tips from our lovely staff!

No Limits

No Limits is a programme of after school activity sessions for children and young people aged 8 to 13, aimed at encouraging physical activity.

There are sports hall and swimming pool based sessions where activities can include trampolining, football, multi-sports, swimming, pool inflatables, and arts and crafts.

Healthy 4 Life

Healthy4Life clubs start on Tuesday 30 April at The Lakeside Centre and Wednesday 1 May at The Oxford Centre for ages 8-14 years old.

Healthy4Life is a family focussed after school programme which aims to help children and parents/carers make positive changes to their lifestyle to maintain a healthy weight.

The free 10 week course covers topics such as:

  • what is a balanced diet
  • portion sizes
  • learning about sugar and fat
  • understanding food labels
  • trying new foods
  • five ways to wellbeing
  • opportunities to prepare meals
  • how to reduce screen time

Children also take part in sport and activity sessions to help them figure out what they enjoy doing to be physically active.

To sign up to the programme visit our website -