Active Cheshire, the lead body for physical activity and sport in Cheshire and Warrington, have had their first assessment on Active Communities AP rated ‘Plus Very Good’ by Quest.
Quest is a tool for continuous improvement, designed primarily for the management of leisure facilities and sports development. After their first assessment, Active Cheshire is pleased to announce that following the Quest results in January 2019. They have been awarded ‘Plus – Very Good’ in Active Communities for Active Partnerships.
The grades marked for Quest are Unsatisfactory, Satisfactory, Good, Very Good or Excellent. Over the 5 core modules, Active Cheshire received ‘Excellent’ on collaborative leadership, continuous improvement & learning, team & people development. For partnership & brokering, and understanding place & people they received ‘Very Good’.
Some Active Partnership’s like Active Cheshire had been assessed with the additional 3 plus modules, engaging with children 0 – 11 years, getting the inactive active and promoting mental wellbeing closing with the overall results ‘Plus Very Good’.
Anne Boyd, CEO from Active Cheshire commented “We’re excited about continuing to improve our organization and really appreciate the feedback we got from Quest. I am very proud of my team and of these results. To think we are such a small organisation, we are delighted to be recognized for our impact in Cheshire and Warrington.
We would like to say a huge thank you to our local partners and board for their continued involvement and feedback, especially to those who came in while the Quest evaluation was taking place.”
The work Active Cheshire is to change the lives of local people through physical activity and sport. In fact, most of what Active Cheshire does is to do with change. Encouraging behavioural change, changing attitudes, mindsets, and habits. The Charity is constantly learning to adapt to the needs and challenges of working with an increasingly inactive society.