Let’s move more and feel better!
Our JU:MP campaigns are at the heart of what we do to support children, young people and their family members to be a part of our JU:MP family, to enjoy the benefits that movement and play brings.
From JU:MP@Home to JU:MP Outdoors, we are here to support the whole Bradford community to be healthy, confident, empowered and valued members of society.
Why do we do what we do? Movement and play doesn’t only improve everyones physical health, but also their emotional wellbeing. It is more important than ever, to help support and encourage our Bradford families and children and young people to Move and Play more!
JU:MP teamed up with families in Bradford for Outdoor Classroom Day, to launch this winter campaign, to promote positive experiences of families playing outdoors, whatever the weather. Families also created their own video ‘Bring back outdoor play’ – to call on the Bradford community to help children and their families recover from the stress of lockdown and a year of Covid upheaval.
During lockdown, JU:MP launched JU:MP@Home, a much-needed solution for children and young people spending a lot of time at home, due to government guidelines. Families can adapt the games for children of different ages and abilities too and the team hope playing them will create some great memories of this time spent at home together.
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Poems to get you moving!
A group of fantastic girls have been on a super cool mission for over a year. They teamed up with the JU:MP team to help us figure out how to get children and families in Bradford active! These girls aren’t…
What is Bestlife and how are we making it better?
Over the course of September through to November, JU:MP researchers have been conducting focus groups in a variety of primary and secondary schools. The focus groups involved getting the children to test out the Bestlife app first hand and feedback…
Two new play parks for families
Two brand new play parks are set to open in late summer 2023. The project will see part of Drummond Road recreational ground and St Michaels recreational ground on White Abbey Road transformed into nature based play areas for the…