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Here are some some useful resources and reputable organisations to support you.

If you need to find out more, then do head over to Any Questions?


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The NHS guidance includes all you need to know about trying for a baby, pregnancy, labour and birth.

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We have produced a series of activity-based resources packed with advice and top tips to support you on your active journey through pregnancy and beyond.

You can download and print them for FREE, and we recommend you take them

to your healthcare appointments if you have any additional questions.

Ask your healthcare professional about the UK Chief Medical Officers’ Physical Activity 

You may wish download them and take them along to your appointment. Many GPs and midwives have not seen the new guidelines, and it will give you an opportunity to discuss them.


For Pregnant Women

For Postnatal Women

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We've worked with Dr Claire Spearing to produce two short

videographics based on the United Kingdom's Chief Medical Officers'

guidelines, designed specifically for pregnant and postnatal women.

We'd love you to share them. If you are interested in hosting these 

on your website or perhaps even displaying them in your waiting rooms,

please drop us an email to request.


We can also keep you informed if and when we update them.

Sport England are working towards an active nation where everyone feels able to do sport and physical activity, no matter their age, background or gender.

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Active Lives Survey

Access the data drawn together from Sport England's Active Lives surveys, which measures the activity levels of people across England. You can analyse the data and run specific queries based on adults maternity status (whether pregnancy or with a child under the age of 1).

This Mum Moves

This Mum Moves is an initiative developed by ukactive in collaboration with a range of expert partners passionate about empowering pregnant and postnatal women to lead healthy and active lives.

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Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport & Physical Activity (CIMSPA) is the professional development body for the UK’s sport and physical activity sector, committed to supporting, developing and enabling professionals and organisations to succeed and, as a result, inspire our nation to become more active.

This resource has been created to help healthcare professionals talk about physical activity, but there is also great information for you!

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The Guild of Pregnancy and Postnatal Exercise Instructors

Guild members are fully qualified pregnancy and postnatal exercise instructors who keep their knowledge regularly updated.

The #ReadyforPregnancy and #ReadyforParenthood campaigns is a unique collaboration of local maternity systems from across the South East region.


They work with the shared objective to raise awareness of how women’s health when they get pregnant affects them and their baby not only throughout their pregnancy, but also at birth.

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Ready for Pregnancy

The link takes you to the 'English' language version of the booklet. Other languages are available HERE

Ready for Parenthood

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In collaboration with Happy Parents. Happy Baby., we've produced a

FREE to download leaflet packed with Tops Tips to support you

if you choose to be active during the COVID-19 pandemic.

SheRACES was founded by Sophie Power, an ultrarunner, mum of 3, Women in Sport trustee and APF ambassador. The campaign aims to get women onto the start line by supporting race directors to make their events as accessible and inclusive as possible – holding the female competition in equal regard. 

Race Guidelines

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e-Learning for Healthcare deliver a range of programmes

developed in collaboration with organisations including Royal Colleges, Department of Health & Social Care, NHS England and

NHS Improvement and Public Health England 


Anyone can sign up for the following e-learning modules

Sport and physical activity for people with mental health problems; a tookit for the sports sector

Mind has developed a toolkit to help make your services more accessible to people with mental health problems. 

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NICE's role is to improve the outcomes for people using the NHS and  other public health and social care services.

Guidance on the following topics

British Association of Sport and Exercise Science (BASES)

The BASES Expert Statement on Pregnant and Postnatal Athletes,

produced on behalf of the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences by Dr Marlize De Vivo, Dr Lou Atkinson, Gráinne Donnelly, Prof Kirsty Elliot-Sale, Chloe Hillyar, Sarah Rand, Dr Claire-Marie Roberts and The Active Pregnancy Foundation.

The Statement highlights current guidelines, areas where further evidence and consensus is needed, and the multi-disciplinary approach necessary to effectively support athletes with their health, training, and performance goals during and after pregnancy.


The benefits of exercising/being active when trying to conceive

Additional information on how exercising/being active before you get pregnant and during pregnancy benefits your pregnancy and baby. You can even take the 'Are you ready to conceive' quiz!

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