Health and Wellbeing company supporting Worcestershire Schools and Community


Our vision is to actively improve the health and wellbeing of children and young people in Worcestershire and The Cotswolds through physical activty and education.  

When you work with us then the children and young people in your community benefit as a Community Interest Company we will ensure that our profits are reinvested into projects that support our mission and vision.


Our programmes and interventions will promote making and maintaining friendships, therefore working on social skills, team building and building up a support netwwork and around the children and young people. We will provide a safe environment and provide children with a sense of belonging.


At Empower Active CIC we know the importance of physical activity and children and young people’s physical, emotional and mental health.

Physical activity supports physical health as it helps develop fundamental skills, strengthens muscles and bones, helps children and young people to maintain and healthy weight and reduces risks of health issues in later life.




We have professional, experienced staff dedicated to supporting children to progress in many different areas; by offering children and young people the chance to learn new skills and develop new interests and hobbies we will boost their self-esteem. 

Mental wellbeing

 Physical Activity supports emotional and mental health as it reduces stress,  symptoms of anxiety and depression. Physical activity releases endorphines which improves the mood, with all the positivity it naturally helps to improve resilience and self-esteem. 

Maintaining friendships

Our programmes will promote making and maintaining friendships, therefore working on social skills, team building and building up a support network around the children.

What is SEMH?

(Social, emotional and mental health) needs are a type of special educational need where children and young people struggle to manage their emotions and behaviour.

We know there are many reasons why children may struggle with their emotions and behaviour;

Attachment disorder


Long term physical illness

Parents with mental health issues

Parents that are separated or divorced

Living in poverty

Being in care

Acting as a carer for a relative

Early loss


and many more