At the University of Chichester we actively encourage our sports clubs to promote an exclusive environment for all student to be comfortable to participate in sport. SU Sport are running a number of events throughout in conjunction with our #TakeAStand Sports Charter to encourage an inclusive environment, including: This Chi Girl Can; SU Sport #TakeAStand; Disability Sports Festival; and a seminar with a professional Football Referee.
In line with Alcohol Awareness Week which took place at the end of November, a number of WSIHE sports teams took part in fun social activities without alcohol!
The aim of Alcohol Awareness Week is to get people thinking about alcohol – how it affects us as individuals, families, communities and society as a whole.
Drinking habits can spiral out of control quickly and Alcohol Awareness is a great way of getting you to think about your alcohol consumption and how it can affect your health. Many people don’t know what units actually mean in terms of what they drink – and therefore don’t know when they’re drinking too much. For further information on the effects of alcohol and what you can do to cut down, visit the Alcohol Awareness Week website.
A number of WSIHE sports steams are taking part in Sober Socials to take part in fun social activities without alcohol. By running a sober social, our clubs provided an alternative social outside a WSIHE Wednesday. A number of our clubs posted on their sober outings using the #SoberSocial!