Physical Literacy Micro-Grants Awarded

“Physical literacy is the motivation, confidence, physical competence, knowledge, and understanding to value and take responsibility for engagement in physical activities for life.” – The International Physical Literacy Association, May 2014

Physical Literacy Micro-Grants have been awarded to the following organization for 2019-2020:

  • Eliot River Ramblers Soccer Club – Move & Play program
  • Football PEI – First Down Grassroots Football
  • Morell Consolidated School – Fun with Fitness
  • Montague Regional High School – Viking Fit
  • Colonel Gray High School – Gray Fit
  • Town of Alberton – Seniors Groove Alberton
  • Town of Cornwall – Welcome to Winter in Canada
  • Boys & Girls Club of Charlottetown – Sensory Path
  • The Native Council of PEI – Inu’tesink – Indigenous Dance
  • Snowboard PEI – Little Riders
  • Montague Consolidated School – Motor Lab
  • Vernon River Consolidated School – Stretch & Strengthen
  • Special Olympics PEI – Gymnastics Partnership Program
  • Charlottetown Triathlon Club – Adult Introductory Triathlon Program
  • Stonepark Intermediate School – Daily Physical Activity & Grade 8 Wellness Challenge


A working group has been established to help increase the Physical Literacy of Islanders. The group is led by Recreation PEI and includes members from Sport PEI, Parasport & Recreation PEI, Special Olympics PEI, the PEI Aboriginal Sport Circle, and the PEI Department of Health & Wellness- Sport, Recreation & Physical Activity Division.

This project has been made possible in part by the Government of Canada and the Government of Prince Edward Island.