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Creativity in Sport
About Us
Creativity in Sport works in partnership with schools, local authorities and government departments and offers fresh opportunities to young people who need support and guidance with emotional and behavioural difficulties.

We have worked with over 50 schools, enthused and motivated hundreds of young people who are disengaged and disadvantaged, incorporated numerous family members in our programmes and successfully created job opportunities for several of our ex offenders and course participants so they can inspire and lead by example to the benefit of the local community.

Creativity in Sport is run by Lizzie Webb and Debbie Flood.

Lizzie Webb
Lizzie founded Creativity in Sport in 2003; she has devised and implemented numerous physical activity projects for primary and secondary schools, but she is probably best known for her twice morning daily fitness sessions on TVam.

Prior to her 10 years with ITV’s first breakfast station, Lizzie taught at the Pineapple Dance Studios, The London Studio Centre, Sylvia Young and Italia Conti Stage Schools and many other educational institutions. In the 1970’s/80’s, Lizzie was a tutor in charge of a residential home for excluded school pupils and a teacher of both academic and physical activity subjects in London schools with special measures.

The Body Rocks concept and programmes originated in 2006 when Lizzie and Debbie were teaching as volunteers in the sports wing of Huntercombe Boys Juvenile Prison.

Debbie Flood
Debbie is an Olympic oarswoman, winning silver medals at both the Athens and Beijing Olympic games. She has been an international athlete for 13 years winning several gold medals competing in the World Rowing Championships.

She is a UK Sport Ambassador for Drug Free Sport, an assistant rowing coach and the rowing representative for Christians in Sport. Debbie lectures to both businesses and schools and has worked with children of all ages introducing the rowing machine as an additional or alternative way of encouraging youngsters to participate in sport .She has been a class room assistant and is a trained prison officer.