Gloji Energy

Gloji Energy is a new physical health and wellbeing programme for children ran by Achieve Oxfordshire. This exciting 12-week programme is fully funded by Oxfordshire County Council and therefore a free programme for children and their parents/carers. Gloji Energy is accessible to children aged 4-12 years old who have measured on or above the 91st Centile. There are both group and one to one sessions available, dependant on the needs of each family. Gloji Energy aims to create healthier children and families by supporting them to become more active and eat well.

What can you expect?

The sessions are 1 hour long which will involve 45 minutes of physical activity for the children whilst the parents/carers learn about nutrition and healthy habits with our team of expert practitioners.

Parents/carers can expect to learn things including portion sizes, snacking habits, children’s nutritional requirements and so much more. During this time children will engage in fun interactive sessions which will include things such as trampolining, dance, martial arts, and dodgeball.

The remaining 15 minutes will be an interactive activity for the whole family.

Ongoing support from our team of child weight management practitioners.

You can calculate a child's BMI centile here.

If you would like to be considered for groups in September please complete a referral form and we will add you to the waitlist.

Please do continue to sign up and register interest stating which area in Oxfordshire would be of preference. We will try accommodate as many families as we can.

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Inclusion Criteria

Exclusion Criteria

Inclusion/exclusion Criteria

To be eligible for Gloji Energy, the child must;

  • Have a BMI ≥ 91st centile
  • Aged 4-12 years old
  • Living in Oxfordshire or registered to an Oxfordshire GP surgery
  • The family is motivated and ready to make lifestyle changes to lose weight
  • Children and/or parents/carers with complex needs such as learning difficulties and mental health issues should be considered on a case-by-case basis. It is suggested a carer supports the individual throughout the programme.
  • Not be living with Diabetes
  • Not suffering from an unmanaged condition or comorbidity


Another great programme available for children in Oxfordshire is YouMove.

YouMove provides a fantastic range of low cost and free activities for Oxfordshire families who have children on benefit related free school meals. It’s quick and easy to sign up, and you can enjoy activities including swimming, badminton, football and so much more!


Find out more here:

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