Month: November 2019

Maths on the Move 2017/18 – The Results!

The scores are in! In the 2017/18 academic year 108 groups took on Maths on the Move, that is a total of 1,456 children.  77,760 minutes of physically active learning completed and 174,720 maths challenges answered. What is Maths on the Move? Just in case you’re not familiar with Maths on the Move, here’s a… Read more »

How can Physically Active Learning help my school?

What exactly is Physically Active Learning, and how can it increase attainment levels? What is active learning and why is it a solution? Read the following article by Andy Daly-Smith, Children’s Physical Activity Researcher at Leeds Beckett University, to find out more. How can physical activity help a child do better in school? By Andy Daly-Smith…. Read more »

A classroom is for sitting, right?

Physically Active Learning is here to change the way you look at the classroom! You’ve probably heard about it by now, the idea of physically active learning. Gone are the days when pupils would spend an entire hour sat behind their desks.  Okay, we may be being slightly optimistic by suggesting that this no longer… Read more »