Guest Blog We have asked our friend and colleague Hannah Bell to write a guest blog aimed at supporting school staff who are perhaps struggling
The Chief Medical Officers’ recommendation is that children should take part in an average of 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous activity each day. In
The difference between physical activity and Physical Education and balancing them both in Lockdown 3.
When children are at school they take part in both Physical Education (recommended 2 hours per week) AND physical activity (recommended 30 minutes a day
Making the most of Fitness in Education – How to design Fitness sessions to incorporate Personal Development.
We have seen a significant boom in the inclusion of fitness based sessions in Primary Schools following the popularity of ‘PE’ with Joe in lockdown
The benefits of having PE, School Sport and Physical Activity at the HEART of our school curriculums and in the hearts of our children.
Ever wondered why some of us are so passionate about the power of a subject like PE? Physical Education, School Sport and Physical Activity can be
Do you take care of yourself? REALLY take care of yourself? What does self care actually mean for you? The busyness of everyday life, the
We are currently in National Lockdown 2.0; engaging children in regular physical activity is becoming more and more challenging. Some reasons for this may include:
Are you sitting in lots of virtual meetings throughout the day? We would like to help you to make virtual meetings more active! We advocate
There are many benefits to being physically active, regardless of our age. The positive effects on the body are numerous – strengthening our heart and
“Although an activity of any intensity provides health benefits, greater intensity provides more benefits for the same amount of time. Activities need to be of