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Physical Education

Reducing barriers to learning.

Physical Education can play a distinctive role in how Children and Young People develop, both physically and mentally. A high quality of Physical Education made available to Children and Young People is important for both in and outside of the school environment.

   Active April resources

Life is happier when we get outside, move more & stay active Join in with @Action for happiness. ...Read more

   Change4life – Sports and Activities

Change4life has put together this fantastic repository of resources, information and ideas designed to help Children and Young People stay active. This inclu...Read more

   P.E with Joe

'P.E with Joe' is an online, YouTube-based, exercise tool designed by the British Fitness Coach Joe Wicks in order to help children across the UK stay fit and active during the period of the COVID-19 School closures. There are now over 10 hours of content (comprised of 10-30 minute ind...Read more

   P.H.E – What works in schools and colleges to increase physical activity?

Public Health England has created this resource for head teachers, college principals, staff working in education settings, school nurses, directors of public health, Active Partnerships and wider partners to help increase the level of Physical Education Children and Young People are able to und...Read more

   Physical Education (Association for)

The Association for Physical Education is a membership organisati...Read more

   The benefits of physical Education

What benefit does physical education, physical activity and sport have to emotional wellbeing and mental health? Physical activity and involvement in sport and outdoor education can play a big part in supporting Emotional Wellbeing and Mental...Read more