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Saturday, Apr 27, 4:00 PM BST · 1 hour

Moving & Learning Works & Plays

April 27, 2019 at 04:00:00 PM · London
About This Webinar

Modern schools are incredibly busy places with relentless pressures to increase standards.

In amongst all of this, the health and wellbeing of UK primary school children is on the decline.

Physical activity levels amongst UK primary-aged children are falling from as early as 7-years of age.
Only 10% of children achieve the daily recommendations for physical activity.
Increasing numbers of children in the UK are leaving school classified as obese or overweight.

Traditional approaches towards improving health outcomes for children focus heavily upon Sport & PE during segmented periods of the school day. But does this engage all children in becoming more active? Or does it merely maintain the levels of those that are active already?

This workshop will focus on the principles of Physically Active Learning (PAL). Research in this field has found that PAL can:
Improve classroom behaviour and activity engagement.
Significantly reduce sedentary periods of time.
Offer aggregated improvement in academic performance over time.

This session will share the benefits of blending research and practice from around the world.

Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: Free
Webinar ID: 715db0d51d36
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter
Bryn Llewellyn
Bryn worked in various UK schools for 25 years as a Teacher, Deputy Head and Acting Head Teacher. In 2012, he founded Tagtiv8 Active Learning. His pioneering approach to active learning and research not only provides an enjoyable alternative to classroom based learning, but promotes physical activity – crucial when challenging the increasing problem of sedentary lifestyles.

Ian Holmes
Ian is the Headteacher at Thorner Primary School. Physical activity and the related benefits sit at the heart of his school culture and ethos. Ian leads a school that aims to be an inspirational place to learn and play, with movement-based learning currently being trialled with specific classes to instill confidence in these methods and demonstrate the positive impact on teaching and learning for all.

Richard Allman
Richard is an SLE and SLT member at Malton Community Primary School. As a PE specialist he delivers CPD to school leaders, teaching staff and ITT students. Richard is passionate about empowering primary practitioners to integrate purposeful physical activity into classroom pedagogy."
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