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8 reasons why children benefit from Physically Active Learning

Indoor break is no fun for teachers. This is partly because it’s harder to set up the classroom for the next lesson or get some marking done, but mainly because teachers instinctively understand that children need the time to move around and prepare their brains for learning. A growing body of research by cognitive neurologists […]

It sounds good, but does physically active learning actually work?

Learning maths whilst being physically active. It definitely sounds like fun, but does it really work? The short answer is yes, it does. A six-week study conducted by academics at Leeds Beckett University has concluded that the Maths on the Move (MOTM) programme both improves maths attainment and increases physical activity levels. The study, conducted […]

Math’s on the Move – 2 birds 1 Stone

Maths on the Move is ready to relaunch Planning the return of all students will be tough, especially how we will support those who have missed so much classroom learning Lockdown saw teachers transform the way they teach, going above and beyond for their pupils. Yet the implications of lockdowns without face-to-face learning are inescapable […]