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Scottish Primary Pupils & their daily mile

Does running a mile a day really improve children’s lives? The Scottish school that asked primary pupils to do 15 minutes of exercise every day started a global trend – and research suggests it really is transforming lives Linda GeddesLast modified on Mon 21 May 2018 12.05 BST It was an 80-year-old volunteer who prompted Elaine […]

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Short bursts of exercise equally beneficial

Short bursts of exercise equally beneficial as concentrated regular activity finds research Dr Ananya Mandal, MD, Busy urban lives mean little time for regular physical activity and exercise. A new study has found that short bursts of exercise, if they add up to the total required exercise during the week, can reduce the risk of […]

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Teach Primary & Bett show

Check out Fitt-in on the Teach Primary website The Fitt-in team will also be at the Bett show on Wednesday 24 January at Excel london. Email to arrange a meeting      

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Incorporate PE into classroom learning

The Fit and Healthy Childhood all-party parliamentary group has demanded a comprehensive review of the role that physical activity takes in the fight against obesity. Its report, published 16th October 2017, is intended as a blueprint for the form that physical activity takes during early years and primary schooling. The new report on children’s health and wellbeing […]

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#FitnessDay is on 27 September 2017.  With just a week to go all UK Primary schools can get involved for free with This easy to use online tool gets primary school pupils moving in the classroom. All you have to do is select a video, press play and follow along. Start your free trial […]

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