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  • Trim Trail 4 Piece

    Top tips for creating engaging physical education

    15 March 2018 By Sue Wilkinson and Eileen Marchant, Association for Physical Education

    We all know and recognise that a healthy body gives rise to a healthy mind. There’s now a wealth of knowledge and evidence providing the connectivity between activity, emotional wellbeing and improved academic achievement.

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  • Your guide to the new PE and sports premium

    Your guide to the new PE and sports premium

    10 April 2017 By John Healey, Category Buyer - Sports

    What is the purpose of the physical education and school sport premium?

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  • top 10 new nursery and early years products 2017

    Our top 10 nursery and early years products 2017

    18 January 2017 By Richard Tinker, Head of Trading

    Welcome to the first in a series of blogs featuring our top 10 new products across our range of primary and secondary curriculum resources.

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  • Paralympics athletes

    Schools need to recognise the power of sport

    07 September 2016 By Fiona Wilkins, Corporate Communications Manager

    Our communications manager Fiona Wilkins talks to Sue Wilkinson and Eileen Marchant from the afPE about a few current issues facing PE teachers.

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  • Rugby

    The five life lessons of rugby

    24 September 2015 By Charlie Holland, Sales & Marketing Apprentice

    Last Friday saw the start of the eighth Rugby World Cup, hosted for the first time by England on its own. With the spotlight temporarily on the sport, what life lessons can it really teach us?

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  • Sport Literacy

    How to improve physical literacy in children

    29 April 2015 By Louise Hardcastle, Assistant Buyer - Sports, Early Years & Special Needs

    We focus on the key topic of PE and sport in schools, and provide some useful ideas on how to help your pupils be physically literate.

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