10000 children take up Active Movement

The recent joint programme with London Sport has seen a significant landmark in the Active Movement programme. Working with nurseries, children’s centres, primary and secondary schools in Worcestershire, Berkshire, Suffolk and across London has seen the programme reach over 10000 children of all ages. This is an important moment not only because of the numbers […]

London Active Movement

The first three of five schools launched their Active Movement programme this week as part of the joint campaign alongside London Sport. Haimo Primary School in Greenwich, Queensbridge Primary in Hackney and Sir Francis Drake Primary in Lewisham completed their teacher training session and all three have become Active Movement schools. The link with London […]

Active Launch in Slough

Active Movement has truly come to Slough after a special PR day to launch the programme amongst the participating schools across the borough. Children and teachers from primary schools Montem Academy and Wexham Court were joined by Chalvey Grove Children’s Centre at a special press event held at another Active Movement school, Eden Girls. All […]

Active Movement in Suffolk

Two primary schools (All Saints CEVAP and Pot Kiln Primary) plus secondary school Newmarket Academy are completing their third term of the programme with an upweighted schedule of movements and messaging. From now until Christmas, all three schools will follow a schedule of Active Movement events along with more daily activity in the classroom and […]

Active Movement in Slough

Active Movement has got underway in three Primary schools in Slough. Castleview Primary, Montem Academy and Wexham Court Primary School were set up last week and have immediately started their Active Movement programme. Teachers were trained and children briefed in readiness with each school being transformed into an Active Movement environment to educate and inspire […]

Active Movement in Haringey

The borough of Haringey represents a new challenge for active movement with one of the most diverse populations across ethnicity, deprivation and educational ability. So when active movement had the chance to work with Debbie Arrigon from Haringey public health to introduce the concept to a local primary school, it was too good an opportunity to miss.

Active Movement in Berkshire

From January 2016, two schools undertook the first active movement pilot to involve a number of schools in a single town. In partnership with West Berkshire Council and Get Berkshire Active, Park House School (the first national secondary school ever to take part) and The Winchcombe Reception and Primary school were introduced to the active movement for the Spring and Summer term.