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Thousands of children, teachers and schools – across the UK and internationally – are seeing the benefits of active learning. Keep up to date with the latest news, best practice and success stories from across the industry

The 'Check it out!' show

It was great to join @ICTEvangelist & @AlKingsley_Edu on the #checkitoutshow. If you missed it, catch up below to hear all about how Teach Active can help raise standards through active lessons and other amazing education solutions/services....

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Mental Health + Wellbeing at the Heart of your Curriculum

In this webinar, TeacherToolkit’s Ross McGill will discuss with headteacher, Ben Levinson, how he and his staff have transformed the wellbeing and mental health culture of Kensington Primary School, London. We will hear how they have achieved this, recently recognised by the Department for Education and by the TES, winning the award (2020) for Wellbeing and mental health!...

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Education On Fire Podcast

Listen to the latest podcast from Education On Fire with Mark Taylor which features Teach Active founder Jon Smedley talking about his experiences within education, as a senior leader, a Primary Advisor and PE consultant. He works with schools across the UK and internationally, promoting the rationale and benefits of an active school day and focusing on how this can be achieved through active lessons and active teaching and learning strategies....

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Teaching through the pandemic

Listen to the latest podcast from NCETM and Nikki Bailey, Deputy Headteacher at Oldfield Primary School, to see how Teach Active and Active Learning has been used in maths across Key Stages 1 and 2, and the benefits this has had for children after a long period of home learning. Nikki Bailey is deputy head and Year 1 teacher at a primary school in Chester. She has long been an advocate of teaching maths through physical activity but has found this particularly beneficial in autumn 2020, with children returning to school unaccustomed to periods of formal, focused concentration. She describes activities and encourages other teachers to have a go....

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