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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

Improving Disruptive Behaviour

The latest article from Joel Beeden talks about Improving Disruptive Behaviour and how active lessons can make a real difference to classroom behaviour.

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Active Learning Day 2021

A huge Thank You to everyone who took part in our #ActiveLearningDay2021. With over 400 schools involved, we loved seeing your lessons in action and hope you all enjoyed and will continue your Active Lessons. Below are some of our favourite tweets from the day....

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Promoting healthy habits in school

At my school in Deptford, this issue is exacerbated by high poverty levels and a high street full of unhealthy kebabs and fried chicken takeaways.

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Education Resources Award 2021 Winner

We are delighted to announce that we have won an Education Resources Award for Primary Resource or Equipment of the year. The Education Resources Awards (ERA) are organised by Brilliant Marketing Solutions and the British Educational Suppliers Association (BESA). The ERAs were inaugurated in 1997 and highlight the quality and diversity of educational products and resources, excellent educational establishments, and the most dedicated members of the teaching profession and supplier industry, all working together to encourage the very best in education....

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Turning the playground into the classroom

Niamh Hunter believes an innovative approach to social distancing could help to close the attainment gap and, in this article, suggests some activities that could well work for others too.

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Can active learning help to close the attainment gap?

A year of COVID restrictions, social distancing, and lockdowns has had an impact not only on children’s learning but also on their physical activity. Without the opportunity to burn off energy in the playground or take part in sports clubs, many children have been spending less time moving and more time in front of their screens....

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Tackling the negative impact of Coronavirus with active learning

The Coronavirus lockdowns of 2020 will have only increased this and resulted in many pupils spending much more time than they typically would being sedentary. To address the issue could schools consider bringing more active learning opportunities into lessons to help improve the physical health and mental wellbeing of their pupils?...

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