Physical Literacy

Covid-19 and Physical Literacy Infographics

The IPLA in association with PE Scholar have created the following infographic to capture current thoughts around how Covid-19 might be impacting upon the development and maintenance of physical literacy. Questions Infographic – long Questions … Read More

New ‘Move Crew’ programme to get children moving

ukactive Kids and Nike launch Move Crew programme to get children moving ukactiveKids and Nike have launched Move Crew, a set of activity missions designed to help children unlock their 60 minutes of daily recommended activity. The Coronavirus … Read More


Physical Activity and the Immune System

Can physical activity boost your immune system? With Covid-19 currently changing our working patterns and lifestyles, many have chosen to incorporate physical activity within their new daily routines, to breakup the day whilst benefiting from … Read More

60 Minutes of Physical Activity Every Day

Children will have a greater opportunity to access 60 minutes of daily sport and physical activity, whether that be in school, after school or during weekends and holidays, under new Government plans revealed in July … Read More

Physical Literacy and Flourishing

Physical Literacy and Flourishing

Introduction to Physical Literacy and Flourishing We say that a good specimen of an oak tree is an oak tree that is flourishing. In the same way it could be argued that a good society … Read More

Physical Activity, Motivation and Adolescence

Introduction Motivating students to want to learn can be one of the most challenging aspects of teaching within the secondary school sector. Adolescents during this time are starting to carve out their identity, establishing who … Read More

Childhood Obesity Guidance

This blog outlines the new plans from the Government outlined in the document “Childhood Obesity: a plan for action”.