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Physical Literacy News

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31
Mar
Why do we need to get pupils moving?
Helping pre-schoolers stay active and feel physically confident improves concentration and motor skills, a programme in Wales has shown. Pupils at 100 primary schools have taken part in the SKIP project (Successful Kinesthetic Instruction for Pre-schoolers) which aims to develop pupils' motor development in the Foundation Phase. Families and teachers have been involved with parents taking [...]
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31
Mar
Playground project is a hop, skip, jump in right direction
A project designed to get children off the sofa and onto the playground is transforming lives in Milford Haven. Rebecca Evans AM, minister for social services and public health, visited the Meads Infant and Nursery School to see the impact of its innovative SKIP project. Developed in America, SKIP (successful kinesthetic instruction for pre-schoolers) aims [...]
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25
Nov
Age Proves no Barrier for Duo as They Launch New Health Centre

A pair of physiologists at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David, are establishing a Centre for Health and Ageing at the University’s campus in Carmarthen.