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University View: Successful Kinaesthetic Instruction for Pre-schoolers

We are facing issues that we have never encountered before in our society. As a results of the increased levels of physical inactivity in children it has been predicted that they may die five years earlier than their parents, despite improvements in modern medicine. The bill to the NHS is […]

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We have decided to set up a new blog so you can keep up to date with everything that is going on here at the Wales Institute for Physical Literacy.
Why do we need to get pupils moving?
Picture by: Milford Mercury 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 Kinaesthetic Instruction for Pre-schoolers) which aims to develop pupils' motor development in the Foundation Phase. [...]