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We passionately believe in the power of PE, sport and physical activity to improve lives. 

Children enjoying PE lesson at school
Go Well Blog
Sarah Walmsley

How can PE help children manage their emotions?

Young children can find it hard to understand their emotions. Read our blog on how you can use your PE lessons and physical activity to help children to learn how to manage their emotions and build resilience.

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Children running and playing games
Go Well Blog
Sarah Walmsley

Boosting the quality of PE in your school

We pick out the most important points from Ofsted’s latest review into the quality of PE in primary schools and give our tips on how you can increase the breadth and depth of your PE curriculum

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Children enjoying PE lesson at school
Go Well Blog
Sarah Walmsley

Six top tips to motivate children to be active every day

Motivating children to be active can be hard – more tech-driven entertainment, less time for PE, fewer safe and accessible places to play and, at this time of year, poor weather. Here we share our top ideas to help you motivate your pupils to move more….

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Go Well Blog
Sarah Price

How to encourage children to be active

Just 53% of six year olds are achieving the Chief Medial Officers’ guidelines of 60 minutes moderate to vigorous physical activity each day. How an you encourage children to be more active?

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Children doing PE with teacher
Go Well Blog
Sarah Price

PE – more than keeping fit

Are you maximising PE in your school? Many people understand the benefits of being active but PE, school sport and physical activity can do so much more for your pupils and school. Find out how.

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