PhysIcal literacy

Is at the core of
everything we do

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Physical literacy leads to better performance in the classroom, greater motivation and stronger social connections.
Research shows that physically literate children are twice as likely to be active,
have higher levels of mental wellbeing and feel their experiences are more positive.

Physical Literacy

Today’s environment and increasingly inactive lifestyles mean many children are missing out on learning fundamental movement skills, like how to run, throw, kick, catch or jump. 

This is a vital first step in developing physical literacy.

Research shows that physically literate children are twice as likely to be active, have higher levels of mental well-being and feel their experiences are more positive. 

We believe that by creating high quality, innovative, inclusive and educational target games we can help be part of the solution.

Physical Literacy

Psychological

The impact they have on their confidence and motivation to move. The attitudes and emotions a person has towards movement.

 

Physical

Physical

Movement skills, body control and overall fitness that a person acquires and applies through movement.

 

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Social

Interaction with others in relation to activity and movement.

 

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Cognitive

An understanding of how, why and when we move.

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London Sport
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