Initiative to get pupils running for 15 minutes per day set to expand following £1.5m funding boost
Tory opposed to junk food ad ban says schools have 40 weeks a year to help pupils lose weight
Joe Wicks is going back to where his career began to try to help tackle children’s lack of physical activity
Study finds that The Daily Mile improves fitness and activity levels
A Scottish council is planning to buy 1,400 bikes so it can set up a bike library in 70 primary schools
Scotland’s chief medical officer backs the move, saying active outdoor play can also help to close the attainment gap and develop children's science skills
Encouraging children to take part in 'risky play' activities can help them to become more independent and to develop valuable life skills, argues this early years practitioner
A brief rundown of this widely used theory of human development
Adults who went to private school are less likely to eat take-out meals or watch television than their state school counterparts, study of 8,400 people reveals
By using an energy-check station to encourage exercise and relaxation, this elementary school teacher has helped students regulate their own behavior in lessons
A teacher’s voice is important. It is a tool of multiple uses and ultimate flexibility. And yet, it is something we tend to neglect
The principal of the only state school for girls with autism in the UK shares ways to support and teach
How an infant chooses their dominant hand could be used to identify if they are at risk of developing language problems
Self-monitoring and self-control may be the best way to instill focus.
The assistant head of a primary school in London explains how her team are using physical activity to improve children's sensory abilities.
Leading educationalist warns children spend too much time in front of screens
Everyone needs a little help from their friends occasionally, and it was certainly the case for this PE student in China.
Scout Association: ‘There is a dramatic disparity in pupils' access to character-building activities’
Curiosity, integrity and resilience influence educational attainment, writes the chief executive of the Scout Association, Matt Hyde. But not all young people have the opportunity to develop these attributes
The one-time Great Britain No 1 and Olympic silver medallist remembers how this Mrs Pepperpot-like nun helped keep her tennis training on track with kindness and understanding