PE&ST reports on the recently-held national conference to say ‘goodbye to unhealthy vending in schools’…
In the latest in our health and fitness series, PE&ST looks at the increasingly popular ABC Challenge from Evolve Sport
PE&ST reports on the recent More than Just Medals conference and looks at the plans for London’s Olympic Park – with Wembley and the Millennium Dome for a track record it must be third time lucky…
Professor Mike Askew tells us how to help children engage in, and appreciate, the benefits of co–operative activity.
This issue’s creative teaching section is all about minibeasts. You will find the usual exhaustive array of background notes, mini project plans, photo pages and activity sheets – all designed to support the whole curriculum.
Tim and Amanda Lewis discover that the ukulele is an ideal instrument for developing children’s musical creativity
Oliver Caviglioli continues his column on visual tools with a diagram to develop causal analysis
PE&ST reports from the English Schools Athletics Association (ESAA) future champions seminar in Manchester, where youngsters had the chance to spend the day with one of the greatest athletes of all time – Daley Thompson…
Jan Green presents a web discovery trail on the theme of seasides and islands.
PE&ST talks to Paul Willmott and Hannah Pettet about their sports college’s involvement in World Challenge Expeditions…
Selling rowing to the masses It’s a tough call but if anyone can do it, surely five–time Olympian Steve Redgrave is the man. Chris Green reports
Janet Evans discusses a method of developing the literacy of 4, 5 and 6 year olds through songs, rhymes and jingles.
Susan Sinclair takes a look at how music can be integrated into any subject – including mathematics.
This issue’s Technology Tutorial focuses on activities about minibeasts for children at Key Stages 1 and 2 using an interactive whiteboard.
Steve Padget explains why LogoVisual Thinking Kits offer a dynamic medium of thought in English at Key Stage 3
A selection of creative, open-ended starter activities to get children's brains buzzing, by Marcelo Staricoff and Alan Rees.
Tina Ryan reports on the Adidas St. Mary’s Relays and looks at one Local Education Authority’s innovative approach to encouraging children to get involved in Athletics…