It begins with physical health.

To engage well in a physical education, we must move well. To move well, we must be physically literate and in good physical health. Improved physical health positively impacts our ability to learn, our resilience and our mental and social well-being.

At Gymrun, we embed fun and inclusive physical health challenges into the culture of schools – informing, engaging, motivating and monitoring all pupils. We encourage pupils of all abilities to push themselves physically, cognitively and personally.

Gymrun supports the DFE guidelines for the school sports premium and meets key requirements in the new Ofsted framework.

Five Challenges

Pupils complete Five Challenges in one lesson, achieving one of eight stages in our badge system.

Our five challenges provide personal competition, developing all pupils’ understanding of how to keep physically healthy.

Foundation Exercises

Sequenced Foundation Exercises in or beyond the school day, improving physical health, literacy and wellbeing.

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Gymrun Schools

St Paul’s Juniors. Lowther Primary. Thomson House. St Paul’s Hammersmith. Newton Prep. Malorees Juniors. Byron Court. Ryefield Primary. Wimbledon High. Scott Wilkie Primary. QEH Juniors. Manorbrook. Crossways. Gillingstool. Frome Vale. Coyote Fitness UK. Castle Secondary. South Glos. G&T. Heron’s Moor Academy. Charfield. Portishead. Mary Elton. St John’s Tisbury. Luckington. Urchfont. St Mary’s Broadway. Bredon Hancock’s. T20Roar. Pebworth First. Hatch Ride. Gorse Ride. Priory. Greville Primary. St Dunstan’s. King’s Avenue. St George’s CE Battersea. Horningsham. Corpus Christi Catholic School Brixton.