We know that improved physical health will positively impact pupils’ lives, their ability to learn, their resilience and their mental and social well-being.

At Gymrun, we embed a fun and inclusive physical health assessment into the culture of primary schools. We encourage all pupils to reach not to fear failure, to understand that this is ok, to learn from these experiences and to improve.

Gymrun supports the revised DFE guidelines for the school sports premium and meets key personal development criteria in the new Ofsted framework.

Gymrun Assessment

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

The assessment provides personal competition, developing all pupils’ understanding of how to keep physically healthy. The informative data and motivational badges raise the profile of health and well-being across your school.

Gymrun Curriculum

The Gymrun Curriculum is a simple way to reach 30 minutes of physical activity in the school day and improve physical health in all pupils.

Visit Gymrun on YouTube to watch sessions 1-10.

Stuart Sinclair

‘I’m not going to be as good as you at some things and you are not going to be as good as me at some things. And that’s ok. You might not be the best, but you still need to want to achieve everything you can out of the ability you have. 

In Gymrun, the graded badge scheme enables you to set personal goals and targets. You have to put in the hard work and the end results will come. This is what makes it engaging. There aren’t many things that do this.’ 

Stuart Sinclair. Gymrun Ambassador

 Gymrun Outreach

We are incredibly proud to have Two Teachers Travelling voluntarily promoting and delivering Gymrun in schools all over the world in 2019-2020.

 

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