Who We Are.

Mike Weeks

Founder/Director

Since 2001, Mike has worked as a PE teacher, Head of PE, Personal Trainer and Director of Sport, driving transformative changes in state and independent schools. In this time, he has seen the positive impact of improved fitness on all areas of children’s lives. In 2016, Mike set up Gymrun to build an inclusive fitness legacy in education, health and sports settings. He has found a way to do this that is fun and purposeful. Mike created Gymrun with every child in mind – particularly those who are less active and less physically competent.

Charlie Blair

In School Development – Independent Schools

Charlie is an Assistant Headteacher & formerly Director of Sport at Newton Prep School. Charlie has supported the innovation and development of Gymrun since it was created in 2016. His early adoption and subject based insight for this fitness program has provided immense value.

Ross Williams

In School Development – State Primary Schools

Ross is PE Lead & a class teacher at Manorbrook Primary School. Ross has supported the innovation and development of Gymrun since his school came on board in 2017. His involvement in and commitment towards this fitness program has been exceptional.

Caroline Meads

Data/Technical

When not working with Gymrun, Caroline is an Operations Manager/Software Engineer at DNV. An all round sports enthusiast, Caroline is instrumental in the running of Clifton Robinson’s Hockey Club in the ladies and junior sections. She is incredibly giving with her time to multiple projects with a sporting and social impact.

Strategic Partners

Lee Molland. Junior School PE Lead.  Sidcot School – ELAN Schools

Mike Cleary. PE, Health & Wellbeing Lead. Malorees Junior School – Brent Schools

Steve Gale. Managing Director. SG Sports Coaching

Dave Gill. Co-Founder/Director. SAS Academy

Chris Wade. Operations and Project Development Manager. Bristol Sport Foundation

Dan Lawton. Projects Manager. Future Stars Coaching

Stuart Block. Deputy Head. Partnerships & Public Benefit. St Paul’s School

Gary Palmer. Strategic Lead. Children & Young People. London Sport

CEW Clinical Team. Bristol Royal Hospital for Children. UHB NHS Trust

Our strategic partners are a diverse group of education, health and sports providers. They adopt the Gymrun program in their schools and organisations in a way that is fun, inclusive and purposeful. These people and organisations share our belief in the central importance of building fitness, physical literacy and resilience in every child. Together we are building fitter futures.