• What works in schools and colleges to increase physical activity? (2019)

    a report that summarises evidence of what works in schools and colleges to promote levels of activity amongst children and young people

    What works in schools and colleges to increase physical activity?
    What works in schools and colleges to increase physical activity? : a report that summarises evidence of what works in schools and colleges to promote levels of activity amongst children and young people

    This document summarises the evidence of what works in schools and colleges, to increase levels of physical activity amongst children and young people.

    The evidence suggests an association between being physically active, and academic attainment and attention. Being physically active also helps to promote physical and emotional health and wellbeing.

    Children and young people who are physically active are more likely to continue the habit into adult life.

    This document is intended for:

    • headteachers
    • college principals
    • staff working in education settings
    • directors of public health
    • wider educational partners
    Organisatie(s) : Public Health England
    Jaar: 2019
    Plaats: London
    Uitgever(s): Public Health England
    Collatie: 83 p. Update van 2015.
    Mediumsoort: Rapport
    Trefwoord(en): bewegingsonderwijs, evaluatie, lichaamsbeweging, primair onderwijs, voortgezet onderwijs
    Literatuurverwijzing: Public Health England (2019). What works in schools and colleges to increase physical activity?: a report that summarises evidence of what works in schools and colleges to promote levels of activity amongst children and young people. London: Public Health England.