Partners and Stakeholders

From traditional sporting bodies and organisations that promote active schools, to producers of digital educational resources and academic research bodies, Super Movers' partners and stakeholders represent a broad range of disciplines.

Whatever their area of expertise all share Super Movers' aim to get the UK's primary aged children more physically active.

Listed below are links to their websites. Since these pages aren't run or maintained by the BBC we can't guarantee their content - nor are we endorsing them as a product.

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  • Association for Physical Education - A subject association which promotes and maintains high standards and safe practice in all aspects and at all levels of physical education, school sport and physical activity, influencing developments at national and local levels that will impact on pupils' physical health and emotional well-being.

D

  • Discover Education - Discovery Education is a trusted partner for schools, supporting them in realising their vision and achieving their goals with curriculum-matched content, professional development solutions and professional networking opportunities.

I

  • iMoves - Solving the "How to get the children more active?" dilemma. It's the no-stress, no-sweat way for you to bring activity into your classrooms, hall or outdoors.
  • The Irish FA Foundation -The Irish FA Foundation is the charitable arm of the Irish FA and exists to further equip the association to foster and grow the sport.

L

  • Loughborough University, School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences - A broad range of social and natural sciences contribute to the School's research activity which is organised within three themes: Sport performance, Lifestyle for health and wellbeing and Participation in sport and exercise. The School's research into the role of physical activity in aiding classroom learning has given insight to, and helped, inform the Super Movers campaign.

P

  • The PE Hub - The PE Hub was created to provide relevant, plentiful and high quality PE schemes of work and lesson plans.
  • The PE Suite - The PE Suite is a fresh and innovative teaching resource that challenges children to a greater depth of learning and a higher quality of physical literacy than typically achieved in schools.
  • Premier League Primary Stars - Premier League Primary Stars inspires girls and boys aged 5-11 in the classroom, the playground and on the sports field. Teaching materials cover subjects from English and Maths to PSHE and PE, with free-to-download activity ideas, worksheets, lesson plans, fun assemblies and exclusive videos.
  • Primary Energise - Primary Energise was created by Dave Bamber, a practising lead P.E. teacher in a Devon primary school. Dave created the programme to realise a need to supply a comprehensive, easy to use fun way of engaging every pupil in regular short bursts of activity.
  • Primary PE Planning - An online resource created by teachers for teachers. The website includes interactive lesson plans such as 'Sports Day' which can be used to encourage children and families to lead a healthy and active lifestyle.
  • Public Health England - An executive agency of the Department of Health and Social Care, Public Health England provides government, local government, the NHS, Parliament, industry and the public with evidence-based professional, scientific expertise and support.

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  • SPFL Trust - An independent charity associated with the Scottish Professional Football League, SPFL Trust works in partnership with Scotland's clubs and external agencies to promote, support, fund and administer activities to help meet the identified social needs of the people of Scotland.
  • Sport Cardiff - Cardiff's sport development team based at Cardiff Metropolitan University has the aim of increasing "Opportunities for all through Sport". Key consideration is given to the following groups: 'Women and Girls', 'Disability and Inclusive Sport', 'The BME population' and 'Areas of Deprivation'.
  • Sport England - Sport England invests funds from the Government and The National Lottery so that people from all backgrounds and abilities can do sport and physical activity.
  • Sports Leaders UK - Sports Leaders UK works with over 2,000 organisations and 90,000 young people every year across the UK to up-skill them through formally recognised leadership awards and qualifications.
  • Sport Wales - The national organisation responsible for developing and promoting sport and physical activity in Wales.
  • Striver - Striver empowers all primary school teachers, with or without a PE specialism, to deliver a great PE program from one central online resource.

T

  • Tagtiv8 - Ideas, resources, support and training that energise learning in Mathematics and English.
  • Twinkl - Teacher-created materials and resources, including Twinkl Move a package to help teachers build an engaging PE curriculum.

U

  • ukactive - A not-for-profit body comprised of members and partners from across the UK active lifestyle sector with a vision to get more people, more active, more often.

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  • Youth Sport Trust - A national charity which aims to create a brighter future for all children and young people through the power of sport.