EduMove Update 2015 Successes
2015 has been a year of tremendous growth for EduMove in terms of development of strategic partnerships for our key products and programmes. We have continued to grow across Hampshire and the Isle of Wight. It would be unusual to end the year without extending our gratitude to you for your continued support in making this another memorable year for EduMove. Some remarkable developments in 2015 which we shall be building upon in the New Year include:
- Our partnership with Kick It Out ( www.kickitout.org) ,who are the largest UK equality and inclusion football
organisation, will lead to the development of the first ever football based curriculum for primary schools and sport organisations in England. The training programmes and resources that will be delivered on-line will use the power of football to pro-actively engage and educate pupils and young football players on racism and other forms of discrimination.
- Further, EduMove will partner with Succeedin limited (www.succeedin.co.uk ),who are a renowned educational technology company, to ensure that all our programmes and products are accessible and delivered on-line for our partners and customers.
- Our partnership with the Isle of Wight local authority will lead to the design and implementation of an island wide intervention that will integrate the EduMove methodology across its primary school network to improve academic performance and health via improved physical activity.
- Our partnership with the Southampton Solent University School of Sport, Health and Social Sciences has led to the training of over 15 student EduMove practitioners and the completion of ground breaking research to support the development the EduMove methodology.
- Our partnership with the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA) (www.thersa.org) has led the development the Edukicks programme which promotes learning and revision using innovative football activities.
- The launch of the SATS Revision Board Games which improves Year 6 SATS scores across the 9 key maths strands of the new syllabus. The board game also increases physical fitness, enjoyment, maths specific confidence and reduces exam related stress.
- Further, the launch of the SATS revision after school clubs and holiday programmes which increase attainment through physically engaging and stress free multi-sports and football games and activities. The Development of a Crowd Sourcing campaign which aims to deliver a range of context specific EduMove resources to sports academies in Zambia and Kenya to support access to education for disadvantaged children.