"Academic, health and physical development through the application of science in our next generation"
Integrated support from PhD student researchers using their work and expertise to address educational, curricular and environmental changes in schools, for the better (1)! Preventing obesity during adolescence and childhood development is a public health priority (2) and the school environment is indicative to generating a successful pathway (3).
Recent research shows that correctly structured PE and physical activity in schools produces favourable increases in academic performance (4).
The government fully support ingenuity and novel strategies to improve the health, fitness and well being of our future generations (5). Working closely with your staff we are able to provide staff, student and environmental development to put YOU in a favourable and pioneering position.
1. Murillo et al. (2013). Promising school based strategies and intervention guidelines to increase physical activity of adolescents.
2. Alberga et al. (2012). Overweight and obese teenagers: why is adolescence a critical period?
3. World Health Orginisation. (1997). Background, development and strategy outline of the health promoting schools project.
4. Marques et al. (2017). Association between physical education, school based activity, and academic performance: a systematic review.
5. House of Commons., David Foster. (2017). School sport in England.
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