How can I fit more activity into the primary school day?

Watch the short video to find ideas to use in with your class.
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When I speak with primary school teachers around the nation, a recurring theme I encounter is the challenge of incorporating more movement within the classroom, given the multitude of other responsibilities they juggle.

While it may seem daunting, promoting greater physical activity among children throughout the day needn't be difficult.  In fact, it can foster a more focused and happier learning environment for your class.

And as educators, you stand to benefit as well, as your children become more well-behaved and enthusiastic about the subjects you teach - ultimately creating a better teaching environment for you.

In light of this, I've asked Ryan, an experienced teacher (who is also known for his contributions to the BBC, including BBC Bitesize and Supermovers), to share some of his tried-and-true tips that you can implement in your own classroom to increase physical activity.

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