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STEP Support Officer Charlie Weeds captures a Scarlets scrum the day they won over Toulon in a 30 - 27 victory at Parc y Scarlets

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Scotland’s Deputy First Minister and Cabinet Secretary for Education, John Swinney visited St. David’s RC Primary in Dalkeith, Midlothian on the morning of Thursday 23 November to see for himself the STEP physical literacy programme in action.

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The Primary School PE and Sport Premium is available for schools to make improvements to the quality of PE they offer.

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From Mississippi to Midlothian... how adaptive learning can enable schools to get it right for every child

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Professor Pat Preedy is quoted in The Independent today saying “Research shows there is a link between early movement and children’s development and learning." (STEP responds with "We agree! Get STEP in schools now.")

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I was so inspired by the ambitions of these incredible individuals still not yet a decade old and also by how committed their teachers are to helping them achieve daily goals - everyone is excited about STEP Physical Literacy

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Professor Geraint Jones, Dean of Education at the University of Buckingham and Chair of the STEP Advisory Group delivered a key note speech about the impact of programmes such as STEP on pupil attainment.

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Kenny Logan met the teachers and children involved with The STEP Programme in Midlothian

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Conor Davey STEP CEO talks to Mississippi Radio on the #SuperTalk Gallow Show

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Scott County School District was seeking a solution for students whose reading performance was significantly below their potential, as perceived by their teachers. STEP

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“I thought it was going to be crazy,” Holcomb said. “Exercises that help you concentrate? I don’t know about that.” But her last test proved something had changed. It was more than just her grade, which was a significant jump from the previous test...

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Brian Whittle asks the Cabinet Secretary John Swinney if the Scottish Parliament will introduce STEP physical literacy into schools as part of its obesity strategy

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Former Scotland rugby international and BBC Strictly Come Dancing star Kenny Logan joined Mark McKenzie for a special St Andrews Day edition of the BFBS Scotland Breakfast Show... talking rugby, dancing and dyslexia.

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The Education Committee recently launched an inquiry into assessment in Primary Schools, scrutinising reforms to assessment and their impact on T & L. It also covers the wider effects of assessment and possible next steps for Government policy.

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Edinburgh Mums is a free smartphone app giving discounts and treats to mums across the Lothians. It's free and available on iOS & Android. Their research team recently interviewed Kenny Logan about how it felt to grow up with a learning disability.

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Independent Coach Education explores the childhood obesity epidemic against the holistic development of pupils – and where better to start than introducing PE lessons to young children. ICE champions STEP physical literacy in primary school aged children

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Listen to Kenny Logan on BBC Radio Scotland talk about the stigma of an undiagnosed learning disability, his experience of being labelled as stupid and how his struggle fuelled his determination to ensure that every child has the opportunity to improve.

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Kenny Logan spoke to The Press and Journal in Scotland about how he felt when his children learned to read… because Kenny struggled with dyslexia. His feelings of failure were so traumatic that he left school without much hope of being ‘normal'

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Elizabeth Smith (MSP) writes in Think Scotland about how to improve attainment with a focus on why Kenny Logan champions The STEP Programme - physical literacy in schools for children aged 7-13. Data shows that 1 in 5 children need support like STEP.

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The idea of sport and general physical activity adding value to education is almost universally accepted. Within the independent sector it is demonstrated by the success of the IAPS sporting events calendar. David Hanson explains why he backs STEP

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