Succeedin’s online PE & Sport impact writer Legacy gets National Qualification Recognition.
Succeedin can today announce that it is delighted to be working with VisionED and Founder Martin Radmore. VisionED provides schools and teachers with award-winning, accredited qualifications, CPD and consultancy services to ensure all pupils benefit from enjoyable, experiential and compelling learning.
The partnership aims to support as many pupils, teachers […]
The PE Suite and Succeedin have formed a working partnership to bring you a complete product that will enable you to deliver an outstanding approach to primary Physical Education. This collaboration aims to consolidate the management of P.E. for the P.E. lead by giving schools the capacity for rigorous data collection to show accurate accountable evidence with Legacy Impact reporting, […]
Aspire Training Solutions, part of the Aspire Active Education Group today announced its strategic partnership with Succeedin Limited, the specialist education platform supplier, and confirmed the launch of it’s new online PECS (stands for PE Curriculum Support) platform in November 2016, built on the powerful SaaS Succeedin technology platform, used in Schools across the UK.
The new partnership has enabled Aspire […]
Succeedin are pleased to announce for the BETT Show 2016 a new partnership with Funky Moves Limited.
The team at Funky Moves is passionate about promoting engaging, inclusive and fun physical activity for kids and teens with our active gaming platform. Funky Moves uses light and sound stimuli built into colourful plastic cones to create interactive physical games and exercises for […]
Our experience shows that more than half of Primary Schools are unable to meet all of the government objectives for the use of the Sports Premium and that their approach to PE could therefore be improved; whether this is in the delivery of a quality PE curriculum, or in the proof and measurability of its impact. The quality of the […]
Page 18 ‘september-october-2015’ edition
Last issue we discussed the devaluation of arts in schools, but with the 2012 Olympic legacy fading and Ebacc threatening to narrow our school curriculum, is physical education also becoming an endangered subject?
Take yourself back to summer 2012. The sun was making a rare, prolonged appearance; monolithic new stadia shone in its glare and every other […]