Physical Activity

'Compulsory' physical fitness: what students think

Bragg,P 1986. 'Compulsory' physical fitness: what students think. Education and Health 4(5),104-106. PDF

Measurement of activity preferences of preschoolers and caregivers,

Leary,JM Adams,D Gaines,SK Wold,JL Mink,M 2008. Measurement of activity preferences of preschoolers and caregivers,. Education and Health 26(4),67-69. PDF

Achieving 'high quality' physical education,

Cale,L Duncombe,R 2008. Achieving 'high quality' physical education,. Education and Health 26(2),28-29. PDF

Trends in technological advance: Implications for sedentary behaviour and obesity in screenagers

Griffiths,MD 2010. Trends in technological advance: Implications for sedentary behaviour and obesity in screenagers. Education and Health 28(2),35-38. PDF

SportsLinx: Improving the health and fitness of Liverpool's youth.

Taylor,S Hackett,A Stratton,G Lamb,L 2004. SportsLinx: Improving the health and fitness of Liverpool's youth. One of the largest ongoing health and fitness programmes for 9-14 year olds in Europe is designed to offer a diverse range of sports and activities for young children to increase levels of physical activity and promote a healthier lifestyle,. Education and Health 22(1),11-15. PDF

'Fit to Succeed' and academic achievement

Balding,A 2011. 'Fit to Succeed' and academic achievement. Education and Health 29(1),6-7. PDF

Developing a Successful Physical Activity Intervention in Primary Schools,

Smith,H Grogan,S Davey,R Cochrane,T 2009. Developing a Successful Physical Activity Intervention in Primary Schools,. Education and Health 27(3),67-70. PDF

Sports Days, Competition and Self-esteem in Primary Schools,

Aleixo,P Norris,CE 2009. Sports Days, Competition and Self-esteem in Primary Schools,. Education and Health 27(3),78-80. PDF

Sport as a health risk. Sport is promoted as a healthy pastime, but this study found that discomfort and trauma appeared to be both expected and accepted suggesting that pain is deemed to be normal for sport,

Masters,B 2003. Sport as a health risk. Sport is promoted as a healthy pastime, but this study found that discomfort and trauma appeared to be both expected and accepted suggesting that pain is deemed to be normal for sport,. Education and Health 21(3),43-47. PDF

Pupils get 'Fit to Succeed' - A pilot project in the Westcountry found that not only could regular exercise be promoted but also found links with academic performance.

Balding,A 2001. Pupils get 'Fit to Succeed' - A pilot project in the Westcountry found that not only could regular exercise be promoted but also found links with academic performance.. Education and Health 19(1),17-19. PDF

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