Outcomes & Ambitions
Move More Schools


World leading in the physical literacy and physical activity rates of our young people, building the foundation to start active and stay active.


Physical activity is a vital aspect of child development, helping to improve health and wellbeing and contribute to young people’s academic and cognitive development [2].

Schools have been shown to be a key setting for helping develop young people’s skills and competencies to become active for life [3].

Move More Education

Providing the conditions, environment, education and quality of teaching that inspires young people to include an hour of physical activity in their day, every day with a focus on developing physically literate children and young people.

The Delivery

Move More Lessons

Children will receive two hours per week of high-quality lessons designed to improve physical literacy and increase their heart rate to a level beneficial for health.

The Delivery

2. Chalkey A MK, Foster C. Rapid evidence review on the effect of physical activity participation among children aged 5 – 11 years, 2015.
3. Langford R, Bonell C, Jones H, et al. The World Health Organization’s Health Promoting Schools framework: a Cochrane systematic review and meta-analysis. BMC Public Health
2015;15:130. doi: 10.1186/s12889-015-1360-y [published Online First: 2015/04/18]