English on the Move
Moving to achieve more
English on the Move develops children’s confidence and attainment in key areas of the KS1 and KS2 English curriculum using the concept of physically active learning.
Suitable for all abilities and tailored to meet your school’s requirements, innovative and engaging activities are used to enhance spelling, punctuation and grammar.
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How schools use English on the Move
English on the Move complements traditional classroom-based learning by offering an alternative way of working. It can be used in primary or secondary schools in a variety of ways:
How your school can budget for English on the Move?
You can access funding from several streams to help engage your pupils in English on the Move:
PE and Sport Premium
English on the Move addresses key indicators and raises the profile of physical activity across the whole school as a tool for whole-school improvement.
English on the Move raises the confidence and attainment of your pupils and ‘closes the gap’.
English on the Move introduces innovative methods and helps your pupils achieve national standards in English.
The impact of English on the Move is constantly measured and shared via an online platform and regular reports. This gives you invaluable data to justify your spend and provide key evidence to Ofsted.
Physically Active Programmes - do they work?
A six-week study conducted by academics from Leeds Beckett University has concluded that our other physically active programme, ‘Maths on the Move’ (MOTM), both improves maths attainment and increases physical activity levels. You can read the full study by clicking here.
Need more reasons to engage English on the Move, or Maths on the Move? Research proves active lessons can boost children's learning - hover over each box to read more...
Key features of the programmes...
You need to be sure that you’re making the right decision when introducing new programmes into your school curriculum. That’s why we offer trials to help you be sure that EOTM or MOTM will suit your needs.
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Physically Active Learning FAQs
To use physical activity to enhance confidence, learning and attainment in maths and English.
All learning outcomes of the maths & English curriculum for KS1 and KS2 – check them out here.
- SATS booster.
- Group interventions.
- Gifted & Talented sessions.
- Curriculum enrichment.
- School holiday activities.
- Transition programmes.
- Select your bespoke booklets to meet the needs and current learning of the pupils during the 12 week programme.
- Each session covers a different topic and at the start of each session pupils complete 5 questions.
- Next, pupils implement the methodology into physical activities, applying the learning to real life situations with the support of our educator.
- To finish, pupils complete 5 further questions.
- See the pupils improvements!
No pupil is the same, we get that, which is why you can tailor EOTM/MOTM to suit pupils’ individual requirements. Use the programme as an intervention to support lower achieving children or extend the learning of those who are gifted and talented. The results show that, whatever the pupil’s pre programme confidence level, it is boosted upon completion of EOTM/MOTM.
Funding is accessible through several streams;
- PE & School Sport Premium – addresses key indicators and raises the profile of PE and sports across the school, as a tool for whole-school improvement.
- Pupil Premium – raise the confidence and attainment of pupils and ‘close the gap’.
- Maths / English Budget – introduce innovative methods and help people achieve national standards in maths and english.
Tracking pupil progress is paramount. We will provide qualified and experienced educators and learning materials, in addition to sharing the impact of EOTM/MOTM via an online platform and regular reports (just the ticket for justifying your premium spends when Ofsted come knocking).
The EOTM/MOTM programme is designed and quality assured by qualified teachers. EOTM/MOTM Educators complete intensive EOTM/MOTM training which has been created and delivered by qualified teachers.
In addition to the EOTM/MOTM training, each Educator has completed the Level 3 PESS Certificate, which is best practice qualification for non-QTS educators supporting in Primary Schools.