This year, United Learning, in collaboration with the Rugby Football Union (RFU), has launched an exciting pilot programme across 14 of our secondary academies to enhance the coordination and delivery of rugby union activities and ultimately encourage more young people into the sport. Driving the initiative are United Learning’s newly appointed Rugby Union Specialists, James Wright and Alex Wilson, who are respectively working with academies in the North West of England and along the South coast.
This week, the Head of Sport at United Learning, Shaun Dowling, has published a new book giving an insightful account of the world of Physical Education, school sport and physical activity in 2020.
United Learning announced this week that its gruelling national bike challenge RideABC has raised an enormous £30,000 for charity.
Four schools in Bournemouth and Poole teamed up for the national 600-mile bike challenge RideABC.
An educational technologist and a head of sport have cycled 600 miles from Kent to Cumbria to raise money for Sport Relief and pupils at United Learning schools.
Later this week, thousands of schoolchildren across Greater Manchester will be supporting two cyclists as they attempt to complete a mammoth bike ride in aid of Sport Relief.
United Learning’s Head of Sport Shaun Dowling and Educational Technologist Bruce Wilson are putting months of training to the test today as they begin the first leg of Ride ABC.
Two primary schools in Paulsgrove are joining forces to promote the power of sport as part of Ride ABC this March.
This March, United Learning is launching an epic week of fundraising, the main event of which will be Ride ABC: a gruelling 600-mile bike ride from Ashford to Bournemouth to Carlisle.
This year at Rowan Year, 3 and 4 have enjoyed a wonderful activity week around a central theme of ‘Inspirational Women’.