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"For KS1, during PE lessons, children learn spatial awareness, increase their mobility and body awareness and improve their hand-eye coordination skills. CardioWalls help children hone these skills/objectives in a fun, interactive environment."
"The probable attraction here is that the CardioWalls don’t immediately make you think of exercise; they look like fun so appeal to everyone."
"What a fantastic opportunity for our children to improve their gross motor skills, fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination."
"We use them in lessons, at playtime and for special needs support as well – so there’s lots of applications. What you expect to be the benefit [of the CardioWall] is one thing, but then there’s lots of other things that come out of it as well. So, we are really, really pleased we’ve got them!"
"The TrailBlazer Traverse climbing wall has certainly had a profound impact on Simonside climbing wall’s attendance."
"The CardioWall Compact Duo has added a new dimension to PE at Fowey Primary. What makes the CardioWalls particularly effective is their accessibility – every child of every ability and age can enjoy using them. They are not only used during lessons but utilised by extra-curricular clubs including breakfast club. CardioWalls and Wake & Shake... a great way for children to be ready to learn at the start of the day!"
"Teachers often need to identify movement breaks, rewards and incentives for children and the CardioWalls provide both very well. Teachers also plan the CardioWalls in to their gym activities as a component of units of PE work on fitness. One advantage over some existing PE activities is that the CardioWalls can be used independently. They require no teamwork, which suits some children. I should add though; the CardioWalls are also very effective for encouraging teamwork."
"The CardioWalls give you a score every time you play on them. So, [pupils] are developing the idea that; if I work hard, if I try hard and I keep practicing, I will actually get better at something."