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Why do you do what you do?

I was asked by one of the students why I became a teacher and do what I do?

My response: because I love what I do. Every day is different and exciting when working with children and they bring the best out of people. Seeing the smiles and joy that each child shows when they progress or achieve something in a lesson is priceless.

When we bring in new members to our team this is one of the first questions we ask. Every child deserves to have a broad and high-quality education that makes a positive impact on the rest of their lives.

With the negative impact, Covid has had on children, ensuring Physical Activity and high-quality PE is part of their school development plan has never been so important.

Last month we shared some amazing feedback we had received from schools regarding our Kanga Mentors, our bespoke 1-1 mentoring sessions with students struggling in aspects of school life. Here's Jack the Program lead, explaining a little more on how it works...

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