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Moving into KS2
Moving into KS2 (or ‘Juniors’ as we used to call it) By Vicki Watson BEd Year 3 heralds the start of KS2 – for some it’s just a move along the corridor, for others it’s a new building within school or even a new school. Either way, it’s the beginning of a new period in schooling and often the most important question is – where are the toilets?! This year will bring many more q
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Strength and Conditioning with PKU
Why Include Strength and Conditioning in my Exercise Regime? Many of us may be aware that incorporating strength and conditioning into our fitness routines has many benefits and goes hand in hand with other types of training. However some people assume the most effective fitness regime is only cardio activity (mainly running) and there is often miss-conception that strength exercises will
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Looking after You and PKU – Exercise Benefits
Views from Louise Lamaris, Fitness Trainer As a PKU adult, working mum with a busy lifestyle and currently home-schooling, I understand the challenges of keeping on top of juggling work, life, parenting etc. plus finding the time to try to focus on ourselves and keep our phe levels in desired range. This can often lead to stress and anxiety, which is noticeably heightened when phe levels aren’t
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