Customer Testimonials

Here are a few appreciated comments from our customers:

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“After 3 terms of Storycises, our children have made more progress than in previous years in areas of gross and fine motor skills and concentration since following the program. The children who have made most progress are those restless wigglers and fiddlers, who concentrate better and are able to relax more.

The children love the stories, love learning and remembering the movements, and love explaining why they are doing them. Most can demonstrate correct postures and moves and can identify ways in which they have improved each week eg "My toes are more pointy" "My back is straighter and stronger when I kneel up", "You don't lean on people because you will stay wobbly and won't get strong muscles" etc.

The stories are very easy to follow, can be done in the classroom with the furniture pushed back a little, and can be condensed or stretched with time available”Teacher - KM - Corpus Christi Catholic Primary School, Bournemouth.

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“Children love the routine familiarity of Storycises.  The fundamental movement skills have had a marked impact on their physical development.

Storycises provides teachers with a straightforward, fun and incredibly effective way to deliver physical development exercises on a daily basis.

Storycises can provide the basis for extended PE lessons to develop fundamental physical skills.

Storycises can be used to identify and support children with delayed physical development skills.”PPA support teacher - YO - Corpus Christi Catholic Primary School, Bournemouth

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‘The children are loving it, the children are getting so involved it’s so inclusive; each child can access at their own level’Andi Wyatt - St James' School, Gaunts Common, Dorset

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‘The children are really enjoying Storycises I can definitely see a positive change in their general stance and muscles.’Gabrielle Anthony - Kinson Primary, Bournemouth

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‘The children love it – they think it’s brilliant’
‘It’s highlighted a child who I didn’t realise was struggling with physical skills which I wouldn’t have picked up through watching him in PE alone. ‘
‘We all felt like we saw progress in our children’
‘The stories are brilliant – you should go into storytelling’Laura Kurtel - Kingsleigh Primary, Bournemouth

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‘It’s going well, the children are really loving it, they look forward to it and it’s a really secure part of our day’
‘I have noticed a big improvement in the way they hold their pencils and in handwriting better and quicker than in previous years’
‘We have particularly noticed a big improvement with our lower ability boys and the group of summer born children’Fiona Pollard – St Katherine’s School, Bournemouth

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