Combining movement, action, coordination, problem-solving and pure fun, ActivAll, is the fantastic hi-impact reaction wall from Anomaly designed, built in and distributed from the United Kingdom. Originally designed by a motivational fitness engineer, the ActivAll range is acknowledged as a unique inclusive fitness tool, giving everyone access to exercise regardless of ability, age or fitness. ActivAll has achieved the Inclusive Fitness Initiative accreditation for addressing inequality in physical activity.
How does ActivAll Work?
ActivAll was developed to improve the health and wellbeing of people of all abilities through the use of new technology. Now, the opportunity for people, no matter their ability, to take part in physical activity has never been greater.
We use our ActivAll every day. The pupils set their own challenges independently and keep score. We also use the ActivAll to practice spellings and times tables in a fun way.
ActivAll helps (a pupil with challenging behaviour) burn of some energy in a more structured way as a sensory break in between adult led activities
We feel that the ActivAll is a general and fantastic addition to PE and school sport at the moment. We offer the ActivAll to children with special education needs also which helps the classroom to be a bit calmer.
Head of Physical Education Fowey Primary School: “For KS1, during PE lessons, children learn spatial awareness, increase their mobility and body awareness and improve their hand-eye coordination skills. ActivAll helps children hone these skills/objectives in a fun, interactive environment.”
Former World and IBF Champion boxer – Lee Haskins says – “ActivAll is great for improving speed, hand-eye coordination whilst keeping kids active. The kids absolutely love ActivAll and I look forward to seeing it in many schools”.
Check our work
Here’s a selection of pictures from ActivAll’s latest installations and interactions.
Keep up to date with our “Active For All Days” and installations.
What our ActivAll schools and partners are doing.