What is ActivAll?
ActivAll is the high-impact reaction wall, designed for fitness, health, and fun! Combining movement, hand-eye coordination, and problem-solving into a cardio workout. ActivAll is acknowledged as a unique inclusive fitness tool, giving everyone access to exercise regardless of ability, age, or fitness.
Mr Kully Uppal, Principal
The Regulation room has a range of equipment used by small groups of learners and also learners on a 1:1 basis, to aid regulation at intervals during the day.
The Activall boards have proved a real hit with all the learners, ranging from Nursery to Upper School learners.
The room is open each morning for regulation slots for small groups and the rest of the day as a 1:1 intervention for other learners, needing this to regulate so they can carry on with their daily activities.
The learners love using the boards with their hands, some use their feet and others love to wear the boxing gloves or use the balls. Lots love to compete against each other, or compete with themself to beat their previous score. For lots of learners it is a great way for them to improve their upper body strength, their core stability and crossing the midline of their body.
The Activall boards have really added something fun around regulation for all of our learners.
Claire Rhodes, HLTA: Sensory
ActivAll at Rivington and Blackrod Secondary School for National School Sports Week!
The pupils at Rivington and Blackrod incorporate ActivAll boards into PE lessons, improving their fitness while developing their communication and team work skills!
Headteacher, Chris Wilson, at Queensbury School has seen a big difference in behaviour
Queensbury School, a special school for students aged 11 to 19, have used ActivAll as a tool for fitness, wellbeing and personal development.
The Year 6 leavers at St Joseph’s School become ActivAll Experts
Nominate pupils to be “ActivAll Experts” who support their peers and arrange ActivAll tournaments. A great way to encourage teamwork, easing the transition to Year 7.
Great to see the @ActivAll_ walls being used at Crosskeys campus @coleggwent by all learners in an intra- college competition. Thank you to our Level 3 year 2 sports learners & @CGSUOfficial for running a successful event #Makeit #Activewellbeing #Activecollege pic.twitter.com/MO5sj8Thgd— Hayley Jenkins (@HayleyJCGCK) February 16, 2022
Transforming break and lunch times with @ActivAll_ #fitness equipment at BHA. Break and lunch times are going to be very competitive at Bristnall! 🏆— BristnallHallAcademy (@BHallAcademy) March 5, 2022
They just couldn't help themselves to test the equipment out before the Yr 7 competition commenced. I wonder who won? pic.twitter.com/cKlXJKtL2P
Our Access to HE Social Care learners @coleggwent Crosskeys campus enjoying the new @ActivAll_ walls in today’s ‘competitive’ high intensity dual.— June Phakun (@ornsuda1) November 12, 2021
A great way to improve concentration, increase fitness & encourage team work #madeforgreatness #healthandsocialcare pic.twitter.com/QN5guG761Z
ActivAll is suitable for all age groups! 🥊— ActivAll (@ActivAll_) October 27, 2021
We loaned our ActivAll boards to @RBHSBolton over #NSSW2021 earlier this year. The older students enjoyed the competitive aspect of the boards whilst benefiting from the high intensity cardio. #ActiveSchools #EduPe #EduTwitter pic.twitter.com/cGFdPgZdkz