Making the world
The app designed to increase young people’s physical activity
miMove is the first app for young people to record details of all their physical activity. Teachers access this data allowing them to know and support their students like never before.
How it WorksEasy to use for students and teachers
The Student app
Young people record all their physical activity on the app accessed via mobile OR online.
The Teacher app
Schools view and engage with this real-time data, allowing them to celebrate and support students’ efforts and review their work.
Benefits to Schools
Powerful, live, interactive data
Gain unprecedented insight into if / how / when and why every student takes part in physical activity, in and out of school. The data can be viewed and filtered by different cohorts, gender, ethnicity, SEND etc. Inclusion is at the heart of the app.
Easy access to student voice
Capture students’ emotional responses and reflections and find out what makes physical activity meaningful for them.
Knowledge to support & celebrate
Support and motivate ALL students. Celebrate their achievements using good news stories from the data. Have more accurate and evidence-based conversations with parents and colleagues.
Data allows for more inclusive success criteria, for example, showing a commitment to, or increasing levels of, physical activity, rather than just being a ‘high performer’.
Evidence of impact
Teachers can analyse the data and use it to evidence the impact of their work and review their programmes in relation to intent, allocating resources where they are needed most.
Quick & easy to use (only a few clicks)
All physical activities are valued
Gives students a sense of ownership
Students know that teachers care about their physical activity.
Students’ efforts are validated and they feel supported
Students feel a sense of belonging and pride
Students benefit from having a record of their own physical activity
Benefits to Students
Meet the #miMovers
Meet Karl Sweeney
Karl enjoys gymnastics but feels anxious in games. He doesn’t participate in school sport. Karl has attended his local karate club twice a week for 4 years. He has moved from white to brown belt. Karl has just started fitness training on his own to progress to black belt. He is mildly autistic.
Meet Mia Mendes
Mia is quiet at school. She doesn’t participate in school sport. She enjoys PE but she is not considered ‘high ability’. She regularly goes to the Skate Park with her older cousin. She has progressed from beginner to very accomplished skateboarder.
Meet Ayesha Bondre
Ayesha does not participate in school sport or any clubs. She is dyspraxic. She finds activities with a ball difficult and this hinders her enjoyment of games. She loves the Daily Mile but has never told anyone. Ayesha takes part in parkrun most weekends with her dad.
Meet Joshua Andrews
Joshua loves basketball. He plays regularly with his friends in his local park. He also enjoys shooting hoops on his own. It helps him relax and he likes to chart his progress. His school has a basketball club but no team. Joshua enjoys most activities in PE. After basketball, swimming and dance are his favourite.
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Described by one parent as ‘genius’, miMove has had a positive impact on a significant number of students and their families. 40% of students have said they have increased activity levels. 31% of students are now more active with their family members.
Crispin School Academy, Somerset, UK.
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