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We're excited to finally be able to announce that our Directors Natalie Jackson and Emily Freeman have been shortlisted for a Northern Power Women Award for Innovation. In fact, Nat and Em are the only Yorkshire-based names among the 8 individuals.. Read more
Statistics from Sport England's 2018/19 Active Lives Children and Young People Survey, published last week, show an increase in both boys' and girls' activity levels, but still show an alarming gap of some 8% (319,200 children) between the number of.. Read more
Helen Giles and Remi Hardy, students at Bucks New University, have won a prestigious award thanks to their pitch for a campaign using photographs of female athletes on London buses, and Totally Runable's research.
The pair entered the AD&D New.. Read more
It’s the start of the new school year and our Co-Founder and Director Natalie Jackson has 7 ways to start the new year more gender neutrally in your school;
- Don’t split classes or groups up by boys and girls – it sends the message that
World Rugby has done something this week that no other major sporting federation has done, and in the process resolved one of sport’s most obvious markers of inequality; gender marking.
Gender marking is any situation where, either verbally or.. Read more
The pennies have been counted and the final total for our fundraising Ultra Challenge Run Day is...... •••drumroll•••.... £898.88!!
Thank you again to everyone who was a part of the day and such a fantastic fundraising effort!
We made the.. Read more
120 pupils from 10 Primary Academies in the Astrea Academy Trust competed last week to be crowned Astrea Active Tri Golf Champions 2019. The event was organised by Totally Runable as part of our ongoing “Astrea Active” project, heading up Astrea’s.. Read more
The Department for Education has this week confirmed that it will fund the Primary PE and Sport Premium, at the doubled rate of £320 million nationally, for another academic year.
This will come as welcome news for Heads and Governors of Schools.. Read more
Totally Runable have partnered with two local hospices as our Charity Partners. Our chosen charities are Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice and Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice, the two hospices serving children across West and South.. Read more
Thank you to everyone who has supported the campaign so far! We've had a really exciting week at #SeeSportyBeSporty HQ, Totally Runable.
Our little campaign has had lots of attention this week, with national support from the Association for PE,.. Read more
We've launched our #SeeSportyBeSporty Campaign Calling For Sport In The Media To Be More Gender Equal
LESS THAN 3% OF SPORTS PHOTOS IN
NATIONAL NEWSPAPERS ARE OF WOMEN
Our research, published today reveals that less than 3% of photographs of sport in the newspapers show women playing sport. We are 33 times more likely to see a man.. Read more
We're hiring! Do you know someone with office admin experience who'd like to be a part of Team Totally Runable and help keep our office running smoothly? Send them our way. Our Office Administrator role is a part time, term time only position based.. Read more
We're really excited to finally be publishing our findings from some of the work we've been doing with Astrea Academy Trust, funded by the Laurel Trust...
NEWS RELEASE - Wednesday 2nd May 2018
STUDY SHOWS YORKSHIRE PRIMARY SCHOOLS NEED TO.. Read more
Schools receiving the PE and Sport Premium must publish information about their use of the premium on their school website by 4th April 2018. For a lot of schools, this falls during the Easter Holidays so you’ll need to get in ahead of the deadline.. Read more
Stop telling girls what to like: toys, gender and the messages they send
by Totally Runable Director Nat Jackson
“A pair of hop-along boots and a pistol that shoots is the wish of Barney and Ben
Dolls that will talk and will go for a.. Read more
The big news this week is that the Government has released its guidance on spending of the PE and Sport Premium. This article explains the funding and how it should (and shouldn’t) be spent.
If you’re a school with primary age children, whether.. Read more