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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
The Totally Runable Team were excited to be guests at the Barnsley and Rotherham Business Awards this week, and even more excited to be named a Finalist in the Most Promising New Business Category, sponsored by Enterpising Barnsley. The.. Read more
Marathons appear on bucket lists worldwide. Boston Marathon draws crowds of over a million spectators, and over 800,000 people have completed the London Marathon. If there is a sporting event that’s captured our imagination, the marathon is.. Read more
It's 6 years today since our co-founder Nat Jackson ran the London Marathon - her second ever race! She's put together some top tips for beginner runners or those thinking about running their first race for charity. And her message is -.. Read more
Following the tragic news of the death of Anjneha Nain, a 13 year old Year 8 pupil at Westborough High School, we have taken the decision to postpone tomorrow's Challenge Run 5k trip to Dewsbury parkrun for our Year 7, 8 and 9.. Read more
We are excited to announce that we are once again Wakefield Hospice's Official Training Partner for the Wakefield 10k and 1k Mini Run.
Visit the official website at www.wakefield10k.org.uk/runners-info/training/ for more details and links to our.. Read more
It's official - we've moved into a new office on the edge of Barnsley in the Barnsley Business and Innovation Centre. Already we're making lots of new friends and loving being part of the Barnsley Business Community.
Pop in for a visit - we'll.. Read more
Girls finally have some emojis showing us doing the sports and professions we've been doing for years! Hurrah!
Check out our co-founder Natalie Jackson's article "An Emoji Speaks A Thousand Words" for MMB Magazine here.. Read more
It's holiday time! We have camps running in Ossett and South Elmsall from 24th-26th October with 2 themes to choose from - "Running Like A Girl" and "Being Brave".
9am-3pm each day, mixing running based fun physical games, puzzles and.. Read more
A Summer of girls only camps mixing running with mindset coaching kicked off this week in Wakefield. The first camp ended in success with 12 local girls and their trainers working together to run a Marathon distance in 25 minutes.
It might.. Read more
Natalie's latest article for Leeds based online magazine Mothers Mean Business is up and running (pun intended) - this month's theme is Inspiring Women and you can find it at http://mothersmeanbusiness.co.uk/inspiring-women/.. Read more
Totally Runable were in action for the Wakefield 10k again this week with a Facebook Q&A giving runners top tips for race prep. With Wakefield 10k now less than 3 weeks away final race preparations are underway.
The Q&A followed successful.. Read more
Most people don’t object to wellbeing as a concept. So why doesn't every company give the focus to it that they should?