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Learning does not develop by chance. They must have fundamental motor, auditory and visualization capabilities. Children who are weak with these capabilities will have difficulties with comprehension, literacy, numeracy as well as general classroom coping abilities.

KindyROO has run a very successful research pilot sensory-motor movement program for school-aged children entitled No child should fail. The trial was very successful, showing that children who undertook the KindyROO sensory-motor movement program made statistically significant gains in reading, comprehension and mathematical abilities when compared to children who just engaged in ‘normal PE’ classes.

This program is currently being rolled out to private schools under the program, Unlocking Potential.

“Repetition is important. “Consolidation and re consolidation” creates long lasting and effective message pathways & memories.”

Patricia Bauer, (2014). Asa Griggs Candler Professor of Psychology at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia.