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January 28, 2009


Stevie Boyle

Ollie Parkour is being taught in Edinburgh schools I know somebody who provides that service he is an ex pupil of DGS, the philosophy behind Parkour is very relevant for school pupils, it’s about life management dealing with physical and mental obstacles. we did think about it at mobex but we just dont have the skill set at the moment

David Muir

Now if only we could get someone at ROSPA to make a similar pronouncement about unrestricted Internet access in schools... {Sorry, just a teensie bit off topic.}

This sounds like a great idea. I wasn't exactly sporty in school but I wonder if I would have taken to this more than the "Run round the games hall five times!" approach adopted by my PE teachers.


I'm sure there was a game we used to play at school where we had to get round the room without touching the floor. It was easier in the gym where there was lots of stuff to climb on. Not quite Parkour but then PE was very restricted and unimaginative all that time ago.

Outdoor Play Equipment

Outdoor play equipment is a critical part of raising every child's physical fitness level. From climbing to balance to raised heart rate.

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