New 10 Minute Shake Ups to Make Activity Fun
The National Lottery-funded partnership between Change4Life and Disney has already reached millions of schoolchildren.
Millions of schoolchildren will be inspired to get physically active this summer thanks to the latest phase of the groundbreaking partnership between Change4LifeOpen in a new window and Disney UK.
New 10 Minute Shake Ups, featuring a host of popular Disney characters from the hit films Frozen, The Lion King and Toy Story 4 will be distributed to primary schools to help teachers embed activity into their daily school routine at times when pupils are usually sedentary, including assembly and between lessons.
Packs will also be given to children to take home so they can continue to keep active over the summer.
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