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Summer is here (if you ignore the weather) and that means school will be over in just under a month. It also means that the country is set for two weeks of Wimbledon in addition to the ongoing euros over in France. Wimbledon 2016 kicked off on Monday and in this blog post we’re exploring how to teach Wimbledon at your school with the use of Anomaly equipment. Wimbledon Regardless of age, we have content which is tailored to encourage active learning at your school. In this blog post we will be exploring the existing content that we have regarding this subject. Tennis can be combined with various different subjects, such as maths, literacy and much more. You could have your students complete maths based questions which are related to Wimbledon which will improve their numeracy skills. Or you could have them write poems about Wimbledon and have them create verses about Wimbledon. In addition to encouraging the topic in numeracy and literacy why not make use of the Anomaly Content Manager. We have videos that have been specifically created to encourage active learning at your school. Below is a link to look at UK Sports Coaching, these are a series of sports videos that can be accessed by all of our Anomaly schools. The videos are interactive and actually improve health in schools. View more: According to the department of education website, with the sports premium, schools with 17 or more pupils receive £8,000 plus £5 per pupil, so for an average sized school with 200 pupils, the school will receive around £9,000. Why not use Anomaly equipment to put your additional sport premium to good use to improve the quality of PE? If you have any enthusiastic PE teachers at your school, you could make some of your own custom PE content to encourage active learning at your school. If you would like to incorporate any Anomaly technology into your school, or find out more about our vast range of services in the education sector please do not hesitate to call us on 0844 579 0880 or alternatively you can email us on the usual address Twitter | Facebook