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How ILP helps every child achieve in class
Personal learning reports
Student focused strategies
Tailored teaching tips for individuals groups and the class
Class organisation and seating solutions
How Actei helps every child achieve in PE
Easy to deliver range of games for all to enjoy
Progressive lesson plans
Stimulates language and social skills
Simple assessments to identify need, monitor and support
What people are saying about ILP and ActEi
Specialist advisory Teacher for Inclusion, Jane Bent on the ActEi Programme
Your programmes are very comprehensive and offer a wealth of ideas and structure for supporting pupils with a wide range of co-ordination difficulties.
Jane Bent,
Specialist Advisory Teacher for Inclusion, Bedfordshire LEA
Professor of Elementary Education, Deborah Smith, on the ILP Programme.
ILP has been a tremendous resource for my students at Clemson University. The site showed them how to channel both strengths and weakness that were revealed in their learning profile, and how to use them to their advantage in the classroom.
Deborah A Smith, Ed.D,
Professor of Elementary Education, Clemson University, SC, USA
Deputy Head, on the ILP Programme
We've had extraordinary results with the grouping of students on tables for group work. We've found that we have some students who are doing fine, getting along, but- you know, nothing special, but then when you seat them in a group with all similar profiles they just flew!
Deputy Head, Cranfield VC Lower School, Bedfordshire.
Head Teacher, Ian Black, on the ILP programme
We feel sure that the improved results in our QCA year 3 and 4 tests, and in SATs, can be attributed to matching the teaching styles with the learning styles we discovered when we did the ILP assessments
Ian Black
Head Teacher, Watling Lower school
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ActEi - Co-ordination & Laterality
Children with poor coordination or laterality may appear clumsy and look awkward when playing or running. They will generally find catching awkward and playing racket games difficult. In the classroom they often have poor handwriting and may read and write some of their numbers and letters back-to-front.
Children with poor co-ordination may:
  • Be unable to identify one dominant hand - ambidextrous but lacking skill
  • Have difficulties in coordinating their movements, 'two left feet'
  • Struggle to track the movement of a ball, especially when they have to catch it
  • Have to exert a lot of effort in their fine motor skills to achieve accuracy
  • Read or write with a book to one side of their body
  • Have problems with fine motor skills (writing, scissors, tying shoe laces)
  • Find hand-eye tracking difficult - writing and reading tasks will require a lot of effort
Using combinations of hand-eye, homolateral and cross lateral techniques, the ActEi games in this book aim to reduce the impact of poor coordination, and improve left and right coordination, laterality, awareness of dominant and non-dominant hands, coordination of the whole body and fine motor skills.
ActEi - developing the whole child Complete set of 9 books
Support every child's sensory, physical and personal development with this complete set of ActEi books.
This resource helps you improve a wide range of areas including:
  • Body Awareness
  • Calm and Relaxation
  • Coordination& Fine Motor Skills
  • Muscle Tone and Core
  • Proprioception (spatial awareness)
  • Reflexes and gross motor skills
  • Tactile
  • Vestibular (balance)
  • Visual Processing
Buy the complete set at this price get one book free.