Watch us get fit Fighting obesity in our schools

Whats it all about?

Powered by Active Points the Watch us get fit programme is a powerful tool in the fight against obesity in our schools. Developed with Global brand Garmin the programme utilises the latest technology in activity tracking to deliver an out of the box solution that is simple to use, cost effective and helps you maximise your Schools PE and sports provision budget.

Meet the Vivoki

vívokí is a small and discreet activity tracker, and students can wear it on their torso or waist, or slip it into a pocket. vívokí is water-resistant and syncs with the supplied vivohubs 2. Students activity is sent wirelessly to our hosted School platform via a wireless access point. These stations can be installed by the Schools IT department, allowing for hassle-free data uploads from students’ devices. School administrators can then view student progress on the analysis site.

The vivohub 2 wireless access point can be easily installed in school high traffic areas and can sync up to 30 students activity at the same time.

No More paperwork! All activity is automatically tracked and reported. Student activity can be viewed on your dedicated web platform by class and individual.

Activity including steps, active minutes, calories burned and intensity can be viewed by class or student and progress reports downloaded on any device. Useful for Ofsted and other statutory reporting.

Schools can collect Activcoins on a range of essential items for the School PE and Sports departments. Coins can be used to pay for days out and other rewards for the students.

Students can also collect points to qualify for rewards in the form of money saving offers from major Shopping stores and major brands for their family. How cool is that?

To book a chat with us simply register your contact details by clicking on the button and we will be in touch. Programmes are available from £5k PA.


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