Teens picking sport over social media!

As the title suggests, our latest MyStickers Survey uncovered a few interesting facts about teenage¬†sporting habits. More than half of all teenagers we surveyed do less than two hours exercise per week at school and do the majority of their exercise outside of school hours. More worringly, only a quarter of teens are doing up Read More …

Surprising Sports Day Statistics: The MyStickers Survey

Welcome to the School Stickers blog! We’ve been taking a look at our latest MyStickers Survey responses and found some great Sports Day related figures to share with you. Over 200,000 secondary school pupils wont be taking part in a sports day this year. A fifth (22%) of secondary school pupils attend schools where all Read More …

Teens picking sport over computer games: School Stickers

It’s the new year and we’ve all heard the “new year, new me” motto going around. Getting fit and eating better are resolutions on most people’s lists. Fortunately, our latest survey results show that despite the concerning decline of sport played in schools, teenagers are still managing to keep active. We surveyed 1,310 secondary school Read More …

Reading for pleasure: Are we ruining it for children?

  Frank Cottrell Boyce, the British screenwriter and novelist has written for the likes of Doctor Who and collaborated with Danny Boyle, on the writing of the 2012 Olympic Ceremony opening.¬† The award winning screenwriter recently argued that by teachers encouraging students to read a text, analyse it and either respond or use it to Read More …