Reports and Research into the Use of the INPP Programme in Schools

The Deanery C of E School, Sutton Coldfield

A study of 60 children in a Sutton Coldfield School Reception class, to see if certain physical immaturities (Neuromotor Immaturity), might act as a barrier to learning. View The Full Report Here

St John’s C of E Primary School, Reading, Berkshire

The INPP Exercise Club was first established by St John’s to provide opportunities for children experiencing difficulties with co-ordination to practise skills such as balancing, throwing and catching along with general movement. The club ran after registration on a daily basis. View The Full Report Here

Northumberland County Council

This report contains the findings from the implementation the INPP schools programme for Northumberland County Council at Ashington Central First School, Choppington First School, Red Row First School & The Grove Special School. View The Full Report Here

Bakats ter Mainstream School, Budapest

The daily exercises of the INPP School Program were the starting point for Bakats ter Mainstream school. This reports how the programme progressed. View The Full Report Here

Reports From Hungarian Schools

INPP trainers in Hungary have trained, and provided assistance to, many teachers in the deployment of the INPP Schools programme. This report covers the findings and experience of teachers in various school in Hungary who have undertaken the INPP schools programme. View The Full Report Here

Kingstanding Report

Since its inception in 2000, the priorities of Kingstanding Education Action Zone (EAZ) for raising achievement have always focused on long term programmes which produce sustainable, long term outcomes rather than ‘quick fixes’. Inline with this Kingstanding EAZ thought the Developmental Exercise Programme might help their children. View The Full Report Here

Northumberland and Berkshire Report

Two independent projects were undertaken with 64 children in schools in Northumberland and Berkshire to investigate whether neuro-motor immaturity, defined by the continued presence of three primitive reflexes, was present in children in mainstream primary schools in the United Kingdom. This report outlines the findings of this study View The Full Report Here

North Tyneside Report

Part of the remit of the early years consultants to North Tyneside Council is to raise achievement for the lowest performing 20 per cent of children. The consultants were concerned because children’s movement difficulties appeared to be impacting upon their performance. Children who had retained primitive reflexes appeared not to have the same access to provision as those children who did not have these difficulties. By implementing the INPP (Institute for Neuro – Physiological Psychology) Movement Programme the consultants hoped that children’s primitive reflexes would be inhibited. The results achieved by implementing the INPP (Institute for Neuro – Physiological Psychology) Movement Programme are contained within this report. View The Full Report Here

Park Hall School Report

Children were selected for the INPP school’s programme by their class teacher, on the basis that the teacher felt the child would benefit from the INPP school’s programme. Following parental consent children also underwent a before and after test of to identify any unhibited primitive reflexes and underdeveloped postural reflexes, full findings are contained within this report. View The Full Report Here

St Margaret Mary Headteacher’s Report

St Margaret Mary RC School have been using the INPP Schools’ Programme for a number of years now. They have seen some remarkable improvements in children’s physical abilities. This report from the Head Teacher outlines the affect the INPP Schools’ Programme has had. View The Full Report Here