The sample of 331 children (181 male) was recruited from one primary school in Bradford, in which all pupils (Reception–Year 6; children aged 4–11 years old) participated (m age = 8.33 years, SD = 2 years). Prior to testing, teachers were asked whether they thought each child had difficulties with their motor skills. Teachers were given guidance as to what a child with motor difficulties may look like at the training session. Teachers identified 23 pupils as potentially having motor difficulties in the pilot study.

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