Two schools in Bradford were recruited for the final round of testing, in which year 1–6 participated (n = 421). However, the data from one of these schools was deemed unreliable, due to a lack of engagement in teacher training, and little time being allocated for testing (which led to researchers having to come back to lead and score some of the activities). As the assessment tool was not delivered by teaching staff (the intended purpose of FUNMOVES) this school was not included in the final Rasch analysis. The final sample size for the third analysis therefore comprised 168 children (70 male, m age = 8.42 years, SD = 1.92 years). Teachers identified five children as having potential motor skill difficulties.

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