Premier Education

Franchising News

Premier Education is a rapidly growing company with a focus on innovation and development. Here you will find the latest updates on how we are supporting our franchisees to thrive.

Premier Education named one of UK’s top franchise businesses

We’ve proud to announce that we’ve been named one of the UK’s top franchise opportunities by the prestigious Elite Franchise Top 100...

5 Reasons to Become a Franchisee

Starting your own business is a huge but exciting step in your life and career. It's an investment in your future that gives you the opportunity to become your own boss...

How to Become a Franchisee at Premier Education

Applying to become a franchisee is kept as simple and straightforward as possible, and we take care to ensure that each step forward is the right one for all parties...

Premier Education apprentices are ‘outstanding’

As part of our commitment to delivering a ‘best in class’ network of coaches and apprentices...

Uncovering the impact of our coaching network: an insight post-lockdown

We're highlighting the impact our coaching network have had on UK kids getting them back to being active, happy and healthy....

Inspiration of Olympic proportions!

For budding gymnasts, the opportunity to meet a gold medal-winning member of the British gymnastics team would be a dream come true....

Why PE is Important for Health and Personal Development

Recent studies have shown that a well-rounded PE curriculum can improve everything from physical health to mental, social and cognitive capabilities....

What parents think of PE

To better help parents and children, Premier Education wanted to explore the impact of parental views of PE on their children: if the parent disliked PE, does the child?...

What is Wraparound Childcare?

Wraparound childcare presents another opportunity for a school to demonstrate its ethos. Whether it's reinforcing key messages or spotlighting areas of focus,......

How Physical Exercise Affects Students’ Concentration in Class

Busy schedules and a focus on academic achievement are often blamed for the decline in physical activity in primary schools. Yet there is evidence to suggest that physical activity brings substantial cognitive benefits too....