Hexagol is transforming sport, play and technology experiences for children & teachers today!

In mainstream and in assisted support needs environments, Hexagol Interactive cells are an amazing addition to physical education and digital technology.

Hexagol helps with motor, sensory, numeracy, and digital technology specifically benefiting children with special needs by focusing play inside the Hexagol area and providing simple but highly energetic individual and team games.

Through practice and repetition the pupil develops skills, fitness, and confidence in sport much quicker than older traditional sports training.

But Hexagol can be used by ALL kids, instilling confidence and determination. Hexagol is really effective at engaging pupils on the autistic spectrum, and is fully inclusive for pupils with physical disabilities including wheelchair users. Hit one target - feel like a winner!

“Hexagol is an exciting and innovative system which provides an engaging and dynamic learning environment. Through the S.P.A.C.E.S app, pupil performance data is gathered and stored online in order that progress can be tracked and monitored. The system has vast potential to develop all significant aspects of leaning (Cognitive Skills, Physical Competencies, Personal Qualities and Physical Fitness) through a variety of sports, and for pupils with sensory processing difficulties the enclosure allows pupils to better focus on the activity due to the smaller space in comparison to the full games hall. The system not only sits nicely with Education Scotland’s benchmarks in Physical Education, but also with those for Literacy & English and Numeracy & Mathematics.”

Chris Sheridan, Principal Teacher (Physical Education) at Ashton Secondary School Purchased Hexagol in October 2018


Progressian and Development with Hexagol

The National Improvement framework has highlighted the following priorities for education in its pursuit of equity and excellence for all educational establishments and we believe Hexagol can help considerably in all these areas.

  • Improvement in attainment particularly in literacy and numeracy.

  • Closing the attainment gap between the most and least disadvantaged young people with sport able to be played anywhere.

  • Improvement in children and young people’s health and well-being.

  • Improvement in employability skills and sustained, positive, school leaver destinations for all young people.