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nd perceptions of Physical education (PE) classes. The 38 participants aged between 13 and 18 came from two Scottish schools with similar curriculums and facilities and were audio recorded as part of organized focus groups. The results of the study discovered several physical and environmental factors that are most important to the schoolgirls. These include issues surrounding times and lengths of lessons, equipment, activity choices, changing facilities, weather, and clothing. These different influences highlight not only issues that involve providing effective PE but also how these results will provide useful and significant information when designing a dissemination strategy to many varied and potential audiences. Niven et al. (2014) consider teachers and exercise leaders as the main benefactors from this research. Clearly, they would take an interest in the physical activity levels of the girls and look at ways at how this can be improved within the school. They would be interested in issues surrounding the lack of enthusiasm and mixed responses from the girls when it comes to their involvement in PE lessons and look at ways this research would assist in addressing these problems. Lesson duration and the time of day they take place could be an indication that teachers need to re-evaluate the school timetable. PE teachers can look at ways of making the lessons more appealing and providing more options regarding the choice of sporting activities available. Policymakers would be another benefactor interested in these findings. They have the influence and opportunity to use research evidence to alter or develop current policies. MP’s, City Councils, School Boards, etc. would view these results in a wider, political context paying close attention to policies that have been made and are not being adhered to. Issues surrounding resources, curriculum, and teaching would be of concern here. This information could also be passed onto the Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills (OFSTED) who are responsible for inspecting and regulating schools who will be interested in issues surrounding the school facilities and effectiveness of PE within the school curriculum. Practitioners ranging from Social Workers to School Psychologists and Physiologists would certainly be interested in elements of this research. The schoolgirls comment that they sometimes “do not feel good enough” if they don’t have the right clothing highlights the effect of PE on the mental health of adolescents. Considerations for further research regarding child welfare within school could also be on the agenda. Children and parents, including the girls who took part in the research project, would also benefit from the results. They may be interested in discovering how their involvement in the project affected the review and how their concerns surrounding PE are similar to that of children in other schools. Parents would also take an intere>GET ANSWER