Forgive me if this is a 'sensitive' topic. Teaching in the back of beyond in south-east Asia, I just found about about BrainGym whilst studying a CPD course from The British Council on Teaching young students with SEN. The idea that hand-to-eye co-ordination can be improved by doing these types of exercises is interesting to me, but I became suspicious of the concept when faced with the commercial side of BrainGym's website, (paying them fees to become a licenced BrainGym trainer etc). Putting all that aside, do you think that these types of exercises could benefit young students who have some difficulties in class with their hand-to-eye co-ordination, or other physical issues? In another post in the P.E. forum, I asked for suggestions about teaching primary P.E. I would welcome suggestions and links to resources about physical or mental exercises that can help all my young students to improve their learning and co-ordination). Thanks.