We want to help individuals of all ages to lead more active and sportier lives and embed a healthy lifestyle.

Our story

Amaven was founded by PK Vaish and Sam Greenwood in 2013 with guidance from an advisory board of experts from the exercise medicine, sport, fitness and healthcare sectors. 

Amaven started out as a platform to identify talented athletes in sports academies and schools, however the product changed when Sam and PK discovered that there was an unmet need, as primary school teachers were not equipped to teach children about healthy lifestyle choices, nor were they skilled enough to help children to develop the fundamental movement skills necessary for athletic ability. Amaven was created to meet this need, by upskilling teachers to teach outstanding PE lessons and giving children the tools to learn athletic skills at home.

There is also a missing gap in the Exercise Medicine, Fitness and Corporate Wellbeing sectors. Amaven guarantees that everyone receives the care they need; taking into age, ability and medical conditions. The platform is a cost effective and convenient tool that helps schools, sports clubs, health practitioners and employee wellbeing specialists to deliver outstanding care.

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Success stories

Emily Paterson
Sports Coordinator
Our teachers have felt more confident delivering PE lessons because the results show which pupils need extra help, which ones are maintaining fitness, and which are doing well ‘emerging’, ‘expected’ or ‘exceeding’. We have used the results to inform which children we select to represent our school in Rochdale schools sports competitions and have had better successes this year.
Clare Moore
PE Co-ordinator, Heybrook Primary School
Our first round of assessments with Amaven are nearly complete. Staff have been impressed with the process and visits from Chris have been enjoyable for the pupils. The online portal is simple to navigate and the lesson plans available are detailed. The pupil reports, showing physical literacy levels, enable you to pick out children who are in need of a challenge or a greater level of support. At a whole school level, these reports have already allowed us to identify areas for improvement. We are looking forward to the next round of fitness challenges, after which some of our pupils will hopefully see their scores improve.
Gill Pryor
PE Coordinator, Trewirgie Infant School
The children have really enjoyed the first assessment day and the staff and parents are keen to see the results of the second assessment day. It is an important tool to get a clear picture of each child’s physical development from a young age. The team at Amaven have also been very helpful by quickly fixing any issues we had with the system and they are always on hand to help us out if we need any assistance.