School – kyBoot




The following schools use kybun

Schools where you learn on your feet - stand up kids

An increasing number of schools and further education providers are discovering the benefits of the kybun philosophy for learning. Here is a selection of references:

  • Wil Grammar School, Switzerland
  • Gossau Sixth-form College, Switzerland
  • Kirchstrasse Primary School, Niederuzwil, Switzerland
  • Special Education School, Winterthur, Switzerland
  • New City School St. Gallen, Switzerland
  • Merkmal! - School, Baden, Switzerland
  • Neumark Secondary School, Sachsen, Germany
  • Migros Club School, Switzerland
  • Goethe Secondary School, Austria
  • Benedict Schools, in St. Gallen, Zurich, Lucerne and Bern, Switzerland
  • Birgitz Primary School, Tirol, Switzerland
  • Straßlach Primary School, Bavaria, Germany
  • Falkschule School in Hamm, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
  • Romanshorn Speech Development School, Switzerland
  • Romanshorn Grammar School, Switzerland
  • Zil Sixth-form College, St. Gallen, Switzerland
  • Gottlieb Duttweiler Institute, Germany
  • Amriswil School, Switzerland
  • SBW Primaria Primary School, St. Gallen, Switzerland
  • Georg Büchner Secondary School, Seelze, Germany
  • Hospital School, Zwickau, Germany
  • Montessori School Mainbogen, Mühlheim am Mainz, Germany
  • Albert Schweitzer Special Educational School, Dresden, Germany

Media reports

Movement promotes quiet and concentration.

The upper school in Gossau, St. Gallen, has brought movement into the classroom. Thanks to the soft, supple, springy kyBounder mat and the high desks, pupils can stand in comfort and move about during lessons. The girls and boys themselves notice that they can work with a lot more concentration and do not get tired as quickly. The teachers, meanwhile, notice that fidgets, in particular, can work off excess energy thanks to the kyBounder. So everyone benefits from this new opportunity not to stand all the time


Be it at nursery or primary school, little ones love running around and playing on kyBounder mats. It promotes natural movement and strengthens all of the muscles. What’s more, it automatically trains coordination between the brain, nerves and muscles.


Not just for fidgeters

Children have a natural desire to move around, yet they are forced to sit still in the classroom for several hours every day. Many children want to escape this situation. They swing on their chairs and cannot concentrate and are often labeled as fidgeters.


The kyBounder simulates a soft, flexible surface. Even simply swaying on the kyBounder activates a range of different muscles. Studies show that moderately moving while learning makes learning easier and increases intelligence. In contrast, sitting still and concentrating result in significantly poorer results. What’s more, kybun prevents incorrect posture and relieves school-related stress.