During your time learning from home, please use the documents and links below to stay fit and healthy by joining in with a few fun physical activities each week. Many of the activities may need adapting to work in the home environment but with a bit of creative imagination, you will be able to complete most of them.
In the first three sections below there are many different documents to choose from, some are aimed at individual challenges, some are appropriate for paired work and some are great for the whole family to get involved.
In Section 4 there are many good, high quality links to physical activities and sport specific skills. The activities range from high impact training such as joining in with the popular fitness coach Joe Wicks, to fun dancing sessions with Disney characters. The sports activities on offer below range from tennis to orienteering.
Hopefully there will be something for everyone to enjoy! Stay fit and healthy everybody.
The document labelled 'Activity Booklet' below has 40 short individual challenges to complete, whereas all the rest involve individual challenges.
The activities in the section below are for individual or pair work.
All the activities below are team/family based physical games. All have a link to a short video explaining how they work.
In this section there are plenty of links to great high quality activities and sport. Please be mindful that although these websites come highly recommended, you should still supervise your child while using the internet and ensure they browse safely. Should you wish to know more on how to safeguard your child while online please follow the link below or contact the school directly:
Join in with Joe Wicks and his daily 'PE with Joe' workout. Click on the YouTube link below and select your day:
Change4Life and Disney have teamed up to bring you 'Shake Up' games inspired by Disney. These 10-minute bursts of fun will really get your child moving. Follow the link below and select your favourite Disney character to join in with.
This Girl Can is all about celebrating getting active. Partnering with Disney and real families across England, they have captured some of the ways parents/carers and children can get moving to the songs they love. You can learn their moves or put your own spin on their routines. At the end of the day, it’s about breaking a sweat while having a bit of fun. Click on the link below to join in:
Fire Fighter Fit Kids combines both exercise and activities, which educate children about fire safety, health, fitness and well-being. This is aimed at older KS2 children. Click on the three individual sessions below to join in:
Just Dance has lots of dances to move along to in the comfort of your living room. Click on the YouTube link below and select your dance.
Tennis - LTA Youth isn’t just about tennis; it’s about children developing mentally and physically on and importantly, off the court. You can improve your child’s tennis skills any time, any place, with these home activities for the whole family. Click on the link below to join in the fun:
Orienteering - British Orienteering has a wide range of free orienteering activities which are fun and easy to do around your home and garden. Follow the link below to find out more:
Finally, if none of the above interest you or you are wanting even more, the following website has a great many more resources and daily updates to help stay active.