This page signposts you to a variety of activities that pupils can do at home to remain active.
The NHS advise that children and young people between the ages of 5 and 18 should be aiming for an average of at least 60 minutes of moderate intensity physical activity each day. Please follow the link https://www.nhs.uk/live-well/exercise/physical-activity-guidelines-children-and-young-people/ to find out more around the physical activity guidelines for children and young people.
Sport Challenge - W.C. 01.03.21
Send photos of you completing these sport challenges to your year group's email address by the end of this week and your teacher will award you 3 epraise points!
Joe Wicks' YouTube Channel
LIVE every Monday, Wednesday & Friday at 9am.
Bolsover District School Sport Partnership
Click on the documents and give the activities a go! (Best used through Google Chrome)
BBC Bitesize - Health and Wellbeing
Yorkshire Sport Foundation - 'This is PE'
Youth Sport Trust - Complete PE
Youth Sport Trust - After-school Sports Clubs
Ran by current and retired athletes.
Youth Sport Trust - Family Hub
Active Kids Do Better
Premier Education - Stay Active Resources
Please note that some are designed to be done in classrooms, so have a good look through.
Go Noodle - Free Movement and Mindfulness videos
BBC Supermovers - Active Curriculum videos
Active learning opportunities. A great learning resource to keep working on spellings, times table and other curriculum areas.
Sport England - tips, advice and guidance on how to stay active
Activities ranging from 5 – 30 minutes. Easy to follow yoga and mindfulness sessions.
Disney - Wake Up Shake Up
Short games to keep children active
Disney Dance Along