Physical Education

Physical Activity

Health and Wellbeing

As families re-establish routines at home it is vital that young people still have access to resources to develop their physical education, physical activity, health and wellbeing.

The Chief Medical Officers recommendation is at least 60 minutes of physical activity a day. In order to reduce the time spent sitting down, activity should be spread throughout the day to to break up long periods of not moving.

The activities below can be completed at in school or at home and can be adapted to suit a range of ages and abilities.

 

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This Is PE

Supporting parents to deliver PE at home

#ThisIsPE campaign

Home Learning

Get Set Tokyo resources developed by Team GB and ParalympicsGB

60 Second Challenges

Can you try a different challenge each day or week? You can track your progress as you go!

Place2Be

Place2Be is a children’s mental health charity which works with pupils, families and schools.

PE at Home

These PE activities can be done on your own, in pairs or in small groups.

Inclusion 2020

Here are some adapted activities for pupils with additional needs (SEND)

Move your body

Here are different activities to get your body moving. Why not try some dance, fitness or yoga!

Stop, Breathe & Think

This app offers children a fun and easy way to identify and process their emotions.

Home PE Activities

Developed by Get Set 4 PE and The PE Train

EYFS | KS1 | KS2

Cricket at Home

Each session is linked to PE National Curriculum Learning Outcomes

Daily Mile at Home

Check out the these challenges created in partnership with London Marathon Events

DreamyKid

This is the #1 meditation app created for young people, used by schools and families.