Active at Home
Activities and maths learning opportunities for your children at home.
The PE Hub - 3 Key Skill Group Challenge Week 2
Challenge Card 2 - Attempt the Speed Bounce and take on a Hop Scotch and Ladder Challenge!
The PE Hub - 3 Key Skill Group Challenge Week 1
Challenge Card 1 - PE Activities to keep active at home! Focussing on agility, coordination and balance
Half Term at Home Activity Timetable
As we are unable to run our Active Camps during May half term, we have put together an activity timetable for your children to do at home! This will support their activity levels, engagement and general well-being as we usually would during our Active Camps!
6 Simple Exercises to keep Active at Home - Sheet 3
Here are another 6 exercises to try at home to keep the children active. This week we are sharing some exercises and challenges from one of our coaches, Calum! Have a go and let us know how you go on.
While Easter weekend may not turn out as we had planned, we want to make sure everyone keeps moving and has some fun!
Maths on the Move Home Challenges
More exciting activity and maths learning opportunities for your children at home! Maths on the Move Home Challenge Sheets for Years 1/2, 3/4 and 5/6. View the worksheets and download pdf versions.
6 Simple Exercises to keep Active at Home - Sheet 2
We hope everyone is managing to keep active in some way whilst we face these unprecedented times. While we can't keep children active through sports provision at school, we are still determined to keep people moving at home. Here are another 6 moves to try at home this week!
Maths on the Move at Home
Simple and easy games combining maths with sport, to keep your child active and learning at home. This theme is Addition.
6 Simple Exercises to Keep Active at Home!
During these uncertain times, it's important for us to keep active for our physical and mental wellbeing. Many of us will have to spend time self-isolating over the coming weeks and months, so we put together some simple, easy exercises to help you and your children get moving and burn off some energy whilst being stuck indoors...