PE and wellbeing resources (some cross-curricular)
It is possibly more important than ever before to keep your children active at this challenging time. Without the routine of regular physical activity at school, children are at a greater risk of developing poor habits and therefore having a detrimental effect on their physical and mental health. Please find below a selection of online resources that will help you plan with your child the recommended 1 hour of physical activity required every day. Stay healthy!
PE Lead Teacher
PE with Joe Wicks – Streamed at 9am, daily
Fitness guru The Body Coach is leading a 30-minute livestream on his YouTube channel every morning with workouts created specifically for kids. Kick off your day with some exercise and keep your energy levels up!
Dance with Oti Mabuse – Streamed at 11.30am, daily
Oti Mabuse is bringing some Strictly magic to your living room every morning with her free daily livestreams where she and Marius Lepure will be teaching you how to dance like a pro in just half an hour. Each day has a different theme – so far there’s been Mary Poppins, Trolls and even Shrek!
Travel to Tokyo
Don’t forget to remind your child to log all of their physical activity on Travel to Tokyo: Get Set https://www.getset.co.uk/travel-tokyo
You will also find ideas for family activities at home (included a holiday pack full of great ideas) https://www.getset.co.uk/resources/travel-to-tokyo/indoor-activity
GoNoodle is awesome fun for the whole family! We love it when everyone does our dances, sings our songs, and plays GoNoodle together. It’s a daily ritual in many schools across the U.K. (and many around the world) and we think it’s a super fun thing you can do with your little ones every day too! Plus, we have another app called “GoNoodle Games” that is an awesome way to get your kids moving in front of the screen.
Body Coach TV (Joe Wicks)YouTube Channel
HiiT (High Intensity Interval Training) videos. Some specifically designed for primary school children.
Premier League Primary Stars
Curriculum-linked activities for ages 5-11 cover English and Maths, Health & Wellbeing and Physical Activity, and feature Premier League stars and mascots that will engage them during this challenging time.
These FREE resources include:
- Quick Blasts
- Active Blasts with supporting activities for Maths and Literacy
- Mental Wellbeing resources to support anxiety, mood and emotions
It will also feature an inspiration for the day which will ask children to think about, create or do a number of tasks. These might include:
- Making a card for an elderly person to brighten up their day
- Writing a story about being brave and overcoming difficult situations
- Helping out in the garden and drawing a picture of your favourite flower
Supermovers: Active learning for home and school
Super Movers is helping children across the UK to get physically active with curriculum linked videos.
Cosmic Yoga – YouTube Channel
Yoga, mindfulness and relaxation for kids. Interactive adventures which build strength, balance and confidence – and get kids into yoga and mindfulness early…
Just Dance – YouTube Channel
Jump Start Jonny
Jump Start Jonny is on a mission to get kids fit! His fun workouts and chill-out videos are loved by over 250,000 Jumpsters in schools and homes worldwide.
Fun ideas to keep your children healthy including Disney inspired indoor games and activities.
Please find links to some useful resources that Derby County Community Trust have produced – thanks to Jordan Hedges for supplying:
https://www.derbycountycommunitytrust.com/programmes/resource-documents/ – Range of resources for young people
https://www.derbycountycommunitytrust.com/home-workout-routine/ – Home workouts (suitable for all ages)