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Stay Active at Home

Even though we are staying at home, it is still really important to try to keep moving and stay active. I'm sure lots of you are missing your usual activities, like football, rugby, dance and gymnastics, but there  is lots we can do at home to keep our bodies moving too.

Keeping active is so important for many reasons. It keeps our bodies fit and strong, it helps us concentrate on our learning and,  maybe most importantly of all at the moment, it helps us feel happy! 

We should still try to be active for at least 60 minutes a day. There are lots of ways we can do this. We can leave our homes - safely and staying 2 metres away from other people who don't live with us at all times - once a day to get some exercise. 

You could:

  •  Go for a walk or a jog with your family
  •  Go out on your bike or scooter

If you can't go outside, there are still lots of ways to stay fit and active indoors. Have a look at some of the ideas and useful links below. 

Don't forget to share pictures with your class teacher of how you are keeping active whilst you are staying at home, and have fun!

Real PE at home

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We Use Real PE in school to develop children's fundamental movement skills and physical literacy. There are fun games and activities for children from EYFS up to KS2.

You can access this at home by visiting:


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Creative Steps Dance

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Creative steps is offering free dance resources suitable for children from EYFS up to KS2 to access at home, either on their own or with a sibling or parent.

BBC Super Movers

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Fun ideas to support active learning across the curriculum.

PE with Joe Wicks

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I'm sure lots of you will have tried a PE with Joe workout already, but if not he does a family friendly workout every weekday morning at 9am. 
Here's an example:



Support to stay active for pupils with SEND or additional physical needs

Some of the physical activities available can be a little bit challenging for some of our pupils to access, for example those who have additional physical needs, or special educational requirements. These links offer some more inclusive exercise challenges for children to engage with.

Sensory PE with Iain Mills

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This youtube channel offers physical activities and challenges with a focus on SEND pupils, in particular those with sensory needs.

There are sensory circuits at 9.30am and PE challenges at 11.45am each week day.


Fitness Fridays with Kiera Byland

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Kiera Byland is a special olympian offering a fun and inclusive fitness video each Friday.

Click on the link below for an example.


WASSP Virtual School Games

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Warrington School Sports are running a virtual school games. Why not join in? Watch this video to find out more:


Don't forget to video your attempts at each challenge. You can share these on social media, or by emailing your class teacher if you prefer. There will be a new challenge posted every week.

Challenge for week of Wednesday 29th April:


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