Youth Sports Trust
Youth Sport Trust have put together a range of documents on how to introduce PE safely back into the curriculum post COVID-19. They have also produced resources which include a list of suggested activities for primary, secondary and SEND pupils.
Some of the resoures are available on their website here
Other resources can be downloaded below
Youth Sports Trust have also put together PE activities that can be done individually or in pairs/small groups with a focus on the development of physical competence and actively learning the importance of personal skills to support social, emotional and mental wellbeing.
The resources which include Athletics, Dance, Games, Gymnastics, Health Related Exercises, Inclusion (Boccia), Locomotion and Outdoor & Adventure Activities can be found on their website here
Examples of some of the guides can be downloaded below
Premier League Primary Stars
Resources produced by Premier League Primary Stars resources for home learning cover Maths, English, Physical Activity and Health and Wellbeing for Key Stage 1 (5-7-year-olds) and Key Stage 2 (7-11 year-olds), with fun activities to keep children active in school and at home.
The resources can be found on their website here
The Daily Mile at Home
The #DailyMileAtHome initiative can be undertaken as part of the government’s guidance on allocated daily exercise, whilst keeping a safe distance from others. The Daily Mile is free, requires no equipment and offers benefits to physical and mental health. Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday there will be fun challenges for children to complete during the week as they complete 15 minutes jogging or running, front door to front door in the fresh air. The #DailyMileAtHome initiative can be adapted by schools while pupils socially distance.Further information can be found on their website here
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