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PE and Physical Activity Home Learning Resources

PE and Physical Activity

Here are some ideas for PE and physical activities to do at home, some may require adapting slightly, but the majority are good to go!

There are lots of different activities including: invasion games, striking and fielding, gymnastics, dance, athletics, DTF fitness, fundamental skills, physical activity, warm ups, cool downs and stretching. There is also PE with Joe Wicks, Just Dance on YouTube and GoNoodle that can be used too.

These can be used as your PE lessons, active breaks or generally being active at home.

Getting or keeping active is not just good for you physically, it has the power to do so much more - it can, for example, help to prevent or manage medical conditions, reduce anxiety or stress and improve your confidence or self-esteem and much more.

Derbyshire School Games Virtual Curriculum Resource

Today, Derbyshire School Games have launched their virtual curriculum resource for PE and physical activity home leaning.

These resources will give you ideas on how to be physically active, within a different sport theme, for 30 minutes each day (Monday – Friday).

Each pack contains a schedule of suggested activity challenges for the week and daily activity cards.

The weekly activities are themed around golf, football, tennis, orienteering, athletics, cricket, gymnastics, boccia, netball and badminton.

All activities have been developed so everyone can access them and everyone can have a go, using equipment found in the home and whatever space you have available.

Within the resource you will be directed to additional resources, for more ideas on how to the fulfil 60 minutes of daily physical activity.

Week 1 is themed around Golf, with 9 further weeks making their way too you each Thursday.

Have fun and be active!

Week 2 follows a similar format and is themed around Football.

Week 3's focus is Netball, hopefully with plenty of activities to allow children to continue to be active at home.

A reminder also that submissions for the Golf virtual competitions close tomorrow (Friday 8th) with Football entries open until next Friday. It would be great to see the impact the resources have made and there are some great prizes on offer too!

Week 4's focus is Orienteering, again,  hopefully with plenty of activities to allow children to continue to be active at home.

A reminder that submissions for the Design a Football shirt virtual competition close tomorrow (Friday 15th) with Netball entries open until next Friday (22nd).

Have a go and good luck! As I said previously, it would be great to see the impact the resources have made and there are some great prizes on offer too!

 

 

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