Additional Supporting Organisations

There are a number of organisations sharing content to help get young people active. Scroll down to find out more.

The Daily Mile

Daily Mile LogoThe Daily Mile team have adapted their guidance for schools so that it can also be used at home. The aim is to produce the same benefits which come from 15 minutes or more of walking, running or jogging in the fresh air - doing it at whatever pace suits you best. Use #DailyMileAtHome on social media or click here for more information.

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Team GB and ParalympicsGB believe that staying active matters, now more than ever, both for physical and mental wellbeing. While we might not be heading to the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games this year, Travel to Tokyo, with funding from Sport England, is helping millions of 5 to 11-year-olds and their families from across the UK to get active together. Find out more here.



#ThisIsPE is a collaborative project with Yorkshire Sport Foundation (YSF) and the Association for PE, and endorsed by the Department for Education as a home school resource. The YSF provide content for the primary school children and YST are focussing on secondary schools with a series of short videos. YST are also working with Special Olympics GB to ensure we have inclusive content. You can view the primary resources or secondary resources on these links.

Move Crew - UK Active and Nikeukactive-kids-Generic-logo.png

ukactive in partnership with Nike have launched Move Crew, a set of activity missions designed to help kids unlock their 60 minutes of daily recommended activity. We would love your support with promoting the Move Crew resources through your networks and on social to ensure as many parents, young people and teachers as possible can access them. You can view them here.

Pentathlon GB

Pentathlon logoPentathlon GB is the national governing body for the Olympic sport of modern pentathlon in Great Britain. They also hold events in modern biathlon, modern triathlon, modern tetrathlon, biathle, triathle and laser-run. They've also created a number of resources which can be downloaded here.


LimbPower logo.jpgLimb Power was launched in November 2009 to engage amputees and individuals with limb impairments in physical activity, sport and the arts to improve quality of life and to aid lifelong rehabilitation. They have created a range of resources which can be downloaded here

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