Hamstead Hall SGO Area
Since March 2020 we have continued to support schools, children and their families to stay physically active.
Schools have the opportunity to use the Active8 Lunchtime Club and the 100Club activities to support their ability to provide 60 active minutes everyday for every child to participate in. Copies of these can be found in our resources.
We have mixture of face-to-face activities, virtual competitions and school roadshows to encourage young people to be more active. There are opportunities for activities to be organised and delivered by members of our Leadership Academy. They also share activities in their own schools and encourage their peers to get their parents, guardians, caters more active.
If you like a personal physical challenge visit www.sgochallenge.com or individual and family fun - add your results and you could be in with a chance to win a special prize.
Christmas Active Advent Calendar
Here's a fun way to prepare for Christmas 2020 Challenge yourself or others - make it festive by dressing up as your favourite Christmas character - please share on twitter include @yourschoolgames and @hamsteadhallsgo #BackToSchoolGames
Super Saturday Work Out 4th April 2020 for Reception and Key Stage 1 Children
A simple Personal Challenge followed by a movement video 'We're Going on a Bear Hunt'
Super Saturday Work Out 4th April 2020
Super Saturday Active Home Work Out for Key stage 2 children and their families. Use your favourite music to create either a martial arts routine or a cheer-leading routine.
Fun Friday Key Stage 2 Physical Active Home Work Out 3rd April 2020
Here is a series of Physical Activities for children in Years 3 to 6. The personal challenge can be done at any time in the day but you could start off completing it. You will then be able to develop a number of challenging skipping actions working on improving your co-ordination, agility, balance and speed
Fun Friday Reception and Key Stage 1 Physical Activity 3rd April 2020
Today's Personal Challenge is a 60 second challenge where you have to hold a 'plank' balance position for as long as possible. Then you can develop your skipping skills where you will improve your balance, co-ordination and agility.
Thoughtful Thursday Active Home Work Out 2nd April 2020
Time for Active Scavenger Hunts - enjoy developing your recognition and evaluation skills. Today's Personal Challenge is how far can you jump. Did You Know? The Men’s Long Jump record is held by Mike Powell 8.95m that is just over29 ft 4in it was set in 1991 The Women’s Record is held by Galina Chistyakova 7.52m or 24ft 8in and was set in 1988
Dance Away Wednesday - An Active Home Workout for Primary Children 1st April 2020
This is a series of physical activities where families can use their favourite music to create dance movements and routines.
Primary Active Home Workout Tuesday 31st March 2020
Here are some ideas to help you stay physically active and meet your daily Active 60 minutes as recommended by the Chief Medical Officer