Childrens Mental Health Week 1st - 7th February 2021

Whether learning at home remotely or in school as part of a bubble, EVERY child and young person should have full access to Physical Activity and Education. Keeping active is more important than ever right now, to stay healthy in body and mind. This year’s theme for Childrens Mental Health Week is Express Yourself. Expressing yourself is about finding ways to share feelings, thoughts, or ideas, through creativity. This could be through art, music, writing and poetry, dance and drama, photography and film, and doing activities that make you feel good.

Childrens Mental Health Week 1st - 7th February 2021

1st - 7th February 2021  - Childrens Mental Health Week

We know how important Physical Activity is to stay healthy in body and mind. More now than ever, we need to care for ourselves and ensure we are taking positive action to remain happy and healthy. Expressing yourself through Phyiscal activity can help to release some feel good hormones.

Check out some resources below that can be tried at home or school to keep children and young people active.

Childrens Mental Health Week

The Daily Mile at Home

 Complete PE Snakes and ladders

Complete PE February Active at home timetable

​Oak National Academy PE

SEND PE at Home -

YST Healthy Movers Free cards for 2-5 year olds

Chance to Shine Free Cricket Resources

And don't forget the activities on Playwaze, our new County platform - more activities coming soon! 

South Bucks SGO Area

The South Bucks SGO area and Sports Partnership is hosted by Alfriston School. Alfriston School is a special needs girl's school based in Beaconsfield. Alfriston is the Lead Inclusion School for Buckinghamshire and we believe in 'a sporting chance for every child'. We have a comprehensive calendar of School Games Inclusive competitions and festivals throughout the year and work with a number of County and community partners to bring about the best opportunities for staff and pupils in Bucks.