Ideas for keeping active

Happy Monday! Another week closer to half-term, and brighter times ahead. Hopefully you were able to be active and have some fun in the snow this weekend? Please find below and attached, your weekly update of resources to help to keep children and young people active.

Ideas for keeping active

A reminder that children should be active for 60 minutes daily - please actively encourage this. Can you set a school challenge to create some healthy competition? And remember that variety is key - Joe Wickes every day is not broad and balanced, but can absolutely be a small part of activity to keep families moving.

*The PE Train’s EYFS & KS1 Home PE Pack - The EYFS & KS1 Home PE Pack includes 10 activities, geared towards our youngest primary aged pupils (4-7 years) - attached to the files area

*Daily Mile at Home Week 1 2021 -

*Sport England Join the Movement -  ​Lots of suggestions for families to try at home.

*BBC Supermovers KS1 & 2 - ​A firm favourite on rainy days for my 7 1/2 year old son!

*BBC for Secondary -

*Topsportsability - To support and engage young people with SEND. To sign up for free follow the link above and when asked for County Code, please use YSTINCLUSION5.

*Also check out some really useful Reception and KS1 resources for Health & Well Being

*Plus some curriculum-linked activity sheets for PE, PA, Healthy eating & Well being too

*Complete PE's 10 Top Tips for PE at home - 

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.