As we welcome students back in to school and enter the recovery period, we are keen to help everyone on their journey back to a more physically active lifestyle, to help promote both physical and mental well being within our communities. School Games Organisers are supporting the national effort to ensure children and their families have access to fun ways of staying active.
Children and young people should be aiming for 60 minutes of physical activity each day. This can be anything from a brisk walk to a 60 minute dance class. There are lots of options available for you to try! Ask your teachers what activities are available at school for you to try.
You can also get your families involved at home, and there are lots of resources, fun games and challenges available on here to help increase those active minutes as a whole family.
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West Dorset's SGOs
- Week 4. Challange 4 Roll Up.docx
- FITNESS FUN CHALLENGE SCORES.docx
- Lockdown Sportfolio.docx
- Week 1. Challange 1 Back to Front.docx
- Skipping Inclusion Adaptations PDF.pdf
- Week 5. Challange 5 Core Clench.docx
- Week 2. Challange 2 Jumping Jacks.docx
- ACTIVITY SNAKES AND LADDERS.pdf
- PE at home KS1 KS2.pdf
- PE at home KS2 KS3.pdf
- Primary Home Activity booklet. .pdf
- UNO CATCHING SKILLS GAME.pdf
- Week 3. Challenge 3 Better Balance.docx
Active Recovery Hub
A new Active Recovery Hub is launching to provide schools, local authorities, and families with easy access to free resources to get children moving before, during and after the school day.
Dorset Leadership Academy 2021
The Dorset Virtual Leadership Academy consists of a wide selection of pre-recorded workshops covering a variety of topics to provide training to young people on their leadership journey. The leadership academy offers a range of training to primary, middle, secondary and special schools and demonstrates the importance of developing young people to become the workforce of the future.
Fitness Fun Personal Challenge: Week 5 Challenge 5- Core Clench!
Week 5 of Fitness Fun Personal Challenge accessible to Primary and Secondary age children and their families.
STEP IN TO SPORT YOUTH LEADERSHIP
Step into Sport Youth Leadership Camps focus on the development of leadership skills in young people, with an increased emphasis on further training and deployment opportunities in workforce specific roles. Aimed at Secondary and Middle school aged children.
Fitness Fun Personal Challenge: Week 4 Challenge 4- Roll Up!
Week 4 of Fitness Fun Personal Challenge accessible to Primary and Secondary age children and their families.
Fitness Fun Personal Challenge: Week 3- Challenge 3 Better Balance
Week 3 of Fitness Fun Personal Challenge accessible to Primary and Secondary age children and their families.
Fitness Fun Personal Challenge: Week 2- Challenge 2.
Week 2-Challenge 2 of 'Fitness Fun Personal Challenge'. Accessible to Primary and Secondary age children.
Secondary Fitness Fun Personal Challenge
Weekly Fun Fitness Challenges that you can do to help keep active and gain those 30 active minutes a day! Do it as a personal challenge, or challenge a friend or family member to a competition.