Keeping you Active at Home


Due to the current school closures our work will continue by providing support for those looking to stay active at home.

The Chief Medical Officer recommends that all children and young people aged 5-18 years aim for an average of at least 60 minutes a day of physical activity. See what the Chief Medical Officer suggests to help you achieve 60 Active Minutes by viewing a simple info-graphic here.

Being physically active for at least 60 minutes each day will help your child’s health and well-being, improve their focus and increase their enjoyment of spending more time at home. This can involve helping with housework, playing in the garden, other active tasks at home or having a go at one of the activities or challenges available via the websites below.

Platform Name Resource type URL
Stay In, Work Out (Sport England) Ideas for indoor & outdoor activity
5-a-day fitness Activity ideas and routines
Go Noodle Yoga & Mindfulness free to use, requires account
BBC Supermovers Plans, Worksheets & Teaching Resources
Cosmic Kids Activity ideas and routines
Youth Sport Trust 60 Second Challenge Cards
Youth Sport Trust PE Home Learning Activities
The Body Coach/ Joe Wickes Fitness workouts
Premier League Primary Stars English, Maths & Physical Activity ideas
This Girl Can: Disney Dance Alongs Activity ideas and routines
Change 4 Life Advice, activity ideas, routines and recipes
Les Mills Online workouts
Teach Active Active Maths & English activities


We will also be sharing ideas and challenges through our social media platforms and updating this page with new resources as they become available so make sure you follow us on Twitter to keep up to date.


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