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Keeping Active and Physical Education

Physical Activity and P.E. at Home


There are so many benefits to being active, not only to our physical wellbeing but also to our emotional and mental health. To support you and your family in staying fit and healthy you can use the following resources to support getting active.






real PE at home includes an online programme which supports families to be active, play and learn together.

Early Years and Key Stage 1

12 themes, 6 areas, over 250 activities and challenges and 1000s of hours of fun and activity. This programme is also great for family play and fun.

Key Stage 2:

Daily and weekly guidance or an option to choose your own themes and activities.


Here are the details to access real PE at home:

The website address is: 


Use the username (email) and the password sent to parents from school.




2. GoNoodle


GoNoodle is used by over 14 million children every month with movement and mindfulness videos created by child development experts. We have used this in school so most of the children will be familiar with it. Available for free!

Below are some more PE ideas to keep active at home, enjoy :) 


1) Chance To Shine Cricket - Fundamental cricket skills 
2) England Athletics have launched their new funetics activity videos.  The videos demonstrate parents and children (aged 4-11) taking part in FUN activities based on fundamental core movement skills: running, jumping and throwing:
3) Gymnastics Warm Up/Conditioning workouts - Another few ideas from our very own Gymnastics Coach Caroline Ryan (Slinks Gym Club): 
Password: slinksgym3 
4) Team Bath - University of Bath - Jess Clements  supports all the events we do at the Uni (Leadership Academies, This Girl Can and G&T Days) and these videos demonstrates some simple fundamental ideas:
5) Netball - England Netball have published a video each day 'Netball v Covid 19' using their development officers from around the country demonstrating various skills: 

Miss Simm's Challenge!


Miss Simms has set a footballing challenge for anyone who loves to practice at home!

You will need a football, a note pad and a pencil.


Practice your keepy-uppys all week and on Fridays you have 3 attempts to do as many as you can.

Record your best score.

You can see your progress over the next coming weeks if you keep up the challenge.



You could send videos or pictures of yourself practicing if you like! We are looking for the most improved person, rather than the most keepy-uppys completed.


Why is Miss Simms really good at keepy-uppys? Because she practiced!