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PE activities that can be done individually or in pairs/small groups with a focus on the development of physical competence and actively learning the importance of personal skills to support social, emotional and mental wellbeing.
#ThisIsPE – Short Videos
A number of leading national organisations (including the Yorkshire Sport Foundation, the Association for PE, Youth Sport Trust and Active Partnerships) have teamed up to create a series of short videos to help parents and teachers ensure that children continue their skill development whilst at home.
Each #ThisIsPE video will focus on a different aspect of the National Curriculum. The videos, delivered by PE teachers, will help children and young people to continue their skill development in PE during this period when we are having to stay at home, to save lives.
You don’t need to be in PE kit and you don’t need sports equipment. All of the videos will use things that you can find around the home. To view all the videos in one place a #ThisIsPE YouTube playlist has been created. A new videos will be posted each Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
real PE at home
real PE at home includes an online programme which supports families to be active, play and learn together. It includes a programme specifically for children in Early Years and Key Stage 1 with 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.
It also includes a programme for children in Key Stage 2, with daily and weekly guidance provided for both programmes (starting from next week) in addition to an option to choose your own themes and activities.
Here are the details to access real PE at home:
Visit the website; home.jasmineactive.com
Login using email: email@example.com
Youth Sport Trust/Complete PE
Created in partnership with Complete PE, there are activity cards available across all PE curriculum areas, with each card brought to life with a short video clip. You can download and share the activity cards and can access the paired video by clicking on the YouTube link next to the activity.
Alternatively, you can view all videos in a playlist format by clicking on the example video on the right, just click on the icon of the horizontal lines and play symbol in the top right-hand corner of the video to open the full playlist.
- Animal Moves (Video)
- Move to the Beat (Video)
- Move to the Beat Extravaganza (Video)
- Space Adventure (Video)
- Avoid the Defenders (Video)
- Battleships (Video)
- Battleships Level 2 (Video)
- Blast off (Video)
- Bowling (Video)
- Climb the Ladder (Video)
- Continuous Battleships (Video)
- Golf Rolling (Video)
- In the Box (Video)
- Right Way, Wrong Way (Video)
- Right Way, Wrong Way – The Race (Video)
- Rolling Penalties (Video)
- Space Monsters (Video)
- Target Treasure (Video)
- Three in a Row (Video)
- Throw Tennis (Video)
- Top Ten (Video)
Health Related Exercises
- Circuits 1 – Feeling Flexible (Video)
- Circuits 2 – Healthy Hearts (Video)
- Circuits 3 – Super Strength (Video)
Outdoor and Adventure
Youth Sport Trust – Early Years Resources
Try any of our resources for children in early years which you can download from the list below:
- Balancing – My Little Friend
- Using Objects – Target Games
- Moving – Obstacle Course
- Choo Choo Resource Card
These resources are taken from our Healthy Movers toolkit, which is available now via our webshop.
Youth Sport Trust – Active Learning
The Youth Sport Trust have a range of activities for you to try, created in partnership with Complete PE, and you can download any of them from the list below.
Chance to Shine – Cricket Skill Resources
Chance to Shine is a national charity that aims to give all children the opportunity to play, learn and develop through cricket. In response to the Coronavirus situation, they have been releasing a series of videos and other supporting resources via their website to help young people stay active. Each week a new resource set it released with each set containing a video demonstration and instruction card. All activities can be done at home but can also be adapted by teachers still facilitating classes in school.
Develop your leadership skills
The Youth Sport Trust has put together lots of resources for secondary-aged children which follow the national PE curriculum and can be done at home.
Have a go at these ones which will help develop leadership skills – you can find lots more on the YST website.
Learn some funky dance moves
No games console? No problem! Join in the fun of Just Dance by following along with the moves on their YouTube channel!
Oti Mabuse – Dance Tutorials for Children
Oti and her dance partner Marius Lepure have teamed up to bring you a number of fun online video tutorials. Each video will develop children’s dance skills whilst being based around a different children’s theme. Visit her YouTube channel here
Max Whitlock – Online Gymnastics sessions with Double Olympic Champion
Olympic gymnast Max Whitlock has been doing his bit to keep people fit while gyms are closed due to coronavirus. Great Britain’s double gold medal winner has been forced to improvise at home as he can no longer train at his own gym. He has been posting daily routines online for people to follow, which are recorded at his home and sometimes interrupted by his baby daughter.
Youth Sport Trust – Inclusion 2020 activities
Taken from the Youth Sport Trust’s ‘Inclusion 2020’ project which has seen 50 primary, secondary and special schools across England organise inclusive countrywide ‘Learning and Discovery’ sport festivals. At the events, 3,000 pupils experienced a variety of Para sports and get the opportunity to compete. In this document (page 11 onwards) there’s a wide range of inclusive formats to utilise. Download the document
Inclusive PE Challenges and Sensory Circuits
Mr Mills from Parkside Special School (Lead Inclusion School for Norfolk) has set up a brilliant YouTube channel featuring some brilliant PE challenges and sensory circuits. He will be adding new videos regularly. Check out his YouTube channel here.