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KEEPING ACTIVE & PE

Nottingham City PE @ Home

 

This new initiative created by the City Council to keep everyone active at home. Each week there will be a new set of activities for children, parents and siblings to completed and aim to be a Sporting Superstar and a Go for Gold Challenge.

 

Below are 6 weeks of PE@Home activities, remember it is about challenging yourself and becoming a Gold Superstar! Enjoy!

 
 

Sports Specific School Games Activity Programme

 

The School Games Organiser network and Active Notts are working together to create and publish a weekly programme of activities to help support schools to assist parents and carers to maintain an active routine for children and young people whilst at home or when socially distancing in essential care.

 

The weekly activities will be sport themed and include golf, football, tennis, orienteering, athletics, cricket, gymnastics, boccia, netball and badminton. All activities have been developed so everyone can have a go using equipment found in the home and in whatever space you have available.

Dance lessons with Miss Becky

Our brilliant dance teacher, Miss Becky, is very kindly posting online dance classes on her website suitable for children between the ages of 3-18. Visit the website www.dancinmotion.co.uk and click on 'Parents Page'. Log in with the following details:

Email: primaryschooldance@mail.com

Password: primaryschooldance 

 

Live PE lessons with Joe Wicks 

Joe Wicks (The Body Coach) will be holding live PE lessons at 9am Monday to Friday on his YouTube channel for children of all ages. 

 

Exercise workouts for the whole family to enjoy:

https://vimeo.com/showcase/6880106

 

Virtual gymnastics lessons

Fun gymnastics challenges, family activities and mini competitions!
Send a request to join:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/638263876954290/?ref=share

 

 

 

 

Supermovers

Top tips for keeping your children active!

These are brilliant fun activities to keep your children active with links to other areas of learning like Maths, Literacy and Personal Social and Emotional (PSHE) links.

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers

For Oaks, Chestnuts, Year 1, Year 2, Year 3 please click on the Key Stage 1 for the most suitable active activities.    

For Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6 please click on Key Stage 2 for the most suitable activities.

 

Indoor Assault course:

In your house clear a space and make an assault course using whatever is available e.g.

  • Tins cans (instead of cones) 
  1. Crawl over the tin cans.
  2. Then use tined cans to weave in and out.
  • Jumping on the spot
  • Star jumps
  • Reach high and touch your toes…many times

Top tip:

You do not need to mark things out just agree on what is happening before. You could write in down on a piece of paper. E.g.

  1. five star jumps in front of the chair
  2. weave in and out of the cans
  3. run on the spot for a minute

Challenge:

  • Can you time how long it takes you to complete the course? Can you improve your score?
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Assault course:

In your garden make an assault course using whatever is available e.g.

  • a chair could be used to run around or crawl under
  • a football thrown up 5 times and caught or kicked at a target (box or anything that is lying around in your garden)
  • run from one side of the garden to the other

Challenge:

  • Can you time how long it takes you to complete the course? Can you improve your score?
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How many can you do in a minute?

How many…can you do in a minute?

  • Star jumps
  • Reach high and touch your toes
  • Hops
  • Times can you sing happy birthday
  • Write your name/ say you name

Challenge:

Can you think of your own ideas?

Can you try again and improve your score? 

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