Yorkshire Sport Foundation have put together a really helpful newsletter full of ideas to keep you active at home during the lockdown – here’s the newsletter in full:
Home learning resources for PE
We know that you will have lots going through your mind right now – both personally and professionally. We hope that whatever situation you are in today, this email can make things a little easier, and not more overwhelming.
We hope that physical education will be part of your schools remote learning schedule, and we have listed some resources that you can share with colleagues and your pupils, to save you from needing to create your own.
All of us at Yorkshire Sport Foundation wish you well for what will be a challenging half-term.
Yorkshire Sport Foundation and leading national organisations, including the Association for Physical Education and the Youth Sport Trust, worked alongside physical educators from across the country to support parents to teach PE at home.
Two-minute videos show parents and teachers free, fun and easy to follow PE activities for the whole family to enjoy together.
Each video will focus on a different aspect of the National Curriculum. Our series of short online videos, delivered by PE teachers, will help to continue your child’s skill development in PE.
You can see the videos listed under each curriculum strand here, or visit the YouTube playlist. The videos have been viewed more than 108,000 times on YouTube alone, with several thousand more views on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
We’ve prepared a toolkit that contains text you can copy for newsletters, websites and social media. Download it here.
Other resources for PE at home
Here are some other PE resources that we particularly like. If you see any others you have found useful, let us know.
The team behind the wonderful PE Umbrella Podcast have produced a brilliant booklet for ‘Little Movers’ and their families to take part in engaging and fun PE activities at home.
Youth Sport Trust
A series of fun, ‘compete against yourself’ 60 second challenges that can be completed at home
The Body Coach
Joe Wicks, The Body Coach, has produced lots of short, fun workout videos especially designed for children. Take part in the five-minute workouts or Active 8 minute challenges!
Families can access weekly activity resource sheets to encourage walking from home and designed specifically for primary aged children.
A set of activity missions designed to help children unlock their 60 minutes of daily recommended activity.
This Girl Can ‘Dance’
The ‘This Girl Can’ campaign is all about celebrating women and girls getting active. They have partnered up with Disney and families across England to produce these fun Dance videos!
Free online videos that can be followed at home by children and parents alike. Videos include yoga lessons, mindfulness activities & relaxation sessions.