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Keeping Fit and Healthy at Home

during school closure

Stay Home & Stay Active

Due to the Covid-19, the government have set out new guidance to keep everyone safe but active at the same time. Under the new guidance we can still exercise outdoors once a day. The rules are you are only allowed to go for a walk, a run or a bike ride in your local area.

This needs to be done by yourself or your family members in your household. Do try to observe social distancing of 2m from people who are not in your household. You can of course still say hello! You can also move more at home. To help with this we have provided a list of links and opportunities below for you and your family to engage in!

Spread the word, we want to make it easier for you to stay active at home!

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Stay Active 4 Kids

Below are a range of links which can be accessed via twitter and facebook.

PE with Joe Wicks – join Joe Wicks ‘The Bodycoach’ LIVE on Youtube at 9am for the whole family to get involved.
Primary League Primary Stars – a wide collection of free, curriculum-linked activities to educate and entertain children at home. You can find lots of ideas for helping your children get active, as well as fun videos, games and worksheets for Maths, English and Health and Wellbeing.
Sheffield United Football Club Challenges – try out some exciting physical activity challenges at home even if you do not have a football. Every day Sheffield United coaches will put up a challenge to test your skills.
Chance to Shine – every week cricket coaches will put up some challenges to test your skills. #catcheswinmatches
Arches Schools Partnership – lots of information on their website, facebook and twitter pages on how to stay active.
iMoves – free signup to their resources to enable active learning at home as well as in the classroom. The imovement is free, and always will be, for you to use with your children aged 4 to 11-years old.
British Cycling – a daily activity to keep kids moving during school shutdown.
Les Mills: Born to Move – experience unlimited access to the platform with more than 800 workouts that are taught in 21,000 gyms around the world.

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