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Activity Timetable During School Closure

Hi everyone!

Well, we're now into a different way of working at school. PE continues to be something that can help with our general fitness, health and well-being and we're all trying to complete at least 60 minutes of activity every day. 

I hope those of you at home have managed to stay active and have enjoyed doing some physical challenges. Try to get outdoors whenever you can; walking, biking, running, skipping...it's all good! There are some great challenges below so please keep revisiting them and remember that GoNoodle is there for quick bursts of activity or moments of calm throughout the day. 

Keep active everyone.

Miss Tonks

 

 

 

 

Week Commencing 13.07.20
Why not finish the term with some Rugby challenges? All items of equipment are things that you can find at home. As usual, for those of you following real PE, this week's activity timetable is included too.

Real PE week 6

Week Commencing 06.07.20
This week, with replays of previous Wimbledon matches, it's the turn of racket sports with some great physical and mental challenges throughout.

Are you ready with your frying pan?

real PE Week 5

Week commencing 29.06.20
I hope you all managed to celebrate National School Sports Week in some way or another. Please see the gallery section for photos of our mini sports days held at school.
This week we are focusing on a sport called Boccia (pronounced ‘Bot-cha’) It's a game of attack and defence, with a red ‘team’ and a blue ‘team’. The game is similar to that of bowls –the aim is to get as many of your coloured balls closest to the white ball (known as the jack).  There are some helpful short videos to watch on Tuesday's page of the activities.

real PE week 4

Week Commencing 22.06.20

This week is National School Sport Week which is all about uniting families and schools in a
celebration of the power of sport.
Your task this week is to design, promote, and take part in your very own Sports Day for you
and your family. These resources will provide you with ideas on how to do this.

The real PE unit of work is also attached in case you'd rather continue with that.

real PE Week 3

Week Commencing 15.6.20

 

real PE week 2 - Please see the suggested timetable for age appropriate activities from this scheme.

Gymnastics activities - do not fear, they don't need specialist equipment to take part. Every activity can be done safely in the home and focuses on the core skills of balancing, rolling and jumping using different body shapes.

Week Commencing 8.6.20

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.

For children in Key Stage 2 there are carefully selected personal best challenges, skills and games designed for the home and garden. Daily and weekly guidance is provided for both programmes in addition to an option to choose your own themes and activities.

It's worth watching the video that explains the overview of the scheme, before you start. Passwords are below.

real PE week 1

How to log in.

Week Commencing 1.6.20

Athletics challenges - there's something for each day, but pick and choose if you'd rather.

Bank Holiday Challenge

How far can you go in 20 minutes? You could walk, run, cycle, skate, scooter... but remember- STAY LOCAL. Please see the poster for further details.

Week Commencing 18.5.20

This week, there are some really great activities to try out with your family. Pick an activity, watch the 2 minute video, set up the equipment (it's all stuff you can find around your house!) and just have a go. These are some of the best suggestions I've seen whilst in lock-down and they're great fun.

Home Activity Challenges Week 7

Week commencing 11.5.20

This week there are some netball and football skill sheets for you to have a look at. You can link to some video clips that demonstrate key skills. Throwing, catching and footwork skills are important in PE so have a go and adapt any of the activities, if they are too hard (or too easy).

For those of you doing the 'Bear Hunt' this week, then check out the teddy bear fitness activities or yoga actvity. You can always use your teddy to practise your throwing and catching skills too. If you need more, then continue to improve on your personal best from last week's eight, 30 second challenges.

Home Activity Challenges week 6

Week commencing 4.5.20

I hope you enjoyed having a go at 'The Floor Is Lava' game from last week. I'd love to see some pictures of your physical activities on the Blog.  By now, you should also be really good at the 'Sevens' game and the 'Co-Ordination Challenges' from previous weeks. Scroll down the page if you've missed them. Let me know if you tried out any of the activities to do with keeping your dog active too.

 

There are 8 challenges to try out for this week's task. You can work towards beating your score or personal best every day. Will you achieve a bronze, silver or gold award? Go for it... and get the grown ups involved too!

Have fun and enjoy keeping active everyone!

Home Activity Challenges Week 5

Home Activity Challenges Week 4

The Floor Is Lava

Home Activity Challenges Week 3

Here's a challenge for you to try over the next week. It's a game called 'Sevens' and all you need is a ball and a wall. You can change any of the activities to make it easier or harder. Hope you have fun!
Can you pat your head and rub your tummy? Why not try some GoNoodle Catman Co-ordination Challenges.
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