Keep Active Home Working Resources
Ideas to Stay Active at Home – Hartford Primary School
Dear Parents and Carers,
As some children are going to be at home for the foreseeable future, we want them to stay as active as possible. This will help to keep their fitness levels up and also help with their mental wellbeing.
Don't forget to check out our Twitter Feed where I will posting the "Cairns Daily Challenge" each day.
Below is a list of ideas:
5-a-day Fitness is a collection of online 5-minute follow-along fun fitness routines with an array of different themes, from Pirates to Superheros, and Pop to Jive. Resources can easily be used at any time, in most spaces, and without any physical equipment.
There’s no preparation required, simply log in, select a video routine, join in, have fun, get fit and learn at home!
5-a-day fitness have very kindly allowed these log in details to be used at home for pupils of Hartford Primary School. Please do not share them with other schools.
The home access username and password for parents/carers and pupils is:
Please visit www.5-a-day.tv to log in using these details.
Cosmic Kids Yoga
Cosmic Kids Yoga is a Yoga and Mindfulness for kids. The YouTube channel has a number of videos based on many different topics from the Gruffalo to Frozen.
This website is a collection of fun videos that children can dance along to at home. Just visit https://www.gonoodle.com/
Click on ‘Get Started’ and then ‘Families Play Now’ to access the site for free.
Joe Wicks – The Body Coach TV
A good youtube site that has 5 minute work out videos specifically designed for children. They are a great way to get active in between home-learning sessions.
The PE Hub
This is the website that teachers use to plan their PE lessons. They have designed new content and it will be shared for free on their website so all parents can access it 24/7. Over time they will be extending this content, adding some simple differentiated activities for KS1 and KS2 based mainly on the physical literacy programme of Reception/KS1 and the OAA activities in KS2. To access the new content visit https://thepehub.co.uk/
BBC Super Movers
The BBC have created a number of crazy videos to keep children moving as well as learning. Each video is based on a different area of the curriculum.
The Youth Sport Trust have posted some personal challenge videos on the site below. Watch them and give them a go yourself.