Children & Families

Daily physical activity can be really beneficial during these difficult times; helping to keep children active and providing some light relief as a family. Whether it’s a Disney dance along routine, Cosmic Yoga or a Joe Wick’s work out there is plenty to give a go. By encouraging your child to take part in some daily activity you can also help to improve their metal well being and support home learning.

Below are a list of resources that will help the young people in your family to get the daily 60 minutes of activity recommended by the UK Chief Medical Officer (CMO) in fun ways.

All the resources listed here are for activities designed to be carried out indoors or, if available, a garden.

Children and young people can go outside for one form of exercise a day, such as:

• a walk with members of their household
• a run with members of their household
• a cycle with members of their household

but remember all outdoor exercise should only be carried out locally.

 

Children and young people should always follow the latest official advice on social distancing, which means making sure that they and their parent or carer stay more than 2 metres from others (including friends and other family members).

Sport England have launched their Join The Movement campaign which supports people to #StayInWorkOut. There are a range on resources and online virtual activities that can be found on their website

If you’re looking for some inspiration, there are loads of videos and workouts that you can follow online. Below are a few to get you started …

These are some of the ones we have come across for children and families (and big kids too!)

 

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Jump Start Jonny 

Fun workout videos to get kids moving.

 

Jump Start Jonny

Table Tennis Kidz – Play at home

TT Kidz has launched 9 videos so you can get still get involved while at home. They can be done with or without a table tennis table and they will be showing ways you can get involved if you don’t have access to table tennis equipment.

 

Table Tennis Kids

 

Youth Sport Trust

To help better support teachers and parents, Youth Sport Trust have collated a list of free to use resources which can help support home activity. This includes: Ready Set Ride resources, Play Format videos, Personal Challenge videos as well as Inclusion 2020 activities. View here.

 

Youth Sport Trust

 

KidsRunFree

KidsRunFree have been activating children across the UK for over a decade and they want to continue to do so. They are uploading daily videos of games and activities that families can play together to help stay fit and healthy.

Kids run free

 

PE and School Sport: Local Offer

Please find our latest ‘PE and School Sport: Local Offer’ brochure here.

This brochure aims to pull together information about a range of providers that can offer curricular and extra-curricular provision, as well as staff CPD, to enhance your PE and School Sport offer.

 

The information contained on this website has been provided by third parties (activity providers) independent of Sport Across Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent.  Sport Across Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent makes no representations or warranties in relation to the accuracy or completeness of the information provided by activity providers and accepts no liability for any illegality arising from errors or omissions or inaccuracies in such material and takes no responsibility for any of the information provided by activity providers.

It is strongly recommended that you make the appropriate checks to ensure high quality provision and a safe environment is provided. Sport Across Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent accepts no liability (to the full extent permitted by law) for any incidental, indirect, consequential or special damages of any kind, or any damages whatsoever, including, without limitation, those resulting from loss of profit, goodwill, data, information, income, anticipated savings or business relationships arising out of or in connection with the uses of the information provided on this website, or for the quality of the activities provided by activity providers. For practical guidance Click Here