Staying Active


Whilst we are all being confined to our homes it is important to keep active. Here are some ideas of things which you can do at home:


And now for the challenges!!!

Day one: The Toilet Roll Challenge

Day two: The Washing Machine Challenge

Day three: The Sock Basketball Challenge

Day four: The Toilet Roll Balance Challenge

Day five: The Plant Pot Challenge

Day six: The Football Skills Challenge

Day seven: The Throw and Clap Challenge

Day 8: Standing Long Jump Challenge

Day 9: The 26 Ball Challenge

Day 10: The Bin Shot Challenge

Day eleven: The Volley Up Challenge

Day twelve: The Squat Challenge

Day thirteen: Ball Against the Wall Challenge

Day fourteen: Juggling Challenge

Day fifteen: The Three Throw Challenge

Day sixteen: Bunny Hop Challenge

Day seventeen: Slalom Challenge

Day eighteen: Shot Put Challenge

Day nineteen: Skipping Challenge

Day twenty: Rebound Challenge

Day twenty one: Step Up Challenge

Day twenty two: Bunny Hop Challenge

Day twenty three: Kick Up Challenge

Day twenty four: Football Dribble Challenge

Day twenty five: Squat Challenge

Day twenty six: Football Pass Challenge

Day twenty seven: Star Jump Challenge

Day twenty eight: Plank Challenge

Day twenty nine: Bouncy Ball Challenge
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If you have a go at one of the challenges, why not video yourself doing it and ask your parents to send it to school? We can add it to our 'challenges gallery'!!! (Parents can join in too!!!)

Joe Wicks is running a 30 minute 9 a.m. workout every morning, Monday to Friday. This is a great way to stay healthy and be ready for the day ahead. Please follow the link to his Youtube channel:

Gonoodle has lots of dance videos. Children have used these before at school so will be used to what to do. Free for parents.

Leicestershire and Rutland Sport has launched a new website, Healthy at Home. This is being added to all the time and is for both children and parents:

Cosmic Kids Yoga provides opportunities for some physical activity together with mindfulness.

Table Tennis England has produced some fun activities which you can do at home - and you don't need to have a table tennis table - you can use a frying pan or saucepan and another type of ball instead!

Kidz Fit have the Kidz Zone on their website where children can play games, create posters/leaflets/stories, colour in, and do a set plan of exercises to videos.

The Youth Sport Trust (YST) is providing some free home learning resources.

Leicestershire County Cricket Club have produced some home exercise challenges. There is also a design a T shirt competition for their mascot to wear.

The Skip2bfit program now has an app. On it they have one free song where they time two minutes and shout out the times for the children who are going for it!


North West Leicestershire School Sports Partnership is putting together a weekly set of resources for use at home (see below). Each week there are three categories: Personal Best, the Virtual Competition and a Creative Challenge. The Virtual Competition will be aimed at a different year group each week. Have a go at the challenges!!!! 

NWLSSP Week One (Virtual Comp for Y3)

NWLSSP Week Two (Virtual Comp for Y4)
The first of Mr. Holyland's WEEKLY challenges!
The first of Mr. Holyland's WEEKLY challenges!

You can see Mr. Holyland's results from Weekly Challenge 1 here.

Weekly Challenge 2
Weekly Challenge 2
Weekly Challenge 3
Weekly Challenge 3
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