Boccia - Equipment needed to play at homeThe videos show how Boccia can be played at home using items from around the house to make adapted Boccia equipment. The videos also provide adapted Boccia challenges and activities.
Boccia EnglandBoccia England have developed a range of adapted activities to provide opportunities for children and their family to participate in Boccia specific activities at home
Sensory Circuits & PE Challenges (SEND Pupils)ain Mills from Parkside School has created a YouTube Physical Education Home Learning with a focus on fun and engaging activities focused on SEND pupils. The videos consist of both at home PE challenges and fantastic sensory exercise circuits.
This is PE (#ThisisPE)Working in partnership with Special Olympics GB, ThisisPE have created a series of 12 videos and supporting resource cards designed for SEND children to gain access to inspiring, accessible and meaningful PE.
BBC Super MoversThe BBC have teamed up with the Premier League to provide both KS1 & KS2 pupils with a vast array of easy to follow 'active Learning' videos. The videos and activities link both physical activity to different strands of the Curriculum. As a result, pupils can learn and stay active at the same time.
Disney Dance-AlongsThis Girl Can has teamed up with Disney to create five fun dance routine videos. Each routine is linked to popular Disney songs for children and their families to dance-along.
Sportshall Athletics Home PentathonThe Home Pentathlon is a fun way for families (up to 6 people) to take part in 5 adapted Sportshall Athletics events at home. The guidance notes and online score system are supported by a set of Youtube clips which have been narated bo Olympic medallist Katherine . More details can be found at:
Youth Sport Trust ResourcesThe YST have developed a significant number of resources and the links, below, will take you to two activities that can be done indoors or outdoors, individually or in pairs, and they are suitable for KS1 and KS2.
#ThisisPEA vast number of short two-minute videos have been created by #ThisIS PE to provide parents with free, fun and easy to follow adapted PE activities. Each video focuses on specific fundamental PE skills within the PE National Curriculum. The videos are delivered by PE teachers and will help children to continue their skill development.
Mini First Aid Kids Mini first aid kids live class (Youtube tutorial) provides children the opportunity to learn about the essential first aid response to helping someone that is unconscious. The video is very children friendly and even allows children to follow along using their teddy or willing parent as a patient
Active Suffolk ChallengesActive Suffolk are creating a series of weekly challenge videos. The aim is to encourage young people to improve their skills in a particular challenge.
Youth Sport Trust Home LearningThe YST have created many fun challenges & PE activities that enable young people to plan, do and review. The activities have been grouped in four sections: PE Home Learning, Active Breaks, 60 Second Challenges and Active Learning, and are available for Early years, Primary & Secondary School children.
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