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Keeping Active

9:00: Body Coach YouTube channel for PE lessons

Joe Wicks is running a live PE session every morning at 9am. This is recorded and available to follow at any time in the day, if you miss the live session.

11:30: Dance with Oti

Strictly Come Dancing's Oti Mabuse will be streaming a children's dance class each day on her Instagram (@otimabuse) and Youtube channels

The Government recommendation is that 5 - 18 year olds should have at least sixty minutes of physical activity per day.


 Activity Programmes

Joe Wicks - The Body Coach Youtube channel 

30 minute workout Monday - Friday at 9.00am for as long as schools are closed.

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Premier Sport  
Resource to help parent's keep their children active. Includes activities focusing on Physical / Wellbeing  / Lifeskills in PDF format
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A borough programme – 

10 minutes of physical activity everyday, anywhere anytime. Log on via   

Click on GO 365, Health (in green) Get Active and then select video resources you would like:
Six Fitkid video works outs - easy to follow exercise to music routines 
65 one minute energy blasts
Get Strong : the 101 Strength and Conditioning Games and Activities are suitable for primary school pupils in years 5/6.

Tenergy+ resource pack of skipping; games; circuits and chairtastic cool down activities 


Youth Sport Trust - Stay Home Stay Active

Fun Challenges and PE activities for school and home. Activity cards in PDF format.
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Disney Shake Up Games | 10 Minute Shake Up | Change4Life
10-minute bursts of fun will really get your kids moving and count towards the 60 active minutes they need every day!
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BBC Super Movers

Fun curriculum linked resources to get everyone up and moving 

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This Girl Can – Disney Dance Along (for boys too!)

This Girl Can is all about celebrating kids getting active, no matter how they like to do it. 

Series of short dance routines - learn the moves or put your own spin on the routines. 

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