PE At Home
Tuesday 21st July
Regular walking, running, scooting or cycling outside is a great way to stay active and healthy, though it is still important to keep your distance and stay more than two metres away from others.
Try planning your route when you’re thinking of heading out for a jog or cycle. If possible, try to aim for roads, neighbourhoods, and parks that will be quieter, safer, and less congested.
This will give you a chance to explore places around you and develop some fun new routes, such as through local woodland or down a peaceful canal towpath. Picking less busy times will also help you to be more safe and responsible during outdoor exercise.
Monday 20th July
Yippee, the sun is shining! Play skittles in your garden. Stand nine plastic item in a diamond shape. Then stand back and see how many you can bowl over with one bowl. (If you do not have a ball, roll up a sock into a ball shape) Have fun!
You could also try creating your own game to play in the garden.
Friday 17th July
Description: videos that get younger children up and dancing with CBeebies presenters.
Key stages: early years foundation stage
Disney 10 Minute Shakeups
Description: 10-minute activities based on Disney films that count towards a child’s 60 active minutes per day
Key stages: early years foundation stage to key stage 2
Thursday 16th July
Click here to find out 'How Science can be found in Sport'
How fast do you think cricketers can bowl? Watch to find out!
Wednesday 15th July
Click here for 'Wellness Warrior Wednesday' and the power of Yet!
This may require the IMOVES password (below)
Tuesday 14th July
Well the weather was not as good as it looked first thing in the morning and today it looks very cloudy! For your exercise today, why not play 'Follow my Leader' and make sure you keep a social distance and stay safe. When you are the leader, do some different moves like giant steps to stretch your muscles. Have fun!
Monday 13th July
Good Morning. It looks as though it is going to be a nice day today.
Click here for some dancing with Music Express Choreography. This is to the song 'Can't Stop the Feeling'
Afterwards, why not make up some moves of your own!
Friday 10th July
Did you watch any of the competition videos?
Well the sun in shining again so get outside in the fresh air and get some exercise. You can play some old fashioned games like 'Hide and Seek' in your garden. Choose an object, hide it and see who finds it first. If you have a paddling pool, have some fun in that! We hope you have a lovely Friday and a good weekend.
Thursday 9th July
We are pleased to let you know that one or more of our children has been awarded a medal in the Wiltshire Virtual School Games.
The medal(s) will be delivered to the school before the end of term.
I wonder who it will be?
If you would like to watch the celebration videos please follow this link to our website
Wednesday 8th July
Click this link for the following information:
1. Standing Long Jump
2. Standing Triple Jump
3. Standing Vertical Jump
Make sure you do not turn into frogs with all the jumping!
Tuesday 7th July
Click here to do some 'Pumped Up' Pilates
IMOVES - Use these details if you have any problems and look for the activity (it is near the bottom):
Monday 6th July
Good morning and we hope you had a good weekend. The weather looks a bit better today so get outside and make your own game.
1. Find any objects in your home or outside that you can throw things into. For example a bowl from the kitchen, or a bucket (make sure they are not breakable) Try and find five things. These will be your targets!
2. Number your targets with points. Make the smaller targets more points as these will be more difficult!
3. Then find a small ball, or five small stones or a rolled up sock and throw this into your targets,
How many points did you score? Try and improve this!
If you are finding the game easy, move the targets further away from you.
Friday 3rd July
Why not try some 'Pumped Up Pilates' at home and get all the family involved.
Click the link below, and share with children who are continuing to learn from home - https://imoves.com/home-learning/1270
Have fun, and stay safe.
Thursday 2nd July
This is a great challenge called 'Spell It Out to Sweat It Out!' to keep you active and healthy with different exercises for each letter of the alphabet.
Here is a printable version here
IMOVES - Some parents have reported that they can't access this free link, therefore we have set up a new link:
At home, you can encourage your children to take regular breaks between their learning. Why not try these quick 10 minute blasts? Copy and paste the links:
- https://imoves.com/home-learning/1074 (4-7 year olds)
- https://imoves.com/home-learning/1075 (7-11 year olds)
Daily real PE at home guidance
A reminder that daily and weekly activities are still available when you log in to real PE at home (see year group pages for log in details). This offers guidance and suggestions on how you might like to arrange activities each day. Of course, you can choose to explore and go on your own adventure!
Early Years Foundation Stage (3-5 years old) / Key Stage 1 (5-7 years old)
Key Stage 2 (7-11 years old)
The website address is: home.jasmineactive.com
Parent email: email@example.com