60 Second Physical Activity Challenges
A fun ‘compete against yourself’ approach to physical activity with a focus on resilience and perseverance and the aim to achieve bronze, silver or gold medal targets.
Our Active 30:30 resource helps schools reduce sedentary behaviour and increase physical activity in young people outside of timetabled curriculum PE.
Active 30:30 Champions
Our Active 30:30 Champions inspire primary schools and families to commit to 30 minutes of physical activity during the school day and 30 minutes at home.
Active 30:30 Tri
We are in danger of imploding as a society and letting down a whole generation of children. It is only adults that stop children moving. If children don’t move, inflammation increases and the chances of acute disease increases… starting with the hardening of the arteries which is speeding up the aging process in children as young as six years-old. We need to create a new norm for children where sitting is limited and movement is encouraged at school and at home to improve their quality of adult life and create healthy happy active learners. We know that children’s long-term involvement in physical activities that have variety, fun and different intensities is better for creating active habits and improving cognition and health. To create an active school culture we have to integrate movement into the school day and not just as a bolt-on physical activity. This will mean considering and ‘nudging’ children along this continuum from standing up (sitting less) and increasing their activity levels throughout the day (moving more). Active 30:30 Tri is a resource providing practical ways in which to plan 15, 10 and 5 minutes of physical activity of different intensities throughout the school day. Additional copies of the poster can also be downloaded from this page. If you would like a hard copy of this resource then please contact [email protected] and subject to availability we may be able to send one out to you.
Active Board Games
Classic board games with a sporting twist for all the family to try. This resource pack includes bingo, connect four, jigsaw and arrows, snake and ladders, and sportopoly.
Active Recovery Hub
Access over 350 resources to help children and young people to boost their health and wellbeing following Covid-19, by promoting being active before, during and after the school day.
Active in Mind Resources
Active in Mind is funded through Sport England National Lottery funding. It targets young people (Key Stage 2 and above) who are experiencing low level mental health issues and part of a wellbeing support programme in their school (pastoral support or counselling) or in Tier 1 or 2 Children and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS).
After School Sport Club
Watch recordings from our 30-minute online club with videos made for all children and young people to do some sport, develop skills and have fun!
All About Autism E-Learning
Developed by the Youth Sport Trust, and endorsed by the National Autistic Society, All About Autism is a digital and practical toolkit that builds upon knowledge of autism spectrum conditions (ASC) and some of the key considerations for making PE and sport inclusive to all.
Athlete Mentor - Liz Johnson - Resilience
A webinar with Liz Johnson Paralympic Champion Swimmer Covering - Habits & Heath, Concentration, Motivation & Hydration
Athlete Mentor - Rachel MacKenzie - Improving Wellbeing
A webinar with Rachel Mackenzie World Thai Boxing Champion. Covering - identifying habits and behaviours which support positive physical and mental health
Athlete Mentor - Rachel MacKenzie - Wellbeing for Primary
A webinar with Rachel Mackenzie World Thai Boxing Champion. Covering - learning to deal with stress, fear & worry. Ways to calm down & feel relaxed.