Activities to help you stay active at home.
Visit the organisations and links below for a range of activities and resources to help you and your family stay active whilst at home. We will be updating this page over the coming weeks, so be sure to keep checking back.
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SENDactive AT HOME
Access weekly activity cards and resources to keep you and your family active at home. We will be adding resources over the coming weeks, so be sure to keep checking back.
Panathlon have developed multi-skills challenges for students to do in their homes and gardens in order to stay active and engaged during Covid-19 lockdowns and school holidays.
CSW SCHOOL GAMES | A – Z CHALLENGE
The School Games Organisers across Coventry, Solihull and Warwickshire are supporting the national effort to ensure young people and their families have access to fun ways of staying active. Check out these challenges linked to the School Games.
YOUTH SPORT TRUST
Whether you’re a teacher in school, teaching remotely, or a parent or carer supporting home learning, Youth Sport Trust have a range of free PE, physical activity and sport resources.
YST AFTER SCHOOL SPORT CLUB
The Youth Sport Trust After School Sport Club, led by YST Athlete Mentors, is here to help all young people feel part of a club while many schools are shut and youth sport is on hold. Focusing on much more than physical fitness, the club will help children develop physical literacy and the confidence to try new sports.
JOIN THE MOVEMENT #STAYINWORKOUT
Tips, advice and guidance from Sport England on how to keep or get active in and around your home.
Activity Alliance have compiled a list of exercise advice, workouts, videos and activity guides to support disabled people.
A range of resources to support parents, professionals, practitioners and families to support wheelchair users to lead active healthy lives.
LimbPower exist to engage amputees and individuals with limb impairments in regular and sustained participation in physical activity, sport and art to improve their quality of life and to aid physical, social and psychological rehabilitation.