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Health, Well-being and Fitness

Here is a suggested weekly planner for keeping active at home!

Keep children active - aim for 60 minutes everyday: 


School Games Area Profile Page  -  a range of resources including the Youth Sport Trust, PE at Home and 60 second challenge cards


Twitter page - @TraffordSSP   

A link to Trafford Sports Partnership Twitter page with ideas and challenges:   


The Greater Sport Active Partnership website


PE with Joe, every Mon-Fri at 9am, although you can do the workouts at any time! 

Joe Wick's 5 minute move 

A HUGE range of yoga and mindfulness activities suitable for all ages.

A range of active games and challenges with a Disney theme, some for multiple players.

A range of fun, short activities for children to do at home.

Another superb website providing a wide range of active games, linked to all areas of the curriculum.

Dance with Darcey Bussell

Dance with Oti Mabuse


Discussing the Coronavirus with children


How To Talk To Children About Coronavirus


Nosy Crow

Nosy Crow is a small, multi-award-winning, independent children’s publishing company. They began publishing child-focused, parent-friendly children’s books and apps in January 2011 with the aim of creating books and apps that encourage children to read for pleasure.  They have just released a free information book explaining the coronavirus to children, illustrated by Gruffalo illustrator Axel Scheffler.




Keeping in Touch


At the moment we all have family members and friends who we are missing contact with.  We have all had to find new ways to keep in touch.  The Activity Village website is providing lots of colouring resources based on a wide range of themes, including keeping in touch with your loved ones.  Go to the link below and scroll down for access to these free resources.

Cooking / Baking

Great ideas for simple recipes to get your kids cooking with Jamie Oliver.

Get your kids cooking with Theo Michaels.



Music lessons with Myleene Klass.



Flexible lessons to develop children's spiritual, moral, social and cultural (SMSC) learning, including their understanding of fundamental British Values. Resources support Relationsips Education, Character Education and the teaching of Citizenship and PSHCE (Physical, Social, Health, Cultural and Emotional education).

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