Activity ideas and inspiration

Join the Movement

Sport England have pulled together some of the most useful tips and ideas on how you can keep active in and around the home for their new Join the Movement campaign. If you’ve found any great ways to keep active then use the hashtag #StayInWorkOut on social media to share your ideas with others.

Visit Sport England’s website

Join the Movement. Stay in, work out.

This Girl Can

This Girl Can has teamed up with Disney to create dance routines to help mums get active with their children. Capturing ways in which families can get moving to the songs they love. You can learn their moves or put your own spin on the routine. At the end of the day, it’s about breaking a sweat and having fun!

Visit This Girl Can’s website

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There’s no need to let challenging times stop children getting the activity they need. Even when you can’t get outside, there’s still loads of great indoor children’s activities to get them moving and have fun as a family. Resources are also available to encourage healthy eating and family recipes.

Change4Life indoor activities

Change4Life accessible activities

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Youth Sport Trust

To best support schools, parents and young people, Youth Sport Trust have put together a list of free-to-access resources which can aid learning at home. Resources include Ready Set Ride, Play Format videos, personal challenges and inclusion resources.

Visit the Youth Sport Trust website

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The Body Coach

Joe Wicks, The Body Coach, will be hosting half an hour ‘PE with Joe’ active workouts that can be done by all the family. These exercise classes can be followed live at 9am Monday to Friday or watched subsequently on his Body Coach YouTube channel.

Visit Joe Wicks’ YouTube channel

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Kent School Games

Kent Sport and Kent School Games are working with School Games Organisers across the county to publish a weekly programme of activities, resources and guides to help support young people to be active at home.

Visit the Kent School Games website

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