Secondary School Physical Activity
Children and young people should seek to be regularly active throughout the day. The following resources may support young people to engage in active learning opportunities, physical fitness, strength and endurance challenges across a range of contexts including dance, fitness and exercise.
- Workouts – A set of workouts designed by darebee.com, the workouts are very basic in intensity and can be performed almost anywhere. Simply download your chosen work and copy the exercise, you can also find brief guidance on each workout.
- Example Circuits – Create your “own” fitness circuit. Includes a guide on how you should do this and examples of exercises that you can pick to create your own.
- High Difficulty Workouts – A set of workouts designed by darebee.com, these workouts are classed as high intensity and can be performed almost anywhere. Simply download your chosen work and copy the exercise, you can also find brief guidance on each workout.
- Fitness Moves Technique – Durham and Chester-le-Street School Sports Partnership have developed a guide to show you how to perform the correct techniques of several exercises.
- Darebee Exercise Cards – Darebee.com visual aid to show you how to perform over 80 different types of exercises.
- Stretching Exercise Charts – A great visual aid to show you six different stretching exercises that you can perform to target different areas of your body.
- Daredice –Make exercising fun, a nice template that you can print off and put together in a dice format, one dice has the repetition and the other has the exercise you perform. Roll the first dice to get the exercise and the second dice to see how many of the exercises you need to perform.
- Seneca KS4 – Digital revision materials focusing on the GCSE PE curriculum
- Walking to school initiative
- Youth Sport Trust #ThisIsPE Home Learning Resources