Ideas to make your classroom an active environment.
|The Premier League and BBC have teamed up to get the nation’s primary school children moving to warm up their brains ready to learn.
Working hand in hand with the Premier League Primary Stars resources, Super Movers offers teachers fun videos, ideas and incentives to inspire children to be more active throughout their day – all free and available online.
|TagTiv8 provide a unique set of Active Learning Games to create fun, active and engaging opportunities that help children understand phonics, spelling and maths. Tagtiv8 games are engaging and educational, easy to organise and play. Session Plans and Activity Cards are created by learners for learners so they are easy to follow and adapt.||Tagtiv8 Website|
|Go Noodle provides hundreds of videos that activate kids’ bodies and brains.||Go Noodle|
|The Youth Sport Trust has developed a useful guide: 10 steps to an active school||10 steps to an active school|
The Department for Education has launched a online video collection to support young people’s mental and physical health!
Available on YouTube, the resources provide creative and entertaining content that can support school staff to safely deliver 30 minutes of physical activity in a covid-secure environment.
|Physically Active Schools|
|Jump Start Jonny provides a range of video activities aimed at getting children more fit and active.||Jump Start Jonny|
|This lesson starter inspires pupils to warm up with a 1-minute video clip featuring the England Lionesses and performers from the hit West End musical The Lion King, and to reflect on what it means to try their best.
It can be used to encourage a positive mindset at the start of any lesson, as a PE warm-up or to help establish high expectations with a new class.
|‘Try your best’ PowerPoint and video|