Covid-19 Energize Resources In order to try and support people to remain healthy and active during this period of social distancing and self isolation, we have compiled a wealth of free resources which can be used at home to improve our physical and mental wellbeing. As well as resources to help families with active learning, there are a range of websites with information which everyone can benefit from. Updated: 29/3/20 Energize Active Families Challenge To help keep your children motivated to stay active, we have compiled a range of challenges for you to undertake each day. Each week we will update the weekly challenges with different activities for you to try. Follow our Instagram account https://bit.ly/33NveRy to see the Energize team trying some of the challenges and upload your attempts too! #StayInWorkOut https://bit.ly/2yc5um7 Active Learning Listed below are a range of resources which offer ideas to incorporate activity into home learning. Simply click on the icons to visit the websites and their resources! Recovery College Online Course - Being Healthy NEW This course, aimed at under 12’s, will help children understand what it means to be healthy covering topics such as what is health, keeping our feelings healthy, stopping the explosion and managing our emotions. Click here to access Swim England Learn to Swim Programme NEW Swim England are launching a range of ‘not on the road’ roadshows aimed at swim schools, teachers and pool operators delivering the ‘learn to swim’ programme and school swimming. Click here to visit their website to sign up to their webinars, attend CPD introductory workshops, network and share best practice and develop your knowledge with ‘Ask the Expert’ open forums. The Body Coach TV Join Joe Wicks for a daily PE lesson at 9am every day or access a range of short workouts for children and adults. Click here to access. BBC Super Movers BBC Super Movers website contains a host of free online videos & fun curriculum linked resources to get children moving while they learn. Many of the videos include famous sports people and celebrities to help encourage children to get involved. Click here to access. Active Kids Do Better Sign up to Active Kids Do Better to get moving, track physical activity and earn rewards. This collaboration between Nike and Discovery Education has a range of resources including videos to help keep children active. Click here to access. Real Play Create Development are making their real play at home resource free for any family to access whilst schools are closed. Click here to access. Youth Sport Trust The Youth Sport Trust have developed a range of 60 second challenges to encourage children to continue their Personal Challenges at home by trying to improve their performance. Try a range of activities and download a challenge tracker to track your performance! Click here to access. Quick Bursts and Active Blasts Physical activity is a great way to keep yourself engaged and focused, not just stay fit. Try some of the resources below to energise yourself and your family. Simply click on the icons to visit the websites and their resources! British Cycling - Ready, Set, Ride NEW British Cycling have launched ‘Ready, Set, Ride’ – a daily calendar of games and activities suitable for children from as young as 18 months to 8 years old. Many of the activities can be done without a bike, making them perfect for indoor play. Click here to access. Sport England #StayInWorkout NEW Tips, advice and guidance on how to keep or get active in and around your home. Click here to join the Movement and use #StayInWorkOut to share how you're getting active during this time. Shropshire Family Information Service NEW The Shropshire Family Information Service offers information about local and national services and support for children, young people and families. Click to access some of their ideas for non-screen activities and their tips for 100 ideas of things to do indoors. This Girl Can Visit This Girl Can for a range of activities including home exercises, workouts with your pets and Disney Dance Alongs to all your favourite Disney tunes. Click here to access. Just Dance Just Dance videos are a great way to get all the family moving. Access all the latest songs and routines through this Just Dance You Tube channel. Click here to access. Go Noodle Go Noodle offers a range of free online videos which encourage children to move more and be mindful. Created by child development exerts, they are available for free to everyone. Click here to access. IMovement Imovement offers fun, active learning resources that change daily. Focusing on mindfulness and movement , pupils can stay active & healthy even if they aren't at school. Click here to access. Change4Life Visit the Change4Life website to access 10 minute shake up activities and games to re-energise your family. Click here to access. Sport England Sport England have compiled some of the most useful tips on how you maintain your active lifestyle whilst you're at home. If you've found a great way to keep active online, use the hashtag #StayInWorkOut on social media to share it with others. Click here to access. Youth Sport Trust The Youth Sport Trust have developed a range of 60 second challenges to encourage children to continue their Personal Challenges at home by trying to improve their performance. Try a range of activities and download a challenge tracker to track your performance. Click here to access. The Great Outdoors Whilst social distancing is of paramount importance, taking the opportunity to get outside when we can - even just into our gardens - can help not just our physical but our mental wellbeing as well. Simply click on the icons to visit the websites and their resources! Pentathlon Hereford Pent-Active April Fools 21 day Challenge NEW Register here for the April Fools 21 day challenge with Pent Active Geocache Geocaching is treasure hunting for the the modern age! Using GPS, you can find local walks and hunts that the whole family can enjoy. Click here to access. Premier League Primary Stars Premier League Primary Stars has a wide collection of free, curriculum-linked activities to educate and entertain children at home. You can find lots of ideas for helping your children get active, as well as fun videos, games and worksheets for Maths, English and Health and Wellbeing. Click here to access. My Activity Passport Use this editable Passport to create a ticklist of activities that children can work through both indoors and outdoors. Click here to access. Mental Wellbeing Social isolation is challenging for everyone. The change in routine can be unsettling - using some of the resources below to help with mindfulness, relaxation and meditation will prove invaluable in helping overall wellbeing. Simply click on the icons to visit the websites and their resources! Wheelpower Yoga NEW Yoga is a safe and effective way to increase strength, flexibility and balance and can help to improve both physical and mental wellbeing. Wheelpower have launched a series of Adaptive Yoga videos to encourage wheelchair users to exercise from the comfort of their own homes. Click here to access. Cosmic Kids Cosmic Kids allows you to access themed yoga lessons, mindfulness activities & relaxation sessions - ideal for children and adults alike. Click here to access. Imovement Imovement offers fun, active learning resources that change daily. Focusing on mindfulness and movement , pupils can stay active & healthy even if they aren't at school. Click here to access. Go Noodle Go Noodle offers a range of free online videos which encourage children to move more and be mindful. Created by child development exerts, they are available for free to everyone. Click here to access. Healthy Eating Eating healthily is vital to maintain energy levels and improve mood. Try the resources below for fantastic recipe ideas, sugar swaps and healthy snacks. Simply click on the icons to visit the websites and their resources! Change4Life In addition to videos and activities, the Change4Life website also provides healthy eating ideas and even family dinner recipes. Click here to access. Healthy Futures Healthy Futures are offering a weekly food & activity log, exercise videos and challenge cards to keep children active. Click here to access.