Children and young people should be physically active for at least an average of 60 minutes per day across the week. Despite the many challenges that COVID-19 brings, it is vitally important that children and young people continue to be active for their physical and mental wellbeing. In fact, physical activity may be more important than ever during this unprecedented and difficult situation. There are lots of ways that children and young people, and their families, can get active at home.
Your child’s school may have provided specific learning at home resources for P.E. but there are also a wide range of activities and resources that families can access, to enable them to be active at home.
We are encouraging all schools, partners and families to share how they are keeping active online by using the hashtag #StayActiveSussex.
Resources for 5-11 year olds
We have collated a list of the various organisations and partners offering schools and families support in this area. Some of them are suitable for, or can be adapted to, secondary aged pupils.
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Resources for 11-19 year olds
We have worked with REBOOT to develop daily Youtube videos and live workouts to help you stay active at home. From boxing and basketball, to street dance and yoga, there is something for everyone, no matter what level or ability.
Played On Demand
Played Limited have a online tool full of FREE video workouts for adults, children, older adults and people with long term conditions and disabilities. You can search for the ideal workout at a time that works for you.
We have also collated a list of the various other organisations and partners offering online support for staying active.
Please note that we are continually updating our Active at Home pages daily, adding new information and resources as things progress and change with the coronavirus outbreak.