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PE activity websites

Below is a list of websites which provide a range of PE and sport-based activities.  Whilst the links are correct at the time of publication on our website, they are to external sites, including Youtube and children should be supervised when using these.  Please also only undertake activities that you are able to safely do in the space available and that are appropriate for your level of fitness.

Imoves – Daily active blasts. Links to Maths, Science and an active curriculum.


POPSUGAR Fitness – workout clips – Zumba, stretching, boot camp


Sweaty Betty – Ballet, Yoga


NHS – Cardio, 10 minute exercise


Yoga with Adriene


Disney Dance along


Change4Life – Disney and cartoon inspired activities, work outs and games


Change4Life accessible activities – e.g. Potato Golf


Jasmine active – Real PE – Stories and exercises


Joe Wicks – Body Coach TV


Superhero Workout – Black Panther


Get Moving with Disney Family


Fortnite Dance Fitness


Sport Relief clip used


Dance with Kids

Gloucestershire Football Association: ‘Home of Football’ campaign

England Athletics: resource links

Funetics: 4-11 years

Wesport’s COVID-19 Support Page is a reference point for resources that will continually be updated

GoNoodle:  ‘Getting Kids moving so they can be their best’

School Games Challenges: these games/challenges could be adapted for all the family to play and with the equipment you have available. Spot Bucket Hoop Keepy uppy Reaction Challenge Rebound Scavenger Hunt

Cosmic Kids Yoga

Yoga and Mindfulness adventures for children.

Ben Fogle: Daily Adventure Classes

Ask Ben questions

Youth Sport Trust: Free Home Learning Resources

Personal Challenge:

A fun ‘compete against yourself’ approach to physical activity with a focus on resilience and perseverance and the aim to achieve bronze, silver or gold medal aims. We have a range of activity cards and videos.

  • Air Balloon Challenge
  • Around the World Challenge
  • Bean Bag Throw Challenge
  • Climb the Mountain Challenge
  • Skipping Challenge
  • Speed Bounce Challenge
  • Squat Jump Challenge

Active Breaks:

Physical Education Home Learning:

PE activities that can be done individually or in pairs/small groups with a focus on the development of physical competence and actively learning the importance of personal skills to support social, emotional and mental well-being.

Active Learning:

Teaching wider school subjects such as English and Maths in a physical way so as to reduce children sitting for too long and making the learning fun e.g. timetable squats.