Physical Education


Oldham Sport Development have launched an online programme of LIVE sessions, until schools fully return. This starts Monday 18th May, all sessions will go live at 10am.
They will be streamed on Facebook Live and shared on YouTube afterwards. This includes a KS1 and KS2 Sport PE lesson, 2 dance tutorials and a Dance lesson per week. We will also include some FRESH transition, Splay and Virtual Competitions.

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Sportshall have created a virtual family competition that can be done at home.  Its completely free and looks a lot of fun.  If you wish to have a go please do and if your families are on twitter or instagram please ask them to tag us in @oldhamssp

Joe Wicks (the body coach) is doing live video Physical Activity sessions at 9am every weekday morning via youtube.

Catch him Here:-

Youth sport Trust have also released some 60 second challenges which people can have a go at.

Here are some of their home learning games (note: some require beanbags and other equipment, If you need a beanbag try using a pair of socks folded into a ball – it works just as well).

The PE Passport website. These activities are designed to provide fun and engaging challenges to be attempted at home and as families. They have added Dance, Yoga, Hand/Eye Coordination skills and Personal Challenges, and will be updating the content daily over the next week.

Oldham Athletics – have created videos of Physical Activity games for the children at home or at school. Please follow this link to access those videos

England Athletics and funetics have fast forwarded the launch of our new funetics activity videos, originally planned for launch this Autumn as part of our public launch of our new funetics programme. The videos demonstrate parents and children (aged 4-11) taking part in FUN activities based on fundamental core movement skills: running, jumping and throwing.

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