"PE Choice Board" is intended to support you achieving your "60 minutes a day" and should be in addition to (not replace) whatever activities you are already doing at home or in school. Most activities are suitable for use at home (with the disclaimer that adult supervision is necessary!) or in school. The personal challenges can be completed multiple times, trying to beat your personal best and also beat Mike's score for each challenge! Please post the activities you have completed or your best scores for challenges in your Google classroom.
AYJS Choice Board
Joy of Moving Winter Games Pack
Following a successful virtual Joy of Moving Home School Festival in the summer of 2020 where over 250,000 children got involved, the EFL Trust and Ferrero have launched a new virtual ‘Winter Games’ pack which will help inspire children to get moving in the toughest months for activity levels. Click here to find out more.
Joy of Moving - Home School Festival
The pack below has been designed for you and your family to have an afternoon of fun, with different games and activities to choose from. You won’t need much equipment and there is an activity at the start that helps you find and collect useful things!
Sustrans "Walk" the York Walls Active Challenge
Work your way round the York Walls course. Each week, see if you can colour in five footprints by completing various activities. You can choose which activities you want to do, so get active the way you like best! As you work your way around the walls, you’ll find numbered milestones (blue circles). When you reach one of these milestones, you must complete a special activity before you can move onto the next footprint!
York School Sports Network
Try these daily challenges to keep doing your 60 minutes of recommended physical activity each day:
Youth Sports Trust
For free home resources visit Youth Sports Trust.
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 wellbeing:
CADE Match Report - Poetry in Motion
Poetry in motion...
Archie was a fantastic leaper
And that is why he ended up being our main keeper
James kept his position in defence really well
He’d played at the back before, you could tell!
Oliver loved to tackle and slide
When he scored the goal he definitely didn’t want to hide.
Isaac covered the left wing trying to make a steal.
He even pulled off a cheeky back heal.
Wil ran from end to end
On the constant look out for the perfect ball to send.
Harry had bounce back ability as well as lightening pace
Even when taking a ball right in the face!
Joe worked hard up top
Trying to pull off the perfect shot!
Luke, I really am a big fan
Your attitude and commitment...you just ran and ran!
I’m sure the team won’t mind me giving Will a special mention
After all he did stop most of our tension.
Will T will never forget his first game
Where he entered the AYJS hall of fame
Suddenly in Dunnigton’s defence he spotted a hole
“Shoot” we all said. Wow! What a goal!
So hard work, determination and showing we were able
Resulted in one thing...finishing TOP OF THE TABLE
Miss Roberts ~ CADE Tournament