In order to ensure children are happy and healthy in body and mind, the charity have created ‘PE Parent’, a free, easy to follow resource for parents to give their children a positive, progressive experience in PE.
All activities are age appropriate for Early Years Foundation Stage, Key Stage 1, Key Stage 2 and sessions for children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND).
Director of Active Fusion, Lindsy James, said:
"These packs will mirror the national curriculum for PE, as each key stage has been selected to show what children should be learning at their different stages of development.
"During school, children should be receiving 2 hours of PE per week. PE From Home activities can be delivered in 15–20-minute sessions to fit around your lifestyle."
All activities can be done at home and can be adapted to using household items should you not have access to sports equipment. For each activity, there is a games card detailing all the information on how to play and what you will need.
Within the game card, you will be able to find a unique QR code which can scan using a phone camera, which will take you straight to the instructional video on our YouTube Page.
To access all of our free resources please visit www.activefusion.org.uk.
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