Year 3-6 Stay at Home Programme

Spar Lancashire School Games
Activity Timetable Year 3 – 6

The Spar Lancashire School Games is a partnership between the Lancashire School Games Organiser Network (SGO’s), Active Lancashire and SPAR (sponsors).

During this time Lancashire SGO’s have developed a programme of activities and a hub of resources for young people to:

  • Remain active and Move
  • Access challenges to do individually or as a family
  • Enjoy being active through play
  • Learn new skills 

Mission:

The Spar Lancashire School Games Stay at Home Programme aims to provide opportunities for young people and families to become or remain active through a timetable of accessible opportunities. Resources, videos, weekly challenges and learning activities will form part of a weekly timetable to ensure you can become or remain active.

How to access the timetable & resources?

Week 6: 1st June- 7th June 2020 Timetable – Click here to access the timetable and resources

Lancashire SGO InformationYour SGO can provide information on the Stay at Home Programme and any local opportunities

Social Media:

We want to see you being active so please use the #LancsGames20 and publish videos, pictures and posts of you being active at home. Use the hashtags below to find out more information and additional resources.

#stayinworkout #LancsSGOchallenge #yourschoolgames #LancsGames20

Move!
The recommended amount of physical activity for children aged 5-18 is 60 minutes a day.  It should be hard enough for us to get a little bit out of breath and a little bit sweaty!

Challenge!
Take part in challenges against the clock, yourself or challenge a parent, carer or sibling. Try to beat your own scores and hit your personal best!

Play!
Don’t forget the importance of play, playing simple games and using our imagination is important, games like hide and seek and musical bumps are fun and will also help keep us active

Learn!
Learning, practicing and developing our sports skills will help us become better at PE and Sport.  This section will introduce sport and PE skills relevant to the PE national curriculum