Stay #ActiveAtHome with the family by taking part in some fun activities!
There are plenty of fun ways to keep the whole family active whilst everyone is at home. You can take part in workout videos, play games or get outside and explore your local environment and footpaths by either by running, walking or cycling! Keeping active as a family is great way to encourage children to be active as well as enjoying a great family experience! Remember to aim to get in an average of 60 minutes of physical activity a day for children, 3 hours for under 5's and 150 minutes a week for adults - why not print out our Activity Tracker at the bottom of this page to record your physical activity as a family!
Find a great selection of useful information and resources for Early Years to help keep the little ones active and engaged whilst at home.
Fun curriculum linked resources to get children moving and having fun while they learn. Super Movers provides a range of activities across Key Stage 1 and 2 subjects to help keep active.
Jump Start Jonny is on a mission to get kids fit! His fun workouts and chill-out videos are loved by over 250,000 Jumpsters in schools and homes worldwide!
A great selection of family-friendly activity ideas and resources to begin moving more together in your living room, garden or local park.
An England Athletics resource, Funetics provides FUN activities based on fundamental core movement skills - running, jumping and throwing - to help us keep active.
Youth Sport Trust have created free PE resources for early years, primary and secondary children – they will be there for you as long as you need them through this difficult time.
The Virtual Together app (on Playwaze) has been developed for individual and group activity and sport challenges, competitions and school sport.
Check out information on the BBC's lockdown fitness regimes. Stars are coming together to share routines across BBC programming, which will be available live and via the iPlayer.
Bring the magic of Disney into the comfort of your home, with dance workouts inspired by hit Disney films such as The Jungle Book, Moana and The Little Mermaid.
Active Anita is on an important mission to help get all children to take part in 60 minutes of Physical Activity a day. Come and join in the fun!
A collection of free, curriculum-linked resources to educate and entertain at home. Primary Stars includes fun videos, games and worksheets for Maths, English, Health and Wellbeing.
Activity Alliance have compiled a list of exercise advice, workouts, videos and activity guides designed to support disabled people in moving more while at home.
Check out Sport England's new campaign for tips, advice and guidance on how to keep or get active in and around your home during Coronavirus restrictions.
Tune in to live PE with Joe Wicks every morning at 9am. This is ideal for keeping kids active. Adults can join in the fun too as the Body Coach keeps us moving in our homes!
A fantastic resource with information, activities and advice to help you and your family stay healthy and happy using simple activities and nutritional tips.
Join Strictly Come Dancing's Oti Mabuse as she guides you through dance classes. A great way to keep kids active and teach parents new moves.
When it comes to learning cool moves from dance, martial arts and yoga this is the way to go. Each 20 or 40-minute class is jam-packed with cool music, fitness moves and fun games!
LRS Family Activity Tracker V6 (PDF, 708 Kb)