Other Useful Links
On this page we have collated a wide variety of other useful links to websites, organisations, and resources that may be helpful for your school and school staff to be aware of. Links for further information of each are included, take a look below!
During the pandemic there has been a lot of updated guidance for schools in terms of PE, Physical Activity & School Sport provision. For the most up to date guidance please click on the links below:
Community Recycle is a scheme established by companies operating within the external school environment sector. The initiative collects, coordinates, and donates overstocked, unsellable items, returned goods and second-hand equipment to schools across the UK. It's a great scheme that ensures goods, that would otherwise be left in storage or even go to landfill, are put to good use in the community, saving schools money and brightening up school grounds across the UK.
The types of materials typically include Polycarbonate sheets, Shade sails, Post pads and outdoor furniture items.
Ability Not Disability
Community Fitness Network have worked with 50 instructors who teach in communities to produce workouts for families, children and adults who have special educational needs and disability. Check out the YouTube Channel to access 211 videos including dance fitness, seated, boxing, yoga, stretch, balance and circuits.
Public Health England's School Zone
The School Zone offers curriculum-linked resources and inspiration from Change4Life on nutrition and physical activity for primary teachers, and lesson plans from Every Mind Matters on mental health and wellbeing for secondary teachers and year 6 teachers, which are PSHE Association-accredited.
The flexible and easy-to-use resources are created by teachers and include ideas and activities to help schools teach a range of topics in KS1 through to KS4.
For more information view the website by clicking the link below:
About | PHE School Zone
Change 4 Life
The Change4Life teaching resources for KS1 and KS2 encourage children to eat well and move more. They include fun curriculum-linked lesson plans, pupil-led campaigns, whole-school activities, and information designed to help you teach children to eat healthily and move more.
Our Healthy Year
Keep Reception and Year 6 pupils healthy this year and have fun with Change4Life Our Healthy Year activities!
The Our Healthy Year toolkits are designed to build healthy habits in children during the school years in which they are weighed and measured.
Developed with educational experts, the activities are flexible and easy to use to help teachers build fun, healthy curriculum-linked activity into their existing lessons and everyday routines.
To find out more about Our Healthy Year search Change4Life/schools online or visit the website.
A range of flexible nutrition resources across different subject areas - designed for use throughout the school year to encourage pupils to build healthier habits for life.
Activity resources for teachers, leaders, other school staff, and parents. Designed to promote physical activity for pupils throughout the school day and help engage parents beyond the school gates!