On this page you will find lots of different challenges for keeping active.
Pupils are already starting to take part in the ‘lamp post orienteering’ challenge, for every course that they complete they get entered into a prize draw (the more courses completed the more chance they have of winning) https://drive.google.com/file/d/1vW94fe-Fdf6HAU_z8Km6gMOC2t5XGFjM/view?usp=sharing
Week 5’s Challenge is ‘Urban Orienteering’. Pendle Forest orienteers have kindly put together over 20 routes throughout Rossendale for families to have a go at this week and over half term. Please follow the link for an explanation sheet https://drive.google.com/file/d/1vW94fe-Fdf6HAU_z8Km6gMOC2t5XGFjM/view?usp=sharing
You can also access all of the maps and answer sheets (this link is in the explanation sheet) here
Please encourage your pupils to take part in these activities and send in their photos and videos. I shall pick 5 pupils, that have entered, at random to receive an Amazon Voucher.
Half-term photo competition, we are asking pupils to send in photos of their favourite green space within Rossendale along with a caption. There will be winners picked from EYFS, KS1, KS2 and KS3 for this competition. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1XM5VbG5kB3F2exuy9wQEwbrv9_f1L3vm/view?usp=sharing
Week 5 Walk, this could be a good opportunity for pupils to have a go at the photo competition. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1K_K0WLQO9qyzD-sXvyMaV48UPZGDLVcQ/view?usp=sharing
These materials are released from Rossendale Schools Sport Partnership.
Week 4 challenge- based on three football skills. Thank you to Ian Harrison and the young people that put the videos together. Any videos or photos we receive will have the chance to win a prize https://drive.google.com/file/d/1wxDdZqcqCw0kj4LAmnz_-upxoZgeQ9Yo/view?usp=sharing
New Netball Challenge https://drive.google.com/file/d/1EpbHf0Zf32qwI0S0MTVdQ3PGz4yeHEC2/view?usp=sharing
Ruby and Netball Challenge
21 minute challenge
Rossendale School Sports Partnership have put together a number of resources to help our children and families stay active during this lockdown. To support this, they have launched the 21 minute challenge. The aim is to take part in at least 21 minutes of continuous exercise every day, whether it is going out for a walk, taking part in a home learning task from school, playing out with siblings or completing a Joe Wicks workout. We are encouraging our school and home learners (and their families) to take part and log their daily activities.
Lancashire School Stay at Home Programme
Lots of different activities for staying active at home. These will be uploaded weekly.
Year 1 & 2 Brochure:
This week’s learn and skill challenge will focus on Skipping and the challenge is ‘Scorpion Skip’.
Year 3 – 6 Brochure:
Moving in EYFS…
Rossendale Sports Early Years Resource Page – We have just released an Early Years (0-5) resource page with some skill videos, so children at this young age can still develop their skills.