Access over 350 resources to help children and young people to boost their health and wellbeing following
Covid-19, by promoting being active before, during and after the school day.
Free online Physical Literacy programme for all schools in the UK.
Watch recordings from the 30-minute online club with videos made for all children and young people to do some sport, develop skills and have fun!
Resources that will help you as players, coaches, leaders or teachers to deliver the sport of dodgeball.
Resources to support delivery of rugby league & cross curricular lesson plans.
Resources appropriate for teachers and coaches wanting to deliver a variety of activities and games in their rounder’s sessions.
A bank of free resources for Primary and Secondary schools, so teachers can lead their own cricket sessions with confidence.
An activity checklist for children under 11. Includes guidance, a foreword from the Secretary of State and supporting resources.
Hockey delivery and resource cards aimed at primary aged children.
A fun ‘compete against yourself’ approach to physical activity with a focus on resilience and perseverance and the aim to achieve bronze, silver or gold medal targets.
Creative and entertaining content that helps staff to safely offer 30 active minutes in a COVID-secure environment.
Guide outlining games and ideas for those delivering non-contact rugby in primary school.
Fun activities for teachers and parents to keep children happy, healthy and focussed with everything from outdoor games to exercise videos to mental wellbeing activities.
A BBC iPlayer/CBeebies series with 10 episodes. Andy travels the world and learns to move like the animals he meets on his adventures.
Super Movers is helping children across the UK to get physically active with curriculum linked videos.
A social physical activity, with children running or jogging – at their own pace – in the fresh air with friends.
Games, videos and resources created by child development experts and designed to inspire children to channel their boundless energy–getting them up, moving and becoming more mindful.
Change 4 Life – 10 minute shake up
10-minute bursts of fun to get children moving and count towards the 60 active minutes they need every day!
These games require little to no equipment and are a good time for children of all ages.
Active kids do better – active classroom
Ready-to-go videos to help motivate and energise children so they can achieve more.
Try some breathing exercises, activities, games and videos to help let go of stress.
Ad free interactive adventures which build strength, balance and confidence – and get kids into yoga and mindfulness early.
BBC Teach – Wellbeing resources
Resources to promote the importance of mental health and wellbeing.
Mindfulness in schools project – sit together
Drop-in sessions intended to nourish, support and connect us with each other.
Young Minds – school resources
Resources and materials for teachers and school staff to build their skills and make mental health and wellbeing a core, rewarding part of their job.
Stormbreak – mental and physical health
Equipping children with sustainable skills and coping strategies to thrive throughout life.
MIND uses the power of sport and physical activity to raise awareness, tackle mental health stigmas, and support those of us with mental health problems to become more active.
Resources and information to help schools get started on their journey to the School Games.
School Games – Physical Activities directory
Comprehensive directory of activities and games to support intervention.
Sportshall Athletics – Competition resources
Comprehensive guide and structure to Sportshall athletics competitions.
Dynamos – School competition pack
First competitive Kwik cricket playing experience for children aged 8-11.
Provides detail on how to organise and deliver a Megafest, which continues to be the RFUs choice of playing format for primary years.
Living streets – Walk to school resources
A variety of walk to school resources for pupils, teachers, parents & carers.
Bikeability – tools for schools
Tools to help you promote & celebrate Bikeability & activities to support home-school engagement.
Balanceability – It’s fun to ride
Balanceability provides an afPE approved learn to cycle programme for children aged 2½ years upwards.
Sustrans – Big Pedal information
Information page on the benefits of active travel & information on The Big Pedal.
THINK! – Road Awareness resources
Lesson plans, documents, films & games designed to support pupil’s learning around road awareness & safety.
PE resources to support in-school and remote learning for children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) or those attending Alternative Provision schools.
Activity Alliance – Get Active
A range of resources that can help engage more disabled people.
Activity Alliance – FREE inclusive PE training
Free training workshops and resources for teachers, trainee teachers and school staff
Better Health – Better Families – accessible activities
Adaptations and resources to suit children with additional learning needs.
Designed to prepare athletes with severe or profound disabilities for sport-specific activities that are appropriate for
A phased programme of activities based on the competitions that would normally be delivered for SEN children.
Teach Active – resources and lesson plans
Active English and maths lessons for teachers and school staff. Written by teachers, for teachers.
Imoves – resources and lesson plans
Over 1800 lesson plans, videos and resources designed to encourage active learning.
Fun curriculum linked resources to get your class moving while they learn
Classrooms in motion™ – Active students, engaged learners
Activities that incorporate movement into the classroom, encouraging more physically active lessons.
Garden games with a sporting twist for all the family to try. This resource pack includes par for the course, skip to it 1 and 2, and trials and trails.
Classic board games with a sporting twist for all the family to try. This resource pack includes bingo, connect four, jigsaw and arrows, snake and ladders, and sportopoly.
UK Coaching – guide to staying active at home
Information designed to equip parents with the key skills and knowledge needed to enable them to help their children develop and sustain a positive relationship with physical activity.
Get started by using these family-friendly activities and begin moving together in your living room, garden or local park.
Special Olympics – Young Athletes at Home
Young Athletes offers families a collection of resources and activities for inclusive play at home.
National cyber security centre – resources for schools
Downloadable copies of cyber security information cards for schools.
National Online Safety provides multi-award winning online safety education for the whole school community.
Learn about how children and young people use existing technology, the risks involved and how to protect them from harmful content online in your context.
Providing mental health and emotional well-being services for Merseyside’s Children, Young People and Families.
Support to tackle bullying and discrimination.
Alder Hey CAMHS is part of the wider Liverpool CAMHS Partnership. Offering specialist services to support children and young people in Liverpool and Sefton, up to the age of 18.
A leading charity fighting for children and young people’s mental health.
Child and adolescent mental health services. Free service run by your local NHS and made up of medical and mental health professionals.
Provide advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem.
A leading national charity working with single-parent families. We provide expert advice, practical support and campaign for single mums and dads.
Supporting individuals and organisations requiring assistance with anxiety, stress and anxiety-based depression.
Calm Harm is a free app that helps you manage or the urge to self-harm.
Tools and services to support children, young people and families in distress.
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