Physical Fitness

Physical Fitness at Home

Keep calm and get fit!

When it's not easy to get out and about for some exercise you'll find a wealth of options available on the internet. Some activities are more suited to Reception/Key Stage One, others to Key Stage Two but the majority can be enjoyed by all ages. So let's get everybody up and moving ... even the adults! 



Tweedy the Clown's Challenges

Tweedy the clown, the comedy and slapstick legend and star, will set a challenge every Tuesday morning from 28 April 2020. You can access the videos for each challenge here. If you want to you can take a selfie, film or picture of you taking taking part in the challenge and share using the hashtag #tweedysglosschoolgames or by email to Also on Facebook. You might feature in the weekly round up! 




Suitable for all ages

Get active wth Mrs Neale and her Let's Get Loud video here

Daily PE lessons live at 9am Monday-Friday

PE lessons, warm ups

GoNoodle – a range of dances available for the children to imitate.

Just Dance – a range of dances suitable for all ages.

Kookookangaroo – a range of dances to dance – a – long to.

Daily dance routines live at 11.30am everyday with Oti Mabuse.

Glenn Higgins Fitness – a range of workouts completed by a variety of characters, for example: Spiderman.

BBC Super Movers – suitable for key stage 1 and 2, linked to other subjects, for example: Maths.

Jump Start Jonny – daily workouts live at 9am on YouTube (Monday-Friday). Also available on his website are free dances, workouts and challenges.

IMoves – Imovement – free to sign up to and resources sent to your inbox daily, more resources available online (once signed up).


More suited to Reception / Key Stage One

General PE activites

KS1 activities

Variety of physical activities

Indoor and outdoor physical activity

Sticky Kids – a range of songs for children to dance with (some have videos with actions, others are songs for the children to add their own actions to).

Andy’s Wild Workouts – short videos (6-7 minutes long) for the children to move/be animals.

The Ballet Coach – available on Facebook, a range of ballet dances/moves suitable for different ages (3-5 and 5-7) – posted daily.

Munchkin Sport Live – a daily updated range of workouts suitable for younger children.

Boogie Beebies – a range of short clips for children to try and imitate.


More suited to Key Stage Two

PE lesson ideas

How to set up circuit training (may need equipment)


Circuit training cards

The Pulse – a range of activities that are usually available at The Pulse (usually updated daily).

REFIT – a range of dances and cardio workouts.

FITT4KIDS PE – daily challenges.