Physical Activity

We recognise the importance of physical activity at St Joseph's, You can still be active at home if you are self -isolating. Grab those trainers and join in with us!

Don't forget it is NATIONALSCHOOL SPORTS WEEK this week. Challenges are set daily at 9:30am and 1:00pm. Keep an eye on the school Facebook and Twitter pages to see what the challenges are. More activities like them can be found by using the following link: https://www.youthsporttrust.org/national-school-sport-week-resources-2020  .Tag school and Vale Royal School Sports Partnership in your photos on Facebook and you may receive a certificate or prize. Have fun!

Keep your spirits up. Be as creative as you can and join in with the 'keepy uppy' challenge. Watch Mrs Timm in action on the video link below. Can you beat her? #KeepYourSpiritsUp 

School Games Challenge

Wednesday Workout 18.3.20

Wednesday Workout 1.4.20

Wednesday Workout 8.4.20

Wednesday Workout 15.4.20

Wednesday Workout 22.4.20

Wednesday Workout 29.4.20

Wednesday Workout 6.5.20

Wednesday Workout 14.5.20

Wednesday Workout 10.6.2020

Wednesday Workout 17.06.2020

The School Sports Partnership website (https://valeroyalschoolsport.org) now includes two new pages which feature on the top navigation detailing activities which can be completed at home

  •  Multi Skills Challenge resources https://valeroyalschoolsport.org/vale-royal-multi-skills-challenge/ - the video, resource cards and certificate are now available for anyone to view - They weren't created for home settings but can easily be tweaked and a contact form has been added at the bottom of the webpage so that you can request advice on adapting for home use or to meet your child's individual needs.
  • A 'Home Learning' page  https://valeroyalschoolsport.org/home-learning/ detailing advice and links to resources. There is a link to a google sheet on the page (also directly linked here) which includes links to lesson plans, worksheets, online routines and activity idea
  • 5-a-day Fitness which school subscribes to would like children and their families have the opportunity to continue learning, and stay as active as possible.

    5-a-day Fitness is a collection of online 5-minute follow-along fun fitness routines with an array of different themes, from Pirates to Superheros, and Pop to Jive. Resources can easily be used at any time, in most spaces, and without any physical equipment.

    There’s no preparation required, simply log in, select a video routine, join in, have fun, get fit and learn at home!

    The log in details below are only to be used by St Joseph's pupils and cannot be shared.    

    USERNAME: AJCHA

    PASSWORD: CW7josephs

    Please visit www.5-a-day.tv to log in using these details.

 

Premier League Primary stars have daily challenges to keep children active. They also have fun maths and literacy reources.

https://plprimarystars.com/news/friday-family-challenge?utm_campaign=1915430_HL%20Sunday%20email%2007.06.20&utm_medium=email&utm_source=edcoms&dm_i=3VTU,151YE,5

Our children were due to take part in the Sustrans Big Pedal event. Sustrans has launched a new initiative which provides fun ideas and inspiration for parents to bring education, health and wellbeing activities into their home. You can access it via https://sustrans-info.org.uk/6EB-6V30N-V9WP9S-41W1ZL-1/c.aspx

A new Boccia competition has been launched. Follow the link https://www.bocciaengland.org.uk/the-rainbow-cup-2020 and then click Play Boccia and then Competitions to find out more about the Rainbow cup.

ASM Sports are running a programme 'Bringing PE to your Front Door.' It has videos detailing activities to keep children active. You can access it via 

You Tube
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCw3adMR45pFcwVUrii4WGKw

> Twitter
https://twitter.com/ASMSportsuk

> Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/asmsportsuk/

Sale Sharks have activities for children 

https://we.tl/t-zAec0iHTXD

https://premiershiprugby.emlnk1.com/lt.php?notrack=1&s=7e444f4eb6e02840f7c55365ad0dd863&i=3839A3857A2A32589

https://literacytrust.org.uk/family-zone

 

  •  

 

 

  • KS2 children have benefiited from a Cricket Coach coming into school this year. Your children can be kept active by practising some of the skills they have been taught. Have a look on twitter  @CheshireCB or @Chance2Shine  for some of the the activities.
  • As part of the Cricket for Girls initiative  former England Cricketer, Lydia Greenway, will be setting weekly cricket challenges to keep children occupied and active. Follow @cricketforgirls on twitter to keep up to date with the latest challenges and see how much your child can develop and test their skills! 

 

EYFS Diddy Dance

Brio Bear Workout

Files to Download