The National Governing Bodies for many sports, and other sports organisations have come up with programmes to help children get the skills they need for specific sports in a home environment. Ideal if your child is missing their usual sport or for getting them interested and prepared to take up a new activity in the future.
England Athletics have launched an Athletics based Home Pack to help keep children active and support learning in a home environment.
LTA Tennis at Home is full of fun activities to enjoy as a family.
England Netball’s Bee at Home Challenges encourage Under 11’s and their families to stay active at home. See the Facebook playlist here
The Let’s Ride Local website from British cycling in partnership with HSBC is full of advice on riding as a family, including finding routes in your local area and teaching your kids how to get started riding a bicycle.
Chance to Shine have a range of at home cricket activities that need very little equipment. Visit the page
Premier League Primary Stars Fun Curriculum linked resources.
Table Tennis’s England TT Kidz has launched 9 videos featuring activities that can be done at home with or without a table tennis table. Find them here.
artsNK Dance have announced their Summer Dance Programme offering online opportunities for children and young people aged 10-19 years.
Swim England have produced a range of activity sheets for home schooling covering topics such as water safety. Find them here.