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Session 7: Confident Cricketer

This week’s session will be on Wednesday 3 March at 2-2.45PM and is called Confident Cricketer. It will put all the skills learnt over the last 6 sessions to the test in a competitive environment. We will also have some top tips from 3 stars of the game to help pupils to improve throughout the session.

The activities can be completed indoors and to take part this week you will need:

  • A ball or a rolled up pair of socks

  • Something to strike with: a bat, a frying pan or a hardback book

  • A target: a set of stumps or a rubbish bin

  • A wall to rebound against

You can download a scoresheet for pupils to track their scores on by clicking here.

The session will be streamed on our YouTube channel: https://youtu.be/FcL1hj_BlBE.

 

Hello 

Enjoy this weeks challenges and really looking forward to see you all next week! Keep up with your exercise!

Mrs Salisbury

                Ideas for active games/challenges for this week 2 Term 4.

Foundation

Can you complete these challenges?

 Exercise for fun!

Go for a run/bike ride. How far can you go before you need to stop?

Yoga

Join in with a bit of cosmic yoga

Harry Potter and The Philosopher's Stone | A Cosmic Kids Yoga Adventure! - YouTube

Ball games

Play with a ball, think about controlling it, kick it throw it roll it. What else can you do with your ball?

Year 1

Can you complete these challenges?

Hunt the Hat challenge

 Hide ten of the same objects, hats, teddies or rolled up socks in the room. Each time you find an object you must take it back to the start before searching for another object.

Achieve Gold Find all 10 hats Achieve Silver Find 7 hats Achieve Bronze Find 4 hats in 60 secs.

Yoga

Join in with a little bit of cosmic yoga

Minecraft | A Cosmic Kids Yoga Adventure! - YouTube

Balancing relay

You will need 2 markers, 1 to make a starting point, 1 10 metres away. Have you got a beanbag/object/toy that you can balance on your head? See how many shuttle runs you can do in 60 secs. There and back = 2points. Don’t drop your object! Can you balance it on different parts of your body?

Year 2

Can you complete these challenges?

 Hunt the Hat challenge

 Hide ten of the same objects, hats, teddies or rolled up socks in the room. Each time you find an object you must take it back to the start before searching for another object.

Achieve Gold Find all 10 hats Achieve Silver Find 7 hats Achieve Bronze Find 4 hats in 60 secs.

Step in Step out

How many times can you step in and step out of a circle in 60 seconds?

You must step in and out of the circle, one foot at a time. Both feet must step into the circle and then out again. No jumping!

Archive Gold 30 Silver 25 Bronze 20

Ball games

Play with a ball, think about controlling it, kick it throw it roll it. What else can you do with your ball? Can you create a throwing and catching game?

Year 3

Can you complete these challenges?

Hopscotch challenge

How many times can you complete the hopscotch grid and run back to the start in 60 seconds?  Each time you complete a hopscotch grid, run back to the start and you will score a point.

Archive Gold 15 Silver 10 Bronze 5 completed circuits

Tic-tac-toe

Watch this clip and then play – it’s great fun!

TIC TAC TOE - Best Game Ever - YouTube

Balancing relay

You will need 2 markers, 1 to make a starting point, 1 10 metres away. Have you got a beanbag/object/toy that you can balance on your head? See how many shuttle runs you can do in 60 secs. There and back = 2points. Don’t drop your object! Can you balance it on different parts of your body?

Year 4

Can you complete these challenges?

Wall Challenge

Stand 2 metres away from a wall using a tennis racket how many times can you hit the ball against the wall? Let the ball bounce once before returning it.

How many times can you return the ball in 60secs?

Two footed co-ordination jump challenge

Using two footed jumps, jump in each numbered square of the grid. 1 to 2 to 3 to 4 = 1 point. How many points can you gain in 60 secs?

Achieve Gold 15 Silver 10 Bronze 5

2 4
1 3

Hopscotch challenge

How many times can you complete the hopscotch grid and run back to the start in 60 seconds?  Each time you complete a hopscotch grid, run back to the start and you will score a point.

Archive Gold 20 Silver 15 Bronze 10 completed circuits

Year 5

Can you complete these challenges?

Hopscotch challenge

How many times can you complete the hopscotch grid and run back to the start in 60 seconds?  Each time you complete a hopscotch grid, run back to the start and you will score a point.

Archive Gold 20 Silver 15 Bronze 10 completed circuits

Zig-Zag Challenge

How many zig-zag circuits can you complete in 60 seconds?

Choose a place to start and layout five objects in a zig-zag shape. On the command, ‘go’ run and touch the five objects and then run back to the start. Each time you return to the start you score a point.

Archive Gold 15 Silver 10 Bronze 5 completed circuits

Step in Step out

How many times can you step in and step out of a circle in 60 seconds?

You must step in and out of the circle, one foot at a time. Both feet must step into the circle and then out again. No jumping!

Archive Gold 55 Silver 45 Bronze 30

Year 6

Can you complete these challenges?

Tic-tac-toe

Watch this clip and then play – it’s great fun!

TIC TAC TOE - Best Game Ever - YouTube

Figure of 8

How many times can you pass a ball through both of your legs in 60 seconds? If you drop the ball, pick it up quickly and carry on counting your score from where you left off.

Achieve Gold 40 times through your legs Achieve Silver Achieve Bronze 30 times through your legs 20 times through your legs

Fast Feet

How many times can you dribble a ball around a marker and back in 60 seconds? Put down starting marker and then a second marker 10 metres away. Each time you dribble the ball around the marker and back you score one point

Achieve Gold 22 completed runs Achieve Silver 16 completed runs Achieve Bronze 10 completed runs

 

Chance to Shine LIVE!
Session 6: Skilful Scorer

 

We hope you had a relaxing half-term break. We took a week off to recharge too but we’ll be back this Wednesday with the latest Chance to Shine LIVE!

This week’s session will be on Wednesday 24 February at 2-2.45PM and is called Skilful Scorer. It will support pupils to develop ball-striking techniques to support power and accuracy.

The activities can be completed indoors and to take part this week you will need:

  • A ball or a rolled up pair of socks

  • Something to strike with: a bat, a frying pan or a hardback book

  • 4 items to use as markers (cups, tubs, toilet rolls)

  • A target: a set of stumps or a rubbish bin

There will also be the opportunity to work with a partner but can be completed solo using a wall instead.

The session will be streamed on our YouTube channel: https://youtu.be/8xPnsQfvj7g.

Hello and welcome to the games challenges for term 4! I hope that you are all out enjoying the warmer weather and getting some exercise in!

See you all soon

Mrs Salisbury

                                            Ideas for active games/challenges for this week 1 Term 4.

Foundation

Can you complete these challenges?

Follow-the leader

Take it in turns with an adult/brother/sister to be the leader. Can you think of different ways to move? Running, hoping, jumping, skipping. What other ways can you move? Can you use wide movements, tall movements?

Play with a ball – can you control it? Try rolling, kicking or throwing.

Balancing relay

You will need 2 markers, 1 to make a starting point, 1 10 metres away. Have you got a beanbag/object/toy that you can balance on your head? See how many shuttle runs you can do in 60 secs. There and back = 2points. Don’t drop your object! Can you balance it on different parts of your body?

Year 1

Can you complete these challenges?

Play with a ball – can you control it? Try rolling, kicking or throwing.

Playground games

Play What’s the time Mr Wolf? The Hockey Cokey, Stuck in the mud. Round up all your family members and get them to join in and play with you!

Yoga

Join in with a little bit of cosmic yoga

Jack And The Beanstalk 🌱 | A Cosmic Kids Yoga Adventure (App Preview) - YouTube

Year 2

Can you complete these challenges?

Yoga

Join in with a little bit of cosmic yoga

Minecraft | A Cosmic Kids Yoga Adventure! - YouTube

Exercise for fun!

Go for a run/bike ride. How far can you go before you need to stop? What has happened to your heart rate?

Throwing and catching

Set your own throwing and catching challenges with your family. Remember keep your eyes your partner when sending the ball and your eyes on the ball when receiving the ball.

Year 3

Can you complete these challenges?

Yoga

Join in with a bit of cosmic yoga

Harry Potter and The Philosopher's Stone | A Cosmic Kids Yoga Adventure! - YouTube

Throwing and catching

Set your own throwing and catching challenges with your family. Remember keep your eyes on your partner when sending the ball and your eyes on the ball when receiving the ball

Exercise for fun!

Go for a run/bike ride. How far can you go before you need to stop? What has happened to your heart rate?

Year 4

Can you complete these challenges?

Tic-tac-toe

Watch this clip and then play – it’s great fun!

TIC TAC TOE - Best Game Ever - YouTube

Throwing and catching

Get some throwing and catching practise in! Set you own challenges include members of your family, create your own scoring system.

Run for fun!

Go for a run with an adult. How far can you go? Remember don’t start to fast! Have fun and enjoy being out in the warmer weather!

Year 5

Can you complete these challenges?

Tic-tac-toe

Watch this clip and then play – it’s great fun!

TIC TAC TOE - Best Game Ever - YouTube

Throwing and catching

Get some throwing and catching practise in! Set you own challenges include members of your family, create your own scoring system.

Run for fun!

Go for a run with an adult. How far can you go? Remember don’t start to fast! Have fun and enjoy being out the warmer weather!

Year 6

Can you complete these challenges?

Run for fun!

Go for a run with an adult. How far can you go? Remember don’t start to fast! Have fun and enjoy being out the warmer weather!

Throwing and catching

Get some throwing and catching practise in! Set you own challenges include members of your family, create your own scoring system.

Fitness routine

Create your own fitness routine, think about which exercises are working which part of your part. Can you think of at least 6 different exercises to complete your fitness routine?

This weeks Chance to Shine details

Chance to Shine LIVE!
Session 5: Ferocious Fielder

With England v India being shown on Channel 4, there’s never been a better time to get young people inspired by cricket! We hope that you and your pupils can join us to get active and build those cricketing skills.

This week’s session will be on Wednesday 10 February at 2-2.45PM and is called Ferocious Fielder. It will support pupils to develop overarm throwing techniques to support power and accuracy.

The activities can be completed indoors and to take part you will need:

  • A ball or a rolled up pair of socks

  • 5 pieces of paper (a pen and some blu tack)

  • A wall to rebound against

  • 4 items to use as targets (cups, tubs, toilet rolls)

The session will be streamed on our YouTube channel: https://youtu.be/uZJ609at838.

Hi Hope you are having fun playing in the snow!smiley

This we is our virtual intra-sport competition. So enjoy completing the challenges, however this week when you have finished please can you email your results using your class email address. Don't forget to add which house you are in - I don't want to add your score to the wrong house! Remember, try your best and score as many points as you can for your house. Enjoy!

Foundation- here are your fun activities for you to complete this week. Enjoy!

Year 1/2, 3/4, 5/6 this week is your virtual intra-sport competition. 

Mrs Salisbury

 

Foundation

Can you complete these challenges?

Jumping Dice

Play with a partner, take turns to roll a dice.  Look at the number you have rolled and then complete the correct jumping exercises:

 Roll a 1 = Perform 10 star jumps

Roll a 2 = Perform 10 pencil jumps

Roll a 3 = Perform 10 hops

Roll a 4 = Perform 10 leaps around the room

Roll a 5 = Perform 10 jumps with a ½ turn

Roll a 6 = Perform 10 bounce jumps 

Happy Feet 

 Place a ball between your feet and squeeze it with your toes so that it doesn’t move. Keeping the ball between your feet, keep your knees together, move one foot forward then the other so you look like a penguin carrying an egg. Set up a little course for you to ‘waddle’ around

Balloon Blow

Set up a start and finish point, can you blow a balloon all the way to the finish point? There and back = 2 runs. How many can you do in 60 secs?

Year 1/2

Can you complete these challenges?

Throw and Catch

How many times can you throw and catch a ball to yourself? How many can you do in 60 secs? 3 attempts record best score

Skipping shuttle runs

Put down a starting point and add another object 10 metres away to create a shuttle run.

How many skipping shuttle runs can you complete in 60 secs? There and back =2 points.3 attempts record best score

Star Jumps

How many star jumps can you complete in 60 secs? Remember lift those arms right up and clap above your head. 3 attempts record your best score

Year 3/4

Can you complete these challenges?

Step Ups

How many times can you step up and down a step in 60 seconds? You must step up and down with one foot at a time. No jumping! 3 attempts record best score

Figure of 8 Challenge

How many times can you pass a ball through both of your legs in 60 seconds? If you drop the ball you need to pick it up quickly and carry on. 3 attempts record best score

Alternate hand throw and catch challenge

Stand 1.5 metres from a wall, throw a tennis size ball with your right hand and catch with your left, throw with left hand catch with your right and so on. How many can you achieve in 60 secs? 3 attempts record best score

Year 5/6

Can you complete these challenges?

Running

Go for a run- take your parents! How long can you run for without stopping? What distance did you cover?

Play Around the World

How many times can you pass the ball around your waist in 60 seconds? If you drop the ball you need to pick it up quickly and carry on.

Achieve Gold 40 Times around your waist. Achieve Silver 30 Times around your waist. Achieve Bronze 20 Times around your waist

Air Balloon

Can you keep the balloon up in the air for 60 seconds? If the balloon touches the floor you lose a life. The more lives you lose the lower your score

Achieve Gold Lose 0 lives Achieve Silver Lose 1 life Achieve Bronze Lose 2 lives

 

Chance to Shine Live lesson for this week

This week’s session will be on Wednesday 3 February at 2-2.45PM. It will be a Brilliant Bowler session and will support pupils to improve throwing skills linked to bowling, improving accuracy.

The activities can be completed indoors and to take part you will need:

  • 9 items to use as targets, something that won't break like plastic cups or empty tubs, drink coasters

  • A ball or a rolled up pair of socks

  • A target. A set of stumps or a rubbish bin

Ideally, those taking part will have a space of around 3 metres to bowl across.

The session will be streamed on our YouTube channel: https://youtu.be/LXaOhzKQrmg.

Hi

Here are this weeks games challenges. Year 3 it is your turn for intra-sport this week, so please email your results in to count towards your house total and the trophy at the end of the year!

Mrs Salisbury

 Ideas for active games/challenges for this week 5 Term 3.

Foundation

Can you complete these challenges?

Wacky races

Mark out a start and finish line. Think of different ways you could move from the start to finish.  Can you move on your hands and feet? Can you move backwards? What was the quickest way of moving and what was the slowest way of moving?  Can you race against a partner using the different ways of moving?

Inside Out

Lay out items of clothing on the floor making sure that some items of clothing are turned inside out. Player one is going to try and turn all the items of clothing inside out, player two is going to try and turn all the items of clothing the right way round.  Play for 2 minutes. At the end of the game the player who has the most pieces of clothing ‘their way’ is the winner!

Keep on Moving!

Place three pairs of socks, 3 cushions and 3 toys in different places on the floor around your living space. Move around anyway you like, when you reach a pair of socks jump 10 times. When you reach a cushion hop 10 times. When you reach a toy jog on the spot and count up to ten.  Can you keep going  for five minutes before needing a rest?

Year 1

Can you complete these challenges?

Can you climb a tree? Can you go for a bike/scooter ride? Can you play Hide and Seek? Can you make an obstacle course? Go for a family walk. Can you go for run- make your go parents too!

Year 2

Can you complete these challenges?

Happy Feet

Place a ball between your feet and squeeze it with your toes so that it doesn’t move. Keeping the ball between your feet, keep your knees together, move one foot forward then the other so you look like a penguin carrying an egg. Set up a little course for you to ‘waddle’ around

Jumping Dice

Play with a partner, take turns to roll a dice.  Look at the number you have rolled and then complete the correct jumping exercises:

Roll a 1 = Perform 20 star jumps

Roll a 2 = Perform 20 tuck jumps

Roll a 3 = Perform 20 pencil jumps

Roll a 4 = Perform 20 jumps with a ½ turn

Roll a 5 = Perform 20 jumps with a full turn

Roll a 6 = Perform 20 squat jumps

The first player to complete all of the activities listed above is the winner.

Bounce and catch

How many times can you bounce a ball and catch it in 60 seconds? The ball must bounce once. If you drop the ball, carry on counting your score from where you left off.

Achieve Gold 40 bounce and catch Achieve Silver 30 bounce and catch Achieve Bronze 20 bounce and catch

Year 3

 

Can you complete these games/challenges?

Healthy Heart

Layout 5 markers in a space around your area. These are your 5 cardio circuit activities.

Station 1: Perform 10 star jumps.

Station 2: Perform 10 mountain climbers.

Station 3: Skip or jump for 10 seconds.

Station 4: Perform 10 burpees.

Station 5: Jog on the spot for 10 seconds.

How many times can you repeat the circuit in 2mins? 1 point for each completed circuit

Tap up Tennis

How many times can you tap up a tennis ball on a racket in 60 seconds? If the ball touches the floor, time continues but your score freezes until you start tapping again!

Throwing and catching challenge

How many times can you throw and catch a ball against a wall in 60 secs?

Year 4

Can you complete these challenges?

Balloon Blow

Set up a start and finish point, can you blow a balloon all the way to the finish point? There and back = 2 runs. How many can you do in 60 secs?

Penguin Waddle- This one is just for you to have a really good laugh and enjoy!

Mark out a track 5 meters long. Stand at the starting marker, place a balloon between your knees and waddle like a Penguin around the other marker without dropping the balloon. Top Tip- use your arms to help you balance when you waddle.

How many can you achieve in 60 secs? There and back = 2

Achieve Gold 20 waddles Achieve Silver 15 waddles Achieve Bronze 10 waddles

Bowling

Set up 6 targets at one end of the space; lay these out in a triangle shape. Using a ball, each player takes it in turns to roll the ball towards the targets. Count how many targets you knocked over then reset for the next turn. Each player has 3 turns. Top Tip Rolling Underarm Step forwards with one foot, releasing the using your opposite hand.

How many targets can you knock over in 3 turns? 1 point for each target knocked over.

Year 5

 

Can you complete these challenges?

Penguin Waddle- This one is just for you to have a really good laugh and enjoy!

Mark out a track 5 meters long. Stand at the starting marker, place a balloon between your knees and waddle like a Penguin around the other marker without dropping the balloon. Top Tip- use your arms to help you balance when you waddle.

How many can you achieve in 60 secs? There and back = 2

Achieve Gold 20 waddles Achieve Silver 15 waddles Achieve Bronze 10 waddles

Shuttle runs

Set up 2 markers 10 metres apart. How many shuttle runs can you do in 60 secs? There and back = 1 point

Healthy Heart

Layout five markers in a space around your area. These are your five flexibility circuit activities.

Station 1: Perform ten extended tucks.

Station 2: Perform ten roll and release.

Station 3: Perform ten lunges.

Station 4: Perform ten arches, holding each one for five seconds.

Station 5: Perform ten extended leg raises.

How many times can you repeat the circuit in 2 mins?

Year 6

Can you complete these challenges?

Two footed co-ordination jump challenge

Using two footed jumps, jump in each numbered square of the grid. 1 to 2 to 3 to 4 = 1 point. How many points can you gain in 60 secs?

2 4
1 3

Achieve Gold 15 Silver 19 Bronze 5

Alternate hand throw and catch challenge

Stand 1.5 metres from a wall, throw a tennis size ball with your right hand and catch with your left, throw with left hand catch with your right and so on. How many can you achieve in 60 secs?

Achieve Gold 80 catches Silver 70 catches Bronze 50 catches

Running

Go for a run- take your parents! How long can you run for without stopping? What distance did you cover?

Chance to Shine sessions 

This week’s session will be on Wednesday 27 January at 2-2.45PM. It will be a Super Striker session, improving pupils' ball-striking skills.

The activities can be completed indoors and to take part you will need:

  • Something to hit with, like a bat, a frying pan or a hardback book

  • 4 items to use as targets, something that won't break like plastic cups or empty tubs

  • A ball or a rolled up pair of socks

  • A wall to rebound your ball against with safe space around it

This week’s session will also feature the opportunity to do some pairs work as well if there is another person to do so with (but this isn’t a requirement and the activities can all be completed solo).

The session will be streamed on our YouTube channel: https://youtu.be/btflr02RzmE.

Hello 

Below are this weeks challenges for you all to enjoy completing! Year 5 don't forget to email your results in to contribute towards your intra-sport results this term.

Mrs Salisbury

Ideas for active games/challenges for this week 4 Term 3.

 

Foundation

Can you climb a tree? Can you go for a bike/scooter ride? Can you play Hide and Seek? Can you make an obstacle course? Go for a family walk. Can you go for run- make your go parents too!

Year 1

Can you complete these challenges?

Bye- Ball Hi- Ball

Play Bye- Ball Hi-Ball Remember to send the ball under control, how do you do that? Remember to receive the ball run past the ball and say Hi –Ball. Can you throw and catch with a partner? Have a try!

Bounce and catch

How many times can you bounce a ball and catch it in 60 seconds? The ball must bounce once. If you drop the ball, carry on counting your score from where you left off.

Achieve Gold 20 bounce and catch Achieve Silver 15 bounce and catch Achieve Bronze 10 bounce and catch

Happy Feet

Place a ball between your feet and squeeze it with your toes so that it doesn’t move. Keeping the ball between your feet, keep your knees together, move one foot forward then the other so you look like a penguin carrying an egg. Set up a little course for you to ‘waddle’ around

Year 2

Can you complete these challenges?

Bowling

Set up 6 targets at one end of the space; lay these out in a triangle shape. Using a ball, each player takes it in turns to roll the ball towards the targets. Count how many targets you knocked over then reset for the next turn. Each player has 3 turns. Top Tip Rolling Underarm Step forwards with one foot, releasing the using your opposite hand.

How many targets can you knock over in 3 turns? 1 point for each target knocked over.

Balloon Blow

Set up a start and finish point, can you blow a balloon all the way to the finish point? There and back = 2 runs. How many can you do in 60 secs?

Throwing and Catching

Practice your sending and receiving skills with a partner. Remember- eyes on you partner when you send the ball, eyes on the ball when you receive the ball. Opposite foot forward when you send the ball.

How many catches, without dropping the ball, can you do in 60 secs?

Year 3

Can you complete these games/challenges?

Penguin Waddle

Mark out a track 3 meters long. Stand at the starting marker, place a balloon between your knees and waddle like a Penguin around the other marker without dropping the balloon. Top Tip- use your arms to help you balance when you waddle.

How many can you achieve in 60 secs?

Socks in a Box

How many socks can you pair up and put in the box in 60 seconds? Place unpaired socks 8 steps away from a box. Children run in, match up a pair of socks and place them in the box. Throw in unpaired socks as red hearings

Achieve Gold 12 pairs of socks Achieve Silver 10 pairs of socks Achieve Bronze 8 pairs of socks

Shuttle runs

Set up 2 markers 10 metres apart. How many shuttle runs can you do in 60 secs? There and back = 1 point

Year 4

Can you complete these challenges?

Bunny Jumps

How many bunny jumps over a bench or stool can you complete in 60 seconds? Place two hands on the bench or stool and jump side to side making sure both feet go over the bench. To make it easier step over.

Achieve Gold 60 Bunny Jumps Achieve Silver 40 Bunny Jumps Achieve Bronze 30 Bunny Jumps

Balloon Volleyball

Make a “net” by tying a piece of string between 2 chairs, then hit the balloon back and forth by running from one side to the other, trying to keep it off the floor.

If you have a partner hit the balloon over the net as many times as you can without it touching the ground.

How many successful hits can you make in 60 secs?

Individual – Achieve Gold 30 Silver 20 Bronze 10. With a partner Achieve Gold 60 Silver 40 Bronze 20

Throwing and catching challenge

How many times can you throw and catch a ball against a wall in 60 secs?

Achieve Gold 60 catches Achieve Silver 40 catches Achieve Bronze 30 catches.

Year 5

 

Can you complete these challenges?

Alternate hand throw and catch challenge

Stand 1.5 metres from a wall, throw a tennis size ball with your right hand and catch with your left, throw with left hand catch with your right and so on. How many can you achieve in 60 secs?

Achieve Gold 80 catches Silver 70 catches Bronze 50 catches

Two footed co-ordination jump challenge

Using two footed jumps, jump in each numbered square of the grid. 1 to 2 to 3 to 4 = 1 point. How many points can you gain in 60 secs?

Achieve Gold 15 Silver 19 Bronze 5
Tap up Tennis

How many times can you tap up a tennis ball on a racket in 60 seconds? If the ball touches the floor, time continues but your score freezes until you start tapping again!

Achieve Gold 60 Tap Ups Achieve Silver 45 Tap Ups Achieve Bronze 30 Tap Ups

Year 6

Can you complete these challenges?

Penguin Waddle- This one is just for you to have a really good laugh and enjoy!

Mark out a track 5 meters long. Stand at the starting marker, place a balloon between your knees and waddle like a Penguin around the other marker without dropping the balloon. Top Tip- use your arms to help you balance when you waddle.

How many can you achieve in 60 secs? There and back = 2

Achieve Gold 20 waddles Achieve Silver 15 waddles Achieve Bronze 10 waddles

Throwing and Catching

Throw and catch the ball with 1 complete turn 36o* How many can you complete in 60 secs? Challenge yourself!

Achieve Gold 60 Achieve Silver 50 Achieve Bronze 40

Throwing and Catching – You need to be working on your reaction time

You will need a partner for this – stand with your back to your partner 2 metres apart, on a signal from partner you need to turn and catch the ball, return to partner, turn round. How many clean catches can you make in 60 secs.

Achieve Gold 50 catches Achieve Silver 40 catches Achieve Bronze 20 clean catches

Air Balloon

Can you keep the balloon up in the air for 60 seconds? If the balloon touches the floor you lose a life. The more lives you lose the lower your score.

Achieve Gold Lose 0 lives Achieve Silver Lose 1 life Achieve Bronze Lose 2 lives

 

Here is an activity that you might wish to join in with. This weeks session is on Wednesday 20th January starting at 2pm til 2.45pm. You may also like to do session 1 too, the link is at the bottom of this page.

I will add the weekly link so that you are able to access the weekly sessions. 

Enjoy!

Chance to Shine LIVE!
Session 2: Cool Catcher

 

 This week’s session will be on Wednesday 20 January at 2-2.45PM. It will be a Cool Catcher session, improving pupils' throwing and catching skills and helping them to track an object in flight.

The activities can be completed indoors and to take part you will need:

  • A ball or a rolled up pair of socks

  • A wall to rebound the ball off, with enough space around (2 metres) to complete the activity safely

This week’s session will also feature the opportunity to do some pairs work as well if there is another person to do so with (but this isn’t a requirement and the activities can all be completed solo).

The session will be streamed via YouTube and be accessible by going to chancetoshine.org/live or on our YouTube channel at this link: https://youtu.be/uYyvkI0tpnk

You can catch up below on last weeks live session.

If pupils aren’t able to join in live, the session will be available to watch back in the same place.

 

Catch up with our first session

 

Watch our first session where coaches Ian, Jo and Rehaan take pupils through a Cricket Taster session, giving children the opportunity to have a go at catching, batting and bowling.

As ever, we would value any advice or feedback before or after the session. Please reply to this email to let us know your thoughts.

Hello everyone!

Below are the PE/Games challenges for week 3. I hope you are enjoying these weekly challenges, I have received some lovely photos from some of you in action! Please send me your photos/videos of you completing the challenges if you would like to.

Have fun doing these and remember to keep as active as you can!

Mrs Salisbury

Hello everyone!

Below are the PE/Games challenges for week 3. I hope you are enjoying these weekly challenges, I have received some lovely photos from some of you in action! Please send me your photos/videos of you completing the challenges if you would like to.

Have fun doing these and remember to keep as active as you can!

Mrs Salisbury

Foundation

Penguin Waddle

Mark out a track 3 meters long. Stand at the starting marker, place a balloon between your knees and waddle like a Penguin around the other marker without dropping the balloon. Top Tip- use your arms to help you balance when you waddle.

How many can you achieve in 60 secs?

Shuttle runs

Set up 2 markers 10 metres apart. How many shuttle runs can you do in 60 secs? There and back = 1 point

Bean bag Target Aim

Put down a starting marker, place a hoop/box 2 metres away. How many times can you throw a beanbag/object into the target in 60 seconds?

Score 1 point for each object that goes inside the target.

Year 1/2

Can you complete these challenges?

Balloon Blow

Set up a start and finish point, can you blow a balloon all the way to the finish point? There and back = 2 runs. How many can you do in 60 secs?

Bowling

Set up 6 targets at one end of the space; lay these out in a triangle shape. Using a ball, each player takes it in turns to roll the ball towards the targets. Count how many targets you knocked over then reset for the next turn. Each player has 3 turns. Top Tip Rolling Underarm Step forwards with one foot, releasing the using your opposite hand.

How many targets can you knock over in 3 turns? 1 point for each target knocked over.

Throwing and Catching

Practice your sending and receiving skills with a partner. Remember- eyes on you partner when you send the ball, eyes on the ball when you receive the ball. Opposite foot forward when you send the ball.

How many catches, without dropping the ball, can you do in 60 secs?

Year 3

Can you complete these games/challenges?

Bowling

Set up 10 targets at one end of the space; lay these out in a triangle shape. Using a ball, each player takes it in turns to roll the ball towards the targets. Count how many targets you knocked over then reset for the next turn. Each player has 5 turns. The winner is the player with the most points at the end.

Top Tip Rolling Underarm Step forwards with one foot, releasing the using your opposite hand.

Blast off

Play with a partner; sibling, parent or carer. Stand 3 – 5 steps apart. Players make 10 catches and then swap sides, players make 9 catches then swap sides, players make 8 catches and swap sides continuing this process until they reach 0. • Can you reach 0 without dropping the ball?  If competing against another pair the first pair to reach 0 are the winners.

Standing Long Jump

Place a starting marker on the floor. Stand beside the starting marker on two feet, how far can you jump landing balanced on 2 feet? Challenge a partner to see who can jump the furthest. Device your own scoring system depending on how far apart you have your markers.

If you have space, place down a marker at 8.31m, the distance Greg Rutherford jumped to win a gold medal in 2012. How many jumps does it take to jump that distance?

Year 4

Can you complete these challenges?

Golf Rolling

Place 5 targets in different places on the floor (garden or in a room). Place a starting marker down. The aim of the game is for you to roll a ball, making it rest against one of the targets in the least amount of rolls possible. The winner is the player who rests their ball against a target with the fewest rolls. Repeat with all of the different target.

The first player to complete all of the activities listed above is the winner.

Noughts and Crosses

Mark out a noughts and crosses grid, using chalk, paper or hoops. Each player needs 5 items; socks, jumper. Make sure each player has a different set of items. On the command go, players race and put one item at a time inside one of the free spaces in the noughts and crosses grid. The first player to get 3 in a row are the winners.

Think Tactically If you cannot win a game, how can you prevent your opponent from winning?

Air Balloon

Can you keep the balloon up in the air for 60 seconds? If the balloon touches the floor you lose a life. The more lives you lose the lower your score.

Achieve Gold Lose 0 lives Achieve Silver Lose 1 life Achieve Bronze Lose 2 lives

Year 5

Can you complete these challenges?

Balloon Volleyball

Make a “net” by tying a piece of string between 2 chairs, then hit the balloon back and forth by running from one side to the other, trying to keep it off the floor.

 If you have a partner hit the balloon over the net as many times as you can without it touching the ground.

How many successful hits can you make in 60 secs?

Individual – Achieve Gold 30 Silver 20 Bronze 10. With a partner Achieve Gold 80 Silver 60 Bronze 40

Ping Pong Ball Catch 

Use plastic cups and a few ping pong balls (or any small object that will fit in the cup) and throw the ball to your partner catching it in the cup. Start out close together and then keep taking a step backwards to increase the challenge. For a single-player, they can simply throw the ball in the air and try and catch it. How many can you do in 60 secs?

With a partner- Achieve Gold 60 catches Silver 50 catches Bronze 40 catches. Individually – Achieve 50 Silver 40 Bronze 30

 

Healthy Heart

Layout 5 markers in a space around your area. These are your 5 cardio circuit activities.

 Station 1: Perform 10 star jumps.

 Station 2: Perform 10 mountain climbers.

 Station 3: Skip or jump for 10 seconds.

Station 4: Perform 10 burpees.

 Station 5: Jog on the spot for 10 seconds.

How many times can you repeat the circuit in 2mins?

Achieve Gold for 2.5/3 circuits Achieve Silver for 1.5/2 Achieve Bronze for 1 circuit

Year 6

Can you complete these challenges?

Boccia

This game can be played standing up or sitting down. Use a starting point, place a marker 10 steps away.  Each player needs 3 balls or pairs of socks. Players take turns to throw or roll their ball towards the marker. Once all players have thrown or rolled their ball, the ball that is closest to the marker is the winner.

Top Tip- Roll or Throw Underarm Step forwards with one foot, bending the knee, release the ball along the ground using your opposite hand.

Noughts and Crosses

Mark out a noughts and crosses grid, using chalk, paper or hoops. Each player needs 5 items; socks, beanbags. Make sure each player has a different set of items. Lay down 2 starting markers. On the command go, one player at a time races forward and puts one item at a time inside one of the free spaces in the noughts and crosses grid. Then tags the next player and so on. The 1st player to get 3 in a row are the winners.

Think Tactically If you cannot win a game, how can you prevent your opponent from winning?

Battleships

With a partner, each player places 5 targets (battleships) in front of them. Place an additional battleship known as the ‘ultimate battleship’ in the middle. Players take turns to throw an object towards their opponent’s battleships. Each time a battleship is hit, it is removed. If players hit the ultimate battleship they can add back one of their battleships that has been hit. The winner is the first player to hit all of their partner’s battleships.

Top Tip - Throwing Underarm Step forwards with one foot, releasing the ball from low to high using your opposite hand keep your eyes on the target

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