Mr Spadaccini writes:
Hope you are all well and keeping fit and healthy.
Week 1 – Week beginning 1.6.20
Week 5 – Week beginning 18.5.20
Week 4 – Week beginning 11.5.20
Week 3 – Week beginning 4.5.20
Week 2 – Week beginning 27.4.20
Week 1 – Week beginning 20.4.20
This week’s task is to complete the gymnastics body management using the tips and instructions attached:
Remember to make sure to…
– hold your shapes for 5 seconds.
– perform your routine with fluidity.
– keep your movements as neat as possible.
– present before and after your routine. (boys-one arm/girls-two arms)
– perform your routine in a safe space.
– complete the task under parental supervision.
If you struggle with tumbles or balances you could replace these with alternative moves or get creative and come up with your own shapes.
I hope you all perform this to the best of your abilities and remember to send back a picture of your routine.
Other websites you might like to try:
The Camden Schools Sports Association (CCSA) has listed some of their favourite websites for PE activities here:
Jump Start Jonny is a fitness superstar on a mission to get kids fit! His whooptastic workouts are loved in schools and Miss Burns loves his ‘I like to move it move it’ dance routine! Find his dance videos and workouts here:
Ready Set Ride resources – The Youth Sport Trust have been commissioned by British Cycling and HSBC UK to design resources to help children to learn to ride. Using an activity pack, online video resources and app, parents, teachers and carers are supported to teach children the essential skills needed to ride a bike while having fun playing together. Click here for three free resources. Additional resources can be accessed by creating a free account.
Play Format videos– Our ‘Play Formats’ have been designed to encourage more active play and support children to engage informally in activity before accessing more formal sport specific variations. Click here for YouTube playlist
Personal Challenge videos– It is the mission of the School Games to provide ‘more young people with the opportunity to compete and achieve their Personal Best’. This includes competing against oneself and others to improve personal performances with a focus on the process rather than the outcome (on the learning and values development of the young person rather than just the result). For some inspiration, watch some personal challenges created by young people, have a go yourself, or create your own. Click here for YouTube playlist