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Updated 1st July 2020


Yoga is an ancient practice which promotes physical and mental wellbeing through a series of moves and poses. 

It can be done at any time of the day and for as long as you want, so is perfect for a quick brain break or for some more sustained physical activity while you are at home. 

Have a go and include the family in a calming Yoga session. 

Updated 11th June 2020


Take a look at Real PE's competition and scroll down to have a go at learning some new dance routines!


Click on the picture for more details about the next competition. Closing date: 1st July

TROLLS kids dance class with Oti Mabuse & Oti Mabuse

Dance class with Oti Mabuse & Marius Iepure. A great live routine for the whole family to learn and have fun on one of the greatest hits. It is a step-by-ste...

Shrek kids dance class with Oti Mabuse & Marius Iepure

Updated 18th May 2020


Competition time with Real PE

You can now enter our next competition for your chance to win a great prize! We'd like children and families to tell us or show us their favourite real PE at home activity. Submit your entry in one of these three ways:

  • A sentence from you or your child/children
  • A photograph
  • A short video (60 seconds maximum)

Simply post your entry on social media, stating your child's/children's year group and county. Remember to use the hashtags #realPEathome and #homelearning

Don't forget to tag us so we can see your entry:

Closing date: Monday 1st June 2020

The 3 winners will be chosen by a guest school and notified on Tuesday 2nd June 2020.


For more info, please visit: https://jasmineactive.com/news/competition-time-1/


Create your own workout

Joe Wicks has released some workout cards on Twinkl for you to use at home! Enjoy being active with these different exercises and see if you can put together your own workout.

Updated 12th May 2020


We hope you are all enjoying using Real PE at home - please do ask your teachers if you are not sure how to access this resource. Keep your eyes peeled for the next competition with Real PE to see what challenge awaits. In the meantime, have a go at the activities in Days 7 and 8.

Watch the video for these first (you will see a video for each day when you are logged in) so you can see how to do these activities at home. Then have fun trying different types of jumping, balances, play Seated Volleyball or Stepping Stones with your siblings or have a family fun day with your parents at the weekend.

Updated 5th May 2020


Real PE 


Real PE at home includes an online programme which supports families to be active, play and learn together. It includes a programme specifically for children in Early Years and Key Stage 1 with 12 themes, over 250 activities and challenges and 1000s of hours of fun and activity. This programme is also great for family play and fun.

It also includes a programme for children in Key Stage 2, with daily and weekly guidance provided for both programmes in addition to an option to choose your own themes and activities.

You will need a login and password from school to access this, if you have not received it please email your class teacher asking for the details. 

Here is the website to find the different resources, you should recognise some activities from your PE lessons! 


There are also competitions which you and your family can participate in and will in with a chance to win prizes from Real PE. More information on this can be found in the user guide - the user guide will also explain how you can adapt the PE lessons for home learning and what you can use instead of PE equipment: 


Have a go at as many of the activities for Key Stage 2 as you want - you can start on Day 1 or choose some activities you are interested in. Here are a few fun activities you can look for when you are logged in:

Updated 21st April


PE with Joe - join in with people all around the world and keep fit using these great home PE lessons


Join in with Fancy Dress Friday!


Disney Shake Up - Have a 10 minute movement break in between home learning activities or just as a fun activity with the family. Maybe you could plan your own routine for your favourite film or TV programme!




Choose a supermovers activity and get your family active! Can you learn a dance routine or pretend you are the main character on a computer game?