Active @ Home

Stick man and lady stay home in their tree,

But they're still keeping fit with their Stick Children three.

Each Monday throughout the summer break The Vale Royal School Sport Partnership shared a weekly timetable of activities for families to undertake at home - these included some of the most popular activities from the past 4 months as well as the ongoing School Games Active Championships. These were shared on their social media channels and the SSP website: https://valeroyalschoolsport.org/home-learning/

Staying fit and active while under restrictions from the coronavirus has been important for physical as well as mental health. Those of you with a garden can keep children healthy outdoors and gardens are providing ever changing interest as spring gets going. Those without a garden who live locally are blessed with the towpath along the river Weaver; at the moment people are being encouraged to walk in the open air.

The Vale Royal School Sport Partnership have provided online resources for helping children stay healthy.

Families could also access Five a Day Fitness at home free of charge. See the 5aD Members Letter to find our how you can register to get 5aD at home.

Kingsmead locals have a fine five mile walk on their doorstep - the tow path offers a circular walk. Turn onto the towpath, walk either way (right to Riversdale Bridge or left up to Vale Royal Locks) which are two places to cross the river. You can nip over the river at the Blue Bridge if you fancy a shorter walk.

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Links to online activities

https://valeroyalschoolsport.org/vale-royal-multi-skills-challenge/

https://valeroyalschoolsport.org/home-learning/

PE with Joe

Circus House helps children develop physical literacy and who knows, it may possibly open up a career under the Big Top!