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PE & Home Learning (Key Stage 2)

Lancashire Schools Games

The Spar Lancashire School Games is a partnership between the Lancashire School Games Organiser Network (SGO’s), Active Lancashire and SPAR (sponsors).
During this time Lancashire SGO’s have developed a programme of activities and a hub of resources for young people to:

  • Remain active and Move
  • Access challenges to do individually or as a family
  • Enjoy being active through play
  • Learn new skills


The Spar Lancashire School Games Stay at Home Programme aims to provide opportunities for young people and families to become or remain active through a timetable of accessible opportunities. Resources, videos, weekly challenges and learning activities will form part of a weekly timetable to ensure you can become or remain active.

Move: The recommended amount of physical activity for children aged 5-18 is 60 minutes a day. It should be hard enough for us to get a little bit out of breath and a little bit sweaty!

Challenge: Take part in challenges against the clock yourself, or challenge a parent, carer or sibling. Try to beat your own scores and hit your personal best!

Play: Don’t forget the importance of play, playing simple games and using our imagination is important, games like hide and seek and musical bumps are fun and will also help keep us active!

Learn: Learning, practising and developing our sports skills will help us become better at PE and sport. This section will introduce sport and P.E skills relevant to the P.E national curriculum.

This week's key word is

And here is the work:

Click here to access the programmes from previous weeks.

And click here for the week beginning 22nd June and download the full written brochure with lots of pictures and explanations here.

Anyone for Sportopoly?

Here’s a great way to keep all the family fit – Sportopoly. You just need dice, markers and plenty of energy. We’d love to see your photos (or videos) if you do play. Click on the photo to download your copy.

Rugby Challenge

There’s no virtual challenge for this week but, as we started part way through the programme, we’ve gone back to the beginning for this Rugby challenge which you will have missed.

If you have a rugby shaped ball then that is brilliant but, if not, don’t let that put you off. You can still practise the skill – we’re looking at accuracy and, across the body passing. The way you pass the ball is vital so make sure you read the instructions here (and watch the video below).

Don’t forget to share your work. Photos and videos will be shared here and if you are sharing on Social Media, remember to use the hashtag #LancsGames20 to be in with the chance of a prize.

You can also share your work here:

Twitter- @LancSchoolGames
Facebook – @LancSchoolGames
Instagram – @lancashireschoolgames


Following Boris Johnson’s 8pm announcement we now know that as of midnight tonight the country has entered a new period of Lockdown, a Lockdown that includes the closure of school. 

School will be open for the children of Key Workers and for pupils who are deemed vulnerable. All pupils will be provided with work in order for them to keep learning. 

Tonight’s announcement was very short notice for you as parents and also for us as a Staff. Tomorrow, by 11am there will be three tasks on the school website for each Class to complete as their Tuesday learning. However, School will be closed to ALL pupils tomorrow. 


Staff, however, will be in school preparing for the rest of the Lockdown. Through tomorrow we will prepare school to make it safe for Key worker pupils and vulnerable children to return. 

We will send out a form for you to apply for a place in the Keyworker Bubbles and we will let you know more about how children will be learning remotely. We will do our very best to re-open to Key Worker children and vulnerable pupils by Wednesday. 

I am aware of how difficult this is for you all, School closing creates a multitude of problems for everyone but data surrounding this awful disease dictates that this is a necessary step. As ever, the safety and health of everyone must be a priority. 

Thank you for your continued support and we will be in frequent contact over the next few days. 

Many thanks

Claire Halstead