Physical Activity

Here you will find links, information and suggestions for physical activities you can do at home to stay active!

Access Sport

Access Sport have compiled a list of activities that are suitable for a range of abilities which is updated each week. Click here to go their website.

Bown2Be Inclusive

Rachel Bown is a local Sports and PE Teacher that does a lot of work in special schools. Rachel has also visited a number of Keynsham Mencap groups to deliver sports sessions. You can sign up to a twice weekly newsletter from her with active activities that can be done at home.
Contact Rachel via Facebook here

Bristol Bears

Videos of fun and active challenges that can be done at home, from the Bristol Bears Spectrum Project.
Go to their YouTube channel here.

DJ Jay Dance

As seen on CBBC and Something Special, Jay is a teenage DJ who will be live on his Facebook page every Saturday at 3pm with children’s party songs and games.
DJ Jay Dance

Cosmic Kids

Yoga and movement for children. Resources on the website as well as their YouTube channel. Click here.

Joe Wicks

Joe Wicks is a fitness coach. He is presenting a fun ‘PE lesson’ every weekday morning at 9am on his YouTube channel.
Don’t worry if you can’t do it when he is live, the video will stay on his channel for you to watch later. You can get to his YouTube channel by clicking here

Bumble Bee Physio

Bumble Bee Physio are producing adapted Joe Wicks videos for children who are differently able. Live from their Facebook page Tuesdays at 11am, but the videos remain on the page to watch anytime. You can find their Facebook page by clicking here

Get Set for PE

Setting daily challenges to complete from their Twitter page @GetSet4PE

Youth Sport Trust

Lots of ideas and resources for physical games and activities that can be done at home. PE Lessons that can be done at home, active breaks, 60 second challenges and more can all be found on their website. Click here

A Guide for SEND Parents

Written by a barrister, this guide explains whether you are legally allowed to drive to an area for daily exercise within the current government guidelines (31.03.2020)

A Guide for SEND Parents

Opportunities for children and adults with Learning Disabilities