Physical Activity Web Links
Disney-themed physical activity campaign targeted at pupils aged five to 11 (KS1 and KS2). A range of resources are available to help Headteachers, PE leads and teachers to get pupils moving throughout the school day and to encourage further activity at home.
Modeshift STARS is the national schools awards scheme that has been established to recognise schools that have demonstrated excellence in supporting cycling, walking and other forms of sustainable travel.
The scheme encourages schools across the country to join in a major effort to increase levels of sustainable and active travel in order to improve the health and well-being of children and young people.
Website that has a range of links, resources and information about getting more people cycling, including children and young people, as part of the legacy of the Tour de France. Downloads include the education pack of curriculum lesson plans and their plans for getting more children cycling including greater training and access to a ‘Bike Library’.
Teach cycling in the PE curriculum: British Cycling Go Ride for Schools programme
Go-Ride school clubs are all about getting more young people into cycling. These clubs provide high quality coaching activities, delivered in a traffic-free environment.
Teachers completing the workshop will be provided with Go-Ride Gears Coaching Workbooks, which outline various activities and skills tests relevant to the age and ability of the group in question. The workbook series consists of 7 distinct levels or gears. Each Go-Ride Gears activity can be adjusted to make it easier or harder, depending on the age and ability of the participants. As such, schools will be able to choose from over one hundred different coaching activities for school cycling clubs.
Training courses posted here: http://www.britishcycling.org.uk/coaching/article/coast_Activity-Coach-Award-For-Teachers_timetable
PE and School Sport
The Association for Physical Education (afPE)is the only physical education and school sport subject association in the UK.
Bike to school
The safe routes to schools link below takes you into the Sustrans website, there is no obvious school section but most can be found under the 'what we do' section.
A site that has good info for parents on getting started is www.bikehub.co.uk
Driving & bikes
Think! Road Safety Education Materials http://think.direct.gov.uk/resource-centre/
Gardening is a great way to be active and productive at the same time if you grow fruit and veg - and it's great for mental health. This is an excellent website, with lots of downloadable resources, also you can sign up for the newsletter.
Office for Standards in Education (Ofsted) www.ofsted.gov.uk
Sport England www.sportengland.org
Youth Sport Trust www.youthsporttrust.org
Outdoor Education Links
School Outdoor learning Video Links
Council for Learning Outside the Classroom. www.lotc.org.uk
Great countryside resources. www.naturalengland.org.uk
Keystone for quality outdoor learning. www.outdoor-learning.org
Outdoor Education Advisers’ Panel. www.oeap.info
Countryside Investigators www.countrysideinvestigators.org.uk