Rate of Perceived Exertion
The Rate of Perceived Exertion Scale (RPE) is used to measure the intensity of your exercise. The scale runs from 1 – 10 to show varying levels of effort. The numbers relate to descriptions or feelings used to rate how easy or difficult you find the activity you are doing.
Personal Development through Fitness Quick Guide
A quick guide to support you with designing fitness sessions to incorporate personal development. Ideas to develop determination, resilience, communication and empathy.
Team Up Poster
This Team Up poster gives a lovely visual reminder of the chemicals in your brain and how you can give them a boost to improve your mood. Suitable to be put on show anywhere from classrooms, staff rooms to the back of toilet doors!
Team Up Short Course
Our Team Up Kids Short Course gives you and your children an introduction to 4 of the Brainy Bunch characters that can help you with your wellbeing. Released to support children at school and at home through the pandemic.
Move with Max Example Lesson
Try out one of our Move with Max lessons for EYFS. Take your PE lesson 'Into the Woods' and teach fundamental movement skills through a readily available story book.
Captain Taskivator Challenges
Captain Taskivator provides a unique challenge for children to solve that involves activity and creativity! 6 video challenges are available that will engage all ages!
Join in with our Go Well JANVENT Challenge, where we will be posting activity challenges at 8am every morning throughout January. Keep an eye out for our posts on Facebook and Twitter. If you are taking part feel free to share any activities with us by tagging @gowellwithus and using the hashtag #JANVENT
Bingo Challenge Week
Are you looking for something quick, free and easy to do in your school to improve fitness? Our Fit for Life Bingo Board can be completed easily by children in your class or by children across the whole school. If you aren't already a Fit for Life member remember to sign up for a free trial at www.fitforlifeschools.org.uk
Go Far in a Jar
Here you can join in with daily physical activity challenges. This will help you reach the recommendation of 60 minutes daily whether you are currently learning at home or at school. You will also be able to take part in a wellness activity to help support your mental health too. Please follow these instructions to help you - have fun!