Primary School Challenges
Give your pupils PE homework, build their confidence and develop their physical skills with our amazing challenges
I have 3 wonderful children with 14 years of primary school attendance between them. They study a wide and broad curriculum and each week I help them with their homework.
One afternoon they were looking a bit disinterested in getting their homework done and I couldn't get this thought out of my head. In 14 years why have they never been given PE homework?
I would love my children to come home and tell me that their homework this weekend is a family game of cricket or to run around the park.
How we can help
The Sport Diddy Primary School Challenges have been developed to give children 30 minutes of daily activity outside of school.
We have developed 56 active sporting challenges ranging from complete beginner to insane skills for children to do at home. They are perfect if a child is new to physical activity but will also, test to their limits, your most gifted and talented year 6 pupils. All our challenges are demonstrated in the videos by my son (year 5) and my daughter (reception).
Government Childhood Obesity Plan
The Government Childhood Obesity Plan has set out the ambition for all children to take part in 60 minutes of physical activity every day, with schools being responsible for delivering 30 of these active minutes. The remaining 30 minutes are to be achieved outside of school.
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