Sport at Hotwells

Gymnastics challenge 

 Take part in the gymnastic challenge to earn a certificate. Choose a routine to complete and email your teacher a video, and in return they'll send you a certificate. Challenge yourself by starting from Rookie and working your way up, or you can create your own routine. Watch the demonstrations here 

Make sure you have a safe space to move in and let your grown ups know what you are up to. I can't wait to see your routine. 



Join the Travel to Tokyo challenge, brought to you by Team GB and Paralympics GB. The Tokyo 2020 Games might not be happening this year but we can continue to keep active together. Our school is our team, so simply go to the website and click “Log Activity”. You will be asked to enter our school postcode (BS8 4ND) along with the fun activity you have completed. This gives you the chance to win exclusive prizes, access home learning resources, keep connected to your classmates and be part of the wider Get Set online community.   


Sport Activities with Josh: 

Josh is here to give you some great keep fit tips and games! These are activities that you can do at home, with things you can find around you house.  Thank you for sharing these with us, Josh!


Primary P.E. Passport:

Click here to access Primary PE Passport.  This website includes home learning ideas and videos of activities you can do at home to keep you fit and active.  Their latest videos include some dance moves to warm you up and some relaxation activities.

 As well as a Daily Challenge, which includes a range of activities you can complete at home, there is also a Personal Challenge Scorecard to keep track of how you do! You can access these through the tabs at the top of the website or by clicking here.


Bristol Robins:

Linked to Bristol City Football Club, Bristol City Robins Foundation is a sport and education charity whose focus is to engage and inspire young people, raising and celebrating education achievement.  Take a look at the Bristol Robins YouTube channel to take part in their Primary Stars Football Challenge:

There are some great activities to enhance your football skills, even if you don't have much space. 

PE with Joe:

The Bodycoach, Joe Wicks, will be hosting a free daily workout - entitled 'PE with Joe' - aimed at children LIVE on his YouTube channel. You can click here to take you to Joe's YouTube page. This will take place each day between 9am and 9:30am. Joe says:

"With schools closed and with us all spending more time at home, it's more important than ever that we keep moving and stay healthy and positive. Exercise is an amazing tool to help us feel happier, more energised, and more optimistic. The workouts will be fun and suitable for all ages and even adults can get involved.  You don't need any equipment, just tune in to my YouTube channel at 9am each morning for a 30-minute, fun workout."

You can access Joe Wicks' YouTube channel by clicking here.  You can also visit his channel for more workouts to do at home by clicking here.



Dance with Oti Mabuse:

Strictly Come Dancing champion and The Greatest Dancer judge, Oti Mabuse, is doing live dance classes with help from her husband Marius Lepure via her YouTube Channel each morning. These will be streamed live at 11:30am. The classes are then saved onto Oti's YouTube page after the livestream has finished, so they can still be enjoyed even if you aren’t available at the exact start time.

There are already several previous lessons on there including dance tutorials for Mary Poppins, Shrek and the Jungle Book! Why not give it a try? You can click here to visit Oti's YouTube Channel.




South West Soccer Academy:

Here is something for you budding football fanatics! South West Soccer Academy have kindly launched the 36 Day Professional Home Skills Challenge which gives you one new skill to learn each day for the next 36 days! The skills are split into five blocks - each based around a learning objective.  You can access the website by clicking here





Why not try the Supermovers to keep you active while you learn? You can access the website by clicking here.  This will provide you with fun curriculum linked resources to get you moving while you learn!

There are separate categories for Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2.  These are also broken down into Curriculum areas such as English, Maths, Science and PSHE and can be used as a recap or an introduction to a topic.