Daily Activity plays a key role in developing healthier and stronger families. We are here to help you introduce more physical activity into the day to improve focus, behaviour and sleep at home.
Now children are at home more often, it is more important than ever to support young people to be active at home.
Hampshire School Games Daily Challenges – Hampshire School Games Daily Challenge Spring Term challenges have arrived to help you get active every day from 11th January! Can you help your school log the most pupils taking part and be champions of the #HSGDailyChallenge?
Get active at home – Our get active at home page is full of ideas to help both children and adults get moving in the comfort of their own home.
Free resources to help families eat well and move more.Visit site
Fitness tips from the NHS for busy families.Visit site
This downloadable resource is designed to encourage families to be more active together. Get started by using the family-friendly activities and begin moving together in your living room, garden or local park.Visit site
It is important that babies and toddlers get an early start in developing their motor skills. By doing the activities below, you can be confident that your children are developing the foundations of physical literacy.Visit site
Joe Wicks leads bursts of physical activity to get the heart rate up and having lots of fun. You can try this on your own or as a family.Visit site
Yoga, mindfulness and relaxation for children. Interactive adventures which build strength, balance and confidence.Visit site
A collection of fun curricula- linked activities for families.Visit site
A free downloadable resource that families can use to create active adventures.Visit site
Keep children moving while learning with daily, quick and creative physical activities.Visit site
Fun curriculum-linked resources from BBC Learn to get children moving while they learn.Visit site