Skip to content ↓
Westminster Special School

College Park School Federation of Westminster Special Schools

PE at CP

PE at Home



PE at Home 2



Physical Education, Sport and Wellbeing - Websites

Youth Sport Trust have created some easy to follow activity cards with fun challenges and PE activities for children at home.

The aim is to help parents/carers bring the ideas to life within their home environments (inside or outside) – and can be adapted to suit a range of ages abilities.

A variety of digital challenges every Mon, Weds & Friday via TopYa! app

Fantastic online resource of Inclusive PE & Sporting activities and ideas for young people with Special Educational Needs & disabilities. Free at

Sign up using the Inclusion Lead Code: YSTINCLUSION25

A fantastic website to access resources, ideas, useful information and links to help you grow girls’ football.

Sportshall Athletics Home Pentathlon is a fun, adapted Sportshall Athletics event that can be played at home. Great environment. .

National Governing Bodies of Sport (NGBs) developed a series of sport formats for all young people to participate & extend their skills & confidence.

Age range:  KS1 and KS2

Joe Wicks will be conducting daily PE lessons for children of primary age at 9am each day during the school closure. Visit his YouTube channel:


Age range: EYFS, KS1

Andy travels the world to amazing places and learns to move like the animals he meets on his wild adventure.


Age range: KS1 & KS2

Premier League Primary Stars have created activities covering English, Maths, PE, Health and Wellbeing.


Age range: EYFS, KS1 and KS2

Yoga, mindfulness and relaxation videos.


Age range: KS1 and KS2

Just Dance is a YouTube channel featuring guided dancing sessions to popular songs.


Age range: EYFS, KS1 and KS2

Movement mindfulness and relaxation videos


Chance to Shine provides cricket and class room based activities for teachers and parents/carers. These are free on the Resource portal:


Super movers - 

Back to Top