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Sports Council

This years sports councilors are Eden, Olivia and Steven.

They will be helping this year with the development of PE at Lydbrook School.

They will be helping to orgainse sporting events within school and sports day, as well as helping create a place at Lydbrook School where everyone enjoys PE.

Lydbrook Primary School Fitness Challenge



Let’s 'be active' as part of our five ways to wellbeing! 

Please have a look at the suggestions below to make sure that you are looking after your fitness and wellbeing.


Remember, your aim is to do 60 minutes of activity each and everyday!


There is a link below for 'The Body Coach' where you can find a wide of recorded PE fitness session for children of all ages and abilities. 


What else can you try? There are many suggestions below.

Keep varying what you try so that the exercise stays interesting.

Set yourself daily goals to reach and beat...


  • Take this Disney sports quiz and see which activity it suggests for you! 
  • Go for a walk, jog or run with your family.
  • 10 Minute Shake-up! Change4Life and Disney have teamed up to bring you new Shake Up games inspired by Disney and Pixar's Toy Story 4 and Incredibles 2, and Disney's The Lion King and Frozen. These 10-minute bursts of fun will really get you moving and count towards the 60 active minutes needed every day! 
  • Visit to try out one of their sessions.
  • Try out a Go Noodle video. Which can be so much fun.
  • Become a super mover at - active learning to the max!
  • Choreograph a dance to your favourite song! This is a great way to get your heart pumping and allows you to be creative. If you’re in dance club, you could teach a family member the routine!
  • Just Dance – if you don’t have the game, there are lots available on YouTube with your parent/carers' permission
  • The floor is lava! Put cushions and tea towels on the floor to help you make your way around the room without touching the floor.
  • Musical bumps or statues. The perfect opportunity to revive these favourite party games.
  • Fun circuit training. Draw pictures of different activities and place them around the room – or all over the house. Visit each picture and do the activity – e.g. hop on one leg 10 times, do 10 star jumps, 10 squats, 2 roly-polies, etc.
  • Dodge ball or catch in the garden
  • Have your own family Sports Day! Egg and spoon at the ready…
  • Design your own obstacle course.
  • Hula Hooping!
  • Skipping – see if you can make your own rhymes to go with it!
  • Animal races: Hop like a bunny or frog; squat and waddle like a duck; and so on.
  • Move Crew - This is a fun programme developed with the expertise of teachers, physical activity specialists, elite athletes, children and coaches. Get active with the fun ideas on this website! 


Let your teacher or Mr Bowkett know about any new ideas so that he can add them to this page. Also send pictures to and they can be added to the website