#StayInWorkOut Weekly Update - Issue 10

#StayInWorkOut Weekly Update - Issue 10

It has been great catching up with many of you over Zoom this past week, I will schedule another Primary and Secondary catch up at the beginning of July.

For those of you that this week welcomed back your Year 10 and Year 12 pupils, I hope it has all gone as smoothly as possible

As always, if there’s anything I can assist with please do not hesitate to contact me.


London Youth Games Virtual Games (8th June – 3rd July)

The LYG Virtual Games are open to all children and young people from London, who will compete across the twelve different challenges to earn points for their Boroughs. #TeamBarnet currently sit in 13th position on 64 points following the opening week’s challenges. All the challenges come with suggested adaptations for space, equipment and ability to ensure they are as inclusive as possible

A massive well done to the following schools who submitted their results in week 1.

            Primary; Cromer Road, Holly Park, Livingstone, Monkfrith, Parkfield and Wessex Gardens

            Secondary; Friern Barnet, Henrietta Barnett and Saracens High

This week’s three challenges included, a Basketball Crossover Dribble Challenge, Judo Sit Out Challenge and Football Kick Up Challenge.

It’s not too late for your school to get involved, for more details and how you can get involved please click here.


National School Sport Week at Home (20th- 26th June)

Over 4,000 people across the country have signed up for National School Sport Week at Home which is set to launch tomorrow. Don’t worry, it’s not too late to get involved, sign up here to receive your free guide and activity ideas to help you take part in the week long celebration of sport and wellbeing.

The week will give families, communities, schools and sports clubs the opportunity to engage in a series of virtual sporting challenges which will help young people capture the enjoyment, competition and camaraderie they are missing out on.


The Rainbow Games – Virtual Sports Day (EYFS, KS1 & KS2)

Get Set 4 PE have shared a free resource pack for The Rainbow Games, a virtual sports day.

A number of schools in recent weeks have expressed an interest in delivering a virtual sports day, if you have delivered something similar within your school and are happy to share, please get in contact. 

Please see below the various resources available to download;

Teacher Instructions - here

Teacher Score Table - here

Pupil Instructions - here

The Rainbow Values - here

The Rainbow Activities - here

Pupil Score Sheet - here

Certificate - here


All about Autism, All about – Free E-Learning Course

The Youth Sport Trust have developed an E-learning package to support all school staff understand more about Autism.


They know there are a number of key barriers to inclusion in PE and sport for young people with autism.  These are addressed in an exciting new E-Learning ‘All about Autism, All about Me’ resource which has been developed by schools, for schools. Developed by the YST, and endorsed by the National Autistic Society, this is a digital and practical toolkit, building upon knowledge of autism spectrum conditions (ASC) and some of the key considerations for making PE and sport inclusive to all. It is free for schools across England to access throughout 2020/21.


To access the free E-Learning please click here 


We would encourage as many staff/apprentices/school helpers to complete the training; It’s very informative and can be completed in stages.



Active in Mind – Youth Sport Trust


This programme offers support to young people experiencing mental wellbeing issues, using psycho-social tools and stress-busting strategies for young people, as well as creating innovative peer mentoring and physical activity opportunities. Click here to access the website, poster attached.



Bees Football & Education Academy                     

This post-16 education programme is open to boys and girls, aged 16-18 years old the opportunity to combine football with a full-time education at Canons High School, where students have the option to study a variety of A Level subjects or BTEC diplomas.

Register your interest now by clicking here


Strava Challenge - London 2 Tokyo  

Our 58 members recorded 190 activities during week two, covering a whopping 1,267 miles in total. 718.4 miles were covered by bike and 548.6 on foot. At the start of week 2 we found ourselves approaching the border of Belarus, having successfully crossed the North Sea and travelled through Holland, Germany and Poland. By the end we had travelled through Belarus and now find ourselves in the southwestern Russian city of Saratov, soon to be approaching Kazakhstan. Keep up the fantastic work team, only 3,648.3 miles to go! To join the challenge please click here.


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