Week 9 Stay in Work Out activity timetables
We are launching the ‘Rossendale Virtual Mile’ from 18th May-29th May. This week is historically our biggest event, attracting over 500 pupils from all schools in the area for the School Cross Country Championships. We would love for you and your family to get involved! This is a Rossendale-wide, mass-participation event that anyone of any age or ability can take part in.
Throughout the two weeks, we will be encouraging everyone to get out and run/walk (wheelchair users encouraged) a mile, whilst maintaining social distancing. Please remember to send in your best time as well. Everyone that enters will receive a certificate. The schools with the most entries will be crowned the overall winners, as well as this there will be prizes for individual categories.
For more information on routes and how to record your times, please see the document below.
Good luck everyone!
The Spar Lancashire School Games is a partnership between the Lancashire School Games Organiser Network (SGO’s), Active Lancashire and SPAR (sponsors).
During this time Lancashire SGO’s have developed a programme of activities and a hub of resources for young people to:
Remain active and Move
Access challenges to do individually or as a family
Enjoy being active through play
Learn new skills Move
The Spar Lancashire School Games Stay at Home Programme aims to provide opportunities for young people and families to become or remain active through a timetable of accessible opportunities. Resources, videos, weekly challenges and learning activities will form part of a weekly timetable to ensure you can become or remain active.
Active Children are happier and healthier, an active child also learns better and sleeps better! We understand that keeping your child active during the Covid-19 outbreak is challenging, which is why we have put together a list of resources and timetable of activities to help keep your child ‘Moving’, please see the documents below.