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A bank of resources created during the first Covid-19 Lockdown in 2020.

WB Monday 15th June
Our Theme is - Staying Safe and Active
Here are some activity ideas (where worksheets are available, these can be found by clicking on the 'Worksheets' button below - please let your child's teacher know if you can't access them):

Have a go at as many of these activities as you can! We've tried to break them up and indicate what you could do each day but you can pick and choose which activity you want to do and on which day.



  • This week is Drowning Prevention week.  Research the Water Safety Code and prepare a short presentation to inform your friends and family. Can you record it and send it into school?

  • Design a poster to explain what the different coloured flags on the beach mean. Use the information sheet to help you (See Worksheets)

  • What is the Recovery Position? When might you need to use it? Can you practice on a family member and send in some photos or a video of you trying it out? (See information sheet on website)

  • Complete the Pool Safety Spot the Different sheet and learn about how to stay safe the next time you visit a swimming pool. (See Worksheets)



  • Complete this Road Safety sheet to learn about staying safe when out and about (See Worksheets)

  • Complete this Road Safety Crossword to test your knowledge of keeping safe on the roads. (See Worksheets)

  • What is the Green Cross Code? Use this website to do some research: You could then present your information as a poster, leaflet, TV news report or maybe a song?

  • Spot and discuss local dangers whilst out on a walk in the local area. Create a poster to encourage people to be safer.

  • Why is it important to wear reflective clothing when you are out in the dark? Design your own reflective jacket.




  • This half term, Year 6 children would have been taking part in Bikeability. Learn how to maintain your bike by visiting the information page here: Produce a poster to help your friends look after their bikes.

  • Lots of you will be going on bike rides now the weather is getting nicer. Can you design your own bike? It can be as inventive as you like!

  • Why is it important to wear a helmet when riding your bike? Design your own. (See Worksheets)

  • Go on a bike ride with an adult. Use a map to plan your route before you go. When you get back, record some of the sights that you saw and what the weather was like.




  • Why is it important to warm up and cool down before and after exercise? Create your own warm up or cool down routine. There are some great ideas here:

  • Darcey Bussell is one of our most famous dancers.  Take part in a fun dance from the 80s with her at: Or join in daily with her or her friends for a ten minute shake up at 1.30pm everyday on Facebook Live at DDMIX For Schools.

  • Take part in the Hyndburn and Ribble Valley Schools 'Virtual Mile' and send in a photo of you completing it! Register and enter your time here: (See Worksheets section for more information)

  • Staying active outside often means staying safe in the sun. Design a poster which helps children to keep safe. Think about the effect of heat on skin, eyes and body temperature. How do we stay cool and protected from harmful rays?




  • It is important to stay active to keep our bodies healthy, especially our hearts. Make a card for someone in the shape of a heart to show them that you care about them. You could try to make this pop up card:

  • Can you make your own model of a heart? You could papier-mâché a balloon as a starting point. Try to label it with the four chambers.

  • What foods should you eat to keep your heart healthy? Which foods should you avoid? Perhaps you could cook a healthy recipe and share it with your teacher!

  • Exercising our muscles is very important to stay healthy. How many muscles can you label on the human body? (See Worksheets)

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