We all know the importance of ensuring that all children are active. Latest guidelines recommend that children and young people aged 5 to 18 need to do:
- at least 60 minutes of physical activity every day – this should range from moderate activity, such as cycling and playground activities, to vigorous activity, such as running and tennis
- on three days a week, these activities should involve exercises for strong muscles, such as push-ups, and exercises for strong bones, such as jumping and running.
Many vigorous activities can help you build strong muscles and bones, including anything involving running and jumping, such as gymnastics, martial arts and football.
Children and young people should reduce the time they spend sitting watching TV, playing computer games and travelling by car when they could walk or cycle instead.
My sport clubs help children get all the activity they need whilst ensuring that they are learning and having fun.
Book a place today on my October half term club which is running from the 24th to the 27th of October 2017, at Lawn Primary School.