- Do the Daily Mile each day as most of your students do in school. This does not have to be a full mile but as far as your child can walk in 15 minutes. This can be done on your permitted daily exercise outing or around the garden or house.
- Plan a walk. Look at a local map and plan to walk to various places involving your student in the planning.
- There is a yoga app called Down dog or Yoga for Beginners which are currently free to dowload until April 1st.
- There are countless short fitness programmes on Youtube. Just a few are: 5 minute moves, Brain break, Kids Workout 1 Beginners. If you haven't used Youtube before, just type 'indoor exercise for schools or children into the search box.' Please supervise any Youtube use carefully. Or check out Bexley School Games on Twitter @BexSchGames for Daily updates.
- Free indoor games such as Simon Says, hide and seek, jumping jacks
- Create a mini fitness circuit. Try to rotate between arms, legs and stomach. For example: press ups, star jumps, sit ups
- Organise a dance competition or get your children to either dance to music you put on or to make up a dance to a song. You can join in!
- Make an obstacle course around the house. Crawling under chairs, jumping over pillows.....
- A treasure hunt around the house, who can find the treasure in the shortest amount of time.
Dear parents and carers
Unfortunately due to the current Government advice on Covid-19 we have to postpone all parent/carer events.
please do contact the school office if you have any concerns on 01322 350123
This year, World Book Day falls on Thursday the 5th of March.
Thursday is a really busy day for Woodside's young people. We have visits to Bexley College, Post 16 working off site at the Good Life Centre, swimming lessons and an Under 16's girls' football match. We have therefore decided to postpone our celebrations until the following day- Friday, 6th of March. The theme of the day will be 'Share a Story' and we shall be finding lots of creative ways to make sure each of us shares a story on the day. As is becoming traditional, children and adults will be invited to dress up as a character from a book.
We are all working hard to promote a love of reading and this will be a lovely opportunity to share enjoyment, have fun and make some memories.