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The Bristol County Ground

Nevil Road, Bristol, BS7 9EJ

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Mon - Fri 9.00am - 17.00pm

Sat & Sun CLOSED

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We know that it is going to be tricky to keep pupils/your children active during this period, but we also know that it is vital to do so to support children’s physical and mental wellbeing.

Chance to Shine have brilliant, free to access and key stage specific resources on their Schools Portal and are providing weekly challenges for teachers, parents and individuals to help children to stay active.

Week 13 Activities

Week 12 Activities

Week 11 – At Home Activity

Week 10 – At Home Activity

Week 9 – In School Activity

As we move further into the summer term, we hope that our activities are proving useful to help keep your pupils active.

This week’s session will revisit the ‘Brilliant Bowler’ theme and further develop children’s bowling skills. Teachers… why not also try this weeks ‘Powerful Punctuation’ lesson.

Week 9 – At Home Activity

For pupils who are at home, teachers can send Chance to Shine’s weekly skills challenges to do at home with parents.  If you are a parent, or an individual, check out the video above, and the explanation guides below and start having fun right away.

Parents… to support English learning whilst keeping active, why not try the ’Powerful Punctuation’ lesson. 

Week 8 – In School Activity

As we move further into the summer term, we hope that our activities are proving useful to help keep your pupils active.

This week’s session will revisit the ‘Cool Catcher’ theme and further develop children’s catching and moving skills. Teachers… why not also try this weeks ‘Planet Power’ numeracy lesson.

Week 8 – At Home Activity

For pupils who are at home, teachers can send Chance to Shine’s weekly skills challenges to do at home with parents.  If you are a parent, or an individual, check out the video above, and the explanation guides below and start having fun right away.

Parents… to support maths learning whilst keeping active, why not try the ’Planet Power’ numeracy lesson.

Week 7 – In School Activity

For those who still have pupils in school, why not try to fit a Chance to Shine session into your plan for the week. The Schools Portal has all the digital resources you need, with lesson plans, explanations videos and top tips from the pros.

Week 7 is Rocket Fuel Batting session (KS1, LKS2 and UKS2), which will develop ball striking and hand eye co-ordination.  KS3 can test their bowling skills. Check out the session plans via the buttons below, and head to the portal for all the other resources to run the session.  Teachers… why not also try the ‘Super-star Stats’ Maths lesson which encourages children to interpret and present data.

Week 7 – At Home Activity

For pupils who are at home, teachers can send Chance to Shine’s weekly skills challenges to do at home with parents.  If you are a parent, or an individual, check out the video above, and the explanation guides below and start having fun right away.

Parents… to support maths learning whilst keeping active, why not try the Super-star Stats maths lesson, which encourages children to interpret and present data.

Week 6 – In School Activity

For those who still have pupils in school, why not try to fit a Chance to Shine session into your plan for the week. The Schools Portal has all the digital resources you need, with lesson plans, explanations videos and top tips from the pros.

Week 6 is Skilful Scorer session (KS1, LKS2 and UKS2), which will develop ball striking and hand eye co-ordination.  KS3 can test their batting skills. Check out the session plans via the buttons below, and head to the portal for all the other resources to run the session.  Teachers… why not also try the ‘Practical Poetry’ lesson which encourages children to prepare and perform a poem, understanding tone, notation, volume and action.

Week 6 – At Home Activity

For pupils who are at home, teachers can send Chance to Shine’s weekly skills challenges to do at home with parents.  If you are a parent, or an individual, check out the video above, and the explanation guides below and start having fun right away.

Parents… to support poetry learning whilst keeping active, why not try the Practical Poetry, which encourages children to prepare and perform a poem, understanding tone, notation, volume and action.

Week 5 – In School Activity

For those who still have pupils in school, why not try to fit a Chance to Shine session into your plan for the week. The Schools Portal has all the digital resources you need, with lesson plans, explanations videos and top tips from the pros.

Week 5 is the Ferocious Fielder session (KS1, LKS2 and UKS2) and KS3 can test their batting, bowling and fielding skills in a game situation. Check out the session plans via the buttons below, and head to the portal for all the other resources to run the session.  Teachers… why not also try the ‘Captain Co-ordinates’ lesson for some cricket themed maths learning.

Week 5 – At Home Activity

For pupils who are at home, teachers can send Chance to Shine’s weekly skills challenges to do at home with parents.  If you are a parent, or an individual, check out the video above, and the explanation guides below and start having fun right away.

Parents… to support maths learning whilst keeping active, why not try the Captain Co-ordinates, which encouraged children to develop their calculation skills.

Week 4 – At Home Activity

Week 3 – In School Activity

For those who still have pupils in school, why not try to fit a Chance to Shine session into your plan for the week. The Schools Portal has all the digital resources you need, with lesson plans, explanations videos and top tips from the pros.

Week 3 is the Super Striker batting session (KS1, LKS2 and UKS2) or Week Two Bowling (KS3). Check out the session plans via the buttons below, and head to the portal for all the other resources to run the session.  Teachers… why not also try the ‘In or Out’ session for some cricket-themed maths learning.

Week 3 – At Home Activity

For pupils who are at home, teachers can send the first of Chance to Shine’s weekly skills challenges to do at home with parents.  If you are a parent, or an individual, check out the video above, and the explanation guides below and start having fun right away.  The best bit is, the Super Striker challenge is easy to play and, as you will see in the video, if you do not have cricket equipment, can be played using everyday things you will find around the house or in the garden (ask permission first).

Parents… to support literacy learning whilst keeping active, why not try the In or Out maths themed cricket lesson, which encouraged children to develop their calculation skills.

Week 2 – In School Activity

For those who still have pupils in school, why not try to fit a Chance to Shine session into your plan for the week. The Schools Portal has all the digital resources you need, with lesson plans, explanations videos and top tips from the pros.

This week, try the Brilliant Bowler session (KS1, LKS2 and UKS2) or Week Two Fielding (KS3). Check out the session plans via the buttons below, and head to the portal for all the other resources to run the session.  Teachers… why not also try the Crazy Commentator session for some cricket-themed literacy learning.

Week 2 – At Home Activity

For pupils who are at home, teachers can send the first of Chance to Shine’s weekly skills challenges to do at home with parents.  If you are a parent, or an individual, check out the video above, and the explanation guides below and start having fun right away.  The best bit is, the Brilliant Bowler challenge is easy to do and needs very little equipment.

Parents… to support literacy learning whilst keeping active, why not try the Crazy Commentator lesson. The lesson encourages pupils to commentate on the exciting Super Over from the 2019 Cricket World Cup Final.

For a new challenge every week, check out Chance to Shine’s Twitter, Facebook or Instagram page.

Week 1 – In School Activity

For those who still have pupils in school, why not try to fit a Chance to Shine session into your plan for the week. The Schools Portal has all the digital resources you need, with lesson plans, explanations videos and top tips from the pros.

This week, try the Cool Catcher session (KS1, LKS2 and UKS2) or Week One Batting (KS3). Check out the session plans via the buttons below, and head to the portal for all the other resources to run the session.  Teachers… why not also try the Cool Counter session for some active numeracy learning.

Week 1 – At Home Activity

For pupils who are at home, teachers can send the first of Chance to Shine’s weekly skills challenges to do at home with parents.  If you are a parent, or an individual, check out the video above, and the explanation guides below and start having fun right away.  The best bit is, the Cool Catcher challenge is easy to do and needs very little equipment.

Parents… to support numeracy learning whilst keeping active, why not try the Cool Counter lesson.

For a new challenge every week, check out Chance to Shine’s Twitter, Facebook or Instagram page.

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