Overview

Every challenge starts with a video demonstration by children of primary school age. Below the video is guidance on what to use if children don't have the right equipment at home, how to do the challenge indoors, and how to make it easier or harder. Our courses are divided up into 3 to 5 Levels, with each level usually having 5 challenges in it. Level 1 is the simplest level, and Levels 3-5 are the hardest.

Case Study

A Teacher's View

Joel Beaumont, PE Subject Lead at St Urban's Catholic Primary in Leeds, talks about how they've used PE Challenges to boost pupils' skills and activity levels.

What sports are covered?

Our 200+ challenges are arranged into courses covering Athletics & Exercise, Basketball & Netball, Cricket and Rounders, Football, Rugby, Tennis & Badminton, Throwing & Catching, and Volleyball.

Personal Best Challenges

And short surveys

Every 5th challenge in each course is a personal best challenge, where the children record their starting score and best score. This helps them really see the progress they are making. It also enables friendly competitions to be run across the school. In addition, regular short surveys encourage the children to reflect on what they have learnt.

Case Study

A Teacher's View

Lisa Noble, PE Specialist at St Andrew's Primary School in Aberdeenshire, talks about how they have used PE Challenges as a way to boost skills and activity levels at home and in school.

Case Study

A Teacher's View

Stuart Dawson, a teacher with substantial experience of teaching PE in the UK and abroad, talks about how he has used PE Challenges at the RAK Academy British School in Al-Rams, United Arab Emirates.