Advice and activities outlined below should be followed in line with current government advice on coronavirus. Read more

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Create A List

Write down a list of things you would like to do with your family or friends.

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Get Active

“Try fitness videos online. There are lots of fun videos online for doing dancing, yoga, exercises and fitness challenges.” Screen Savers

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Make Time To Do Things Together

With your friends and families, set aside time to play board games, watch movies, do sports and activities such as crafting and cooking together.

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Let Tech Help

“Use technology to keep fit. Use fitbits or smartwatches to monitor steps or heart rate. Set yourself a steps challenge.” Screen Savers

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Take Your Pick

There are lots of different sports available – if there isn’t one you fancy, consider asking your teachers at school or your local community centre where there’s enough interest to set one up.

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Try A Team Sport

Join a team sport to stay fit and make new friends.

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It Doesn’t Have To Cost

Many activities are free for children and young people. Your school or local council website should have this information available.

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