Brompton Westbrook Primary School

Kings Bastion, Brompton, Gillingham, Kent. ME7 5DQ

01634 844152

Key Stage 2 Sport

The ideas on this page are all suitable for keeping Key Stage 2 children physically active during the time that we have to stay at home.  We would love to see some photos so we can display them here.

Well-Being Wednesday

Year 6 is currently piloting our new in-school Well-Being Wednesday initiative.  Click on the link to see more details. 

We powered to the end of term by completing the Lancaster 500k Challenge as part of our Daily Mile.  Click the link to see our numeracy work.


New PE resources for 2021!

We have received some new PE resources which you might like to try out at home.

These resources below should help motivate you to continue doing your Daily Mile:

Daily Mile Bingo and Daily Mile Bingo Certificate

Look forward to Spring!

Take part in My Active Rainbow Challenge with the chance to win vouchers for our school.

Did you know we've been recognised for our ongoing commitment, engagement & achievement in the School Games Programme?  Keep up the good work, everyone!

Training Plans

Write yourself a training plan to follow, so you’re fit for school when you return.  Here’s an example:

Monday - Joe Wicks HIIT workout

Tuesday – 30 mins walk

Wednesday – Joe Wicks HIIT workout

Thursday – 30 mins bike ride

Friday – rest (help out around the house & review your training plan)

Saturday – Joe Wicks HIIT workout

Sunday – 60 mins walk

Use all the ideas below to make sure your training plan motivates you!  Perhaps you'll enjoy doing something different every couple of weeks.

You might like to have an end goal in mind, such as a virtual event like the Spitfire 10k we took part in when we were all in school.

Super Movers

As it's really important to stay active during this time when we can't participate in PE lessons at school, the BBC has put together a collection of videos which help children move while they learn.

Click this link here for some excellent ideas that support the children in their curriculum learning, including maths and English.  Use the KS2 videos.  You can even practise some French or Spanish!  

PE with Joe

We are actively supporting these Monday to Friday 9am workouts which can be accessed by clicking here.

Each time you complete one of these sessions, you will contribute to the NHS Charities Together fund.


Use this link here to access two-minute videos presented by PE teachers, posted on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 1pm. 

These videos focus on different aspects of the National Curriculum, meaning children can still develop their PE skills. 

There is no need for PE kit or sports equipment - everything needed can be found around the home.

6s children's ideas

Before we had to close, the children in 6s put together a series of ideas for keeping active at home.

Perhaps these will inspire you to think of your own.  Click here to see what they came up with!

Extra-curricular clubs

Our sports partners have also been busy posting skills-based videos.  These include a variety of workouts, football and table tennis skills.

Click here for New Generation Sports and here for Strive PE and Sport.

England Rugby School of Ruck

Are you ready to take on the Six Nations Grand Slam Challenge?

Click here to see rugby-based learning activities for children aged 7-9 years and here for children aged 9-11 years.

Do you know how 'The Cabbage Patch' relates to rugby?  Click here to find out for children aged 7-9 years and here for children aged 9-11 years. 

Read a story about lost lucky boots and undertake some activities based on it.

Recommended workouts

As a staff group, we are keen to stay active too.  We've added some links below to workouts we have 'enjoyed'!

Click here for a Zumba cardio workout (with options to lower or increase intensity).

Click here for an abs workout (with rest periods every 30 seconds) and here for an overall body workout (with a rest period after ten minutes).


Click here for a Pilates workout, if you prefer a more mindful and chilled start to your day, and here to stretch out with some yoga at the end of a busy day!

Water Safety

If you are planning a trip to the beach, where your children will be able to enjoy the open water for a swim or paddle, please make sure your children know how to FLOAT – this will help save their life if they should fall into open water, or get into trouble while playing in the water.  A video showing children how to float is here.

The resources below will help you reinforce the message about how to stay safe at the beach.

Spot the Dangers

Water Safety Passport and Guidance Notes

Water Smart Leaflet

Key Messages Poster

KS2 Certificate