From the 4th May to 4th June, the Daily Boost will be encouraging schools to wiggle, shake, jump and twist throughout the day in our most recent, dance themed challenge to get pupils moving in a whole variety of ways.
There are opportunities to win prizes for your school as well as giving you the option to get involved with the Dance Competition, which could see your school representing your school district at the upcoming Summer Virtual School Games Championship.
Congratulations to everyone who took part in our 'Skip Into Spring' Challenge and put themselves in the running to become one of our Spring Term voucher winners! The winners were:
New School Sign-Up £50 Winner = Langmoor Primary School
Twitter Engagement 2 x £50 Winners = Riverside Community Primary School & Stonebow Primary School
Daily Boost Tracker Data Upload £100 Winner = Thythorn Field Community Primary School
Head over to 'Our Stories' section to read about each winning Spring Term school; how they got involved with the challenge, what Daily Boost is like for them and any top tips for other schools thinking of taking part!
The Daily Boost
The Daily Boost offers a flexible, evidence-based approach for children and young people in school to increase activity and meet the guidance for an improvement in their physical and mental health and wellbeing.
As pupils return to a very different school environment, the Daily Boost is a perfect opportunity to engage all children and young people in regular physical activity, whilst still adhering to the Government's and your own School's COVID-19 guidelines.
The 15 minutes of activity can be anything! Walk, run, skip, hop, dance, or simply do their favourite sport or activity that gets them active.
The activity can be before school starts, at lunchtime, after-school, or during the school day in an 'active lesson'.
The Daily Boost is free* and Schools will receive resources, rewards and access to log your activity for the Boost Tracker!
It's so simple to get involved!
*Due to funding there is a small charge for Leicester City and Rutland Schools.