Chance to Shine- Daily Challenges
Chance to shine Cricket challenges! The cricket season may be delayed- but that gives you the chance to practise your skills before it returns!!! Be creative if you need to adjust the equipment and playing area!
These challenges and accompanying videos are provided through the Chance to Shine Cricket portal. Parents may sign up free for the portal at
We would love to put pictures of you completing any of the challenges on our PE home learning gallery .
Send them to us at PEteam@thornhillsch.net
Don't forget there are also Chance to Shine, Freddie Fit, and realPlay challenges below as we as links to lots of other physical activities you and your family may enjoy!
You will be familiar with realPE from your curriculum PE lessons.
The website address and login details are as follows:
Parent email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Password : thornhillp
real PE at home includes an online programme to support pupils and support families to be active, play and learn together. It includes a programme specifically for children in Early Years and Key Stage 1 with 12 themes, 6 areas, over 250 activities and challenges and 1000s of hours of fun and activity. This programme is also great for family play and fun. It also includes a programme for children in Key Stage 2, with daily and weekly guidance provided for both programmes in addition to an option to choose your own themes and activities.
Southampton School Games Daily Challenge
Collectively, the Hampshire and Isle of Wight SGO's have produced a timetable of fun and engaging activities that all children can access and participate in, wherever they may be and whatever equipment they have access to. All activities are designed based upon achieving individual personal best.
Each week they will be rewarding students that achieve the most progression. The SGO s will also be offering prizes for schools that achieve the highest participation from students.
Finally, there will be daily updates and regular cross-curricular challenges that will be shared by the SGO's. These will include researching other countries and cultures and finding out about new Olympic sports, to name but a few.
The SGOs look forward to parents and children sharing photos and videos of all the activities they have taken part in. There may also be spot prizes for the best posts and tweets! Don't forget to use the #HSGDailyChallenge in your posts and tweets, as well as tagging your local SGO (@SouthamptonSGO) or Sports Partnerships so they can see what you are up to and the impact this challenge is having across Hampshire!
The link to the #HSGDailyChallenge initiative on social media platforms will be forwarded to parents by text.