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Friday 6K W2

Its Fridyay and the end of another week already. Well done on all your hard work this week. I'm so proud to see people sticking with it and being self motivated.




Workout courtesy of Harvey L. It's a tough one, I did it last night before bed. I was so tired afterwards; I went straight to sleep. ZZZZZZZZ.

(2 min warm-up)

  • 30 secs jogging on the spot
  • 30 secs lunges
  • 30 secs torso twists
  • 30 secs squats

Routine (repeat twice)

  • 30 secs plank
  • 30 secs rest
  • 30 secs tuck jumps
  • 30 secs rest
  • 30 secs mountain climbers (do a plank and then bring your knees up to your chest,left then right and repeat)
  • 30 secs rest
  • 30 secs star jumps
  • 30 secs rest

Stretch (2 mins)


  1. SATs companion or Mirodo - I've set a couple of tasks to complete. Follow the links to the website that you need to use.
  2. Please complete your story mountains for the Modern Arachne retelling. (send them over to the email address so I know where you are all up to - a photo is fine).
  3. I've got a comic template in Daily resources if you would find it easier to plan your ideas by making a comic strip with some nice drawing. My preferred approach.


  1. I've set some tasks on SATs companion and Mirodo to have a go at. It's not angles but a revisit to polish up some skills and make sure we still have them. That's all for today.
  2. If you would like to do a little more I have also uploaded a maths mystery to complete. Just something extra for those hungry ones out there.


  1. Watch the next tutorial for Soundation (video available after lunch, I had issues getting on Soundation last night). UPDATE: I'm having some trouble uploading the video. I'll keep trying but if not just continue to have a play around with the program.


  1. Obstacle course. Yesterday I had great fun creating an obstacle course in my back garden with my family for our P.E lesson. If you are lucky enough to have an outdoor space have a go at creating an obstacle course. If you don't have an outdoor space try creating an indoor obstacle course (something we do when it is raining).
  2. There is a little template that you can use to plan it and record your times in the Daily Resources or just free style it but try to include an obstacle that tests each of these skills below.


  • balance - (e.g.balance beams)
  • endurance - (e.g.obstacle jumps, stair climbs etc)
  • speed - (e.g.interval sprints)
  • accuracy - (e.g. throwing games, basketball etc)
  • flexibility- (e.g. limbo bar etc)
  • coordination - (e.g. hockey dribble, football skills etc)


Please send over some photos of your obstacle courses, I'd love to see them.


Have a great weekend and I'll see you all Monday


Mr K