Things to do at home

Stay active

NHS Fitness Studio has 24 instructor-led exercise videos to choose from. The exercise classes include aerobics, dancing and toning as well as exercises for people with health problems.

Over 65s 

The NHS advises that older adults should do some type of physical activity every day and they've published physical activity guidelines and activities for older adults

Make Movement your Mission from Later Life Training provides live 10 minute videos with functional movement to keep you active on the Later Life Training YouTube channel.

The Body Coach  

Joe Wicks, The Body Coach, has produced a number of short, fun workout videos. Get involved by searching The Body Coach TV on YouTube.  

Find more online exercise platforms with on-demand fitness content on the Sport England website

Children and young people 

Help your children fall in love with maths 

Created right here in Royal Greenwich by Grace Olugbodi, Race to Infinity is the multi-award-winning maths board game designed to help children fall in love with maths. 

The support provided by the Royal Greenwich maths skills initiative aims to help families by giving them invaluable tips, advice, and direction on how to support their children with maths. 

For fun maths workshops and your chance to win a copy of #RaceToInfinity, visit the Race to Infinity website.

Disney-themed activities 

This Girl Can has created some Disney dance-along videos as a fun way to sing and dance along to Disney classics at home. 

Help Bo Peep herd her sheep or try to find Forky with Change4Life's Disney-themed indoor games and activities. Many of these activities can be modified and enjoyed by children and young people with disabilities too. Change4Life has published advice about accessible activities.

Move and learn

BBC Super Movers lets children enjoy a whole world of free online videos and fun curriculum-linked resources to get them moving while they learn.

Cycle Confident have some creative ideas for indoor and outdoor bicycle related games and activities that the whole family can enjoy.

Get creative

Trinity Laban's Self Isolation Creation

Trinity Laban, London's Creative Conservatoire, are encouraging their staff, students and audience to share their artistic practices from home using the hashtag #SelfIsolationCreation, to highlight the resourcefulness of our community. Keep up with the campaign and find out how to take part.

South East London Wool and Textile Creative Hub 

Free creative and craft projects using cheap and easily sourced materials and recycling that you can do at home. They share vlogs, blogs and podcasts and host live video tutorials and activities for everyone to take part in. Get involved on their Facebook page

Support your mental wellbeing 

The March Network has pulled together the huge range of creative initiatives available to support our mental health and wellbeing during this period. Check out the great resources for creative isolation.