Leeds United Foundation to help keep youngsters active whilst learning

Leeds United Foundation to help keep youngsters active whilst learning

Qualified coaches to set series of challenges for young students through BBC Super Movers.

The Leeds United Foundation are encouraging youngsters and families to stay active whilst they are learning at home over the next few weeks.

Through BBC Super Movers, which is linked to the Premier League Primary Stars programme, parents and teachers are able to gain access online to a whole host of fun and educational activities for young children to do at home or for those still going into schools.

The website is easy to use with a variety of subjects available for Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 learners.

The aim is to stay engaged with as many supporters and the wider community as possible to help keep everyone motivated and inspired. To help with this some of our Primary Education coaches at the club’s official charity will be setting a number of different challenges through online videos for children that can easily be done at home; all you’ll have to do is follow the accompanying link.

Make sure to keep an eye out for the challenges on the official Leeds United Twitter page, with the chance to win Leeds United certificates for supporters showcasing how they’re getting on, using the #LUFCSupermovers

The first challenge has already been set and we’re asking young fans to show us their very own Super Move. It doesn’t have to be complicated; it can be as simple as thinking of two simple actions and putting them together, then repeating them over and over again to keep the body moving. To find out more about the Super Move challenge, click here.

If you would like to use the BBC Super Movers website, for fun and engaging educational activities that help to keep you active, please click here.

For the official Leeds United Twitter, please click here and remember to #LUFCSupermovers.