Activities for children

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Activity Information

The Department of Health recommends that all children and young people aged 5 – 18 years should engage in moderate to high intensity physical activity for at least 60 minutes and up to several hours every day.

Types of activities

Unstructured (children) – indoor or outdoor play, active travel

Unstructured (young people) – social dancing, active travel, household chores, temporary work

Structured (children and young people) – organised small sided games with equipment that maximises success, educational instruction, sport and dance

Muscle strengthening and bone health (children) – activities that require children to lift their weight or work against a resistance, jumping or climbing combined with large apparatus or toys

Muscle strengthening and bone health (young people) – resistance type exercise, during high intensity sport, dance or water-based activities, weight resistance training in gyms

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Castle Place Leisure Centre

Level 5a, Multi-storey Car Park, Trowbridge, BA14 8AL

Isambard Sports Hall

Isambard Sports Hall, Isambard School, , Redhouse, Swindon, SN25 2AN
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Matt Hill Systema

Matt Hill Systema, Unit S3, , Avonside Enterprise Park, New Broughton Road, , Melksham, , SN12 8BT

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