For children aged 1 to 5 years
Our Sport Diddy Programme is about having fun, bonding and spending quality time together as a family. The 200 amazing challenges show you how to use sports to connect with your child and build their confidence.
For children aged 5 to 12 years
Our Primary School PE Challenges Programme has over 200 challenges to help children develop their sports skills at home and in school, igniting a life-long love of sport and being active.
For children aged 2+
Our Flipping Fantastic Programme has over 60 flip bottle challenges that will give everyone in your family hours of fun. It's amazing what you can do with some imagination and a bottle filled one third with water!
“PE Challenges is the perfect way to get children moving. Our pupils have absolutely loved having a go at the various challenges. This resource is amazing, I would highly recommend it!”Karen S (PE Co-ordinator, Richard Taylor Primary School)
“The challenges provide a blueprint for anybody who wants to start out on the right foot. The little dudes are pretty amazing!”Daniel Coyle (Author of The Talent Code)
“PE Challenges.com is a great way for children to stay active at home, consolidating their sporting abilities or growing in confidence in a familiar, no-pressure setting”Joel B (PE Coordinator, St Urbans, Leeds)
“This is the best/cutest thing I have ever seen :-) We need to see more parents doing this!”Natalie H (Sports Coach)
“Thanks for posting this! It's inspired me to set up some activities in the outdoor area of our infant school. Much appreciated! ”Jane T (Teacher)
“I am in total awe! Their skills are amazing and you are an amazing dad :-)”Mrs R (Yr 6 Teacher)
“Love this! I will be doing some of these with my kids #amazing #thank you”Jamie (Parent)
“Hi Stuart, from a fellow PE teacher I love what you do!”James G (PE Teacher)
“Wow! Incredible skills at such a young age! Thank you for sharing. This would make my junior school PE much easier if parents did this.”Liz S (Teacher)
“I have been following Stuart since reading a blog in 2013. I was drawn to his work because he developed a way to help your kid build fun skills with connection instead of judgement. He shows us how to use sports as an opportunity to connect with our children and build their confidence.”Casey (Athletic Development Coach)