Sport Relief Collection

Use official Sport Relief resources below to help your pupils to explore what it is all about. There’s assembly resources, anytime learning activities and curriculum-linked lesson plans that help your pupils understand why Sport Relief cash is so desperately needed and what they can do to help.

Sport Relief 2012 Sweatbands for Schools

  • Order Form to buy Sport Relief Sweatbands to sell at your school through our exclusive scheme.

Horrible Histories – The Sport Relief Report

  • The Horrible Histories team give a special report on the history of Sport Relief over the last decade.

Visit the Sport Relief page to find out more

More resources

Check out the resources below for more ideas and inspiration to help you prepare for Sport Relief

Primary

‘What is Sport Relief?’ - Primary Assembly

  • This film about Helen Skelton’s record-breaking Amazon Adventure, plus the accompanying script and presentation are great for assemblies.

Waybuloo Pipling Mask - Early Years Activity

  • Together with Waybuloo, we created some fun, healthy activities for your early years group.

Waybuloo Finger Puppet Show - Early Years Activity

  • Together with Waybuloo, we created some fun, healthy activities for your early years group.

A Safe Place - Primary video

  • This citizenship, curriculum-linked film will show your pupils how Sport Relief cash helps to provide a safe place for young people in the UK who feel threatened in their communities.

Why Water Matters - Primary Lesson Plan

  • This citizenship, curriculum-linked lesson plan includes a film and follow-on activities and is a great way for your pupils to discover the impact that a lack of access to clean water can have on children around the world.

Short film on the issue of water shortage

  • This short introductory film can be used with your assembly, or in the classroom, as an engaging way to show your pupils the massive impact that a lack of clean water has on many people’s lives.

Helen’s Skelton Polar Challenge

  • Travelling up to 14 hours a day across the coldest and windiest place on earth, the fearless Helen Skelton made it to the South Pole in just 18 days by ski, bike and kite.

Secondary

‘What is Sport Relief?’ - Secondary Assembly

  • This film about Eddie Izzard’s incredible marathon challenge, plus the accompanying script and presentation are great for assemblies.

Why Water Matters - Secondary Lesson Plan

  • This citizenship, curriculum-linked lesson plan includes a film and follow-on activities.

A Safe Place - Secondary Lesson Plan

  • This citizenship, curriculum-linked lesson plan includes a film and follow-on activities that will show your pupils how Sport Relief cash helps to provide a safe place for young people in the UK who feel threatened in their communities.

A Safe Place - Secondary video

  • This citizenship, curriculum-linked film that will show your pupils how Sport Relief cash helps to provide a safe place for young people in the UK who feel threatened in their communities.

Short film on the issue of water shortage

  • This short introductory film can be used with your assembly, or in the classroom, as an engaging way to show your pupils the massive impact that a lack of clean water has on many people’s lives.

Helen’s Skelton Polar Challenge

  • Travelling up to 14 hours a day across the coldest and windiest place on earth, the fearless Helen Skelton made it to the South Pole in just 18 days by ski, bike and kite.

Es-tu sportif?

  • Powerpoint and activities to help pupils answer the question, ‘Are you sporty?’ as well as little extra section on ‘What sport would you like to do?’ - suitable for high ability year 9 or year 10 classes.