Here you'll find a variety of resources that the Foundation has been collated to assist you with your physical and mental wellbeing that can be implemented easily at home and aimed at all ages.

Activity Packs

  • Foundation Daily Challenges - CLICK HERE - daily challenges set by our team for you to try at home & show us how you did
  • Foundation Kids Activity Pack - DOWNLOAD - created by Foundation Primary Education Officer, Luke Wilkins
  • Foundation Teenagers Activity Pack - DOWNLOAD
  • Foundation Adults Activity Pack - DOWNLOAD - created by Foundation Health & Wellbeing Manager, Hannah Marsh
  • Foundation Strength & Balance Exercise Pack - DOWNLOAD - created by Foundation Health & Wellbeing Instructor, Carol Clark
  • Foundation Walking Football Activity Pack - DOWNLOAD - created by Foundation Community Participation Manager, Lorna Wormald
  • Foundation Walking Football Exercise Pack - DOWNLOAD - created by Foundation Community Participation Manager, Lorna Wormald
  • Premier League Primary Stars (Education Resources To Use At Home) - CLICK HERE

Staying Active

The following has been created by our friends at Herts Sports Partnership with a variety of physical exercise examples and activities you can complete at home with minimal or no equipment - CLICK HERE

We encourage everyone to remain active where they can, whether that be completing tasks at home, going on walks, jogs or visiting parks. 

Whilst staying active please keep in mind the Government Guidance relating to social distancing - LATEST GUIDANCE HERE

  • SuperMovers (Get Kids Active & Their Brains Engaged) - CLICK HERE
  • FA SuperKicks App (Football Activities At Home) - CLICK HERE
  • Sport England #StayInWorkOut - CLICK HERE Tips, advice and guidance on how to keep or get active in and around your home. 
  • The Body Coach (Daily PE Lessons In Your Living Room) - CLICK HERE
  • This Mum Moves - CLICK HERE - National Lottery & Sport England funded project aimed at supporting women to be active during and after pregnancy

Looking After You

It is really natural that people may be feeling anxious or worried about the COVID-19 virus, especially if they have been asked to stay home, self-isolate etc. With that said, we have liaised with Mind in Mid Herts who have provided the following link for more information - CLICK HERE

This information covers:

  • Plans for staying at home or indoors
  • How to take care of your mental health and wellbeing
  • Check-list – are you ready to stay at home

Hertfordshire campaign JustTalk have created some fantastic resources for you to use at home in the form of their "5 Ways To Wellbeing" checklists, which you can download below:

Stevenage FC Coronavirus Community Careline

In light of the announcement of stricter measures and precautions being taken to protect those most vulnerable within our community, Stevenage Football Club has setup their Coronavirus Community Careline.

The careline will provide 4 key serices to our community during this tough time:

  • Foodbank Donations & Collections: The club will work with local Stevenage Foodbanks to encourage donations and collect items from people in self-isolation.
  • Community Kitchen: The Club’s kitchens will also be utilised to provide food for those in need, starting with an initial sandwich service, to provide food for those in most need.
  • Community Service: Local residents over 70 can call the helpdesk to log everyday requirements, ranging from picking up prescriptions to walking the dog. The helpdesk will then liaise with Stevenage staff and volunteers or local services.
  • Friendly Chat: Club staff will be on hand to take calls to provide a friendly ear and provide details of additional support services available.

The Careline will be live from Monday 23rd March and should you require assistance please dial 01438 222222.

For more information about the Careline - CLICK HERE

School Support

The Foundation has been informed by the Premier League and Department for Education that schools should only have staff from external organisations, such as the Foundation, on site where it is absolutely essential to enable them to stay open for children of critical workers and vulnerable children and to ensure those children are safe.

If your school requires staffing support in order to ensure that it remains open for provide such support then please contact us via [email protected] and we'll endeavour to assist.

Other Support

The Foundation will continue to update this page with more information that it finds over the coming weeks including other groups that may be able to provide support:

  • Stevenage COVID-19 Mutal Aid Facebook Group - local support for Stevenage residents via social mediaCLICK HERE
  • People For People: Stevenage - local community support network for Stevenage residents - CLICK HERE
  • TOTFest - the company are sharing loads of activities for tiny humans both online and ideas to do at home - CLICK HERE
  • Alzheimer's Society Information - local Alzheimer’s Society teams continue to provide information, support and guidance to those who need it - for the latest info - CLICK HERE