Get active with Great British Week of Sport!Posted on 21 September 2020
This week is Great British Week of Sport so there's no better time to get active with your family!
Want to get involved? Keep up to date with our social media channels and find lots of activities you can get involved with on the Great British Week of Sport website.
This week's prize - double dutch skipping rope!Posted on 20 September 2020
If your team beats their weekly goal this week you'll automatically be entered into a prize draw to win a double dutch skipping rope!
Make sure to sign up to our families mailing list to be in the running (scroll to the bottom of the page)!
Try Duster Dodge at home this week!Posted on 15 September 2020
When the weather is rainy and you need to stay indoors, play Duster Dodge with your whole family! Make sure to adapt it to keep yourself safe.
You can also download the Tokyo Ten Duster Dodge activity sheet
The McMillan's have been hillwalking!Posted on 11 September 2020
Why not get outdoors and get active just like the McMillans!
Can you take on Anthony's challenge?Posted on 09 September 2020
Travel to Tokyo ambassador Anthony Ogogo has set you a 20 second boxing challenge. Can you beat him? Make sure to share your attempts using #TTTYourWay
Don't stop getting active!Posted on 07 September 2020
The summer holidays may be over but that shouldn't stop you getting active and logging activity to your team to beat your weekly goal and win amazing prizes!
Stuck for an idea? How about creating your own Travel to Tokyo cheer leading routine with our Tokyo Ten Cheer Up
Some open water fun!Posted on 03 September 2020
See how the Edie family have been getting active in the water last week!
We love seeing how you are getting active. Keep sharing to be featured on this page #TTTYourWay
Summer prize draw: NOW CLOSEDPosted on 01 September 2020
This summer we’re giving away three Nintendo Switch & Ring Fit Adventure games to help keep families active at home.
Any eligible families who logged activity using our special link during August will be in the running. Winners will be contacted in September so keep your fingers crossed and keep getting active and logging activity!
Check out Will Bayley's lockdown video diary!Posted on 28 August 2020
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Hear how the Cross family are getting active!Posted on 28 August 2020
@GetSetCommunity we have had our most active week in a long time A walk at airaforce, climbed catbells and a long cycle at lowther castle #TTTYourWay loving getting active together My son has also finally got back to football training and swimming lessons! pic.twitter.com/cGx2jgfjnC— Gemma Cross (@GemXCross) August 17, 2020
Get active whatever the weather!Posted on 26 August 2020
British weather can be very unpredictable, but don't let that stop you getting active! Try our Active Challenge "Outdoor Adventure and discover how to have fun outdoors come rain or shine.
Waterskiing 5 year oldPosted on 24 August 2020
My son Frank(5 years old, Kempsford Primary School) is learning waterskiing. We are extremely active family and Frank is now learning the summer version of his favourite sport
Need ideas to get active?Posted on 19 August 2020
Try our Summer Holidays Activity Pack. It's packed full of fun ways to get moving outdoors. Perfect for the whole family!
Olympic boxer Anthony Ogogo's video diaryPosted on 16 August 2020
Take a look back in time to see how our Travel to Tokyo Ambassador got active during lockdown.
Go on a colour themed treasure trail!Posted on 12 August 2020
Looking for something to do this summer? Get inspiration from a Tokyo Ten activity like Rainbow Trail.
Rainbow Trail is a fun way to explore your local park. All you need is some free colour charts from your local hardware shop. See if you can match colours in nature to your chart!
Summer prize draw: WIN a Nintendo Switch!Posted on 10 August 2020
This summer we’re giving away three Nintendo Switch & Ring Fit Adventure games to help keep families active at home. Simply log a physical activity by the 31st August and you’ll be entered into our prize draw for the chance to win!*
*Promotion is open to young people between the ages of 5 to 11 in the United Kingdom and their immediate families. See our Terms and Conditions for more details.
Check out Paralympic Thrower Stephen Miller's training challengePosted on 06 August 2020
Looking for fun ways to keep active? Here’s my training challenge for you to try! Have a go at home with your family and let me know how you get on. And if you haven’t already, join @GetSetCommunity and their #TravelToTokyo programme for more fun ways to keep active. pic.twitter.com/0G1cBosXok— Stephen Miller (@hailfabio) June 19, 2020
Try this game idea from our communityPosted on 04 August 2020
Simple game idea! Scrunch up a little ball of paper (A4). Place it on your hand and start bouncing it up and down on your hand. You can only use one hand and have to count how many bounces and figure out you high score!
Pupil from Thomas's London Day School, Battersea
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Learn to play table tennis with the British Paralympic team!Posted on 29 July 2020
Try these three challenges and you'll be a table tennis star in no time!
Can you handle our Table Tennis Challenge? Don't forget to log this activity with #TraveltoTokyo to win prizes and be part of the @GetSetCommunity #TTTYourWay Find out more: https://t.co/X1togk19y5 @megshackleton @Ashman1995_tt @Rosswilsontt pic.twitter.com/WSCVT3uf5l— British Para TT (@BritishParaTT) July 21, 2020
NEW FILM: Kit CollectorPosted on 27 July 2020
We have just released a brand new film called Kit Collector. Take a tour of adidas headquarters and the National Paralympic Heritage Trust to discover how kit and equipment has changed over time!
The film goes with PowerPoints and activity sheets to help keep you active.
Dwr-y-Felin Comprehensive School's families are getting activePosted on 23 July 2020
Family completes a garden obstacle course! Sister and brother did it together and tried to beat their times.
Can you take on Will Bayley?Posted on 21 July 2020
Try Paralympic Table Tennis athlete Will Bayley's 20 second challenge. How many times can you hit the ball in 20 seconds?
Hey guys together with @GetSetCommunity I’ve been making some videos to keep you active and entertained at home here is an example of one ☝️ #TTTYourWay #TravelToTokyo— Will Bayley MBE (@WillBayleytt) July 21, 2020
I challenge @Rosswilsontt @davidweir2012 @AliJawad12 3 Paralympic legends pic.twitter.com/UhkFxB4mcQ
Check out Grange Academy Primary's fantastic end of term resultsPosted on 19 July 2020
Fantastic work everyone. Don't forget to keep getting active and logging your activity at home over the summer holidays!
Our final Travel to Tokyo results before the Summer holidays! Well done to all classes who have been active with your families at home! @MerseysideSport @Halton_SG @GetSetCommunity #TTTYourWay pic.twitter.com/5UKfffHwAP— The Grange Academy Primary (@academy_grange) July 16, 2020
Try Keidoro - Japanese tag!Posted on 15 July 2020
When the weather is nice outside, play Keidoro with your whole family! Make sure to adapt it to keep yourself safe.
You can also download the Tokyo Ten Keidoro activity sheet
See how our ambassador Natasha Baker spent her lockdown, featuring Poppy the dogPosted on 13 July 2020
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A little video from #lockdown by our ambassador @nbakerpararider continuing her @paralympicsgb_official @getsetclub Travel To Tokyo journey 🇯🇵 • ‘Obviously with the lockdown lots of athletes haven't been able to get out training like they usually would. I know how lucky I've been during this period that I've been able to carry on riding 🐴 albeit not to full capacity. Find out what I've been getting up to during these few months. For those taking part in the Travel to Tokyo scheme make sure you log all your activities 😄 #TTTYourWay’ . 📷 @nbakerpararider . #paralympic #traveltotokyo #getset #paralympicsgb #ambassador #keepactive #horseriding #dogwalking #wheelchairuser #paralympian #motivationalspeaker #goldmedalwinner #activity #videodiary
Swanage St Mark's Church of England Primary School tries Random RoutinesPosted on 10 July 2020
Our pupil pods enjoyed taking part in Random Routines. What I thought would be a two minute activity took all break time as they wanted to play again and again. At lunch time the group decided to use two dice and multiply the numbers to set the number of skips they should do. All our pupils have their own skipping rope and tennis ball and are taking part in St Mark's Super Skills every day.
Why not try the Tokyo Ten Random Routines yourself!
Ask an Athlete!Posted on 08 July 2020
It's Welsh Paralympian Olivia Breen's turn in the question chair. Reply to her post with all your questions by 9th July and look out for her video reply!
I’ve teamed up with @GetSetCommunity for #AskTheAthlete I want to hear your questions!Ask me about staying active, training, competition days, etc. Whatever your question, ask me by July 9 (TAG me & @GetSetCommunity) & I will pick some to answer! #TTTYourWay @BritAthletics pic.twitter.com/QVbMgITiVg— oliviabreen (@BreenOlivia) July 8, 2020
Nma from St Mark's C.E. Primary School shares how she is getting activePosted on 06 July 2020
I am Nma and I'm six years old, I enjoy riding bikes with my family! Also I like seeing different places and it's so fun! I recommend for the people at home that are bored.
St Anne's Catholic Primary School get activePosted on 01 July 2020
St Anne's Catholic Primary School have been making some fantastic Olympic torches for their virtual sports week. You can hold your own sports day at home using our Home Sports Day pack!
Embracing our virtual sports week and finding out more about the #Olympics Today some children made their own Olympic torch. Why not make your own at home and spread the word about our 'Travel To Tokyo'? @GetSetCommunity #TTTokyo #TTTYourWay pic.twitter.com/UEOCsy0y73— St Anne’s Catholic Primary School (@StAnnesKnowsley) July 1, 2020
Ravenhurst Sports WeekPosted on 30 June 2020
During the week commencing 22 June, we here at Ravenhurst Primary School competed in a School Sports Olympic Games that celebrated both International Olympic Day and National Sports Week. We organised 10 sporting events for the children to do over the five days, having two activities each day. Due to COVID-19, there were limitations as to what kind of activities we could run, however, we came up with activities such as bottle flip, through the hoop and our event of the week, LEAKY CUP! The children represented their school house and competed in these events within their school bubbles. The children and staff took great please taking part in such a great week and thoroughly enjoyed both the physical challenges and the competition of each activity. Please see the attached pictures that shows our activities and the children/staff in action!
ASK AN ATHLETE!Posted on 29 June 2020
Thanks to everyone who sent in questions for British wheelchair athlete Kare Adenegan. See the video to hear her answers!
Thanks for getting active during International Olympic Day!Posted on 26 June 2020
We loved seeing so many of you getting active at home and at school during International Olympic Day. A big thank you from the whole Travel to Tokyo team for putting smiles on our faces :)
Below is just a small selection of our favourites.
Winner 🥇🇬🇧 pic.twitter.com/VpCtBSvymh— Diane Radford (@dianestar17) June 23, 2020
Our pupils celebrating International Olympic Day at home.— Torriano Primary (@TorrianoJuniorS) June 24, 2020
If you could be an athlete, who would you be? #OlympicDay @GetSetCommunity #NSSWtogether @YouthSportTrust @olympicchannel pic.twitter.com/UCwI86UAGc
Panthers have enjoyed taking part in the Olympic day today @GetSetCommunity the course included hoping, running, balancing, how far can you jump and zig zag #teampaget #olympicday #funforall #inclusionforall #outdoorlearning pic.twitter.com/VNvcpIFni7— Paget Primary (@PagetPrimary) June 23, 2020
Until we can train together again we’re keeping active with fun virtual activities #OlympicTorch parade & a run in Olympic ring colours 🇬🇧 🇯🇵 In person or virtually, #MiniMadRunners encompass friendship, excellence & respect like the OlympicValues! @GetSetCommunity #OlympicDay pic.twitter.com/8WWVd2mYa7— MadRunners (@Madrunners1) June 28, 2020
Get active with Anthony OgogoPosted on 23 June 2020
For International Olympic Day, Anthony Ogogo is challenging YOU to try his 20 minute workout!
Celebrate International Olympic DayPosted on 22 June 2020
June 23rd is International Olympic Day. Team GB will be posting loads of fun Travel to Tokyo activities from our fabulous Ambassadors. Follow @TeamGB on social media to keep up with all the action!
NEW ACTIVITIES: Home Sports DayPosted on 18 June 2020
Why not have a sports day at home this summer? Our new Home Sports Day pack has everything you need to get active and have fun at home as a family.
Beat the athletePosted on 16 June 2020
Watch Paralympic sprinter and long jumper Polly Maton attempting Jacob's challenge of toilet roll bowling. See if you can beat Polly's score!
Thank you for sending me your fantastic ideas for #TravelToTokyo! Jacob- I think loo roll bowling could become a new sport! See if you can beat my score (not very hard if you take my original attempt...) Remember to stay active and log your activity! #TTTYourWay @GetSetCommunity pic.twitter.com/CRTC5gYAQy— Polly Maton (@polly_maton) June 16, 2020
Red Hill Primary School are joining the journeyPosted on 15 June 2020
A big shout out to Red Hill Primary School for taking on the Travel to Tokyo challenge. Keep up the great work everyone!
I have signed our school up to the @GetSetCommunity challenge! Our challenge is to log 15 activities in 6 days. Can Redhill do it? Just click the link and find our school #redhillmovesmore #TraveltoTokyo #TTTyourway https://t.co/hpQ4VJuLQt— redhillprimaryschool (@redhillprimary1) June 15, 2020
Beat the athletePosted on 12 June 2020
See Jacob's winning entry for our Beat the athlete challenge. Polly will be posting her attempt soon!
Thankyou !! here is another one , hope you can beat it 👍 pic.twitter.com/S3citXoMVc— Natasha Coyne (@Bynatash) June 8, 2020
Ask an Athlete!Posted on 10 June 2020
British wheelchair athlete Kare will be answering your questions. Get involved on Twitter!
#AskTheAthlete 📢British wheelchair athlete @AdeneganK wants your questions!💬How often do you train? What do you eat after a race? Whatever your question, ask Kare by Thursday (TAG her & @GetSetCommunity) & she will pick some to answer!#TTTYourWay @ParalympicsGB @BritAthletics pic.twitter.com/djr30DN9QS— Get Set Club (@GetSetCommunity) June 9, 2020
Check out Travel to Tokyo Ambassador Laviai's video diary!Posted on 10 June 2020
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I’ve been very fortunate this year to be a @getsetclub Travel to Tokyo ambassador. Here’s a little video diary to share what I’ve been up to during this time 💙 Let me know what you’re up to, and if you can, make sure to upload your activity through Travel to Tokyo for a chance to win some great prizes! @getsetclub ❤️
COMING SOON: To a road near you...Posted on 09 June 2020
Next week Get Set will be featured on billboards across the country! Keep your eyes open and if you see one, take a selfie and tag @GetSetCommunity to win a prize!
Bracoden Primary are getting active – great work guys!Posted on 08 June 2020
NEW ACTIVITIES: Making Me HappyPosted on 05 June 2020
Here's some new activities for you! Our brand new ‘Making Me Happy’ Active Challenges are here to support your mental and physical wellbeing. Covering topics such as being kind to others and connecting with older people, these challenges can be used as a home learning activity or part of a classroom lesson. Try one today!
We're all one team!Posted on 05 June 2020
The Games may be postponed but the Travel to Tokyo challenge is not! Keep getting active with Team GB and ParalympicsGB and continue logging your activity.