This game can be a little boisterous and may not be suitable for people of a nervous disposition!
All but one person line up at one end of the room, with the remaining person in the middle.
The leader should explain that everyone except the person in the middle should put their hands on their heads. The leader should also explain that ‘hands on heads’ means both hands, and on top of the head – not on the neck.
When the whistle goes everyone shouts ‘charge’ and runs to the other end with the person in the middle catching them as they fly past. To be caught, one or both hands must be off the head, whether accidentally whilst running, or removed by the person in the middle.
Once caught, they join in the middle helping to catch others until everyone is caught.