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Dance Studio Rules Poster

Dance Studio Rules Poster

I display the dance studio rules on the door of the dance studio and inside of the dance studio to remind pupils of the expectations within their dance lessons.
samjball
GCSE PE REVISION MATCH UP AQA 2018 New Specification

GCSE PE REVISION MATCH UP AQA 2018 New Specification

An excellent resource which can be used as a revision tool for GCSE PE students. This specifically helps with less able students who struggle with understanding key terms. The presentation includes over 400 slides which cover each section of the GCSE PE syllabus including levers, planes and axis, the media and more.
joshybuck
Gymnastics Skill Descriptor (Years 7-11)

Gymnastics Skill Descriptor (Years 7-11)

How does the assessment rubric work? *Gymnastics Skill Descriptor * to be used for years 7-11. Produced in a user friendly format for both teachers and students alike. Accommodates both an attainment 8 format of assessment and (or) a sub level grading system. How does the assessment rubric work? •The difficulty of the skills are grouped from easy – hard. •The progress continuum along the left hand side indicates the main skills that each student at that age group should be able to perform. •The skill level number links to attainment 8 and should allow teachers to accurately calculate individual levels. Eg. Student ‘X’ in Year 7 is able to perform all the Year 7 skills in addition to 2 year 8 skills. His/ her level is therefore 4+4+4+4+4+5+5 /8= 4.4. From this you are able to see that this student is .4 above their expected grade level. • If using a sublevel grading system, the scores should be calculated using the following method. 1-2 skills from each table should result in a C or .3 being awarded e.g. If a student achieved 2 skills from the level 4 table, then their score is 4C or 4.3. If student is able to achieve 3-4 skills from a table, their score should be displayed as a B or .5. e.g. If a students achieved 4 skills from level 5 table, then their score should be displayed as 5B or 5.5. If all skills are achieved student should be award A or .8. e.g. a student who is able to perform all level 6 skills should be awarded a score of 6A or 6.8. Disclaimer Please note: Individual schools will have different demographics and cohorts. As such you may wish to change the grade boundaries/ expectations to make these more easily attainable or harder. This is done at the schools’ discretion. Furthermore, you may find that some students may not be able to perform all of their expected levels but yet still achieve 1 or 2 skills from other areas. This is unavoidable and as such requires you to use your professional judgement as to award the correct level. Like all assessment tools, this is fluid and can be adapted as and when you feel the need to.
andrewmarsh1988
Dance Skill Descriptor (Year 7-11)

Dance Skill Descriptor (Year 7-11)

How does the assessment rubric work? *Dance Skill Descriptor * to be used for years 7-11. Produced in a user friendly format for both teachers and students alike. Accommodates both an attainment 8 format of assessment and (or) a sub level grading system. How does the assessment rubric work? •The difficulty of the skills are grouped from easy – hard. •The progress continuum along the left hand side indicates the main skills that each student at that age group should be able to perform. •The skill level number links to attainment 8 and should allow teachers to accurately calculate individual levels. Eg. Student ‘X’ in Year 7 is able to perform all the Year 7 skills in addition to 2 year 8 skills. His/ her level is therefore 4+4+4+4+4+5+5 /8= 4.4. From this you are able to see that this student is .4 above their expected grade level. • If using a sublevel grading system, the scores should be calculated using the following method. 1-2 skills from each table should result in a C or .3 being awarded e.g. If a student achieved 2 skills from the level 4 table, then their score is 4C or 4.3. If student is able to achieve 3-4 skills from a table, their score should be displayed as a B or .5. e.g. If a students achieved 4 skills from level 5 table, then their score should be displayed as 5B or 5.5. If all skills are achieved student should be award A or .8. e.g. a student who is able to perform all level 6 skills should be awarded a score of 6A or 6.8. Disclaimer Please note: Individual schools will have different demographics and cohorts. As such you may wish to change the grade boundaries/ expectations to make these more easily attainable or harder. This is done at the schools’ discretion. Furthermore, you may find that some students may not be able to perform all of their expected levels but yet still achieve 1 or 2 skills from other areas. This is unavoidable and as such requires you to use your professional judgement as to award the correct level. Like all assessment tools, this is fluid and can be adapted as and when you feel the need to.
andrewmarsh1988
GCSE Dance Anthology Megamix

GCSE Dance Anthology Megamix

This resource is a music file that I created using audio clips from the 6 professional works from the dance anthology. The clips have been mixed together to create an anthology megamix. I have used the megamix within 2 of my uploaded resources (KS4 GCSE Dance Infra and Y9 GCSE Dance Taster Anthology). It can be used within lessons and/or used as the music for a performance piece. Enjoy!
samjball
Year 9 GCSE Dance Taster Bundle (38 Lessons!)

Year 9 GCSE Dance Taster Bundle (38 Lessons!)

This Bundle is for teachers of Dance preparing their Year 9 pupils for GCSE. The bundle contains: Y9 GCSE Dance Taster: Performance Breathe (6 lessons) Y9 GCSE Dance Taster: Performance Shift (6 lessons) Y9 GCSE Dance Taster: Choreography (12 lessons) Y9 GCSE Dance Taster: Anthology (14 lessons) Please see each individual resource for more information.
samjball
Year 9 GCSE Dance Taster: Anthology 14 lesson delivery PowerPoint and resources

Year 9 GCSE Dance Taster: Anthology 14 lesson delivery PowerPoint and resources

This year 9 GCSE Dance Taster: Anthology 14 lesson delivery PowerPoint has been created for teachers of Dance preparing their Year 9 pupils for GCSE. Within this SOW pupils will explore key motifs within each of the 6 GCSE dance anthology professional works: A Linha Curva Emancipation of Expressionism Artificial Things Shadows Infra Within Her Eyes I have included a music file within this resource which is a ‘megamix’ of clips from the 6 anthology works. Using the motifs from the anthology, a dance megamix can be choreographed to the music. I used this as a performance piece with my school performance evening. Each lesson comes with starters (bell activities) and lesson objectives. The SOW also includes a written homework task.
samjball
Y9 GCSE Dance Taster: Choreography 12 lesson delivery PowerPoint and Resources

Y9 GCSE Dance Taster: Choreography 12 lesson delivery PowerPoint and Resources

This year 9 GCSE Dance Taster: Choreography 12 lesson delivery PowerPoint has been created for teachers of Dance preparing their Year 9 pupils for GCSE. During lessons 1-6, pupils will explore a variety of different stimuli used in choreography e.g. 2D art and text. Pupils will learn how to create and develop motifs based on a stimulus, structure their choreographies and experimenting with choreographic devices. During lessons 7-12, pupils will choose from a list of stimuli (based on the actual GCSE component 1 exam paper), take part in research tasks and choreograph their own group choreography. At the end of the SOW, pupils will be assessed using the GCSE choreography mark sheet. Each lesson comes with starters (bell activities) and lesson objectives. The SOW also includes: Homework 1 – Choreography exam style questions (based on section A of the written dance exam paper) Homework 2 – Programme note with examples. Choreography help sheet (I advise printing this out back to back and laminating for each group) Research task (theory lesson). Please note, the video included in the PowerPoint is from Eaqa. You can use your own example video if you prefer.
samjball
Foundation Phase Line Dance Planning

Foundation Phase Line Dance Planning

A sequence of 6 lessons teaching some basic line dance steps with links to videos included. Welsh curriculum links included. I plan to use this with my reception class (perhaps a bit optimistic!) but more time can always be spent reinforcing the steps learned. There are two complete dances covered (3 lessons per dance) but a single dance could be stretched across 6 lessons if more practice is needed. Different songs can of course be used however I have chosen Ghostbusters OR I Like To Move It for the first (similar tempo) and Cotton Eyed Joe for the second. Line dancing for kids. Kindergarten, reception, year 1, year 2, year 3
CreativeClass13
Design your own PE game

Design your own PE game

This resource is for students to create their own PE game, their own kit and they can create their own quiz for the sport or team. Can be used for cover or wet weather lessons for both ks3 and ks4.
Amyrussa
Gymnastic Balance and Movement Resources

Gymnastic Balance and Movement Resources

These resources are partner and group balance worksheets which aid students to create routines and sequences for a gymnastics lesson. These resources can be used for ks3 or ks4 students.
Amyrussa
Create your own sports day theory lesson PE

Create your own sports day theory lesson PE

Resource content is can be used for all ages, key stage 1 all the way to key stage 4 for project work, cover work or wet weather lessons in core PE. Activities include: Choosing a theme for the day selecting events that are going to be involved designing the medals where the events take place on the track emailing a professional athlete to present medals to winners creating a poster to promote their event to parents/family outside of school.
Amyrussa
Gymnastics Tutorial Videos

Gymnastics Tutorial Videos

Watch a FREE selection of our gymnastics video tutorials, containing a wide variety of gymnastics skills to help you with your lessons. Also included is a clip from one of our master class workshops, where we cover the fundamentals of teaching gymnastics in schools. We hope you and your pupils find these videos helpful, please consider leaving us some feedback. For more inspiring educational resources visit <strong><a href=“https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/HeadOverHeels</a”>Head Over Heels Gymnastics Shop</a></strong> This link will take you to our Gymnastics Floor Skills Worksheets: <strong><a href=“https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/gymnastics-skills-by-head-over-heels-gymnastics-11785838”>Head Over Heels Gymnastics Skills</a></strong>
HeadOverHeels
Year 3 Gymnastics Lesson Plans

Year 3 Gymnastics Lesson Plans

Collection of 6 lesson plans for Year 3 children. Broken down into easy to teach snippets of the lesson, including the learning intention, activity, signs of success and evaluation. These lesson plans are linked to the popular Head Over Heels Gymnastics resources. New to teaching or and experienced teacher you will find these easy to use plans a great asset to your planning. For more inspiring educational resources visit <strong><a href=“https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/HeadOverHeels</a”>Head Over Heels Gymnastics Shop</a></strong> This link will take you to our Gymnastics Floor Skills Worksheets: <strong><a href=“https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/gymnastics-skills-by-head-over-heels-gymnastics-11785838”>Head Over Heels Gymnastics Skills</a></strong>
HeadOverHeels
4 KS2 Tribal Dance lessons

4 KS2 Tribal Dance lessons

Four lessons for KS2 students using the theme of Tribal Dance - linking to the Haka and African dance. The lessons come in a simple step-by-step format with the first exploring different formations & analysing the types of action typically found in traditional tribal dances like the Haka. The following lesson uses Question & Answer to communicate the competitive situation. The third lesson uses contrast and complement to create a battle & the final lesson reflects celebratory dances of Africa. All the lessons come with a suggestion for the music that could be used and they can be linked to create a narrative dance. There are links to examples on YouTube to help you illustrate the cultural links - but the lessons do not require the teacher to dance - but please feel free to do so if you feel confident!
clairepring
PE and Games Resources (KS1 and KS2)

PE and Games Resources (KS1 and KS2)

Comprehensive set of resources covering the vast majority of areas in PE/Games for KS1/2 including: Dance Orienteering Invasion Games Rugby Tennis Netball Football Volleyball Circuit Training Hockey Gymnastics Frisbee Cricket Parachute Aussie Rules Planning, skills and non-participation activities
LeeBakerLegion
Dance Poster

Dance Poster

This poster is A4 and includes a range of dance key terms. Can be used to decorate a work space or in lessons to remind pupils of key words and actions. I have also used the card as an AfL tool with peer-assessment.
c_payne5936
SEND Gymnastics Lesson Plans x8

SEND Gymnastics Lesson Plans x8

8 Individual Gymnastics Lesson Plans to be taught to students with SEN (Mild Learning Difficulty). The 8 sessions can be spread over a whole term and look at steadily increasing the complexity of Gymnastics week on week. Each session includes a resources guide.
GoldSEN
PACE SETTING LESSON - 800M

PACE SETTING LESSON - 800M

PACE SETTING - 800m Times broken down from 100m - 200m - 400m - 800m Gives students a simple to understand of times they need to achieve their chosen time.
stanleypark1
PROCESSIONS Women’s Suffrage, democracy and gender equality exploration

PROCESSIONS Women’s Suffrage, democracy and gender equality exploration

Inspired by the ideas, themes and history behind PROCESSIONS https://www.processions.co.uk/, our aim is for this resource to be a starting point for your pupils/students to explore and learn about the history of Women’s Suffrage, democracy and gender equality. We have created some simple and easy to follow activities to include in your teaching plans, which will encourage your pupils/students to develop historical knowledge and awareness of Women’s Suffrage as well as offering an opportunity to discuss gender equality within today’s context. Activities encourage responses through discussion, movement, debate, music and visual art. The resources are primarily designed for Years 5-8 in England and Wales, Years 6-9 in Northern Ireland and P6-S2 in Scotland, but they’re easily accessible for lower and upper age ranges. We want to encourage your pupils/students to explore their own views and opinions on gender equality today, as well as gaining an understanding about the importance of democracy and using your vote. Only 57% of 18-19-year olds voted in the last election (source YouGov website) and we want this project to encourage young people to vote in the future and inspire them to have their voice heard. This resource pack provides creative ideas as to how to work with your pupils/students. It is modular so it can be followed through from beginning to end or activities can be picked out and used individually. At times you might work with the class as a whole and at other times you may task smaller groups with the different activities provided. We have suggested subject links as part of each activity to help make useful connections with your teaching plans. These activities when paired with our banner-making toolkits will give your students/pupils stimuli and inspiration for the content of their banners. We would love schools to take part in the PROCESSIONS on the 10th of June, but acknowledge that this may not be possible for all, so we want to stress that this pack can be used before or after the event and used to inspire pupils, students and teachers using the themes and ideas behind PROCESSIONS. Produced by Artichoke and commissioned by 14-18 NOW, the UK’s arts programme for the First World War centenary, PROCESSIONS will commemorate 100 years since the first women in the UK won the vote. On Sunday 10th June 2018, thousands of women and girls, those who identify as women and non- binary individuals, will form four epic processions in the four political capitals of the UK – Belfast, Cardiff, Edinburgh and London. Given green, white or violet to wear, the colours of the suffrage movement whose initials stood for “Give Women Votes”, they will together create waves of colour as they celebrate the centenary of women’s suffrage.
louise_dennison1
Firework dance lessons KS1 & 2

Firework dance lessons KS1 & 2

Creative dance lessons in a step by step format for those under confident with teaching dance. The lessons include ‘Sparklers’, ‘Rockets’, ‘Helicopters, Pistils and Comets’ & ‘Guy Fawkes’. The lessons come with a suggestion for music that is easily sourced via the internet. The lessons include guidance for the teacher - e.g. when to add music, the sort of feedback you might give and how you might arrange sharing/feedback opportunities. If you require any further information or support please feel free to email me - my address is included with the notes. Each lesson has been tried and tested in a number of primary schools & they do not require the teacher to dance a step!
clairepring
Primary PE Assessment Pack

Primary PE Assessment Pack

This pack extensively covers everything you need to assess attainment and track progress in Primary PE. If you are a PE Coordinator in your school then this is perfect for you.
davidfootywizard27
Early Years & Primary PE Report Comment Bank

Early Years & Primary PE Report Comment Bank

Comment bank for writing EY & KS PE reports. Comments include: Intro/ Summary Effort Motor Skills Fitness Physical Health Sport specific Sports teams Working with others Settle into school To use- please copy and paste into SchoolReportWriter: https://schoolreportwriter.com/school-report-comments-bank-sharing.php Example: Pupil A is a friendly and enthusiastic member of the class who has shown great improvement in his confidence levels this year. He has worked well during practical lessons and has shown skill progression in all areas. Pupil A has excelled in cricket. It would be great to see him continue this outside of school. He has continued to play for the school sports teams and shown pride in representing the school. Pupil A has been a pleasure to teach so far this year and with continuation of his positive attitude and work ethic he should excel.
davidfootywizard27
GCSE PE (OCR) - Pupil Assessment & Monitoring Program - 2 Versions!

GCSE PE (OCR) - Pupil Assessment & Monitoring Program - 2 Versions!

UPDATED: Tue 21/5/18! GCSE PE (OCR): Two versions now available! Teacher Version: for individual teachers & their own group HoD Version: for the Head of Department to monitor & keep overall records of the GCSE PE cohort (up to 120 pupils) Raw marks / grade boundaries are built in & will be updated in August! Features: Create Group & Pupil Profiles (an overview) Assessment Tracking Zone, including… ALL Theory, Practical & Analysing & Evaluating Performance assessments calculated automatically by the program Automated calculation of separate year assessments & overall assessments (also RAG rated vs targets) Theory Exam Predictor Zone (automated %'s needed to hit target & various grades) Progress Monitoring (to cover all years of the course, including Yr 9 if applicable) Pupil Interventions (record, date & evidence throughout the entire course) Practical & Analysing & Evaluating Performance Tracking (keep records & assessments of activities covered throughout the entire course) Classwork & Homework Tracking (record classwork, homeworks & marking / results throughout the entire course) I will update all raw marks / scaling factors / grade boundaries in August, after the first run of the new course summer exams. Please… If you are not sure this program is for you / your department, find the free trial version in my shop first & try it! It’s really important that you enable ‘macros’ if Excel asks you to do so! Have a play with the program and follow the instructions inside (some are in yellow pop-up text boxes). The idea is that the program does most of the work for you! I welcome constructive criticism. If you think it can be improved please let me know! I’m sorry this full version of the program is not free! There is a one-off licence fee (either Individual or School), but it is considerably less than alternative programs on-line (they charge one year or multi-year subscriptions which are far more expensive)! In addition, every updated version of this program will be FREE to customers who have purchased this full version! Please Note! The Core PE Pupil Assessment Tracking & Intervention Program is currently in my TES shop right now! Thank you for looking at my GCSE PE - Complete Pupil Assessment & Monitoring Program. RobDav.
RobDav999
Early Years PE Planning Matrix

Early Years PE Planning Matrix

This is a quick planning matrix which I use when I need to organise a quick lesson for Early Years. Not all the activities will be clear to to others. If you would be interested in me creating a more detailed pack with information about how to set-up and run each activity then please comment below.
davidfootywizard27
Progress Tracker for Primary PE

Progress Tracker for Primary PE

This resource is designed to be used alongside my other Primary PE Assessment resources. Target levels (1-5) are set from pupil’s baseline assessment. At the end of each unit the teacher assessments (using the in-class assessment resource) are inputted. Pupil’s average score determines their progress for the year. Pupils progress is then highlighted to clearly indicate progress: *Red- 1 or more levels below target level *Orange- Up to 0.5 levels below target level *Green- Up to 0.5 levels above target level *Purple- 1 or more levels above target
davidfootywizard27
Level Certificates for Primary PE

Level Certificates for Primary PE

These certificates are designed to be used alongside my other Primary PE Assessment resources. I have created a template on Canva which you can access and edit as appropriate for you and your school. Link to certificates here: https://www.canva.com/design/DACtkfyl-j8/view
davidfootywizard27
In Lesson Assessment Sheets for Primary PE

In Lesson Assessment Sheets for Primary PE

This resource is designed to be used alongside my other Primary PE Assessment resources. Levels are written for Years 1-6 and broken down into skill, tactic, evaluation and fitness components for the following topics: -Athletics -Dance -Gymnastics -Invasion -Net & Wall -Striking & Fielding The sheets are designed to be used by the teacher for assessing during a practical class.
davidfootywizard27
GCSE PE (AQA) - Pupil Assessment & Monitoring Program - 2 Versions!

GCSE PE (AQA) - Pupil Assessment & Monitoring Program - 2 Versions!

UPDATED: Tue 21/5/18! GCSE PE (AQA): Two versions now available! Teacher Version: for individual teachers & their own group HoD Version: for the Head of Department to monitor & keep overall records of the GCSE PE cohort (up to 120 pupils) Raw marks / grade boundaries are built in & will be updated in August! Features: Create Group & Pupil Profiles (an overview) Assessment Tracking Zone, including… ALL Theory, Practical & Analysis of Performance assessments calculated automatically by the program Automated calculation of separate year assessments & overall assessments (also RAG rated vs targets) Theory Exam Predictor Zone (automated %'s needed to hit target & various grades) Progress Monitoring (to cover all years of the course, including Yr 9 if applicable) Pupil Interventions (record, date & evidence throughout the entire course) Practical & Analysis of Performance Tracking (keep records & assessments of activities covered throughout the entire course) Classwork & Homework Tracking (record classwork, homeworks & marking / results throughout the entire course) I will also update all raw marks / scaling factors / grade boundaries in August, after the first run of the new course summer exams. Please… If you are not sure this program is for you / your department, find the free trial version in my shop first & try it! It’s really important that you enable ‘macros’ if Excel asks you to do so! Have a play with the program and follow the instructions inside (some are in yellow pop-up text boxes). The idea is that the program does most of the work for you! I welcome constructive criticism. If you think it can be improved please let me know! I’m sorry this full version of the program is not free! There is a one-off licence fee (either Individual or School), but it is considerably less than alternative programs on-line (they charge one year or multi-year subscriptions which are far more expensive)! In addition, every updated version of this program will be FREE to customers who have purchased this full version! Please Note! The Core PE Pupil Assessment Tracking & Intervention Program is currently in my TES shop right now! Thank you for looking at my GCSE PE - Complete Pupil Assessment & Monitoring Program. RobDav.
RobDav999
GCSE PE (Edexcel) - Pupil Assessment & Monitoring Program - 2 Versions!

GCSE PE (Edexcel) - Pupil Assessment & Monitoring Program - 2 Versions!

UPDATED: Tue 21/5/18! GCSE PE (Edexcel): Two versions now available! Teacher Version: for individual teachers & their own group HoD Version: for the Head of Department to monitor & keep overall records of the GCSE PE cohort (up to 120 pupils) Raw marks / grade boundaries are built in & will be updated in August! Features: Create Group & Pupil Profiles (an overview) Assessment Tracking Zone, including… ALL Theory, Practical & PEP assessments calculated automatically by the program Automated calculation of separate year assessments & overall assessments (also RAG rated vs targets) Theory Exam Predictor Zone (automated %'s needed to hit target & various grades) Progress Monitoring (to cover all years of the course, including Yr 9 if applicable) Pupil Interventions (record, date & evidence throughout the entire course) Practical & PEP Tracking (keep records & assessments of activities covered throughout the entire course) Classwork & Homework Tracking (record classwork, homeworks & marking / results throughout the entire course) I will also update all raw marks / scaling factors / grade boundaries in August, after the first run of the new course summer exams. Please… If you are not sure this program is for you / your department, find the free trial version in my shop first & try it! It’s really important that you enable ‘macros’ if Excel asks you to do so! Have a play with the program and follow the instructions inside (some are in yellow pop-up text boxes). The idea is that the program does most of the work for you! I welcome constructive criticism. If you think it can be improved please let me know! I’m sorry this full version of the program is not free! There is a one-off licence fee (either Individual or School), but it is considerably less than alternative programs on-line (they charge one year or multi-year subscriptions which are far more expensive)! In addition, every updated version of this program will be FREE to customers who have purchased this full version! Please Note! The Core PE Pupil Assessment Tracking & Intervention Program is currently in my TES shop right now! Thank you for looking at my GCSE PE - Complete Pupil Assessment & Monitoring Program. RobDav.
RobDav999
Year 2 Gymnastics Lesson Plans

Year 2 Gymnastics Lesson Plans

7 Gymnastics Lesson Plans designed for Year 2 age children in mind. Broken down into Learning Intention, Activity, Signs of Sucess, Evaluation and Improvement Opportunities for easy use. New to teaching or an experienced teacher you will find new ideas to add or adapt into your lessons. We have lots of inspiring educational resources for you t see more visit our shop with this link <strong><a href=“https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/HeadOverHeels</a”>Head Over Heels Gymnastics Shop</a></strong> Just one of our great resources for teachers is this on; Gymnastics Floor Skills Worksheets: <strong><a href=“https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/gymnastics-skills-by-head-over-heels-gymnastics-11785838”>Head Over Heels Gymnastics Skills</a></strong> We hope this helps you with your teaching and ask that you take a visit to our website; www.headoverheelsgymnastics.co.uk
HeadOverHeels