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GoldSEN: Specialising in PE for pupils with Special needs

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GoldSEN is a TES shop that specialises in providing resources for those teaching Physical Education, particularly pupils with SEN. Resources include sample lesson plans, medium term planning and assessment criteria. The resources cater for pupils with a range of needs.

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GoldSEN is a TES shop that specialises in providing resources for those teaching Physical Education, particularly pupils with SEN. Resources include sample lesson plans, medium term planning and assessment criteria. The resources cater for pupils with a range of needs.
House Competition infrastructure and sample competition
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House Competition infrastructure and sample competition

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This resource provides a teacher or school with ready made House System that students can achieve as an individual or as part of a team. The name of the Houses can be adjusted but Duck and Tigers provide students, particularly those of a primary school age with a recognizable icon and something that is very gimmicky. Works well with KS1 and SEN settings.
Whole School Competition
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Whole School Competition

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This resource pack is a comprehensive plan for any school looking to run an internal competition day in their school. The theme of the competition is the countries of the Commonwealth Games. This resource is ideal for Primary Schools or SEN specialist school. It includes an outline of the plan of the day and ideas for delivering the competitions. Pupils across the school will be split into two teams (northern hemisphere or southern hemisphere). Pupils will compete in their respective teams across the school to accrue points and prizes. Competitions using cross-curricular subjects will happen throughout the competition day. Subjects covered are: healthy living, Art, Music and DT/Science. The competitions have been differentiated for pupils from different age groups. This works well with Ofsted and Extra-curricular activities for promoting the school. This resource could work well for home learning.