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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.
PE for SEN Pupils: Exercise SOW
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PE for SEN Pupils: Exercise SOW

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This 6 week unit is a Health Related Fitness unit for pupils with Mild Learning Difficulties. This unit has been created for pupils at Key Stage 3 and above who have access to fitness equipment such as Treadmills, Exercise Bikes and Rowing Machine. Included are an overarching aim for the unit, pupil outcomes and outlines for each session including activities and teaching points.
SEN Team Game: Bashball
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SEN Team Game: Bashball

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This resource is a lesson plan for an adapted SEN Team Game: Bashball. Bashball is essentially Rounders but without the bat or hard ball. Instead Bashball encourages the ‘basher’ to either kick or throw softer balls (e.g. size 4 football) from the ‘Basher spot’. Bashball can happen indoors or outdoors and works well for pupils who may find team sports or ball games difficult.
PE for SEN Pupils: Fitness
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PE for SEN Pupils: Fitness

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Includes 3 lesson plans around assessing the fitness of pupils with SEN (pupils with PMLD/SLD) and then some suggested fun activities for developing their fitness. This includes a results table for charting pupils progress (one for ambulant and one for non-ambulant pupils).
Boccia Lesson Plans & Assessment Sheet
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Boccia Lesson Plans & Assessment Sheet

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This resource of 5 individual Boccia lesson plans that have been adapted to work with those with Special needs. These lessons will also work with those who in mainstream who are being introduced to inclusive sports and require the lessons to have a variety of activities. Also included is a 10 point assessment sheet on Boccia
Badminton Key Stage 4 Resource
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Badminton Key Stage 4 Resource

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A resource for delivering Key Stage 4 Badminton. The lessons take a Sport Education focus to them with the aim of promoting the students to be more independent in the sessions and promoting them managing their own efforts. The resource has five very detailed individual lesson plans together with cover sheets (complete with 7 learning objectives and cross/curricular). Once the first five lessons have been delivered the format can be maintained for the rest of a term with the students becoming ingrained in the processes involved in the sessions.
Individual Rugby, Football and Gymnastic Lesson Plans
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Individual Rugby, Football and Gymnastic Lesson Plans

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This resource bundle provides 9 very detailed individual lesson plans for Gymnastics (4 plans), Rugby (3 Plans) and Football (2 Plans). The lesson plans have been written for those beginning these three sports in year 7 (Key Stage 3) for the first time. All lesson plans have a cover sheet with over 7 learning objectives for each session to choose from. This resource would work well with a PGCE student, NQT or a teacher teaching these subjects for the first time.
GCSE PE Lessons
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GCSE PE Lessons

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11 Individual GCSE PE Theory Lesson Plans. Topics for each lesson are: Lesson 1- Sports Session leader Lesson 2- Planning a sports Session Lesson 3- Exercise, Work & Body Type Lesson 4- Body types & optimum weight Lesson 5- Optimum weight and weight conditions Lesson 6- Optimum weight and specific activities Lesson 7- Assessing Risk & Using correct sporting equipment Lesson 8- CV System & blood pressure Lesson 9- Effects of Exercise on CV system Lesson 10- Systolic & Diastolic blood pressure & lifestyle choices on the respiratory system Lesson 11- The muscular System and RICE Lesson Plans have been developed in an SEN setting where there was a visual impairment so learning style maximizes kinasthetic learning. Sessions would work well for students with difficulty learning GCSE PE theory in a class based environment.
SEND Geography
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SEND Geography

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This resource has been developed in an SEND setting with the aim of giving students an idea of different countries and cultures and comparing them with the UK. Three distinct countries are used for comparison - China, Germany and Brazil. The topic is delivered over 6 week with each session ending with a simple answer sheet testing knowledge (great for evidence of the students work and requiring minimal writing). For session 1-4 an accompanying Power Point slide has been put together to act as visual prompts for the students.
5 Individual Football Lesson Plans and Cover sheets
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5 Individual Football Lesson Plans and Cover sheets

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5 individual Football lesson plans and cover sheets- ideal for a key stage 3 PE group. This resource provides 5 very individualized Football lessons working on the basic Football skills from dribbling, passing, pass and move, tackling and shooting. These resources would be ideal for an NQT or a PGCE student starting out in PE teaching. All lessons would take roughly between 45-50 minutes long.
Swimming Plans for TA's
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Swimming Plans for TA's

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This resource has been made for teaching assistants working with weaker swimmers within a whole group set-up. The plans are two individuals lesson. One lesson is aimed at a student with a fear of submerging their head under water and working around this to develop their water confidence. The other lesson deals with students who have more confidence in the water. Both lessons can work well over a swimming block with progressions looking at technique refinement and increasing distance. Both lessons follow a whole stroke approach.
Swimming Lesson Plans for Stage 3 & 4 of Swim England Awards
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Swimming Lesson Plans for Stage 3 & 4 of Swim England Awards

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This resources is for 4 individual lesson plans for teaching pupils to swim who are reaching the Swim England Stage 3 and 4. This is for pupils who are developing their early stroke work in Front Crawl, Backstroke and Breaststroke. The lesson plans are clearly laid out with simple teaching points to instruct pupils throughout. Pupils are asked questions throughout to test their understanding in addition to developing their swimming skills.
Foreign Cultures for SEND
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Foreign Cultures for SEND

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The program will aim to develop students understanding of different cultures within the world. Over a 12 week program of study, students will look at 6 distinct cultures and identify some of the different tastes, smells, noises and items associated with that particular culture. To achieve this the session will be fragmented into two halves with the second half of sessions then further broken down into smaller groups. Students will begin with a presentation of information related to that culture in the format of attention autism/all (e.g. what do I have in my bucket today), with items pulled out relating to that culture. Following this the class will be broken into groups of 2-3 and will go round with a TA from table to table to try some of the different items related to that culture. A culture will subsequently be taught over a two week period to reinforce learning, with the outline of the lesson repeated. Students will learn about the following cultures/countries: 1. Italian (European) 2. Indian (Asian Sub-continent) 3. Chinese (Asia) 4. Brazil (South American) 5. Australia (Australasian) 6. Kenyan (African)
SEND Trampoline 6 Week Schemes of Work
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SEND Trampoline 6 Week Schemes of Work

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A 6 week schemes of work for teaching SEND students basic trampoline skills. This scheme of work links to the Winstrada assessment framework. Included are cross curricular links and example session plans for the 6 weeks
Visual Impairment Profile/Passport
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Visual Impairment Profile/Passport

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This resource is a profile/passport for students who are visually impaired. Included is a framework for making your own passport/profile and a picture guide that could be shared with staff working with students who are visually impaired. This resource would be useful for Qualified Teachers of the Visually Impaired (QTVI) and/or a SENCO.
PE Lesson Plan for Complex Needs Pupils
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PE Lesson Plan for Complex Needs Pupils

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This resource is aimed at SEN pupils with complex needs. This would be aimed at pupils multiple learning disabilities to engage in Physical Education. The resource has been made to engage pupils with complex needs in their physical development. The lesson is designed as a circuit of activities that pupils can dip in and dip out of depending on their need. The lesson plan can be used over a whole term; information on room layout and suitable equipment has been included. There is also a resource for recording pupils progress included.
PMLD Dance Lesson Plan
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PMLD Dance Lesson Plan

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This resource is a single lesson plan for Dance (rhythmic movement) for pupils with PMLD. The lesson focuses on pupils co-ordinating their movements to music. This includes linking audio stimuli (e.g. music) with: general movement, holding an object, shaking an object releasing an object. The lesson plan has been constructed for Pupils working at Phase 1 in the Victoria Curriculum.
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.
PE for Complex Needs: Swimming Assessment
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PE for Complex Needs: Swimming Assessment

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A swimming assessment framework aimed at pupils with complex needs. The assessment framework has been split into 5 stages that act as stepping stones for developing pupils water confidence. Upon completion of Stage 5 pupils would progress to the Swim England ‘Learn to Swim Stage 1’. Therefore this resource is a pre-swimming assessment toolkit. This resource would work well for teachers of pupils with SEN and primary school teachers who have pupils with low water confidence.
Swimming Pool Games
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Swimming Pool Games

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A selection of 15 different Swimming Pool Games that can be used by pupils of all ages and abilities to develop water confidence and help pupils remain active when in the water. These games can be used for a whole class in small groups.
Primary school or SEN School Competition (Art, DT, English, PE & History)
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Primary school or SEN School Competition (Art, DT, English, PE & History)

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This resource would work so well in a special school setting or a Primary School Setting. The idea is that any students level of work is celebrated across a range of subjects as varied as DT, English, Art, PE and History. This internal competition has been well received by staff, students , parents and Ofsted alike. Each day would have a specific focus (e.g. Monday-Baking) and groups would be pitted against each other in a school to try and win points for their internal house or trophies/medals for their class. Will help with getting students to practice their class based skills in a friendly competitive environment. The outline will help provide a guide to the week and the session plans will help you get the week running as soon as you download it. Would link well with any historical event.