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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.
SEN Dance Lesson Plan
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SEN Dance Lesson Plan

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A one off Dance lesson aimed for pupils SEN pupils with Mild Learning Difficulties. The lesson focuses around using Cartoons as a theme to explore a range of Dance skills. The lesson plan also provides example learning objective at the top of the plan about how the lesson plan could be extended for further weeks.
Fitness Testing & Training Unit of Work
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Fitness Testing & Training Unit of Work

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This resource is a unit of work around fitness testing and training. It includes 6 lesson plans that introduces pupils to the theory behind fitness testing and training. There is also a module overview to help guide teachers for target setting. The unit is book-ended by fitness testing with the middle weeks having a focus on the theory of exercise whilst pupils exercise and work towards their own individual training aims.
Archery Risk Assessment
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Archery Risk Assessment

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A risk assessment that I created many years ago for when we had an Archery club visit and run a session with some pupils. Hope it may still be of use to someone!
Blind Hockey
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Blind Hockey

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So back in my NQT year (a long long time ago!) I was working at a school for the blind. Teaching PE, upon finding some old Uni-hockey sticks in the PE cupboard I looked into whether there was such a thing as Blind Hockey…basically there wasn’t/isn’t. So with a bit too much time on my hands I thought I’d try and create a new sport-Blind Hockey! I’ve used principles found in Goalball and Blind Football and have tried to be creative with the rules. So this resource is basically a free resource of my original rules and 5 lesson plans. Please feel free to develop this further (if you choose to) or use it as a means for discussion about how best to further develop adapted PE provision for SEN pupils (either outcome would be fab!). Or if you are just curious. Happy Reading!