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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: 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).
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.
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.
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.
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.
PE for Complex Needs: Individual Movement
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PE for Complex Needs: Individual Movement

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This resource is for teachers in Special Schools delivering PE to complex needs pupils. Included is a unit outline, pupil outcomes, lesson plan and a record sheet for staff to use. The resource is aimed at developing the individual movement of complex needs pupils and their general physical literacy. Sessions are geared towards classes with high staffing where the teacher acts a facilitator to the learning taking place and helps to guide the staff working with individual pupils.
The Haka: SEN Lesson Plan
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The Haka: SEN Lesson Plan

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This resource is a lesson plan for teaching the Haka to SEN pupils. Rather than be delivered solely as a Physical Education lesson this resource demonstrates links with other subjects such as ICT, history and Drama. This lesson plan offers scope for extending this topic over several sessions.
SEN New Pupil Baseline Assessment
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SEN New Pupil Baseline Assessment

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This resource assesses pupils with an EHCP when they join a new school or education establishment. It records the level that a pupil is functioning at and can help a new school understand the support that they need going forwards (at their new school). This assessment can then be re-assessed year on year against the initial baseline to demonstrate progress against the baseline and the students entry into a new education establishment (also attached in this document). Always useful when Ofsetd or the LEA needs evidence of a pupils progress.
PE for Complex Needs: Games
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PE for Complex Needs: Games

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This resources is aimed at pupils with high complex needs and trying to use PE as a means to engage them. This would be suitable for pupils with multiple learning difficulties such as sensory impairments, global learning delay and physical disabilities. This resource is a 6 week block of lessons that slowly add complexity to familiar tasks over the course of the unit. The unit uses Ball games as a means to help engage the pupils in their physical development. The resource also includes an outline of the unit that could be submitted as part of a medium term plan.
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.
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!
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.
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.
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.
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!
Athletics Lesson Plans for SEN Pupils
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Athletics Lesson Plans for SEN Pupils

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This resource includes two generic lesson plans for teaching a range of Athletics events for pupils with SEN. This resource also includes a sample lesson plan for teaching Athletics for pupils with Cerebral Palsy or limited movement.
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
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.
Rock Climbing Lesson Plan
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Rock Climbing Lesson Plan

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A rock climbing lesson plan. Just an initial lesson plan which could be taught by teachers that have a traverse wall. Session aims focus on heel hooks and also looking at making a figure of 8 knot- a skill needed for when progressing to a full wall. This lesson was initially taught for pupils at a Special Education Needs school but could work with KS2 & KS3 pupils in mainstream schools.
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)