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Content Ideas for PE & School Sport

Content Ideas for PE & School Sport

This resource is a bank of ideas that anyone leading PE, Games & Sports activities in primary schools can hopefully find useful! These activities can easily be linked to curriculum outcomes and learning objectives from most schemes of work, they are also suitable for any extra curricular sessions you may be running also!
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Physical education theory scheme of work ideas

Physical education theory scheme of work ideas

This is a table with ideas and brief descriptions for theory elements to enhance / run alongside a physical education scheme, provide sport based cross-curricular classroom based lessons (such as using sports journalism in an English lesson), or form part of a PSHE scheme. This would be ideal for late KS2 and KS3. Please note, within the table it references resources and their locations, however, these are not included directly with this resource and refers to my personal drive. Some of the resources within are uploaded separately on TES or you could create your own based on the descriptors. You will find AQA unit awards referenced within if your school uses them.
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Healthy living mini project

Healthy living mini project

This is a series of worksheets that look at the human body and how to keep it healthy. When completed, these worksheets would provide evidence to complete the AQA unit award 90503. This is an entry level mini certificate.
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Values in sport

Values in sport

Designed for use in a special school with very mixed ability levels. The values in sport task sheet provides a printout that key stage 2, 3 and 4 could complete independently in small groups or teachers could use it as a template for a lesson discussion linking values to sports. This would link well with key sporting events such as the Olympics. Students create a poster that identifies 10 values that can be practiced through sports participation. Outcomes / skills practiced: teamwork, organisation, creativity, the importance of sport, values based learning The confidence in sport worksheet provides a tool for students to evaluate their own confidence. This can be supported by the PowerPoint or the PowerPoint could be used as a resource to support your own lesson in confidence as it is not sport specific.
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