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#### Cycling and Tour de France

I have put together some material about cycling and the Tour de France. Chris Froome will shortly be attempting to win this race for the fifth time. I have included a set of pictures of Chris Froome and basic details about the tour. There are vocabularies about cycling, racing and using mountain bikes. There is a simple crossword and word search, plus answers included.

#### Netball warm up skill cards

Cards designed to develop independence, organisation and ownership of pupils’ lesson start in netball and more time practicing smaller skills at the start of every lesson. All cards need minimal equipment (netballs and cones) and are designed for paired work. Please rate the resource and leave a comment once you’ve used them in your lesson.

#### Sports Day Theme Maths Bundle (sports week/P.E./cross-curricular)

25% off bundle! Contains 4 fun hands on Maths lesson ideas ideal for a Sports theme week around sports day. Stopwatch activity - Explore using a stopwatch and converting time. Practical activity with timing a race, then find averages and create charts. This could be extended into calculating the speed of a run. Jump rope times tables - Multiply 2 dice and take that number of jumps Bean bag maths - take turns to throw beanbags on factors and multiples of numbers on a grid 4.Who will be Champion? Pupils must identify the correct answer amongst the 4 incorrect ones. They can vote interactively with their feet if you rearrange your classroom/hall or simply circle their choice on the provided pupil score sheet. Questions include a mixture of trivia, on Sports, World Records, Althletics &amp; Olympic/Paralympic facts. Mathematical knowledge of decimals and measurement of time, distance and mass are also tested. Most Suitable Y5-Y8 .

#### The Tudors

This bundle includes everything you need to teach about the topic of the Tudors. Perfect for covering all areas of the Tudor era of history from the Tudor Monarchs to daily Tudor life. Included in this pack: Presentations for each lesson, with interactive activities and links to videos. Worksheets for different lessons and accompanying activities. Tudor: Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? based around Tudor medicine. Lesson idea sheet with a range of lesson ideas based around the Tudors.

#### World Cup 2018 Quiz

This Quiz is perfect for either ending or introducing the topic of the World Cup, especially as it is currently taking place. Contains 50 questions altogether, with 6 different rounds. Ideal for use in small teams within the classroom but can be used as individuals. Also includes an question and answer sheet, as well as a sheet for children to fill in their answers on. Includes simple ways to show the answers through buttons but also includes a button to allow you to return to the beginning of each round so you can show answers altogether rather than one by one. The rounds included within the quiz are: Past World Cups. World Cup Records. Who Am I? Picture Round. 2014 World Cup. 2018 World Cup.

#### World cup investigation

This investigation looks at different aspects of the Maths curriculum linked to P.E and sports. The children do not have to be good at football to take part. They will find out through investigating which position best suits them. Maths included: Median Average Finding their kick speed. Percentages. It has elements of GD but is accessible by all with clear explanations of each activity.

#### Protect the Pin - PE Game

Protect the Pin has been created by The PE Shed to provide PE teachers with a resource for improving coordination and teamwork skills. This is an excellent target game and all students will be very active. Perfect for Primary / Elementary / Physical Education Teachers and Sports Coaches. Have a look at our other resources: 10 PE Activities for the Classroom Bouncing, rolling and catching Task Cards Active Reading Comprehensions - Level 1 - Letters and Sounds Phase 3-4 Kingball Resource Pack - 3 Versions of the throwing and catching strategy PE game Bench Ball -2 versions- PE Invasion Game Signs and Symbols Fitness Navigation Activity Slide in the Mud PE Game Kings and Queens: Rock, Paper, Scissors Fitness - Physical Education Activity Polar Bear Tag - Physical Education Game The Dragon Nest - PE Strategy Game Tower Rush - PE Strategy Game Protect the Kingdom - PE Teamwork and Coordination Game The Witches Cauldron - PE Strategy Halloween Game 5 PE Christmas Games 12 Days of Fitness PE Christmas Activity

#### Y3/Y4 Invasion Games Planning, Resources, Assessment & Differentiation

Lower KS2 planning for Invasion Games in PE. Includes planning, that was graded as outstanding, for 12 lessons. Also includes assessment (expectations for each level), differentiation and resources to show how games are lead.

#### Tudor Entertainment

Contains a PowerPoint which looks at the different forms of Tudor entertainment. Looks at jousting, sword-fighting, executions, football and tennis. Each gives some basic information and some include links to cartoon videos to show children what each may look like.

#### Pickles the dog finds World Cup trophy after it is stolen 1966 comprehension newspaper text

Comprehension activity. Newspaper text about Pickles, a border collie dog, who found the Jules Rimet trophy after it was stolen whilst on display in London. Super resource learning about this amazing, but true event from the sixties. Differentiated comprehension questions to suit 3 ability groups included. PDF and word files included. Video clip of Pickles the dog receiving his medal included.

#### Fitness Circuit Cards

There are 17 ability colour coded circuit cards and 1 powerpoint attachement with 22 basic circuit activity cards. The ability cards have 1 station with 3 different ways to do the exercise. Red is hardest, yellow is medium, green is easiest. There are pictures for each of the 3 stations on the card so its easy for the students to replicate it. A nice easy fitness lesson. I have mine laminated. I use the ability colour coded ones for lesson observations and its clear to see differentiation.

#### Sport & PE Plenary Sheets - Ability colour coded

These are 13 landscaped word documents with statements on concerning skills/techniques that occur in PE in colour coded ability order. E.g. Name one thing you learnt today. Name one thing you learnt today &amp; explain how. Name one thing you learnt today and explain how you know you understand it. I use them at the end of my lessons. It saves chatting, I can just hand them out and say red, green or blue to my students. RED= easy, BLUE = medium, GREEN = hardest.

#### 1 page Invasion Games Planning - Lower KS2 (Y3 / Y4) - 6 weeks

Detailed planning for 6 weeks of an invasion games unit for lower KS2 - all on one page.

#### World Cup 2018 Bundle

World Cup 2018 BUNDLE! WORLD CUP QUIZ + ACTIVITY PACK These resources will engage, educate and motivate your students they are fantastic for quick and easy planning! World Cup 2018 Quiz Over 11 rounds and 60+ Questions. End of term Year Quiz. 1xPowerPoint 1x Student Answer Sheet double sided out of /60+ Marks (PDF and PPT Version) and all the answers!! Contain 11 Rounds: Match the Football Kit, True or False, Linking the Player to the Country , Identify the Flags, De-Scrabble, Design Challenge and more… ** World Cup 2018 Activity Pack ** 11 PAGE pack of classroom-ready activities will enthuse and engage students. Suitable for KS3 and KS4 students to explore the upcoming Fifa World Cup through a variety of activities. It can be used to teach the topic of the World Cup 2018, through a range of stimulating exercises, encouraging discussion and liven up lessons through structured engagement between students. This Booklet Contains: o Topical debates of issues surrounding the World Cup o Various thought provoking challenges o Campaign Activities o 11 pages of ready-to-use student worksheets designed to be written on o A wide range of activities, to suit all types of learners. o Minimal preparation required – Just print and go! o Discussion activities included in with every case study, challenging your most able students Can be used for a whole lesson or two on the World Cup 2018. Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter

#### Swimming Y3

Simple front and back glide lesson for a year 3 class. Also includes a warm-up game.

#### World Cup 2018 Reward Stickers

Pages of reward stickers, each with a different World Cup 2018 slogan on which can be used to congratulate students on their effort, resilience, skill, improvement and hard work during the World Cup season. Just print on sticky paper and you’re ready to go. Also included - template used to design them so you can also make your own if you wish too. Loads more fun whole school resources available here.

#### Upper KS2 Y5/6 - Fitness / Athletics PE Planning and Resources

Suitable for Upper KS2 (Y5 / Y6) Includes 4 weeks of fitness planning, pupil record sheet and 2 lots of task cards (one x10, one x12).

#### KS2 Athletics Resources - Task Cards and Record Sheet

Includes a pupil record sheet and 12 task cards to allow children to instruct themselves on how to use a range of equipment. Suitable for KS2 fitness lessons, especially upper KS2 (Y5 and Y6).

#### The history of Football World Cup

a reading about how the World Cup was first organizes,when, where and by whom…a table is also included about the hosting country and the winning one…a true or false activity is also there to check understanding…

#### Trampolining Assessment routines

Differentiated Trampolining routines for KS3 using Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum as assessment bands

#### World Cup football 2018 BUMPER activity and display pack

A bumper activity resource pack to help the children celebrate and learn about the forthcoming Football World Cup held in Russia. There are lots of resources to create bulletin boards for your classroom or the whole school and activities for all ages and abilities. Included in the pack: A coloured A4 word card Two acrostic poem worksheets- ‘World Cup’ and ‘Football’ Five simple colouring pictures and four World Cup colouring posters Country worksheet- choose a country participating in the World Cup and find out more about it Design a football kit- two different worksheets Design a World Cup mascot- three worksheets Design a football stadium worksheets Design a World Cup trophy worksheet Dice game- roll a die and colour the football top with the corresponding number plus a game for more able/ older students to add the numbers on two dice and colour the football top with the corresponding number A football themed display border- print the pieces as many times as you need for you display board Flag worksheets- three different worksheets to colour, match and draw flags of different countries participating in the World Cup An alphabet line on Footballs- these could also be printed to make into display titles Football player worksheet- find out some facts about your favourite footballer Group stage result posters in colour and black and white- fill in the results from the first stages of the World Cup Newspapers- five different worksheets to write news reports- some blank and some with headlines to use as a starter Russia facts- a set of coloured fact cards about Russia, the hosts of the 2018 World Cup Russia flag to colour Photographs of some famous landmarks in Russia and Russian money Tracing worksheets- great for younger students to trace over the dotted lines A trophy number line Word cards- a set of football and World Cup themed word cards great to add to a display Word searches- two word searches, one country themed and the other football themed A workbook cover Crossword- themed for the 2018 World Cup World Cup fact cards World map activity worksheet- match the flags to countries on the map and locate other countries with teams participating in the World Cup Writing pages- four worksheets with football themed borders which can be used for displaying work or for writing activities Writing worksheets- Four writing worksheets to write match commentaries and thoughts of a footballer

#### FIFA World Cup Mapping Participating Countries Geography

A very quick worksheet on a powerpoint that printed in A3 will allow children to map the 32 participating countries - there is a key at the bottom with numbers so children can colour in the country and instead of writing its long name, just number it. powerpoint can be used as lesson starter as all countries are listed again there (with their flags) and a political world map is attached for explaining how to map. Enjoy/

#### SPORTS DAY!

Try having a ‘class’ sports afternoon/morning rather than a more traditional ‘whole school’ approach! Example Timetable: Mon am: Nursery Mon pm: Reception Tues am: Year 1 Tues pm: Year 2 Wed am: Year 3 Wed pm: Year 4 Thurs am: Year 5 Thurs pm: Year 6 I’ve attached a simple but effective programme for sports day that includes 6 different activities. These are: Standing Broad Jump Javelin Sprinting Egg and spoon Quoit Scramble Obstacle course All activities can easily be adapted!! I’ve also included a sports field plan and 3 different group timetables (up to a maximum of 12 in each group). You could order some ‘Ice Pops’ for the children (also integrated into the plan). Good luck!!

#### Fantastic cross curricular World Cup Russia 2018 Football booklet - Geography & Sport Project

An outstanding resource that introduces this year’s 2018 Football World Cup competition in Russia. There are lots of activities for students to complete and access. There are a supurb range of cross curricular tasks based on Geography, ICT, Maths, English, Art and Science. Great for the summer and end of year/term activity !!!

#### World Cup World Maps

A series of lesson activities that tie in Geography and the upcoming World Cup 2018. Activity explanations are in the main powerpoint. Internet access is advisable for students.

#### Wimbledon Quiz

The Wimbledon 2018 Quiz has 7 rounds consisting of a variety of activities. Your teacher will divide you into 6 teams and each team will be assigned a colour. Your teacher reserves the right to deduct points for misconduct, so behave! The Rounds Include… Tennis Knowledge Mug Shot Tennis Terms Doodle This! Woo Hoo or Boo You Say We Play Bonus Round We hope that you enjoy this resource! If you review this resource we will give you another resource of the same value for FREE. We would love your feedback, if you like what you see, please follow us: on Tes &lt;a href=“https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/TeachElite”&gt;TeachElite’s Shop&lt;/a&gt; click the’Follow this Author button’ . We will keep you updated on any sales we throw or FREEBIES we upload. &lt;br /&gt;

#### Lifesaving Peer Assessment Resources

Lifesaving Rescue Peer Assessment resource cards Outline key teaching points for each rescue with visual cues alongside

#### End of Year Quiz 2018

Back by popular demand! This end of year quiz is suited for secondary (year 7 – 13). 8 rounds of 10 questions featuring: current affairs, general knowledge, movies, celebrities, sport, music (embedded audio files), famous places, flags. Enjoy! (and well done for getting to the end of the year! Enjoy your summer hols!)

#### Report comments, School Report Writer format (1000s!)

Report comments: Primary, Secondary, Middle Years, Art, Music, PE, Maths, English, Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, ICT, Geography, General comments, Dance, Graphics, Design, Woodwork, History, Humanities, Creative Writing, House Reports, Psychology, Sociology, Reading, Writing, Citizenship, Preschool, Adult literacy &amp; more. All comments are in School Report Writer format. Enjoy!

#### P.E athletics planning

Athletics planning. Aimed at KS2.

#### GCSE PE REVISION MATCH UP AQA 2018 New Specification

An excellent resource which can be used as a revision tool for GCSE PE students. This specifically helps with less able students who struggle with understanding key terms. The presentation includes over 400 slides which cover each section of the GCSE PE syllabus including levers, planes and axis, the media and more.

#### The Geography of Summer Sports

This bundle should see you to the end of the summer term. Eight lessons altogether: four about the World Cup in Russia and then four about Wimbledon, which happens straight after we get knocked out of the football. Lots of concepts covered including waste management, sustainability, weather forecasting, economic geography, classification of industry, hooliganism and an interesting correlation exercise for those who like their statistics. Buy your department an end of year gift - all their remaning KS3 lessons planned and ready to roll for £10.00 or less.

#### World Cup colouring pages

World Cup 2018 fun activities, Colouring pages to help you join in the fun of the world cup. Just download and print them out. Enjoy.

#### World Cup 2018

World Cup 2018 fun activities, Colouring pages to help you join in the fun of the world cup. Just download and print them out.

#### World Cup Maths Puzzles!

These short and snappy puzzles are perfect for engaging all of the World Cup lovers in your class with a wide range of maths problems! Using real-life statistics from FIFA World Cups past and present, students approach a number of varied maths topics, whilst also gaining valuable information about their favourite teams and players. I have used these resources with a number of KS2 and KS3 classes, and have found that they work great for morning mental maths challenges or lesson starters/ fillers. Some of the maths topics covered include: statistics, percentages, charts and graphs, data handling, averages, ratios, addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, estimation and problem solving, critical thinking, and fractions. Some of the specific tasks involved include: working out the goals to games ratio of some of the best strikers, finding out which teams have the best goal difference, creating data to present performance, and comparing player statistics over different tournaments. There are 30 tasks in total, in which each the major World Cup nations are focused upon in at least one activity each. The tasks are also separated by difficulty into ‘Beginner’,‘Intermediate’, and ‘Difficult’ tasks (refer to the B, I, or D symbols in the top left of each activity). All images within this resource are licensed for commercial use, and images are cited on the final slide.

Badminton progress sheet. Allows students to complete a number of differentiated tasks. Complete with a success criteria for students to understand where they are in their learning.

#### Swimming Skill Descriptor (Year 7-11)

How does the assessment rubric work? *Swimming Skill Descriptor * to be used for years 7-11. Produced in a user friendly format for both teachers and students alike. Accommodates both an attainment 8 format of assessment and (or) a sub level grading system. How does the assessment rubric work? •The difficulty of the skills are grouped from easy – hard. •The progress continuum along the left hand side indicates the main skills that each student at that age group should be able to perform. •The skill level number links to attainment 8 and should allow teachers to accurately calculate individual levels. Eg. Student ‘X’ in Year 7 is able to perform all the Year 7 skills in addition to 2 year 8 skills. His/ her level is therefore 4+4+4+4+4+5+5 /8= 4.4. From this you are able to see that this student is .4 above their expected grade level. • If using a sublevel grading system, the scores should be calculated using the following method. 1-2 skills from each table should result in a C or .3 being awarded e.g. If a student achieved 2 skills from the level 4 table, then their score is 4C or 4.3. If student is able to achieve 3-4 skills from a table, their score should be displayed as a B or .5. e.g. If a students achieved 4 skills from level 5 table, then their score should be displayed as 5B or 5.5. If all skills are achieved student should be award A or .8. e.g. a student who is able to perform all level 6 skills should be awarded a score of 6A or 6.8. Disclaimer Please note: Individual schools will have different demographics and cohorts. As such you may wish to change the grade boundaries/ expectations to make these more easily attainable or harder. This is done at the schools’ discretion. Furthermore, you may find that some students may not be able to perform all of their expected levels but yet still achieve 1 or 2 skills from other areas. This is unavoidable and as such requires you to use your professional judgement as to award the correct level. Like all assessment tools, this is fluid and can be adapted as and when you feel the need to.

#### Rugby Skill Descriptor (Year 7-11)

How does the assessment rubric work? *Rugby Skill Descriptor * to be used for years 7-11. Produced in a user friendly format for both teachers and students alike. Accommodates both an attainment 8 format of assessment and (or) a sub level grading system. How does the assessment rubric work? •The difficulty of the skills are grouped from easy – hard. •The progress continuum along the left hand side indicates the main skills that each student at that age group should be able to perform. •The skill level number links to attainment 8 and should allow teachers to accurately calculate individual levels. Eg. Student ‘X’ in Year 7 is able to perform all the Year 7 skills in addition to 2 year 8 skills. His/ her level is therefore 4+4+4+4+4+5+5 /8= 4.4. From this you are able to see that this student is .4 above their expected grade level. • If using a sublevel grading system, the scores should be calculated using the following method. 1-2 skills from each table should result in a C or .3 being awarded e.g. If a student achieved 2 skills from the level 4 table, then their score is 4C or 4.3. If student is able to achieve 3-4 skills from a table, their score should be displayed as a B or .5. e.g. If a students achieved 4 skills from level 5 table, then their score should be displayed as 5B or 5.5. If all skills are achieved student should be award A or .8. e.g. a student who is able to perform all level 6 skills should be awarded a score of 6A or 6.8. Disclaimer Please note: Individual schools will have different demographics and cohorts. As such you may wish to change the grade boundaries/ expectations to make these more easily attainable or harder. This is done at the schools’ discretion. Furthermore, you may find that some students may not be able to perform all of their expected levels but yet still achieve 1 or 2 skills from other areas. This is unavoidable and as such requires you to use your professional judgement as to award the correct level. Like all assessment tools, this is fluid and can be adapted as and when you feel the need to.

#### Netball Skill Descriptor

How does the assessment rubric work? *Netball Skill Descriptor * to be used for years 7-11. Produced in a user friendly format for both teachers and students alike. Accommodates both an attainment 8 format of assessment and (or) a sub level grading system. How does the assessment rubric work? •The difficulty of the skills are grouped from easy – hard. •The progress continuum along the left hand side indicates the main skills that each student at that age group should be able to perform. •The skill level number links to attainment 8 and should allow teachers to accurately calculate individual levels. Eg. Student ‘X’ in Year 7 is able to perform all the Year 7 skills in addition to 2 year 8 skills. His/ her level is therefore 4+4+4+4+4+5+5 /8= 4.4. From this you are able to see that this student is .4 above their expected grade level. • If using a sublevel grading system, the scores should be calculated using the following method. 1-2 skills from each table should result in a C or .3 being awarded e.g. If a student achieved 2 skills from the level 4 table, then their score is 4C or 4.3. If student is able to achieve 3-4 skills from a table, their score should be displayed as a B or .5. e.g. If a students achieved 4 skills from level 5 table, then their score should be displayed as 5B or 5.5. If all skills are achieved student should be award A or .8. e.g. a student who is able to perform all level 6 skills should be awarded a score of 6A or 6.8. Disclaimer Please note: Individual schools will have different demographics and cohorts. As such you may wish to change the grade boundaries/ expectations to make these more easily attainable or harder. This is done at the schools’ discretion. Furthermore, you may find that some students may not be able to perform all of their expected levels but yet still achieve 1 or 2 skills from other areas. This is unavoidable and as such requires you to use your professional judgement as to award the correct level. Like all assessment tools, this is fluid and can be adapted as and when you feel the need to.

#### Health Related Fitness Skill Descriptor (Year 7-11)

How does the assessment rubric work? *Health Related Fitness Skill Descriptor * to be used for years 7-11. Produced in a user friendly format for both teachers and students alike. Accommodates both an attainment 8 format of assessment and (or) a sub level grading system. How does the assessment rubric work? •The difficulty of the skills are grouped from easy – hard. •The progress continuum along the left hand side indicates the main skills that each student at that age group should be able to perform. •The skill level number links to attainment 8 and should allow teachers to accurately calculate individual levels. Eg. Student ‘X’ in Year 7 is able to perform all the Year 7 skills in addition to 2 year 8 skills. His/ her level is therefore 4+4+4+4+4+5+5 /8= 4.4. From this you are able to see that this student is .4 above their expected grade level. • If using a sublevel grading system, the scores should be calculated using the following method. 1-2 skills from each table should result in a C or .3 being awarded e.g. If a student achieved 2 skills from the level 4 table, then their score is 4C or 4.3. If student is able to achieve 3-4 skills from a table, their score should be displayed as a B or .5. e.g. If a students achieved 4 skills from level 5 table, then their score should be displayed as 5B or 5.5. If all skills are achieved student should be award A or .8. e.g. a student who is able to perform all level 6 skills should be awarded a score of 6A or 6.8. Disclaimer Please note: Individual schools will have different demographics and cohorts. As such you may wish to change the grade boundaries/ expectations to make these more easily attainable or harder. This is done at the schools’ discretion. Furthermore, you may find that some students may not be able to perform all of their expected levels but yet still achieve 1 or 2 skills from other areas. This is unavoidable and as such requires you to use your professional judgement as to award the correct level. Like all assessment tools, this is fluid and can be adapted as and when you feel the need to.