PE Schemes of Work

PE Schemes of Work

Included are schemes of work for all KS3 & 4 disciplines with alternative sports included such as Parkour and exercise for life. They are perfect to place straight into departments for a full solution meeting the needs of NQT's for lesson planning ideas and guidance to experienced teachers that just need objectives and outcomes and embedded assessment. An all through assessment model is included covering all 5 strands (developing skills, evaluating and improving etc). Will save you months of work. All designed to include all pupils. Schemes included: outwitting opponents ( Inc: net wall, invasion, striking and fielding), Accurate replication of Actions (Inc: Parkour Gymnastics, Swimming, Golf), Identifying and solving problems (Tactical Land based such as capture the flag . water based, overcoming challenges), Performing at Maximal Capacities (Inc: Swimming, Atheltics), Exploring and Communicating Concepts and Emotions (Dance), Exercising Safely and Effectively (Exercise for Life, free weights, circuit training etc).
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Brainy Breakfasts

Brainy Breakfasts

Pupils understand the link between what they eat and how they perform by discovering how athletes fuel their bodies. The big picture? Having learnt about macro-and micronutrients and hydration in the first 6 lessons of the ‘eat like an athlete’ course, the goal of lesson 7 is to give students a deeper understanding of the importance of breakfast. Why do young people need fuel in the morning, effects of different types of breakfast, and practical ways to prepare a healthy, sustaining breakfast. • Benefits of eating breakfast – energy, concentration, focus, mood. • Hydration in the morning. • The difference between sustaining breakfast and ‘empty calorie’ breakfasts • The importance of breakfast before physical activity and sports training. • Top breakfasts and how to make them. Extension - Cooking breakfast - Crunchy Granola, Banana Blinis. Links to nutrition information, supporting videos and recipes on the Go Faster Food website.
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Capture the Flag Physical Education Scheme of Work (based on Call of Duty)

Capture the Flag Physical Education Scheme of Work (based on Call of Duty)

This innovative scheme of work is based on a series of activities in the game CALL OF DUTY. All pupils engage in this and is by far the most activity i see out of my pupils regardless of ability. They simply love it! Its brilliant for a lesson observation. Along the way pupils will have experience working with others to solve problems and devise strategies. They will have developed their ability to work effectively as a team; working in a variety of ways and in different and increasingly challenging environments and all with standard PE equipment.
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Rugby World Cup Assembly

Rugby World Cup Assembly

World Cup Rugby PRIDE Assembly - written by Sue Russell aka plays-r-ussell Cast of 25 Duration: around 15 - 20 minutes reading time not including ‘suggested’ music This Class Play sets out to demonstrate the importance of P.R.I.D.E. - an acronym for Positive attitude; Respect for yourself and others; the ability to make Intelligent decisions; time to Dream; and not forgetting all the Effort that needs to be put in - in all walks of life. It provides the perfect way of demonstrating what it takes to make it in life - the kind of success story all children can aspire to. Also available as set of 5 guided reading play scripts. (This script was originally inspired by The Celtics basketball team, in Boston - featuring 17 basketball players, 1 coach, 3 fans, 3 dancers plus mascot but I have adapted it for use by Rugby World Cup, Football World Cup and the Olympics - all available as separate scripts .. with modifications according to sport)
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Reciprocal Shot Put Resource Card

Reciprocal Shot Put Resource Card

3 Step task card that supports progress in the standing shot put. Cross-Curricular link to maths, whereby pupils calculate their average throw. Pictures and Teaching Points included.
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Leisure Activities and Sports - A Kiteboarding Adventure - Grade 9

Leisure Activities and Sports - A Kiteboarding Adventure - Grade 9

This amazing ‘Leisure Activities and Sports Theme’ lesson is… • beautifully designed • 4-pages in length and may be formatted into a 4-page booklet • provided in both black & white and colored versions • perfect for students learning English as a Second Language • perfect for students whose first language is English • based on an age-appropriate topic This wonderful lesson allows students to… • practice reading, writing, listening and speaking skills • learn theme-based vocabulary • attempt many different styles of questions • express their creativity • engage in a relevant and meaningful learning experience A bundle of Vaughan M. Blaney’s lessons may be used … • to supplement any curriculum being taught in a school • as a school's sole curriculum • as supplementary material for the individualized needs of specific students • as the curriculum for special holiday programs • as the curriculum for summer school programs
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Physical Education Learning Journey for Pupils

Physical Education Learning Journey for Pupils

This booklet has 3 sections: Section A Introduction to Physical Education at your school this includes: • The Physical Education Agreement • Your background information • What you will learn in Physical Education in Key Stage Three • Expectations in PE and PE pupil code of conduct • Organising yourself for Physical Education • Curriculum and extra curricular maps • How you will be assessed and how to assess yourself in Key Stage Three • How will I know if I am Gifted and Talented in Physical Education? Section B Achievement Record, this includes: For each Physical Activity area: • Learning Objectives • Learning Record • Pupil Self Assessments • Pupil Target Setting • Monitoring Citizenship in Physical Education • Monitoring Personal Learning & Thinking Skills Section C Evidence, this includes: • Physical Activity records • Fitness testing records • Understanding the body Activities • Pupil session planning sheet • Pupil observation sheets • Key Vocabulary • Parents notes page
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Physical Education Talent Identification System

Physical Education Talent Identification System

Can you find the next Usain Bolt, Jose Mourinho, or Pierluigi Collina. Talent Identification is imperative in Physical Education. Jose Mourinho barely kicked a football as a child but is a multi millionaire and no one would argue with the talent he has inputted into the world of sport. Your team though there standard formative/summative assessment will now be able to highlight key successes in individuals not solely based on there ability to perform. The identifiable areas of talent are related to Physical performance (skills), Creativity (choreography etc), Social (emotional well being and dealing with others) Personal, (motivational attributes etc), and Cognitive (coaching, tactical awareness). You will be able to see the links to your National Curriculum Levels as they link with the 5 key processes of: 1. Developing Skills in physical activity (DS) 2. Making and Applying Decisions (MAD) 3. Developing Physical and Mental Capacity (PMC) 4. Evaluating and Improving (EI) 5. Healthy and Active Lifestyles (HAL) A fantastic resource.
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Primary PE Assessment

Primary PE Assessment

The Primary Assessment form is designed as a tick sheet and an indicator for tracking pupils' progress. Each sheet covers a range of sports across Year 6 to Year 1. The different sports contain numerous statements for pupils' to achieve which will aid with lesson planning, also the number of statements that have been completed will determine which stage the pupils' are at in their learning. In addition, the assessment contains the School Games 'Spirit of the Games Values' which can be implemented into the PE lessons as an award system or across Whole School. This is however just an option and isn't mandatory but would contribute to the life of PE and how Ofsted reports on PE at your school.
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