KS2 Physical Health and Fitness - Coronary Heart Disease

Coronary heart disease is a significant cause of death both in the UK and Worldwide, therefore it is vital that we educate future generations on the risk factors that may lead to coronary heart disease so they are equipped with the knowledge and understanding to help prevent this disease.

This is an Active Practice from Active Chief, in which questions related to coronary heart disease are read and children attempt to verbally answer the question fully. Pupils have an opportunity to actively agree, disagree or build on to the answer before being asked to complete either a reward movement for a correct answer or a forfeit movement for an incorrect or only partially correct answer. It’s a fun active game that challenges children to recall key facts about coronary heart disease, while providing an opportunity for them to be active.

Instructions, questions, challenge questions and the answers are all included within the PDF.

Please note this is an Active Practice that sits within a broader lesson and unit related to physical health and fitness. Active Chief is a structured health education programme that aims to teach every child to stay safe and keep healthy, while maximising their activity level. Our programme will satisfy the requirement for compulsory health education in state schools from September 2020. If you have enjoyed our materials or would like further information please contact us on Twitter @ActiveChief and leave a review.

Save for later
  • KS2-Physical-Health-and-Fitness---Coronary-Heart-Disease.pdf

About this resource


Created: Apr 22, 2019


pdf, 307 KB


Report a problem

Tes Paid Licence

How can I re-use this?