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Subject Genius Blog: PE
How to differentiate for pupils who have varied ability levels in PE
One of the challenges that teachers often face when delivering PE lessons in schools is finding ways to ensure that all pupils are...
22nd June 2017 at 12:01
How to structure an effective PE lesson
In order to deliver effective PE lessons and optimise pupil progress, it’s crucial to have a purposeful and progressive structure to our...
15th June 2017 at 12:01
Optimise pupil activity and progress in PE lessons with these effective transition strategies
Recent studies show that one in five children are leaving primary school obese. To try and combat this in schools, Ofsted advise that PE...
5th June 2017 at 12:01
An open letter to PE teachers during exam season - why work, rest and play is an important message to give to your students
PE teachers can help students find the right balance between their studies and active breaks to boost brain function, reduce tiredness and...
15th May 2017 at 13:00
Don’t let targets, adult pressures and expectations remove the most important element of PE and sport from the experiences of our students
After my last blog post I received a wide range of feedback from teachers, students and general members of the public about what they felt...
10th March 2017 at 14:02
Why PE teachers are the gatekeepers of the future health and well-being of students
Late last year I was fortunate enough to attend a conference where one of the keynote speakers, Ted Temertzoglou (@LifeIsAthletic), spoke...
12th January 2017 at 17:54
Maximising pupil progress in PE
The hypothesis: In my 15 years’ experience of teaching in primary schools, I’ve discovered that many primary school teachers’ face similar...
17th May 2016 at 17:17