Ideas to support PE students

Help your KS3 and KS4 PE students to improve their technique and written responses with this selection of resources

Tes Resources Team

PE equipment resources to support KS3 and KS4 secondary PE students

Resource cards, peer assessment tools, lesson presentations and learning mats to aid your teaching of practical and theoretical activities

To ensure that your secondary PE students are offered the support they need, whether it's with perfecting a specific technique in practical lessons or demonstrating their knowledge in full written responses at GCSE level, we have gathered together a selection of resources that are designed to guide your students to reach their potential.

If you're looking for more resources to support your GCSE PE students, why not check out our GCSE PE Revision hub?

Visualising good technique

Use this selection of resource cards, peer assessment sheets and visual aids to help your students visualise and demonstrate good technique in a range of sports and disciplines, with everything from football and the BEEF shooting technique in basketball to sprinting and trampolining.

Passing Technique (Football/Soccer)
spider1231

Passing Technique (Football/Soccer)

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This resource can be used as a poster or a handout for pupils. It gives a step by step guide to the passing technique with developments and levels. The school badge can be changed to your own, and the resource can be used as a template to apply to other sports
Sprinting Technique
tammyjohn3

Sprinting Technique

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Key points of technique for the sprint start... Ready, set, go commands, as well as the technique used whilst sprinting. Inclusive of QR codes which can be used to view videos on youtube of the key points.
Trampoline Resource Cards
Thomas Nelson

Trampoline Resource Cards

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**Trampoline resource cards** * Differentiated resource cards (silver, bronze gold) for students to work through when performing techniques in flight and on landing. * Progression (stretch and challenge) activities for each technique for students to attempt. * Skills broken down into simple 3-4 st...
B.E.E.F - Shooting Technique
Megan Maddison

B.E.E.F - Shooting Technique

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This resource uses the acronym B.E.E.F *(Balance, Elbow, Extension and Flick/Follow-through)* to cover the shooting technique used in Basketball, and to make it memorable. I used this resource with my year 9 Basketball class and it was a great way for them to remember the technique for future lesson...

Supporting written responses

Lesson presentations, exam answer templates, learning mats and worksheets to support your KS4 students' learning and improve their performance in GCSE written examinations.

GCSE PE Exam Help, Techniques and Literacy
alicecurran

GCSE PE Exam Help, Techniques and Literacy

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This bundle includes a literacy sheet for students to have at the front of their folder or book to help with writing long answer questions, an exam technique and revision tips sheet to use in the build up to tests and exams, definitions of the assessment objectives and command works and advice on ho...
Applied Anatomy & Physiology Learning Mat
adam_beese

Applied Anatomy & Physiology Learning Mat

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Learning mat focusing on the Applied Anatomy & Physiology component of the GCSE PE course. Multiple short answer questions, useful as a revision resource or knowledge checker to consolidate student learning on this topic of the course. Enjoy.
AQA GCSE PE METHODS OF TRAINING (NEW SPEC)
jessica_noble70

AQA GCSE PE METHODS OF TRAINING (NEW SPEC)

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AQA PE Methods of Training posters with description, advantages and disadvantages and challenge questions. Included is a workout sheet that can be filled in using the information on the posters. They are in a powerpoint format which can be displays or printed to be placed around the room to create a...
AQA GCSE PE 6+9 Mark exam question scaffolds
tsparkes

AQA GCSE PE 6+9 Mark exam question scaffolds

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The scaffolds have been used to help AQA GCSE PE students structure and write detailed and high quality 6/9 mark question responses. As students have become more confident, less scaffolding has been given and the question prompts at the side have been reduced/removed completely; provide them with a...