Stimulating projects for PE students

Victoria Haughton
07th June 2017
PE project used by secondary school

Ready-to-use challenges to keep PE students active and engaged in the summer term

As the academic year begins to wind down, thoughts are turning to the well-deserved break on the horizon. Ensure your students stay motivated with this hand-picked selection of our favourite project-based activities, including everything from group-run fitness tests to research-focused workbooks. 

KS3 resources

Make the most of the good weather with these versatile rounders activities, containing a variety of batting and bowling tasks, designed to develop technique and stimulate independent thought. Alternatively, these circuit station cards are ideal for improving pupils' understanding of muscle groups, as they work together to create exercises suited to their allocated stations.

For a rain-proof activity, this gymnastics balance challenge will inspire your students to devise routines that match the given criteria, before they discuss the work of their peers.

KS4 and post-16 resources

Widen your group's knowledge of different cultures with this dance project, in which learners investigate dance forms from across the world. They can then demonstrate their new-found knowledge by delivering a presentation on their choreographer of choice.

Further challenge students to undertake individual research with the help of this ready-to-use workbook, guiding them to select and plan their own sports-related project. Or, why not encourage group work with these handy fitness cards? This resource is ideal for getting pupils running, jumping and conducting tests together, before assessing fellow team member's performances. 

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