Athletics Lessons Olympics

Athletics Lessons Olympics

This excel document is used to calculate points for a 30 individual and 4 team competition with your athletics lessons. The teacher (you) should split the class based on ability (ability pool on sheet 2) so that teams are fair. Overivew Consists of the leaderboards with automatic calculation depending on the points you award each pupil. Bonus Points need to be added individually by you on this page within the table. Additionally, pupils should be entered under their respective team name. Times & Distances Consists of a pupil overview of times ran and distances thrown or jumped. Pupils should be listed next to their team and whether they are top ability (pool 1) or lower ability (pool 6). Class Points Consists of the points overview which will automaticallybe added into the overview sheet when inputted. Pupils should be entered next to their team and ability pool (exactly the same as sheet 2). But this time, you will use either the ‘English Schools Athletics Association’ (ESSA) points scoring systems or ‘International Amatuer Athletics Foundation’ (IAAF) points scoring system. ESSA Junior Girls Shows a table of the English Schools Athletics Association points scoring times and conditions. ESSA Inter Girls Shows a table of the English Schools Athletics Association points scoring times and conditions. ESSA Junior Boys Shows a table of the English Schools Athletics Association points scoring times and conditions. ESSA Inter Boys Shows a table of the English Schools Athletics Association points scoring times and conditions. Bonus Points Shows some conditions to how pupils can achieve bonus points, and how many should be awarded. Tables are taken from English Schools Athletics Association website for award schemes. School Records Shows my current high schools records that have been set and the year they were set. If they are beaten I would update them and that person would recieve 15 bonus points. X’s mark those records that are unable to be set at my school. Update them for your won school or compete against mine. IAAF International Amatuer Athletics Foundation’ (IAAF) points scoring system. Adapted to suit my current high school (and times I believe pupils should be aiming for) I hope you enjoy this document, if you have any questions, queries or ways to improve it them please get in contact!
Styan93
PE and Games Resources (KS1 and KS2)

PE and Games Resources (KS1 and KS2)

Comprehensive set of resources covering the vast majority of areas in PE/Games for KS1/2 including: Dance Orienteering Invasion Games Rugby Tennis Netball Football Volleyball Circuit Training Hockey Gymnastics Frisbee Cricket Parachute Aussie Rules Planning, skills and non-participation activities
LeeBakerLegion
10 Ladder PE Activities - Free Resource

10 Ladder PE Activities - Free Resource

The 10 Ladder PE Activities has been created by The PE Shed to provide PE teachers with a resource for improving coordination and movement skills. Students can use this resource independently or it can be delivered by a teacher. Perfect for Primary / Elementary / Physical Education Teachers and Sports Coaches. Have a look at our other resources: 10 PE Activities for the Classroom Bouncing, rolling and catching Task Cards Active Reading Comprehensions - Level 1 - Letters and Sounds Phase 3-4 Kingball Resource Pack - 3 Versions of the throwing and catching strategy PE game Bench Ball -2 versions- PE Invasion Game Signs and Symbols Fitness Navigation Activity Slide in the Mud PE Game Kings and Queens: Rock, Paper, Scissors Fitness - Physical Education Activity Polar Bear Tag - Physical Education Game The Dragon Nest - PE Strategy Game Tower Rush - PE Strategy Game Protect the Kingdom - PE Teamwork and Coordination Game The Witches Cauldron - PE Strategy Halloween Game 5 PE Christmas Games 12 Days of Fitness PE Christmas Activity
thepeshed
Primary PE Assessment Pack

Primary PE Assessment Pack

This pack extensively covers everything you need to assess attainment and track progress in Primary PE. If you are a PE Coordinator in your school then this is perfect for you.
davidfootywizard27
Early Years & Primary PE Report Comment Bank

Early Years & Primary PE Report Comment Bank

Comment bank for writing EY & KS PE reports. Comments include: Intro/ Summary Effort Motor Skills Fitness Physical Health Sport specific Sports teams Working with others Settle into school To use- please copy and paste into SchoolReportWriter: https://schoolreportwriter.com/school-report-comments-bank-sharing.php Example: Pupil A is a friendly and enthusiastic member of the class who has shown great improvement in his confidence levels this year. He has worked well during practical lessons and has shown skill progression in all areas. Pupil A has excelled in cricket. It would be great to see him continue this outside of school. He has continued to play for the school sports teams and shown pride in representing the school. Pupil A has been a pleasure to teach so far this year and with continuation of his positive attitude and work ethic he should excel.
davidfootywizard27
Rounder Rules

Rounder Rules

These rules can be used to educate under 16’s of the rounders rules so that they can understand and practice these rules when playing the game in a p.e. lesson or enrichment.
dkchauhan
Risk Assessment for PE

Risk Assessment for PE

Risk assessments for physical education. You will get this in the bundle: Athletics Field Events Athletics Throwing Events Badminton Basketball Cricket Dance Gymnastics Weights Room Netball O.A.A. Rounders Swimming Table Tennis Tag Rugby Volleyball Darts Dodgeball
simisterlucy
Fitness Circuit Station cards - 36 PE printables for elementary & middle school sport

Fitness Circuit Station cards - 36 PE printables for elementary & middle school sport

36 PE Fitness Circuit station cards for elementary & middle school The Fitness Circuit cards pack is a must have for your school sport lessons. Suitable for grades K-8, these exercise cards cover the 6 components of fitness necessary to keep your students healthy and active: Core, flexibility & balance, stamina, leg strength, arm strength, and whole body exercise 36 energetic station cards › Simply print out (and laminate) the cards (A4 or A5), choose the circuit activities, and put them out around the sports hall. Minimal equipment is required, (at most a few balls, hoop & bench) so the setup of your lesson is so simple! › Divide the class equally at the stations and have them work for 45-60 seconds (you can play some loud, energizing music!). Blow your whistle and the students can then record their personal scores before rotating around to the next station (30 second rest period). Depending on your planned time for the lesson, students can go around the circuit twice or even 3 times. Exercises: • ball twists • bicycles • crunches • side scissors • toe reaches • wind-wipers • crab kicks • hand walks • ski hops • star stretches • superman • 1-foot reaches • mountain climbs • plank • side plank • skipping • sprinting • wall sit • box jumps • frog jumps • hoop jumps • pistol squats • side lunges • surf switches • arm circles • bench dips • bunny hops • push ups • punches • wall push offs • airplane lunges • burpees • jumping jacks • knee ups • sumo kicks • squat & push Online video demonstration support You’ll be given access to an instructional video for each activity (private YouTube videos). Play the video stations you’ll be doing for that session, so they’ll be prepared and know what to do when they get going around the circuits in the hall. Fitness testing sheets You can print out the circuit scoring sheets for students to individually record their results/points at each activity. They can then track and compare their results term to term and see how they have improved. Bonus posters As extra content, we’ve put together 6 high-quality posters, 1 for each fitness component, showing the activities. These can be printed A4 or even A3 for you to put up around your classroom or gym area. We know you’ll love these circuit station task cards – If you are a teacher at elementary, middle or even high school, you need these task cards to help keep your students healthy and active, and they’re great anytime of the year. Prime Coaching is always striving to give you more than just the resource itself – You won’t find other fitness cards complete with supporting videos. We aim to provide you with professional sports-coach level resources that are so easy to teach and implement at your school as a teacher.
PrimeCoachingSport
Primary PE assessment

Primary PE assessment

Primary PE assessment document Very easy and simple but effective Grade each child in the different categories from 1 - 4. 1 - Below age related 2 - Average 3 - Above Average 4 - Gifted and talented Each child will be given an average which is automatically worked out for you on an additional column.
Roan123
Cluedo Circuit session

Cluedo Circuit session

This is a great adaptation of the game Cluedo mixed with circuit training. Each station has an exercise differentiated to an easy option and a slightly harder option once the pupils have completed the station they can turn over the sheet to find a letter, a piece of sporting equipment and a room around school they use this information to tick off on their worksheet. The letters can be changed to fit the name of someone famous or even a teacher (on the example worksheet it spells MRS GRIST) these can be changed easily on the powerpoint and on the worksheet to fit any area. From my experience the pupils loved this activity
Gristy_jnr
Swimming Risk Assessments

Swimming Risk Assessments

Two very comprehensive swimming risk assessments with SEND pupil examples. One risk assessment for teaching swimming lessons and one for taking children to swimming galas.
L-Byrne
PE Dept - Cricket Club / Practice Poster

PE Dept - Cricket Club / Practice Poster

Colourful Cricket club / practice poster ready to edit, print and display! Resources: Cricket - Club or Practice Poster (Word) Please Note (about my resources in general): Resources produced by myself show: ‘©2018RobDav’ SMART Notebook & PDF files will open as normal Powerpoint & Word files are protected and you will be asked to open these as ‘Read Only’ Copy and / or edit the files by all means to suit you, but please do not republish in your own or your school / college’s name Resources not produced by myself are free & unlocked (unless part of a multi document pack) Thank you for looking at my resources. If you use them, I hope they are of benefit for you and your students! RobDav.
RobDav999
Atheltics Track and Field Awards Tracking

Atheltics Track and Field Awards Tracking

File has been updated, 13/3/2018 Monitoring and tracking Atheltics system, which produces league tables for the whole school. It also identifies the best award available for students across Pentathlon, Triathlon & Decathlon. Just enter students scores and see where they rank across the whole school and the award it gives them. Each event 9 steps to success starting from Bronze C all the way up to Gold A so allows for full inclusiveness for students. The students think its great! give them a score card and see how they become self motivated.
PEinnovator
PE Dept - Badminton Strokes Table

PE Dept - Badminton Strokes Table

PE Dept - Badminton Strokes Table Badminton strokes table that can be printed and used in practical lessons or for Analysis of Performance in GCSE PE. Resources: Badminton - Strokes Table (Word) Please Note (about my resources in general): Resources produced by myself show: ‘©2018RobDav’ SMART Notebook & PDF files will open as normal Powerpoint & Word files are protected and you will be asked to open these as ‘Read Only’ Copy and / or edit the files by all means to suit you, but please do not republish in your own or your school / college’s name Resources not produced by myself are free & unlocked (unless part of a multi document pack) Thank you for looking at my resources. If you use them, I hope they are of benefit for you and your students! RobDav.
RobDav999
PE Dept - Badminton Strokes Diagrams

PE Dept - Badminton Strokes Diagrams

PE Dept - Badminton Strokes Diagrams Badminton strokes diagrams that can be printed and used in practical lessons or for Analysis of Performance in GCSE PE. Resources: Badminton - Strokes Diagrams (Word) Please Note (about my resources in general): Resources produced by myself show: ‘©2018RobDav’ SMART Notebook & PDF files will open as normal Powerpoint & Word files are protected and you will be asked to open these as ‘Read Only’ Copy and / or edit the files by all means to suit you, but please do not republish in your own or your school / college’s name Resources not produced by myself are free & unlocked (unless part of a multi document pack) Thank you for looking at my resources. If you use them, I hope they are of benefit for you and your students! RobDav.
RobDav999
PE Dept - Badminton Court Layout

PE Dept - Badminton Court Layout

PE Dept - Badminton Court Layout Badminton layout that can be printed and used in practical lessons or for Analysis of Performance in GCSE PE. Resources: Badminton - Court Layout (Word) Please Note (about my resources in general): Resources produced by myself show: ‘©2018RobDav’ SMART Notebook & PDF files will open as normal Powerpoint & Word files are protected and you will be asked to open these as ‘Read Only’ Copy and / or edit the files by all means to suit you, but please do not republish in your own or your school / college’s name Resources not produced by myself are free & unlocked (unless part of a multi document pack) Thank you for looking at my resources. If you use them, I hope they are of benefit for you and your students! RobDav.
RobDav999
FUNDA Spell Your Name Movement & Fitness

FUNDA Spell Your Name Movement & Fitness

Try this fun breakout physical activity for Early Years, Key Stage 1 children. Teachers and home school educators can use this activity to get your children active whilst engaging and motivating them to spell their name. You the adult; teacher or educator can join in, it’s great fun, give it a try.
FUNDAPlay
IB Learner Profiles PE Display

IB Learner Profiles PE Display

PE specific posters of the IB Learner Profiles to place on your gym wall. I used these to great effect in my lesson plenaries, asking children to sit under a learner profile which they had exhibited in the lesson, and getting them to explain why/how. The pictures are probably a little outdated now, as I made this resource in 2011. They are from Google Images also, so not mine. Feel free to update and change them to your own, or keep them the same!
andyduffer
Key Stage 1 Boot Camp - Indoor Fun Fitness Circuit

Key Stage 1 Boot Camp - Indoor Fun Fitness Circuit

This resource contains everything you need for a fun fitness based circuit for Key Stage 1 pupils. It's your PE slot and it's raining again and you have 30 excited children and only the hall to do PE...Your prayers are answered with this resource! It contains an attractive pupil record card, picture cards to inspire your children and help them with each activity and a full instruction guide for teachers and full resource list. Everything you need to have a great PE lesson...and in fact a whole term's PE lessons! This isn't resource heavy and you won't need a great deal of space to accommodate 32 children in this activity. This is the second in a series of indoor fitness circuits. My Key Stage 2 resource 'Healthy Hearts' has had over 37,000 downloads as a free resource, and has now been updated and is still as popular as ever.
rich4ruth
Gymnastic stations for PE - Complete skill activities & Lesson plans (grade K-3)

Gymnastic stations for PE - Complete skill activities & Lesson plans (grade K-3)

Gymnastic stations for PE – A complete sport unit with over 60 activities for the trampoline, wedge, bars, floor mats, beams and more This K-3 Gymnastic Stations pack will provide you with the perfect plan to develop your students’ gymnastic abilities (shapes, balances, supports, rotations & ground work). Working from the ground up, you’ll be able to confidently teach these key fundamentals - Simply setup the stations, and your kids focus on a specific skill, before rotating around to the next station. At the end of the session, your students can perform what they’ve learnt to the rest of the class! Every lesson, the activity at each station progresses and varies, giving the opportunity for the students to confidently explore their bodies and achieve new personal goals – and you’ll be teaching sports-coach level gymnastics with ease! You’ll be equipped with: 10-week structured lesson program Week by week, progress your students through the skills and build on the previous lessons to develop them all round in their abilities. Each lesson plan provides a fun warm up game, stretching routine, and easy-to-follow setup and teaching instructions for the stations. Specific equipment activities Every station of equipment has a collection of clear ‘how-to-teach’ specific skills for the: › Trampoline/vault › Wedge › Bars › Floor mats › Beams › Miscellaneous With this complete set of activities, you can also quickly and easily adapt and put together your own unit of gymnastics to suit your class and their aptitude *Note – sports/gymnastic equipment required: • mini trampoline/vault • crash/landing mat • wedge, and softer boxes • Freestanding bars • 10 floor mats • beam/thin sports bench • cones, hoops, hurdles Assessments You’ll get assessment sheets with a detailed rationale/breakdown of each element area for you to grade your students **BONUS** – access to online station vidoes You’ll also have access to the online Youtube video playlists for each station – Here you’ll be able to watch each station in action, see what the skill looks like, and see how to explain it/teach it to your class - You can even play it to your kids before you start to make it even easier for you! This unit has been put together after years of experience, working specifically in teaching elementary gymnastics to grades K-6 in many schools. * Note – This grade K-3 pack is similar to the grade 3-6 pack, just with a few minor station variations and adaptations to suit to correct age level. Prime Coaching – Game-changing sport lessons. Feel free to contact for any questions and further support at danny@primecoachingsport.com
PrimeCoachingSport
Winter Olympics PE Activities

Winter Olympics PE Activities

Every 4 years PE teachers around the world get the opportunity to introduce, engage, and take their students inside the Winter Olympic Games! This resource is like a torch, ready to be passed to you and your students! It comes with 15 fully detailed visuals filled with ideas/activities to bring the Winter Olympic games to life inside your gym. Passing the Torch Figure Skating Skeleton Races Luge Bobsledding Biathalon Hockey (2) Ski Jump Curling Alpine Skiing Cross-Country Skiing Snowboarding Speed Skating Match your Country Do them as individual activities or use them as stations. Go and get this Gold Medal Resource just in time for the start of the games! Check out my New Website and sign up for my FREE Newsletter! www.mrclarkspe.com
Mrclark5
Set of 6 fully editable Skipping Certificates

Set of 6 fully editable Skipping Certificates

This resource accompanies my other Free resource on skipping. These 6 certificates are fully editable and can be printed out and used to reward children who have achieved excellence in the 6 skipping categories recorded by the skipping workshops organisation. If you have downloaded this resource check out my other skipping resources on this website. I also have a number of other PE related resources and masses of other primary resources; maths, English, art, etc... Follow me and check out my shop 'Rich4ruth' Thanks.
rich4ruth
Skipping Challenge Activity Instructions & Pupil Sheet

Skipping Challenge Activity Instructions & Pupil Sheet

This resource is the perfect resource for a term long block of skipping in PE lessons. It contains clear explanations on how to master a number of increasingly complex individual, partner and team skipping challenges. It explains how a child or group of children can learn how to do these skips, tells you where to source quality jump ropes, provides links to websites where you can source great video demonstration clips and also provides you with a useful individual pupil record sheet - where children can record their progress and teachers can keep a record of school skipping records. This resource is linked to the 'skipping workshops' skipping challenges and their website is a great starting point for skipping demonstrations. Basically this resource is all you need for a great set of skipping lessons (apart from a few ropes). I have also uploaded a set of six skipping certificates onto this website - so please check these out and download them. They're pretty basic, but are fully editable. If you liked this resource - please take the time to review it - follow me as an author and check out my shop on this site 'Rich4ruth' Thanks
rich4ruth
Y3 complete PE bundle

Y3 complete PE bundle

This package contains all aspects of the PE curriculum. All schemes have between 6 - 10 lesson plans, including;- Invasion games - Basketball and handball A Fitness unit Tennis unit Dance units - Bollywood, roller coaster theme and forest theme Rhythmic gymnastics Gymnastics - plus teaching cards for rolls, warm-up ideas, travels and balances.
Physical-ed
Y4 complete PE bundle

Y4 complete PE bundle

This package contains all aspects of the PE curriculum. All schemes have between 6 - 10 lesson plans, including;- Invasion games - Basketball and handball A Fitness unit Tennis unit Dance units - Bollywood, roller coaster theme and forest theme Rhythmic gymnastics Gymnastics - plus teaching cards for rolls, warm-up ideas, travels and balances.
Physical-ed
Y5 complete PE bundle

Y5 complete PE bundle

This package contains all aspects of the PE curriculum. All schemes have between 6 - 10 lesson plans, including;- Invasion games - Basketball and hockey A fitness unit Tennis unit Dance units - Hakka, pirate themed dance Rhythmic gymnastics Gymnastics - plus teaching cards for rolls, warming up, travels and balances.
Physical-ed
Y6  complete  PE package

Y6 complete PE package

This package contains all aspects of the PE curriculum. All schemes have between 6 - 10 lesson plans, including;- Invasion games - Basketball and hockey A Fitness unit Tennis unit Dance units - Hakka, Yoga and charleston Rhythmic gymnastics Gymnastics - plus teaching cards for rolls, travels and balances.
Physical-ed
Swimming Activities

Swimming Activities

A useful resource card with some great games to engage and build confidence in the swimming pool. * I do not own the rights to this flashcard. Just a very useful resource for any swimming lessons.
hollyannafreeman
Yoga activity script for the winter

Yoga activity script for the winter

Transform your classroom, enjoy a meaningful, interactive and fun yoga classes which fosters body awareness, builds resiliency, improves social skills, increases calm, cultivates self-regulation and reduces stress. Suitable for all levels of fitness and for children with SEN.
MarianaWillard
25 Single Balancing Challenges E-book and Task Cards

25 Single Balancing Challenges E-book and Task Cards

Included in this download is a 30 page E-book with 25 different single balances that you can have students try. Also, you will receive a PDF and JPEG version of a poster with all 25 Single Balances on it to display on your wall, projector, TV or smartboard. It also includes tips for success and common refinements to use during the activity. Note: This book is also available as a bundle with my 4 Week Gymnastics Unit Plan (in my TES Store) How I use this resource: Show students the balances starting with the easiest and moving up to the more advanced balances - Either by printing this guide or projecting it on a TV or screen. Play music and allow students to try to hold the balance for a specific amount of time or longer As students are trying the balances, play some music and walk around and offer feedback. Stop the class every few minutes or so and talk about group refinements and have an exemplar student give an example of their balance and discuss why it looks so good. Note: Balances are all color coded for level of difficulty, Green (easy) Yellow (medium) and Red (hard) Have Fun and Teach On! Ben Blogger, resource creator and community builder at ThePEspecialist.com
thePEspecialist