A great resource for any PE or Duke of Edinburgh leader, to encourage interpersonal skill, leadership development and teamwork. 21 different activities for teachers/students to lead, with aims, objectives, equipment, instructions and differentiation (easier and more challenging) that will target any age group.
A full teaching resource with assignment tasks and briefs for the Unit 13 Airport module for the BTEC First Diploma in Travel and Tourism. The PowerPoint covers all for assignment tasks of the unit, providing a full resource for teachers to personalise and make use of when teaching an delivering the unit.
A very detailed 60 minute model lesson plan for badminton, focussing on the short serve. Very detailed learning objectives, assessment, differentiation, diagrams and content included in 3 pages of in-depth specialist subject knowledge. Perfect for a trainee wishing to view an outstanding lesson plan, or for an experienced teacher wishing to make use during lesson time. Focussed on KS3/4 (year 9/10) students wishing to perfect their short serve, with specific drills to enable maximum participation and achievement, as well as extend learning and challenge higher-end students.
A fantastic introduction to orienteering, map reading, maths skills, handrailing, orientating maps and initiative individual and team-building skills through PE and OAA (Outdoor Adventurous Activities). Perfect for all year groups, from Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 4. This resource works well with PE and cross-curricular subjects. Progressions, details of how the activity runs, master copies etc are provided. All you need to do is print them off and go (laminate to save them for future lessons). Equipment needed - netball court, 11 cones, 1 white board marker.
A detailed assessment crib/progress checker in line with the current EYFS Statutory Framework that is easy to use, informal (can also be used formatively) and perfect for quick-reference. It is based on the key areas for physical development, taking in all aspects as detailed in the EYFS criteria. It has detailed ways of assessing those pupils, making use of practical tasks that can be carried out in lesson time, therefore reducing planning time. The crib can be edited for your own learners at Foundation/Reception level, I have also used the resource for Year 1 students as an initial check at the start of the year to oversee all skills required upon starting Primary School. It can be used with simple 'ticks' and 'crosses' or as 'B - Beginning', 'D - Developing', M - Mastering' and 'A - Applying' in accordance with new National Curriculum assessment criteria.
An overview of deviance in sport, including drugs, commercialisation and globalisation. To be used as a lesson plan or a pupil resource when revising for GCE PE. Includes exam questions and model answers.
A 20-30 minute team building exercise and group challenge involving between 3 students to a whole class. Instructions with aims, objectives, equipment etc provided, with a scenario that students have to work out. Very good task to create discussion, collaboration, communication and effective teamwork. A good opportunity for natural leaders to develop. Perfect for PE, OAA and Duke of Edinburgh training.
Great starter/plenary quiz for travel and tourism, or just general knowledge of the world. 7 quizzes, with answers, covering landmarks, maps, flags of the world as well as general knowledge quizzes, perfect for starting a lesson, or breaking up a double lesson. I use them with a score board for lessons, whereby students accumulate points over the unit.
A resource for use when teaching map reading, navigation and how to use a compass. In particular, this focusses on 4 activities students can take part in, in small groups, pairs or individually to practice and consolidate knowledge and understanding of the compass. Equipment detailed in the sheet, and resource card used as a reciprocal task card for students to work through. Perfect for PE, OAA, Duke of Edinburgh and Geography.
Two pages to be printed back-to-back and then laminated to make use of as a reciprocal resource card and check-sheet outdoors. Perfect for map reading, OAA, orienteering or navigation lessons. Clear, easy-to-use instructions on how to use a compass, including the different parts of the compass and how to take a bearing. Perfect for Duke of Edinburgh training, PE and Geography lessons.
A powerpoint presentation covering the muscular and skeletal systems. Questions followed by answers available for use as a starter, random questioning during the lesson, or a revision tool.
A detailed Early Years scheme of work incorporating movement skills, gross and fine motor skills, spatial awareness, alongside many components of skill and health related fitness to develop the fundamentals all young children need in order to fully develop into competent Key Stage 1 PE students. Scheme of work 3 of 3 (Summer) The scheme of work has been written making use of the Early Years (England) programme and criteria, alongside Australian and New Zealand PMP alternatives.
An excellent resource with high quality images on with a series of 7 badminton sequences for use during core and examination PE lessons. This is a reciprocal resource and perfect to laminate and give to students to use independently in pairs and small groups. Perfect for self, peer and group assessment, as well as differentiation, as students can determine which sequence level they are at. On a PowerPoint presentation for ease of printing (image slightly pixelated due to small area shown).
A detailed Early Years scheme of work incorporating movement skills, gross and fine motor skills, spatial awareness, alongside many components of skill and health related fitness to develop the fundamentals all young children need in order to fully develop into competent Key Stage 1 PE students. Scheme of work 1 of 3 (Autumn). The scheme of work has been written making use of the Early Years (England) programme and criteria, alongside Australian and New Zealand PMP alternatives.
A detailed Early Years scheme of work incorporating movement skills, gross and fine motor skills, spatial awareness, alongside many components of skill and health related fitness to develop the fundamentals all young children need in order to fully develop into competent Key Stage 1 PE students. Scheme of work 2 of 3 (Winter). The scheme of work has been written making use of the Early Years (England) programme and criteria, alongside Australian and New Zealand PMP alternatives.
A full day of lessons covering the Bronze/Silver DofE, GCSE PE Hill Walking/Orienteering, BTEC Sport OAA, navigation, right up to route planning.
A series of 12 activities to use as a teaching tool, aid and resource when leading outdoor adventurous activities, orienteering, map reading, geography or Duke of Edinburgh Award training. All resources are included (maps with all markings required to identify grid references, legend symbols, distance etc), making use of 1:25,000 mapping. Perfect to use as a teaching tool or a consolidation resource.
A detailed Scheme of Work for reception/foundation/early years teachers to deliver a robust, holistic unit with breadth and depth. Written by myself based on the National Curriculum for England and Wales, the Early Years programme, as well as research carried out on the New Zealand and American curriculum. This is part 2 of 3 to cover the academic year for Physical Education, written by a PE specialist. The Scheme of Work includes objectives, previously learned skills (follow on from each Scheme of Work), assessment, activities, resources, phase of the scheme and success criteria.
Modern day developments in sport in Britain. Covers government, NGB and other agency developments in sport. This works in conjunction with Part 1 and Part 2 as a revision tool for the GCE exam. This can be used as a lesson plan to support revision or as a pupil revision tool. Includes exam questions and model answers.