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British Dodgeball's mission is to 'inspire generations and communities to enjoy the benefits of playing dodgeball'. Everything we offer here has been developed by a team of qualified physical education specialist teachers, qualified primary school teachers and experienced Level 2 and 3 dodgeball sports coaches. British Dodgeball are the national governing body of dodgeball in the UK as recognised by the European and World Dodgeball Association, as of 2017.

British Dodgeball's mission is to 'inspire generations and communities to enjoy the benefits of playing dodgeball'. Everything we offer here has been developed by a team of qualified physical education specialist teachers, qualified primary school teachers and experienced Level 2 and 3 dodgeball sports coaches. British Dodgeball are the national governing body of dodgeball in the UK as recognised by the European and World Dodgeball Association, as of 2017.
Dodge5: Game On Dodgeball PE Cards
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Our Dodge Five: Game On PE dodgeball resource cards are a must-have resource for anyone planning dodgeball-based physical education lessons or extra-curricular activities. Each card has example activities for throwing, catching, dodging and blocking as well as other game ideas. An excellent free resource to help your school get into dodgeball!
Dodge5:@Home Dodgeball PE Activity Cards
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Our Dodge Five:@Home PE dodgeball resource cards are a must-have resource for anyone planning dodgeball-based physical education lessons, extra-curricular activities or wantign to give children worthwhile home-based PE tasks. Each card has example activities for throwing, catching, dodging and blocking as well as other game ideas which can easily be done at home as well as in the school hall or yard. An excellent free resource to help your school get into dodgeball!
Dodgeball PE Secondary Scheme of Work Overview
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The British Dodgeball Secondary Scheme of Work is designed to teach Physical Education in Secondary Schools through dodgeball-based activity. The scheme of work contains three units of 6 lessons for Lower KS3, Upper KS3 and KS4 which have been designed in line with the National Curriculum (2014), and has been created to aid teachers in teaching a broad and balanced Physical Education curriculum. The first unit has been developed to introduce, consolidate and build upon learning contained in the KS2 British Dodgeball Primary Scheme of Work which pupils may not have completed. The upper KS3 and KS4 units build upon the previous to form a spiral curriculum (Bruner, 1960). Besides containing numerous opportunities for improving physical literacy, the British Dodgeball Secondary Scheme of Work has been designed to encourage holistic development of children through supplying analytical and problem-solving opportunities in addition to developing tactical awareness. Each unit focuses one lesson towards the core skills of dodgeball (throwing, catching, dodging, blocking), one lesson towards tactical development and one lesson towards applying the skills learned throughout the unit in competitive situations. Each lesson plan contains key questions, which encourage higher order thinking (Bloom, 1956) and assists teachers with formative assessment, and three levels of assessment criteria which teachers can use to track progress in line with GCSE level descriptors. The goal of this scheme of work is to create active learners who engage thoroughly in Physical Education lessons on a cognitive and social level, and are therefore more likely to embrace a healthy, active lifestyle when older. Access a free sample lesson plan here: https://britishdodgeball.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/LKS3-Lesson-3-Dodging.pdf Access a free sample resource here: https://britishdodgeball.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/Resource-UKS3-Lesson-6-Competition-Week.pdf Access a free subject knowledge card here: https://www.britishdodgeball.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/SKC-Throwing-Technique.pdf Our Secondary Lesson Plans can be purchased as the whole Scheme of Work for Lower KS3, Upper KS3 and KS4 or individually as one of the 3 sets.
Dodge5:DodgeFit Dodgeball PE Cards
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Our Dodge Five: DodgeFit PE dodgeball resource cards are a must-have resource for anyone planning dodgeball-based physical education lessons or extra-curricular activities. Each card has example activities for getting fit by using throwing, catching, dodging and blocking as well as other game ideas. An excellent free resource to help your school get into dodgeball and help increase the fitness of your pupils in a fun way!
Dodgeball PE Scheme of Work  - Year 6
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Dodgeball PE Scheme of Work - Year 6

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Our comprehensive dodgeball lesson plans have been designed by PE experts and offer a detailed scheme of work consisting of 6 lesson plans for Year 6. Each set of year group lesson plans are accompanied by up to 3 instructional videos and 5 printable resources, and contain differentiation methods that will challenge and support pupils in order to enhance their learning. Our lesson plans offer progressive drills and skill-based activities that are in line with the PE National Curriculum with a specific focus on Physical, Social, Problem Solving and Tactical skills. You will find 3 levels of assessment for each lesson that are split into emerging, expecting and exceeding criteria so that pupils can be assessed accurately and easily. According to Sport England’s Active Lives Survey (Mar, 2019), dodgeball is the 2nd most highly participated sport in UK primary schools with almost half a million pupils playing each week. Access a free sample lesson plan here: https://britishdodgeball.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Year-2-Lesson-2-Catching.pdf Access a free sample resource here: https://britishdodgeball.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Year-2-Resource-Lesson-2-Catching.pdf View a free sample video resource here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=84Yt5UXxP5g Our Primary Lesson Plans can be purchased individually for each year group or as a bundle containing the whole Scheme of Work for Years 1 to 6.
Dodge5 PE Dodgeball Activity Cards
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Dodge5 PE Dodgeball Activity Cards

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Our Dodge Five PE dodgeball resource cards are a must-have resource for anyone planning dodgeball-based physical education lessons or extra-curricular activities. Each card has example activities for throwing, catching, dodging and blocking as well as other game ideas. An excellent free resource to help your school get into dodgeball!
Dodgeball PE Primary Scheme of Work Overview
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Dodgeball PE Primary Scheme of Work Overview

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Our comprehensive dodgeball lesson plans have been designed by PE experts and offer a detailed scheme of work consisting of 6 lesson plans for each Year group in primary school. Each set of year group lesson plans are accompanied by up to 3 instructional videos and 5 printable resources, and contain differentiation methods that will challenge and support pupils in order to enhance their learning. Our lesson plans offer progressive drills and skill-based activities that are in line with the PE National Curriculum with a specific focus on Physical, Social, Problem Solving and Tactical skills. You will find 3 levels of assessment for each lesson that are split into emerging, expecting and exceeding criteria so that pupils can be assessed accurately and easily. According to Sport England’s Active Lives Survey (Mar, 2019), dodgeball is the 2nd most highly participated sport in UK primary schools with almost half a million pupils playing each week. Access a free sample lesson plan here: https://britishdodgeball.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Year-2-Lesson-2-Catching.pdf Access a free sample resource here: https://britishdodgeball.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Year-2-Resource-Lesson-2-Catching.pdf View a free sample video resource here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=84Yt5UXxP5g Our Primary Lesson Plans can be purchased individually for each year group or as a bundle containing the whole Scheme of Work for Years 1 to 6.
Maths Lesson Plans: Dodgeball
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Maths Lesson Plans: Dodgeball

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Our Maths education pack is made up of 4 lessons based around dodgeball, and is perfect for weaving into a Maths unit based around one of the subject below. Lesson plans can be adapted for ages 5-11. They all use interesting stimuli and are based around the following subjects: Word Problems Measure Problems Shape Co-ordinates/Grid references
Dodge5:Remixed Dodgeball PE Cards
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Dodge5:Remixed Dodgeball PE Cards

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Our Dodge Five: REmixed PE dodgeball resource cards are a must-have resource for anyone planning dodgeball-based physical education lessons or extra-curricular activities. Each card has example activities for throwing, catching, dodging and blocking as well as other game ideas. An excellent free resource to help your school get into dodgeball!
English Lesson Plans: Dodgeball
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English Lesson Plans: Dodgeball

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Our English education pack is made up of 4 lessons based around dodgeball, and is perfect for weaving into an English unit on sport or giving as homework. Lesson plans can be adapted for ages 5-11. They all use interesting stimuli and are based around the following types of writing: Character Description Script Instructions Narrative (Story)
Dodgeball PE Scheme of Work  - Primary School Set
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Dodgeball PE Scheme of Work - Primary School Set

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Our comprehensive dodgeball lesson plans have been designed by PE experts and offer a detailed scheme of work consisting of 6 lesson plans each for Year1-Year 6 (£6 lesson plans total). Each set of year group lesson plans are accompanied by up to 3 instructional videos and 5 printable resources, and contain differentiation methods that will challenge and support pupils in order to enhance their learning. Our lesson plans offer progressive drills and skill-based activities that are in line with the PE National Curriculum with a specific focus on Physical, Social, Problem Solving and Tactical skills. You will find 3 levels of assessment for each lesson that are split into emerging, expecting and exceeding criteria so that pupils can be assessed accurately and easily. According to Sport England’s Active Lives Survey (Mar, 2019), dodgeball is the 2nd most highly participated sport in UK primary schools with almost half a million pupils playing each week. Access a free sample lesson plan here: https://britishdodgeball.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Year-2-Lesson-2-Catching.pdf Access a free sample resource here: https://britishdodgeball.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Year-2-Resource-Lesson-2-Catching.pdf View a free sample video resource here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=84Yt5UXxP5g Our Primary Lesson Plans can be purchased individually for each year group or as a bundle containing the whole Scheme of Work for Years 1 to 6.
Dodgeball PE Scheme of Work - Secondary School Set
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Dodgeball PE Scheme of Work - Secondary School Set

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The British Dodgeball Secondary Scheme of Work is designed to teach Physical Education in Secondary Schools through dodgeball-based activity. The scheme of work contains three units of 6 lessons for Lower KS3, Upper KS3 and KS4 which have been designed in line with the National Curriculum (2014), and has been created to aid teachers in teaching a broad and balanced Physical Education curriculum. The first unit has been developed to introduce, consolidate and build upon learning contained in the KS2 British Dodgeball Primary Scheme of Work which pupils may not have completed. The upper KS3 and KS4 units build upon the previous to form a spiral curriculum (Bruner, 1960). Besides containing numerous opportunities for improving physical literacy, the British Dodgeball Secondary Scheme of Work has been designed to encourage holistic development of children through supplying analytical and problem-solving opportunities in addition to developing tactical awareness. Each unit focuses one lesson towards the core skills of dodgeball (throwing, catching, dodging, blocking), one lesson towards tactical development and one lesson towards applying the skills learned throughout the unit in competitive situations. Each lesson plan contains key questions, which encourage higher order thinking (Bloom, 1956) and assists teachers with formative assessment, and three levels of assessment criteria which teachers can use to track progress in line with GCSE level descriptors. The goal of this scheme of work is to create active learners who engage thoroughly in Physical Education lessons on a cognitive and social level, and are therefore more likely to embrace a healthy, active lifestyle when older. Access a free sample lesson plan here: https://britishdodgeball.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/LKS3-Lesson-3-Dodging.pdf Access a free sample resource here: https://britishdodgeball.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/Resource-UKS3-Lesson-6-Competition-Week.pdf Access a free subject knowledge card here: https://www.britishdodgeball.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/SKC-Throwing-Technique.pdf Our Secondary Lesson Plans can be purchased as the whole Scheme of Work for Lower KS3, Upper KS3 and KS4 or individually as one of the 3 sets.
Dodgeball PE Scheme of Work - Lower KS3
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Dodgeball PE Scheme of Work - Lower KS3

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The British Dodgeball Secondary Scheme of Work is designed to teach Physical Education in Secondary Schools through dodgeball-based activity. The scheme of work contains one unit of 6 lessons for Lower KS3 which have been designed in line with the National Curriculum (2014), and has been created to aid teachers in teaching a broad and balanced Physical Education curriculum. The first unit has been developed to introduce, consolidate and build upon learning contained in the KS2 British Dodgeball Primary Scheme of Work which pupils may not have completed. Besides containing numerous opportunities for improving physical literacy, the British Dodgeball Secondary Scheme of Work has been designed to encourage holistic development of children through supplying analytical and problem-solving opportunities in addition to developing tactical awareness. Each unit focuses one lesson towards the core skills of dodgeball (throwing, catching, dodging, blocking), one lesson towards tactical development and one lesson towards applying the skills learned throughout the unit in competitive situations. Each lesson plan contains key questions, which encourage higher order thinking and assists teachers with formative assessment, and three levels of assessment criteria which teachers can use to track progress in line with GCSE level descriptors. The goal of this scheme of work is to create active learners who engage thoroughly in Physical Education lessons on a cognitive and social level, and are therefore more likely to embrace a healthy, active lifestyle when older. Access a free sample lesson plan here: https://britishdodgeball.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/LKS3-Lesson-3-Dodging.pdf Access a free sample resource here: https://britishdodgeball.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/Resource-UKS3-Lesson-6-Competition-Week.pdf Access a free subject knowledge card here: https://www.britishdodgeball.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/SKC-Throwing-Technique.pdf Our Secondary Lesson Plans can be purchased as the whole Scheme of Work for Lower KS3, Upper KS3 and KS4 or individually as one of the 3 sets.
Dodgeball PE Scheme of Work  - Upper KS3
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Dodgeball PE Scheme of Work - Upper KS3

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The British Dodgeball Secondary Scheme of Work is designed to teach Physical Education in Secondary Schools through dodgeball-based activity. The scheme of work contains one unit of 6 lessons for Upper KS3 which have been designed in line with the National Curriculum (2014), and has been created to aid teachers in teaching a broad and balanced Physical Education curriculum. The first unit of our high school lesson plans been developed to introduce and consolidate learning contained in the KS2 British Dodgeball Primary Scheme of Work which pupils may not have completed, and the Upper KS3 and KS4 lesson plans builds upon this to form a spiral curriculum. Besides containing numerous opportunities for improving physical literacy, the British Dodgeball Secondary Scheme of Work has been designed to encourage holistic development of children through supplying analytical and problem-solving opportunities in addition to developing tactical awareness. Each unit focuses one lesson towards the core skills of dodgeball (throwing, catching, dodging, blocking), one lesson towards tactical development and one lesson towards applying the skills learned throughout the unit in competitive situations. Each lesson plan contains key questions, which encourage higher order thinking and assists teachers with formative assessment, and three levels of assessment criteria which teachers can use to track progress in line with GCSE level descriptors. The goal of this scheme of work is to create active learners who engage thoroughly in Physical Education lessons on a cognitive and social level, and are therefore more likely to embrace a healthy, active lifestyle when older. Access a free sample lesson plan here: https://britishdodgeball.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/LKS3-Lesson-3-Dodging.pdf Access a free sample resource here: https://britishdodgeball.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/Resource-UKS3-Lesson-6-Competition-Week.pdf Access a free subject knowledge card here: https://www.britishdodgeball.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/SKC-Throwing-Technique.pdf Our Secondary Lesson Plans can be purchased as the whole Scheme of Work for Lower KS3, Upper KS3 and KS4 or individually as one of the 3 sets.
Dodgeball PE Scheme of Work  - Year 5
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Dodgeball PE Scheme of Work - Year 5

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Our comprehensive dodgeball lesson plans have been designed by PE experts and offer a detailed scheme of work consisting of 6 lesson plans for Year 5. Each set of year group lesson plans are accompanied by up to 3 instructional videos and 5 printable resources, and contain differentiation methods that will challenge and support pupils in order to enhance their learning. Our lesson plans offer progressive drills and skill-based activities that are in line with the PE National Curriculum with a specific focus on Physical, Social, Problem Solving and Tactical skills. You will find 3 levels of assessment for each lesson that are split into emerging, expecting and exceeding criteria so that pupils can be assessed accurately and easily. According to Sport England’s Active Lives Survey (Mar, 2019), dodgeball is the 2nd most highly participated sport in UK primary schools with almost half a million pupils playing each week. Access a free sample lesson plan here: https://britishdodgeball.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Year-2-Lesson-2-Catching.pdf Access a free sample resource here: https://britishdodgeball.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Year-2-Resource-Lesson-2-Catching.pdf View a free sample video resource here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=84Yt5UXxP5g Our Primary Lesson Plans can be purchased individually for each year group or as a bundle containing the whole Scheme of Work for Years 1 to 6.
Dodgeball PE Scheme of Work  - Year 3
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Dodgeball PE Scheme of Work - Year 3

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Our comprehensive dodgeball lesson plans have been designed by PE experts and offer a detailed scheme of work consisting of 6 lesson plans for Year 3. Each set of year group lesson plans are accompanied by up to 3 instructional videos and 5 printable resources, and contain differentiation methods that will challenge and support pupils in order to enhance their learning. Our lesson plans offer progressive drills and skill-based activities that are in line with the PE National Curriculum with a specific focus on Physical, Social, Problem Solving and Tactical skills. You will find 3 levels of assessment for each lesson that are split into emerging, expecting and exceeding criteria so that pupils can be assessed accurately and easily. According to Sport England’s Active Lives Survey (Mar, 2019), dodgeball is the 2nd most highly participated sport in UK primary schools with almost half a million pupils playing each week. Access a free sample lesson plan here: https://britishdodgeball.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Year-2-Lesson-2-Catching.pdf Access a free sample resource here: https://britishdodgeball.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Year-2-Resource-Lesson-2-Catching.pdf View a free sample video resource here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=84Yt5UXxP5g Our Primary Lesson Plans can be purchased individually for each year group or as a bundle containing the whole Scheme of Work for Years 1 to 6.
Dodgeball PE Scheme of Work  - Year 4
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Dodgeball PE Scheme of Work - Year 4

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Our comprehensive dodgeball lesson plans have been designed by PE experts and offer a detailed scheme of work consisting of 6 lesson plans for Year 4. Each set of year group lesson plans are accompanied by up to 3 instructional videos and 5 printable resources, and contain differentiation methods that will challenge and support pupils in order to enhance their learning. Our lesson plans offer progressive drills and skill-based activities that are in line with the PE National Curriculum with a specific focus on Physical, Social, Problem Solving and Tactical skills. You will find 3 levels of assessment for each lesson that are split into emerging, expecting and exceeding criteria so that pupils can be assessed accurately and easily. According to Sport England’s Active Lives Survey (Mar, 2019), dodgeball is the 2nd most highly participated sport in UK primary schools with almost half a million pupils playing each week. Access a free sample lesson plan here: https://britishdodgeball.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Year-2-Lesson-2-Catching.pdf Access a free sample resource here: https://britishdodgeball.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Year-2-Resource-Lesson-2-Catching.pdf View a free sample video resource here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=84Yt5UXxP5g Our Primary Lesson Plans can be purchased individually for each year group or as a bundle containing the whole Scheme of Work for Years 1 to 6.
Dodgeball PE Scheme of Work  - Year 1
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Dodgeball PE Scheme of Work - Year 1

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Our comprehensive dodgeball lesson plans have been designed by PE experts and offer a detailed scheme of work consisting of 6 lesson plans for Year 1. Each set of year group lesson plans are accompanied by up to 3 instructional videos and 5 printable resources, and contain differentiation methods that will challenge and support pupils in order to enhance their learning. Our lesson plans offer progressive drills and skill-based activities that are in line with the PE National Curriculum with a specific focus on Physical, Social, Problem Solving and Tactical skills. You will find 3 levels of assessment for each lesson that are split into emerging, expecting and exceeding criteria so that pupils can be assessed accurately and easily. According to Sport England’s Active Lives Survey (Mar, 2019), dodgeball is the 2nd most highly participated sport in UK primary schools with almost half a million pupils playing each week. Access a free sample lesson plan here: https://britishdodgeball.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Year-2-Lesson-2-Catching.pdf Access a free sample resource here: https://britishdodgeball.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Year-2-Resource-Lesson-2-Catching.pdf View a free sample video resource here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=84Yt5UXxP5g Our Primary Lesson Plans can be purchased individually for each year group or as a bundle containing the whole Scheme of Work for Years 1 to 6.
Dodgeball PE Scheme of Work  - Year 2
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Dodgeball PE Scheme of Work - Year 2

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Our comprehensive dodgeball lesson plans have been designed by PE experts and offer a detailed scheme of work consisting of 6 lesson plans for Year 2. Each set of year group lesson plans are accompanied by up to 3 instructional videos and 5 printable resources, and contain differentiation methods that will challenge and support pupils in order to enhance their learning. Our lesson plans offer progressive drills and skill-based activities that are in line with the PE National Curriculum with a specific focus on Physical, Social, Problem Solving and Tactical skills. You will find 3 levels of assessment for each lesson that are split into emerging, expecting and exceeding criteria so that pupils can be assessed accurately and easily. According to Sport England’s Active Lives Survey (Mar, 2019), dodgeball is the 2nd most highly participated sport in UK primary schools with almost half a million pupils playing each week. Access a free sample lesson plan here: https://britishdodgeball.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Year-2-Lesson-2-Catching.pdf Access a free sample resource here: https://britishdodgeball.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Year-2-Resource-Lesson-2-Catching.pdf View a free sample video resource here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=84Yt5UXxP5g Our Primary Lesson Plans can be purchased individually for each year group or as a bundle containing the whole Scheme of Work for Years 1 to 6.
Dodgeball PE Scheme of Work  - KS4
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Dodgeball PE Scheme of Work - KS4

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The British Dodgeball Secondary Scheme of Work is designed to teach Physical Education in Secondary Schools through dodgeball-based activity. The scheme of work contains one unit of 6 lessons for Upper KS3 which have been designed in line with the National Curriculum (2014), and has been created to aid teachers in teaching a broad and balanced Physical Education curriculum. The first unit of our high school lesson plans been developed to introduce and consolidate learning contained in the KS2 British Dodgeball Primary Scheme of Work which pupils may not have completed, and the Upper KS3 and KS4 lesson plans builds upon this to form a spiral curriculum. Besides containing numerous opportunities for improving physical literacy, the British Dodgeball Secondary Scheme of Work has been designed to encourage holistic development of children through supplying analytical and problem-solving opportunities in addition to developing tactical awareness. Each unit focuses one lesson towards the core skills of dodgeball (throwing, catching, dodging, blocking), one lesson towards tactical development and one lesson towards applying the skills learned throughout the unit in competitive situations. Each lesson plan contains key questions, which encourage higher order thinking and assists teachers with formative assessment, and three levels of assessment criteria which teachers can use to track progress in line with GCSE level descriptors. The goal of this scheme of work is to create active learners who engage thoroughly in Physical Education lessons on a cognitive and social level, and are therefore more likely to embrace a healthy, active lifestyle when older. Access a free sample lesson plan here: https://britishdodgeball.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/LKS3-Lesson-3-Dodging.pdf Access a free sample resource here: https://britishdodgeball.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/Resource-UKS3-Lesson-6-Competition-Week.pdf Access a free subject knowledge card here: https://www.britishdodgeball.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/SKC-Throwing-Technique.pdf Our Secondary Lesson Plans can be purchased as the whole Scheme of Work for Lower KS3, Upper KS3 and KS4 or individually as one of the 3 sets.