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I'm a PE teacher that enjoys making great resources to be used in lessons with my classes. After a few compliments and recommendations I decided to sell on TES. On TES I mainly have full unit resources for the new OCR GCSE PE (9-1) specification. Each unit will feature all that you need for the unit as I adopt the all-in-one approach, allowing you to get organised before each unit. nw_pe@hotmail.com

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I'm a PE teacher that enjoys making great resources to be used in lessons with my classes. After a few compliments and recommendations I decided to sell on TES. On TES I mainly have full unit resources for the new OCR GCSE PE (9-1) specification. Each unit will feature all that you need for the unit as I adopt the all-in-one approach, allowing you to get organised before each unit. nw_pe@hotmail.com
OCR GCSE PE 9-1 (2016) Paper 2 Revision Booklet / Guide with Questions and Mark Scheme
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OCR GCSE PE 9-1 (2016) Paper 2 Revision Booklet / Guide with Questions and Mark Scheme

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We have over 400 5 star reviews on our highly successful GCSE PE units of work and are confident that our new OCR GCSE PE Revision Guides will not disappoint! This is a 53 page revision guide for Paper 2 – Socio-cultural issues and sports psychology (02) of the OCR GCSE (9-1) PE Specification (first examination in 2018). As a PE teacher who was unsatisfied with the revision guides available on the market I decided to create this for our students. As a department, we believe that this revision guide is as good, if not better than the ones available from publishers. However, with this one you will only need to purchase the file once then print as many as you need for years to come meaning this could offer you excellent value. The guide has been created in line with the specification to feature <b>everything</b> that students need to know for Paper 2. The information is clear, detailed and displayed in an appealing, easily accessible style for students with supporting images and diagrams. Please see the bottom of this text if you wish to see what is covered. As well as the information necessary, within the workbook for every aspect of the specification students must apply the knowledge to create a sporting example, practicing assessment objective 2 (AO2). They must do so using one of the nine sports people featured in the booklet. By applying their knowledge to sport students can develop greater understanding as opposed to that gained from just reading through their notes. If you have purchased our resources before you will be familiar with our set up. In addition to the vast amount of sporting example questions, at the end of each unit there are some exam style questions testing recall, explanation and relative importance skills. Also included is a mark scheme for these questions, allowing you to go through these in lessons. You could use these booklets in lessons in the lead up to the exam as they will take students hours to complete, or they could be provided to work on at home. If you have any queries please contact us at nw_pe @hotmail.com If you decide to purchase please leave us a review, especially if you have purchased our items before, we’d love to hear how you’ve found it. Content covered: 2.1.a – Engagement patterns of different social groups in physical activity and sport 2.1.b – Commercialisation of physical activity and sport 2.1.c – Ethical and socio-cultural issues in physical activity and sport 2.2 – Sports psychology 2.3 – Health, fitness and well-being Paper 1 revision guide also available here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/ocr-gcse-pe-9-1-2016-paper-1-revision-booklet-guide-with-questions-and-mark-scheme-11860148
OCR GCSE PE 9-1 (2016) Paper 1 Revision Booklet / Guide with Questions and Mark Scheme
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OCR GCSE PE 9-1 (2016) Paper 1 Revision Booklet / Guide with Questions and Mark Scheme

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We have over 400 5 star reviews on our highly successful GCSE PE units of work and are confident that our new OCR GCSE PE Revision Guide will not disappoint! This is a 59 page revision booklet/guide for Paper 1 – Physical factors affecting performance (01) of the OCR GCSE (9-1) PE Specification (first examination in 2018). As a PE teacher who was unsatisfied with the revision guides available on the market I decided to create this for our students. As a department, we believe that this revision guide is as good, if not better than the ones available from publishers. However, with this one you will only need to purchase the file once then print as many as you need for years to come meaning this could offer you excellent value. The guide has been created in line with the specification to feature <b>everything</b> that students need to know for Paper 1. The information is clear, detailed and displayed in an appealing, easily accessible style for students with supporting images and diagrams. Please see the bottom of this text if you wish to see what is covered. As well as the information necessary, within the workbook for every aspect of the specification students must apply the knowledge to create a sporting example, practicing assessment objective 2 (AO2). They must do so using one of the six sports people featured in the booklet. By applying their knowledge to sport students can develop greater understanding as opposed to that gained from just reading through their notes. If you have purchased our resources before you will be familiar with our set up. Also included is a mark scheme for these questions, allowing you to go through these in lessons. You could use these booklets in lessons in the lead up to the exam as they will take students hours to complete, or they could be provided to work on at home. If you have any queries please contact us at nw_pe @hotmail.com If you decide to purchase please leave us a review, especially if you have purchased our items before, we’d love to hear how you’ve found it. Content covered: 1.1.a – The structure and function of the skeletal system 1.1.b – The structure and function of the muscular system 1.1.c – Movement analysis 1.1.d – The cardiovascular and respiratory systems 1.1.e – The effects of exercise on the body systems 1.2.a – The components of fitness 1.2.b – Applying the principles of training 1.2.c – Preventing injury in physical activity and training Paper 2 Revision Booklet/Guide also available here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/ocr-gcse-pe-9-1-2016-paper-2-revision-booklet-guide-with-questions-and-mark-scheme-11880661
OCR GCSE PE 9-1 (2016) 2.3 - Health, Fitness and Well-being - Unit of Work
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OCR GCSE PE 9-1 (2016) 2.3 - Health, Fitness and Well-being - Unit of Work

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** Leave a review with your email address or email me at NW_PE@hotmail.com to receive the Comic Life A3 Revision Mat for this unit for free - click to see my other items to see examples ** This is a full unit of work for the new OCR GCSE (9-1) PE Specification (2016). Please check out my other resources for more OCR Units just like this one. You can now purchase the full specification bundle from my TES shop. This will be all you need to deliver unit 2.3 - Health, Fitness and Well-being, including: A 80 slide powerpoint covering all aspects of the specification for the unit. This powerpoint contains learning outcomes, all the necessary information for notes, interactive tasks, lots of embedded video clips, partner discussion activities, mini quiz and the answers to the tasks featured in the workbook and unit test. The powerpoint and workbook correspond so there is nothing you need to do other than print the documents. A 19 page all-in-one workbook created to be completed alongside the powerpoint. This features learning outcomes to self assess against, structured space to take notes, fun tasks, assessment opportunities and opportunities to apply knowledge to sporting examples. A topic test to be completed at the end of the unit. This contains the questions released by OCR as well as some that have been created for the unit to test each part of the specification. It also includes a 6 mark question. The test is out of 25 marks and the answers feature on the powerpoint to go through with students. 2 six mark question sheets featuring a six mark question. One is scaffolded and will allow you to give more support to some students and hopefully allow them to access the higher marks whilst all completing the same task. A dominoes activity. Students work in pairs to match the dominoes as quickly as they can. This task will test students on all aspects of this unit. The student version is randomised and cheat proof. The teacher version is in order so you can flick through and reveal the answers to the class. A keywords sheet to be completed at the beginning and then the end of the unit. This is a handy revision tool for students as they can keep the keywords together. It also allows them to see what they have learnt throughout the unit. This unit has been created in line with the specification and covers each section. I have not made this resource just to sell it, I take pride in making sure my resources are great and I will be delivering these units myself this year. Please leave a review if you like the resource!
OCR GCSE PE 9-1 (2016) 1.1.d - Homework Project -  The Cardiovascular and Respiratory System
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OCR GCSE PE 9-1 (2016) 1.1.d - Homework Project - The Cardiovascular and Respiratory System

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This is a homework project booklet for unit 1.1.d - The Cardiovascular and Respiratory Systems for the new OCR GCSE (9-1) PE Specification (2016). Check out my other resources where you will find full, highly rated units of work for the new OCR specification. This homework task follows the structure of all our homework tasks as our students benefit from routine and structure. Based on their target grade students complete four differentiated questions. Students have a choice of nine questions which are banded into difficulty. The bands that they answer the questions from are determined by their target grade but students can choose to push them selves and are still offered choice with three questions in each band. For example a student with a target grade of 6 would be expected to answer 1 question from band D (hardest), 2 from band C (middle) and 1 from band B (easiest). The questions require them to practice various skills such as explaining (band B), applying to sport (band C) and evaluating (band D). For each unit each part of the specification is covered within a question. The way this homework works is fully explained on the booklet.
OCR GCSE PE 9-1 (2016) 1.1.e - The Effects of Exercise on the Body Systems - Unit of Work
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OCR GCSE PE 9-1 (2016) 1.1.e - The Effects of Exercise on the Body Systems - Unit of Work

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** Leave a review with your email address or email me at NW_PE@hotmail.com to receive the Comic Life A3 Revision Mat for this unit for free - click to see my other items to see examples ** This is a full unit of work for the new OCR GCSE (9-1) PE Specification (2016). Please check out my other resources for more OCR Units just like this one. You can now purchase the full specification bundle from my TES shop. This will be all you need to deliver the fifth unit - 1.1.e - The Effects of Exercise on the Body Systems. This resource contains the following: A 80 slide powerpoint covering all aspects of the specification for the unit. This powerpoint contains learning outcomes, all the necessary information for notes, interactive tasks, embedded video clips, whiteboard activities, exam questions, two mini quizzes, 6 mark question tips and the answers to the tasks featured in the workbook. The powerpoint and workbook correspond so there is nothing you need to do other than print the documents. A 27 page all-in-one workbook created to be completed alongside the powerpoint. This features learning outcomes to self assess against, space to take notes, graph work, fun tasks, assessment opportunities, a 6 mark question and opportunities to apply knowledge to sporting examples. For this unit I have also introduced boxes for AO1, AO2 and AO3's to allow students to clearly recognise each one and the structure. My aim is that this will enable students to write with this structure easier during tests and access the higher marks. A 'name and explain grid'. In this activity students will highlight whether the 25 effects listed in the grid are short or long term effects, they will also identify which system they belong too. On the reverse side they will explain each effect. This task is easy to differentiate as I have some students give sporting examples and evaluate the importance whilst others just explain the effects. A topic test to be completed at the end of the unit. This contains the questions released by OCR as well as some that have been created for the unit to test each part of the specification. It also includes a 6 mark question. The test is out of 25 marks and the answers feature on the powerpoint to go through with students, I have wrote model answers as well as the OCR mark scheme. A keywords sheet to be completed at the beginning and then the end of the unit. This is a handy revision tool for students as they can keep the keywords together. It also allows them to see what they have learnt throughout the unit. This unit has been created in line with the specification and covers each section. I have not made this resource just to sell it, I take pride in making sure my resources are great and I will be delivering these units myself this year. Please leave a review if you find this resource useful, thank you.
Components of Fitness PE Display Board Posters
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Components of Fitness PE Display Board Posters

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Here is a selection of 14 display posters that look at the components of fitness and applying them to practical examples. 6 of the posters detail the 11 components of fitness with definitions and sporting examples. The other 8 posters feature pictures of sports people with 3 questions on each poster which require students to select and apply the appropriate component of fitness. Questions on the posters include: 'Which component is needed to win the ball in a scrum?' (Rugby) 'Which component is needed to change directions quickly to save a deflected shot?' (Goalkeeper) 'Which component is needed to hit the ball accurately when batting?' (Cricket) 'Which component is needed to stay withing the throwing circle?' (Discus) Together they make an eye catching display and have been very popular with our students. We also plan to use them in lessons as they link to GCSE PE. Also attached is an A3 title page which discusses the components of fitness and introduces the task of answering the sports person questions, we have this in the middle of our display board. If you like these we also have Numeracy in PE and Literacy in PE displays on our page.
OCR GCSE PE 9-1 (2016) 1.1.d - The Cardiovascular and Respiratory System A3 Revision Mat/Mindmap
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OCR GCSE PE 9-1 (2016) 1.1.d - The Cardiovascular and Respiratory System A3 Revision Mat/Mindmap

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** Get this Comic Life A3 Revision Mat for free when you buy the corresponding unit of work and leave a review - click my store to find the full units and to see examples ** This is an A3 double sided revision mat for the third unit of the new OCR GCSE PE specification (2016) - 1.1.d The Cardiovascular and Respiratory System. Each bullet point of the specification has its own box where students recall then apply their knowledge to sporting examples. It is a great recap of the unit. This resource also guides students to write AO1, AO2 and AO3's regarding the systems, helping them to structure their answers. It has been created on Comic Life and students always like this design. We also have full units available for the new OCR Specification, please see our other items.
OCR GCSE PE 9-1 (2016) 1.1.d - The Cardiovascular and Respiratory System - Unit of Work
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OCR GCSE PE 9-1 (2016) 1.1.d - The Cardiovascular and Respiratory System - Unit of Work

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** Leave a review with your email address or email me at NW_PE@hotmail.com to receive the Comic Life A3 Revision Mat for this unit for free - click to see my other items to see examples ** This is a full unit of work for the new OCR GCSE (9-1) PE Specification (2016). Please check out my other resources for more OCR Units just like this one. You can now purchase the full specification bundle from my TES shop. This will be all you need to deliver the forth unit - 1.1.d - The Cardiovascular and Respiratory System. This resource contains the following: A 63 slide powerpoint covering all aspects of the specification for the unit. This powerpoint contains learning outcomes, all the necessary information for notes, interactive tasks, embedded video clips, whiteboard activities, exam questions, a mini quiz, 6 mark question tips and the answers to the tasks featured in the workbook. The powerpoint and workbook correspond so there is nothing you need to do other than print. A 17 page all-in-one workbook created to be completed alongside the powerpoint. This features learning outcomes to self assess against, space to take notes, fun tasks, assessment opportunities, a 6 mark question and opportunities to apply knowledge to sporting examples. A topic test to be completed at the end of the unit. This contains the questions released by OCR as well as some that have been created for the unit to test each part of the specification. It also includes a 6 mark question. The test is out of 25 marks and the answers feature on the powerpoint to go through with students, I have wrote model answers as well as the OCR mark scheme. The pathway of the blood activity. Students work in pairs to create the pathway of the blood by ordering the cards into the correct order. Answers are interactive on the powerpoint to go through. Test your knowledge answer sheet. This is an activity sheet to go alongside an activity in the presentation. Students answer the questions as quick as they can before peer marking. A keywords sheet to be completed at the beginning and then the end of the unit. This is a handy revision tool for students as they can keep the keywords together. It also allows them to see what they have learnt throughout the unit. This unit has been created in line with the specification and covers each section. I have not made this resource just to sell it, I take pride in making sure my resources are great and I will be delivering this myself this year. Please leave a review if you find this resource useful, thank you.
Numeracy in PE Display Board Posters
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Numeracy in PE Display Board Posters

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Here is a selection of 14 display posters that look at numeracy in PE. Each poster covers a different area of maths through sporting questions/scenarios. These have been created very recently and feature up to date information (Euro 2016 etc.) Together they make an eye catching display and have been very popular with our students. Our maths department also have a copy for display as students have engaged with them. The answers are attached from when students tell you their guesses. Topics covered: Multiplication Exchanging Currency Conversion Value for Money Calculating Area Speed, Distance and Time Division Interpreting Data Percentages Statistics Averages Comparing Data Probability Mean, Median and Range If you like these I also have Literacy in PE display posters on my page.
OCR GCSE PE 9-1 (2016) 1.2.b - Applying the Principles of Training - Unit of Work
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OCR GCSE PE 9-1 (2016) 1.2.b - Applying the Principles of Training - Unit of Work

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** Leave a review with your email address or email me at NW_PE@hotmail.com to receive the Comic Life A3 Revision Mat for this unit for free - click to see my other items to see examples ** This is a full unit of work for the new OCR GCSE (9-1) PE Specification (2016). Please check out my other resources for more OCR Units just like this one. You can now purchase the full specification bundle from my TES shop. This will be all you need to deliver unit 1.2.b - Applying the Principles of Training, including: A 137 slide powerpoint covering all aspects of the specification for the unit. This powerpoint contains learning outcomes, all the necessary information for notes, interactive tasks, embedded video clips, partner discussion activities, exam questions, mini quiz, 6 mark question tips and the answers to the tasks featured in the workbook. The powerpoint and workbook correspond so there is nothing you need to do other than print the documents. A 20 page all-in-one workbook created to be completed alongside the powerpoint. This features learning outcomes to self assess against, space to take notes, fun tasks, assessment opportunities and opportunities to apply knowledge to sporting examples. A topic test to be completed at the end of the unit. This contains the questions released by OCR as well as some that have been created for the unit to test each part of the specification. It also includes a 6 mark question. The test is out of 25 marks and the answers feature on the powerpoint to go through with students. 3 six mark question sheets featuring a six mark question. These feature varying scaffolds and will allow you to give more support to some students and hopefully allow them to access the higher marks whilst all completing the same task. A practical methods of training worksheet for a practical lesson where students experience the methods of training. Students guess which method they are experiencing and describe which sports person would need this. A dominos activity. Students work in pairs to match the dominos as quickly as they can. This task will test students on all aspects of this unit. The student version is randomised and cheat proof. The teacher version is in order so you can flick through and reveal the answers to the class. A keywords sheet to be completed at the beginning and then the end of the unit. This is a handy revision tool for students as they can keep the keywords together. It also allows them to see what they have learnt throughout the unit. Bingo grids for the bingo activity. This unit has been created in line with the specification and covers each section. I have not made this resource just to sell it, I take pride in making sure my resources are great and I will be delivering these units myself this year. Please leave a review if you like the resource!
OCR GCSE PE 9-1 (2016) 2.1.c - Ethical and Socio-Cultural Issues in Physical Activity + Sport - Unit
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OCR GCSE PE 9-1 (2016) 2.1.c - Ethical and Socio-Cultural Issues in Physical Activity + Sport - Unit

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** Leave a review with your email address or email me at NW_PE@hotmail.com to receive the Comic Life A3 Revision Mat for this unit for free - click to see my other items to see examples ** This is a full unit of work for the new OCR GCSE (9-1) PE Specification (2016). Please check out my other resources for more OCR Units just like this one. You can now purchase the full specification bundle from my TES shop. This will be all you need to deliver unit - 2.1.c - Ethical and Socio-Cultural Issues in Physical Activity and Sport, including: A 77 slide powerpoint covering all aspects of the specification for the unit. This powerpoint contains learning outcomes, all the necessary information for notes, interactive tasks, lots of embedded video clips, partner discussion activities, 6 mark question advice/model, mini quiz and the answers to the tasks featured in the workbook. The powerpoint and workbook correspond so there is nothing you need to do other than print the documents. A 17 page all-in-one workbook created to be completed alongside the powerpoint. This features learning outcomes to self assess against, space to take notes, fun tasks, assessment opportunities and opportunities to apply knowledge to sporting examples. A topic test to be completed at the end of the unit. This contains the questions released by OCR as well as some that have been created for the unit to test each part of the specification. It also includes a 6 mark question. The test is out of 25 marks and the answers feature on the powerpoint to go through with students. A market place activity about performance enhancing drugs. Students work in groups to collect information from around the room then apply this to sporting examples. I advise that these worksheets are printed off in A3. 2 six mark question sheets featuring a six mark question. One is scaffolded and will allow you to give more support to some students and hopefully allow them to access the higher marks whilst all completing the same task. Bingo grids for the bingo activity on the powerpoint. A keywords sheet to be completed at the beginning and then the end of the unit. This is a handy revision tool for students as they can keep the keywords together. It also allows them to see what they have learnt throughout the unit. This unit has been created in line with the specification and covers each section. I have not made this resource just to sell it, I take pride in making sure my resources are great and I will be delivering these units myself this year. Please leave a review if you like the resource!
OCR GCSE PE 9-1 (2016) 2.2 - Sports Psychology - Unit of Work
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OCR GCSE PE 9-1 (2016) 2.2 - Sports Psychology - Unit of Work

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** Leave a review with your email address or email me at NW_PE@hotmail.com to receive the Comic Life A3 Revision Mat for this unit for free - click to see my other items to see examples ** This is a full unit of work for the new OCR GCSE (9-1) PE Specification (2016). Please check out my other resources for more OCR Units just like this one. You can now purchase the full specification bundle from my TES shop. This will be all you need to deliver unit - 2.2 - Sports Psychology, including: A 99 slide powerpoint covering all aspects of the specification for the unit. This powerpoint contains learning outcomes, all the necessary information for notes, interactive tasks, lots of embedded video clips, partner discussion activities, mini quiz and the answers to the tasks featured in the workbook. The powerpoint and workbook correspond so there is nothing you need to do other than print the documents. A 17 page all-in-one workbook created to be completed alongside the powerpoint. This features learning outcomes to self assess against, structured space to take notes, fun tasks, assessment opportunities and opportunities to apply knowledge to sporting examples. A topic test to be completed at the end of the unit. This contains the questions released by OCR as well as some that have been created for the unit to test each part of the specification. It also includes a 6 mark question. The test is out of 25 marks and the answers feature on the powerpoint to go through with students. 2 six mark question sheets featuring a six mark question. One is scaffolded and will allow you to give more support to some students and hopefully allow them to access the higher marks whilst all completing the same task. A test your knowledge grid for students to complete towards the end of the unit. They then use the reverse side to create questions for their peers to answer. A keywords sheet to be completed at the beginning and then the end of the unit. This is a handy revision tool for students as they can keep the keywords together. It also allows them to see what they have learnt throughout the unit. This unit has been created in line with the specification and covers each section. I have not made this resource just to sell it, I take pride in making sure my resources are great and I will be delivering these units myself this year. Please leave a review if you like the resource!
Full Unit Trampolining Resource Cards (28) - Key Stage 3 / Key Stage 4 / GCSE
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Full Unit Trampolining Resource Cards (28) - Key Stage 3 / Key Stage 4 / GCSE

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This is a set of 28 task cards for trampolining (14 double sided cards). This is a full unit of planning across all years, all you need to do is print and trampolining lessons will be planned for a while. Each card features teaching points, a diagram, common error corrections and the progressions to work through to perform the skill. Most of the progressions and teaching points are from the British Gymnastics Teachers Resource Pack the received on my Level 2. The cards are well presented and follow the same easy to use structure. At our school we print them double sided and laminate them. We place each set in a zipped A3 wallet and just use the appropriate set in each lesson. Students can peer assess on the tables on each card with whiteboard pens. The cards cover all of the skills for the new (2016) GCSE OCR specification. The skills covered are: Set 1 (Basic Skills): Controlled Straight Bouncing, Tuck, Pike, Straddle, Half Twist, Full Twist. Set 2 (Seat Landing Skills): Seat Landing, Seat Landing Half Twist, Half Twist Seat Landing, Swivel Hips. Set 3 (Front Landing Skills): Front Landing, Front Landing Half Twist, Half Twist Front Landing, Half Turntable, Seat Landing to Front Landing, Front Landing to Seat Landing. Set 4 (Back Landing Skills): Back Landing, Back Landing Half Twist, Half Twist Back Landing, Cradle, Back Landing to Front Landing, Front Landing to Back Landing. Set 5 (Somersaults): Hands and Knees Forwards Turnover, ¾ Forward Turn Over, Front Somersault, Back Pullover, Back Somersault.
The Big Quiz of the Year 2017! - End of Term Quiz - Music, News, Sport, TV, Film etc.
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The Big Quiz of the Year 2017! - End of Term Quiz - Music, News, Sport, TV, Film etc.

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A 72 Slide Quiz that could be used as a fun activity towards the end of term with secondary students. This powerpoint is easy to use and requires very minimal effort, just print the answer sheet for students and load on powerpoint. Quiz Rounds: Music Round - 10 music clips embedded into the powerpoint ready to play! (YouTube links provided if you are on an older version of PowerPoint) Film Round - 10 film posters that have be put through photo effect software making them difficult to recognise. News Round - 10 multiple choice questions on the news throughout 2017, featuring the new pound coin, Donald Trump and storm Doris! Picture Round - Guess the items by using the pictures to ‘say what you see’. Sport Round - 5 multiple choice questions across 5 sports. Television Round - Identify the show that the presenter or actor is famous for. The answers are revealed at the end of the powerpoint and there is a corresponding answer sheet provided for teams, although this would not be a necessity if you were short of time, scrap paper will do! This has taken over 5 hours to make, you will find nothing old here, the content has all been made from scratch so students will not have done this before. Please leave a review if this is what you were looking for!
Sporting Quotes PE Display Board Posters
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Sporting Quotes PE Display Board Posters

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Here are 19 display board posters with famous/inspirational sporting quotes and photos of successful athletes such as Usain Bolt, Michael Phelps, Team GB hockey team, New Zealand rugby team, Anthony Joshua, Serena Williams and 13 more. The posters have been made on photoshop and indesign computer software so that in most cases the athlete appears in colour and the background appear black and white, as a result they are quite eye catching and make a great display in a PE corridor. I advise that they are printed onto A3 paper. You can download four of the posters for free by following the link below to see if they are what you are looking for first. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/sporting-quotes-pe-display-board-posters-11566711
OCR GCSE PE 9-1 (2016) 2.3 - Health, Fitness and Well-being A3 Revision Mat
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OCR GCSE PE 9-1 (2016) 2.3 - Health, Fitness and Well-being A3 Revision Mat

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** Get this Comic Life A3 Revision Mat for free when you buy the corresponding unit of work and leave a review - click my store to find the full units and to see examples ** This is an A3 double sided revision mat for the unit of the new OCR GCSE PE specification (2016) - 2.3 - Health, Fitness and Well-being. Each part of the specification has its own box where students recall then apply their knowledge to sporting examples. It is a great recap of the unit. It has been created on Comic Life and students always like this design. We also have full units available for the new OCR Specification, please see our other items.
Literacy in PE Display Board Posters
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Literacy in PE Display Board Posters

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Here is a selection of 14 display posters that look at literacy in PE. Each poster covers a different sport and features keywords from the sport, these have been created in line with the new GCSE specification and feature core and advanced skills. Together they make an eye catching display and have been very popular with our students. We have also displayed them on boards in lessons to encourage students to use the terminology in discussions. Also attached is an A3 title page which discusses 'Literacy in PE', we have this in the middle of our display board. The sports featured are athletics, badminton, cricket, dance, fitness, football, gymnastics, handball, hockey, netball, rugby, tennis, trampolining and volleyball. If you like these I also have Numeracy in PE displays on my page.
Healthy, Active Lifestyle - PE Display Board Posters
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Healthy, Active Lifestyle - PE Display Board Posters

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Revamp your PE corridor in one go by purchasing the full set: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/physical-education-display-board-posters-pe-11327856 5 posters detailing how students can lead a healthy, active lifestyle. Together these make a nice display in a PE corridor.
Sporting Quotes PE Display Board Posters
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Sporting Quotes PE Display Board Posters

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If you like these then you may consider my other package which includes 15 more of these posters for £3. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/sporting-quotes-pe-display-board-posters-11566827 Here are 4 display board posters with famous/inspirational sporting quotes and photos of successful athletes. The posters have been made on photoshop and indesign computer software so that in most cases the athlete appears in colour and the background appear black and white, as a result they are quite eye catching. I advise that they are printed onto A3 paper.
OCR GCSE PE 9-1 (2016) - Revision Check List
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OCR GCSE PE 9-1 (2016) - Revision Check List

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This is a revision check list for that can be given to students when revising for their OCR GCSE PE exam. Each part of the specification is covered and the list features tick boxes so that students can keep track of their revision.