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I offer a range of both practical and theory work. I teach OCR GCSE PE, however many things are transferable. Practical activities suit secondary ages 11-18. Thank you for browsing!

I offer a range of both practical and theory work. I teach OCR GCSE PE, however many things are transferable. Practical activities suit secondary ages 11-18. Thank you for browsing!
Mcdonalds calorie burner FITNESS
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Mcdonalds calorie burner FITNESS

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A great way to keep students engaged in fitness and break away from the stereotypical old-school style fitness lessons! Students will have to pick a range of food off the menu, log how many calories each item has and burn off those calories with specific exercises. Easily differentiated.
GCSE PE Paper 2 Exam questions revision booklet
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GCSE PE Paper 2 Exam questions revision booklet

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Booklet shows the over view of the GCSE PE OCR specification Commercialisation Ethics in Sport Sports Psychology Engagement patterns After each question there is spaces for students to answer, teacher feedback and another space for students to amend their answer and get a re-mark. Booklet easily adapted to suit.
Fitness Bingo!
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Fitness Bingo!

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Super fun and engaging activity suitable for all ages. Draw a master copy on the whiteboard Teacher shuts eyes and moves arm until students say stop Whatever activity you land on, ALL student must do the exercise regardless of if they have it on their board or not Perform for 1-2 minutes with a 30 second rest Play for one line, 2 lines & full house
What muscles are we working? Fitness activity ft GCSE PE muscles component
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What muscles are we working? Fitness activity ft GCSE PE muscles component

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A challenging and engaging activity for all students. However, ideal for those KS3 who are thinking of taking GCSE PE Students have to think about what muscles they are going to work before they take part in an exercise After they have finished the exercise they have the opportunity to change their answers Check answers and give points Attached muscles blank document used to assess learning. What muscles do they know at the start compared to the end?
GCSE PE Engagement Patterns REVISION BINGO!
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GCSE PE Engagement Patterns REVISION BINGO!

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This is a really fun, engaging yet simple way of revising. Can be used as part of a revision session and/or starter. PART 1: includes topics; Age - Gender - Discrimination - Disability - Access - Religion - Ethnicity How to use: Each student has a bingo board and selects 12-16 of their own keyword off the board (these should be the answers) You will show the statements/statistics and a student has to shout bingo if they think they have the keyword Bonus rounds are in orange - and also some keywords are repeated with different statements I used little bags of Haribos as prizes!
Board Dash GCSE PE Engagement patterns
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Board Dash GCSE PE Engagement patterns

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On the next slide are a series of statements/questions and keywords On your tables you will have a set of different coloured sticky notes As a team, you must answer the questions as quickly as possible by writing the answer on the sticky note, running to the front of the classroom and sticking the answer in the relevant box If there is a key word – write something you know about this! Once the box has been filled (answered) no other teams can attempt to answer
Orienteering name that sport challenge
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Orienteering name that sport challenge

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Using the resource attached… print and laminate the starts and hide them accordingly around your school / PE facility. I use a school map which I put numbers on which allows the students to know which areas there will be stars
Board Dash GCSE PE - Commercialisation
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Board Dash GCSE PE - Commercialisation

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On the next slide are a series of statements/questions and keywords On your tables you will have a set of different coloured sticky notes As a team, you must answer the questions as quickly as possible by writing the answer on the sticky note, running to the front of the classroom and sticking the answer in the relevant box If there is a key word – write something you know about this! Once the box has been filled (answered) no other teams can attempt to answer
Board Dash GCSE PE - Health, Fitness & Well-being
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Board Dash GCSE PE - Health, Fitness & Well-being

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On the next slide are a series of statements/questions and keywords On your tables you will have a set of different coloured sticky notes As a team, you must answer the questions as quickly as possible by writing the answer on the sticky note, running to the front of the classroom and sticking the answer in the relevant box If there is a key word – write something you know about this! Once the box has been filled (answered) no other teams can attempt to answer
Board Dash GCSE PE - Sports Psychology
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Board Dash GCSE PE - Sports Psychology

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On the next slide are a series of statements/questions and keywords On your tables you will have a set of different coloured sticky notes As a team, you must answer the questions as quickly as possible by writing the answer on the sticky note, running to the front of the classroom and sticking the answer in the relevant box If there is a key word – write something you know about this! Once the box has been filled (answered) no other teams can attempt to answer
Board Dash GCSE PE full set
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Board Dash GCSE PE full set

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On the next slide are a series of statements/questions and keywords On your tables you will have a set of different coloured sticky notes As a team, you must answer the questions as quickly as possible by writing the answer on the sticky note, running to the front of the classroom and sticking the answer in the relevant box If there is a key word – write something you know about this! Once the box has been filled (answered) no other teams can attempt to answer Engagement patterns Sports psychology Commercialisation Ethics in sport Health, Fitness & Well-being