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I currently work overseas in an international school after leaving England. Therefore, I have resources that cover a wide range of exam boards and specifications as well several subjects including: PE, Geography and Primary. All resources in my shop have been used in my own lessons and so I can comment on their suitability and engagement success.

I currently work overseas in an international school after leaving England. Therefore, I have resources that cover a wide range of exam boards and specifications as well several subjects including: PE, Geography and Primary. All resources in my shop have been used in my own lessons and so I can comment on their suitability and engagement success.
2 part lesson on Microclimates - KS3 Geography
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2 part lesson on Microclimates - KS3 Geography

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This resource consists of a power point which covers 2 lessons (all required worksheets are included and teacher notes in the notes area of each slide). The topic is microclimates. It allows you to teach: what a microclimate is and about 5 things that create microclimates - physical features, shelter, buildings, surface and aspect. Each lesson includes both interactive areas and teacher led areas. I have used this with Year 7 classes but it could be used with any KS3 class. The learning objectives for both lessons are as follows: we can understand what the term microclimate means. we can describe what a microclimate is. we can explain why weather and temperature varies from place to place. On each slide the objective being worked on at that time is highlighted to ensure pupils are conscious of their progress at all times.
BTEC Sport Continous and Fartlek Training lesson
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BTEC Sport Continous and Fartlek Training lesson

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This resource consists of a power point, all required work sheets and a mark scheme (teacher notes are also included in the notes section of the power point slides). The topic is continuous and fartlek training. The resource is built for Pearson BTEC Sport Unit 1. The lesson includes both interactive areas (card sort) and teacher led areas (information catch up) as well as a section in which pupils answer exam questions based on the lesson content. I have used this with Year 9 & 10 classes and have found it to be a very successful and engaging lesson. The learning objectives for the lesson are as follows: Lesson 1 We can identify types of aerobic endurance training (Level 1 pass). We can describe type of aerobic endurance training (Level 2 pass). We can apply our knowledge to exam style questions (Level 2 Merit). On each slide the objective being worked on at that time is highlighted to ensure pupils are conscious of their progress at all times.
Anticyclones and Depressions simple worksheet
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Anticyclones and Depressions simple worksheet

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These resource has 3 questions based on anticyclones and depressions. Question 1 asks pupils to place the feature of anticyclones and depressions in the correct column with which they are associated. Question 2 asks them to write a paragraph comparing the weather of anticyclones and depressions. Question 3 asks pupils to write a short story about themselves being in an anticyclone of depression.
Y8 12 lesson Fitness SoW
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Y8 12 lesson Fitness SoW

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This resource is a 12 lesson Fitness SoW for a Y8 group. The SoW includes: 3 learning objectives for each lesson, a 3 part lesson (which has a variety of suggested activities and progressions), key questions for each lesson, cross curricular links, subject intent and an overview. Learning objectives are split into undergraduate, graduate and master. They increase in difficulty and are excellent for mixed ability groups. Things covered in this SoW are: fitness testing, continuous training, circuit training, interval training, fartlek training, weight training and creating your own training session. A great resource for teaching Fitness. Would be useful for both experienced and new teachers.
GCSE Sedentary lifestyle and obesity lesson (AQA Specification)
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GCSE Sedentary lifestyle and obesity lesson (AQA Specification)

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This bundle includes a power point, lesson plan and resources needed for all activities (including differentiated worksheets for higher and lower ability pupils). The lesson is on sedentary lifestyle and obesity and meets the AQA GCSE PE specification for the topic. I have included the lesson plan so that you can see what activities match which slides etc. I have used this lesson with my GCSE Year 9 and Year 10 classes and have found it to be very successful in terms of engagement and giving the pupils knowledge/understanding. The objectives of the lesson can be seen below. Lesson activities include: fill in the missing words, guided discovery task for the effects of a sedentary lifestyle, a card sort and a table activity for pupils to complete. • 3/4 - Demonstrate understanding of what a sedentary lifestyle is and what obesity is. • 5/6 – Identify and explain the consequences of leading a sedentary lifestyle and being obese. • 7+ - Apply knowledge of a sedentary lifestyle and obesity to sporting examples.
BTEC Sport Additional principles of training lesson
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BTEC Sport Additional principles of training lesson

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This resource consists of a power point, all required work sheets and a WAGOLL (teacher notes are also included in the notes section of the power point slides). The topic is additional principles of training. The resource is built for Pearson BTEC Sport Unit 1. The lesson includes both interactive areas and teacher led areas with a peer teaching task. I have used this with Year 9 & 10 classes and have found it to be a very successful and engaging lesson. The learning objectives for the lesson are as follows: Lesson 1 We can identify the additional principles of training (Level 1 pass). We can define the additional principles of training (Level 2 pass). We can create a training session with consideration for the principles of training (Level 2 merit). On each slide the objective being worked on at that time is highlighted to ensure pupils are conscious of their progress at all times.
Netball Challenge Cards
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Netball Challenge Cards

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A set of 15 small cards that can be printed and laminated. Each card has the name, picture and club badge of a professional netball player. Underneath this information is a challenge for the pupil/player to complete. Both skill based and team based challenges are included in the resource. These are great for differentiating a practical netball lesson and can allow you to really challenge your gifted players.
Microclimates worksheet
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Microclimates worksheet

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A double sided A4 resource that will allow students to demonstrate their knowledge of the factors/features which create microclimates. The sheet asks pupils to identify how microclimates are created by different features in their own words. The sheet includes pictures to aid pupils.
How are you feeling today scale?
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How are you feeling today scale?

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An A4 resource on which pupils can show the teacher how they are feeling on that day. Works well in primary classrooms. The 4 emotions included are: happy, okay, sad and angry. A name tag is also included which can be edited to add pupil names on so they can stick their name tag on the scale each day when they enter the classroom. Each emotion is represented by an image and a short description so pupils can understand each emotion.
Y7 12 lesson Fitness SoW
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Y7 12 lesson Fitness SoW

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This resource is a 12 lesson Fitness SoW for a Y7 group. The SoW includes: 3 learning objectives for each lesson, a 3 part lesson (which has a variety of suggested activities and progressions), key questions for each lesson, cross curricular links, subject intent and an overview. Learning objectives are split into undergraduate, graduate and master. They increase in difficulty and are excellent for mixed ability groups. Things covered in this SoW are: fitness testing, continuous training, circuit training, interval training, fartlek training, weight training and creating your own training session. A great resource for teaching Fitness. Would be useful for both experienced and new teachers.
GCSE PE revision lesson on the Musculoskeletal system (AQA GCSE Specification)
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GCSE PE revision lesson on the Musculoskeletal system (AQA GCSE Specification)

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This is a bundle for a GCSE revision lesson on the Musculoskeletal system for the AQA Physical Education exam board. The bundle includes the power point and resources needed for all activities included. I have used this resource with both year 10 and year 11 pupils to aid their revision and have found it particularly useful to aid their memory and recall of the topic. The resources meet the AQA specification and cover everything pupils need to know including: the names of all bones and muscles, types of joint, functions of the skeleton and key features of synovial joints. Lesson activities include: label the bones and muscles starter, a group task linking sports to the musculoskeletal system, joint labelling task and a paired newspaper article creation task. The lesson does not have learning objectives as it is purely for revision purposes.
BTEC Sport Components of Physical Fitness Lesson
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BTEC Sport Components of Physical Fitness Lesson

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This resource consists of a power point, all required work sheets, information sheets and a mark scheme for progress questions (teacher notes are also included in the notes section of the power point slides). The topic is components of physical fitness (flexibility, speed, body composition, aerobic endurance, muscular endurance and muscular strength). The resource is built for Pearson BTEC Sport Unit 1. The lesson includes both interactive areas and teacher led areas. I have used this with Year 9 & 10 classes and have found it to be a very successful and engaging lesson. The learning objectives for the lesson are as follows: Lesson 1 We can name the components of physical fitness (Level 1 pass). We can define the 6 components of physical fitness (Level 2 pass). We can apply the components of physical fitness to sports performers (Level 2 Merit). On each slide the objective being worked on at that time is highlighted to ensure pupils are conscious of their progress at all times.
Y7 12 lesson Netball SoW
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Y7 12 lesson Netball SoW

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This resource is a 12 lesson Netball SoW for a Y7 group. The SoW includes: 3 learning objectives for each lesson, a 3 part lesson (which has a variety of suggested activities and progressions), key questions for each lesson, cross curricular links, subject intent and an overview. Learning objectives are split into undergraduate, graduate and master. They increase in difficulty and are excellent for mixed ability groups. Skills covered in the SoW are: passing, footwork, receiving, introduction to rules/positions, shooting, attacking, defending and game play. A great resource for teaching Netball. Would be useful for both experienced and new teachers.
Cambridge IGCSE PE Knowledge Organiser - Anatomy and Physiology
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Cambridge IGCSE PE Knowledge Organiser - Anatomy and Physiology

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An A3 Knowledge organiser containing all key information required for the Anatomy and Physiology section of the Cambridge IGCSE for Physical Education. Contains all information on the skeleton, joints and muscles as required by the Cambridge IGCSE. Labelled diagrams of the skeleton and muscles are also included. May also be useful for other exam boards in PE.
BTEC Sport Exercise Intensity lesson
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BTEC Sport Exercise Intensity lesson

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This resource consists of a power point, all required work sheets and a mark scheme (teacher notes are also included in the notes section of the power point slides). The topic is exercise intensity. The resource is built for Pearson BTEC Sport Unit 1. The lesson includes both interactive areas and teacher led areas as well as a section in which pupils answer exam questions based on the lesson content. I have used this with Year 9 & 10 classes and have found it to be a very successful and engaging lesson. The learning objectives for the lesson are as follows: Lesson 1 We can define exercise intensity (Level 1 pass). We can name the ways that exercise intensity can be measured (Level 2 pass). We can apply our knowledge to exam style questions (Level 2 Merit). On each slide the objective being worked on at that time is highlighted to ensure pupils are conscious of their progress at all times.
Introduction to maps - simple Geography lesson
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Introduction to maps - simple Geography lesson

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This resource consists of a power point which introduces the class to maps - what they, why we have them and what they look like. The lesson includes both interactive areas and teacher led areas. I have used this with Year 7 classes but it could be used with any KS3 class. The learning objectives for each lesson are as follows: Lesson 1 We can identify the role of maps. We can describe the importance of a map for key events. We can create a basic map. On each slide the objective being worked on at that time is highlighted to ensure pupils are conscious of their progress at all times.
3 part lesson on weather forecasting - KS3 Geography
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3 part lesson on weather forecasting - KS3 Geography

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This resource consists of a power point which covers 3 lessons (all required worksheets are included and teacher notes in the notes area of each slide). The topic is weather forecasting. The first lesson is stand alone and the second and third are a follow on of each other. The 3 lessons allow you to teach: how weather is forecast, what an anticyclone is and why it occurs and what a depression is and why it occurs. Each lesson includes both interactive areas and teacher led areas. I have used this with Year 7 classes but it could be used with any KS3 class. The learning objectives for each lesson are as follows: Lesson 1 We can identify key weather features which can be predicted We can understand how weather is forecast We can explain how weather is predicted Lesson 2 & 3 We can understand how an anticyclone and depression occurs We can identify the distinct features of an anticyclone and depression We can explain why and anticyclone and depression occurs On each slide the objective being worked on at that time is highlighted to ensure pupils are conscious of their progress at all times.
Football differentiated AFL Questions
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Football differentiated AFL Questions

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This resource is a set of 9 differentiated questions based on defending in football. Easy questions are coloured red, harder questions orange and the hardest questions in green. I have used these questions for differentiated AFL in football lessons and have found that they work well for pupils as they are unaware of the differentiation invovled therefore, nobody is labelled as lower ability. Example questions from the resource are: Identify two teaching points for defending in football. (Lower) How will poor defending impact upon your team in a football match? (Harder) As a defender if you miss the initial opportunity to dispossess the attacker what can you do? (Hardest)
Year 7 Weather and Climate Geography Test
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Year 7 Weather and Climate Geography Test

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This resource is a 13 question, 26 mark geography test on Weather and Climate. It is aimed at Year 7 but may be suitable for other year groups depending on topics being taught. See example questions below. I gave it as an open book test but it can easily be used as a regular test with slight adjustment to the wording on the front cover. My students found this test easy to navigate and I found it covered everything necessary for me to assess them. This is written following the international curriculum specification but could be suitable for other specifications and easily adjusted Example questions: Explain the affect buildings will have on a climates micro-climate. (2) Identify the piece of equipment used to measure temperature. (1) In the box below draw a labelled diagram showing the process through which rain occurs. (4)
Double sided football defending resource
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Double sided football defending resource

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This resource is an A4 double sided football resource. The first side has a simple football defending drill on with instructions on how to set up and complete the drill along with ideas to make the drill easier or harder. The second side of the resource teaches pupils how to defend in football and allows them to self/peer-assess against a tick box checklist. I have found this resource to be highly engaging, particularly with KS3.