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British Values - Mutual Respect and Tolerance
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British Values - Mutual Respect and Tolerance

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This assembly focuses on one of the British Values with regards to Mutual Respect and Tolerance. The first slide is a definition of respect “A regard for the feelings, wishes, or rights of others”. The next slide asks the students to compare and contrast the sports football and rugby with regards to the respect shown by both the players and spectators. This should spark debate about the respect and possible lack of respect shown in each. The following slides show footballers abusing referees and and then an article detailing how many referees are leaving football due to the abuse that they take. A short video of a rugby referee then follows this which demonstrates how rugby players generally show great respect for the referee as he tells off 30 men who were not following the rules without any of them questioning him in any way. The next two slides show a recent Manchester football derby where the police had to create a line to keep the fans away from each other. The next slide shows two rugby fans stood together at a game shouting on their teams. This is the hook into the theme of mutual respect because why does rugby seem to have a culture of respect whilst football does not? I then explain that when people show each other respect this makes for a happier experience for all people involved. I then ask the students how can we show respect for each other at our school and within our house to make it a nice place to be? I have broken this up into respecting yourself, respecting the environment and then others. Whilst talking about respecting others I then introduce the term mutual respect and explain why this is important. This leads into discussion about that fact that in Britian we live in a diverse nation made up of many different cultures, languages, races, and backgrounds and how we can learn from others. I then finish the assembly with a golden rule about mutual respect: Treat others as you want to be treated
A Level PE - The Development of Association Football
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A Level PE - The Development of Association Football

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Learning Objectives: Outline the rationalisation and modern day development of Association Football. Identify the factors affecting the emergence of elite female performers in football in late 20th and early 21st century. Consider the changing role of women in sport.
A Level PE - The Theories of Learning  - Skill Aquisition
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A Level PE - The Theories of Learning - Skill Aquisition

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Learning Objectives: Introduce the four theories of learning. - Operant Conditioning. - Observational Learning (Bandura). - Social Development Theory (Vygotsky). - Insight Learning (Gestaltist theories). Understand how the theories of learning impact on skill development.
Assembly - Find Out What Is Your Motivation, Use It, Benefit From It
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Assembly - Find Out What Is Your Motivation, Use It, Benefit From It

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The assembly is centred around students finding a way to motivate them self and tapping into this to work hard in school. The first section of the video is a short funny video about a student who procrastinates for an entire day, making excuses to do silly tasks so that he does not have to revise. My starter here is that I believe that some of the students in my house are very similar when it comes to their won work or revision. I then define motivation and talk about some of the challenges that students will face shortly that will require motivation to succeed. Examples include their exams, finding a job, their driving test etc. The next section of the assembly is another short video that takes clips from movies with inspirational quotes. Threaded throughout this video are extracts from a motivational American speaker called Eric Thomas. He was once homeless but is now a multi millionaire. I have taken my faviourite quotes from this short video that I can relate too and I believe that the students will as well such as this: ‘I don’t do well in math, your right. You ain’t never studied. I’m not good at writing, because you have never written before. Most of you won’t be successful because when you’re studying and you get tired, you quit. (Eric Thomas - How Bad Do You Want It, 2013) I end the assembly by saying that I often listen to Eric Thomas because when I do it makes me feel inspired and motivates me. The task I then set my House is to think about what motivates them individually and use that the next time they feel like procrastinating for a day to avoid school work.
A Level PE - Energy Continuum
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A Level PE - Energy Continuum

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A Level Exercise Physiology lesson. Learning objectives: - Identify the predominant energy system used related to the type of exercise. - Explain the inter-changing between thresholds during an activity. - Discuss the effect of level of fitness, availability of oxygen and food fuels, and enzyme control on energy system used.
A Level PE - Principles of Training
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A Level PE - Principles of Training

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A Level Exercise Physiology lesson. Learning objectives: - Introduce the Principles of Training (‘Mrs Vopp Testing WC’). - Give specific sporting examples for all principles of training. - Show example PowerPoint for task next lesson.
Assembly - Anti Bullying , Cyber Bullying Focus
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Assembly - Anti Bullying , Cyber Bullying Focus

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This assembly has a focus on cyber bullying. The assembly opens with a short clip showing a boy talking to a girl in a chat room. He is being told to say nasty things to her by her friends. The clip ends with the boy telling the girl that they would be better off if she was dead and asks the question 'how would you feel?' Cyber bullying is a huge issue in schools and this assembly then focuses upon the different types of cyber bullying that can take place and their impact on people.
GCSE PE - The Cardiovascular System
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GCSE PE - The Cardiovascular System

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A GCSE PE lesson on the cardiovascular system. This lesson is based on the Edexcel exam board. Learning Objectives: - Learn the immediate and short term effects of exercise on the cardiovascular system. - Learn the long term effects of exercise on the cardiovascular system.
A Level PE - Vascular Shunt Mechanism and the Vasomotor Control Centre
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A Level PE - Vascular Shunt Mechanism and the Vasomotor Control Centre

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A Level Anatomy and Physiology lesson. Learning objectives: - Introduce the vascular shunt mechanism. - Describe the distribution of cardiac output at rest and during exercise. - Explain the role of the vasomotor centre and the involvement of arterioles and pre-capillary sphincters.
Assembly - Positive Thinking - Growth and Fixed Mindset
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Assembly - Positive Thinking - Growth and Fixed Mindset

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The assembly is based around a fixed and growth mind set. It uses a series of clips taken from I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here from a couple of years ago when Helen Flannigan was voted to do a number of Bush Tucker Trails. The first two clips show here saying that 'she isn't feeling this today' and then quits before really having a go. The next clip shows here saying that she is going 'to give it her very best' and she completes the trial gaining all of the stars. The message is about approaching a task with a positive mindset. I then list the challenges that each Key Stage will face during the academic year and the importance of being positive and giving everything 100% effort.
GCSE PE - Somatotypes
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GCSE PE - Somatotypes

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Learning Objectives: - Describe the different body types. - Explain the effect each somatotype can have on performance. - Identify optimum weight and why it varies.
Assembly - Can We Rely On Being Lucky To Be Successful?
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Assembly - Can We Rely On Being Lucky To Be Successful?

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This assembly focuses on the prospect of relying in the lottery, lucky charms or Mystic Meg to predict our future and rely on to be a success. The first part of the assembly is a clip of a euro lottery draw. I ask the staff to fill out their numbers before the assembly with slips for the euro draw. The staff will not win the lottery (hopefully!). I then move on to the use of lucky charms and then onto star signs and Mystic Meg by reading out staff star signs. The key message is that we cannot rely on luck or anything else apart from our own hard work.
A Level PE - The Benefits and Barriers to Raising Participation in Sport
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A Level PE - The Benefits and Barriers to Raising Participation in Sport

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Learning Objectives: Outline the key terms associated with the barriers to sport. Identify the barriers to participation, the three target groups (women, disability, ethnic minorities), and the possible solutions to overcome them Discuss the health, fitness and social benefits of raising participation in sport.
Football Trivia Wet Weather PE Lesson
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Football Trivia Wet Weather PE Lesson

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This quiz contains 8 questions that are based on football. I use these for wet weather football lessons. An example includes: 1) There are 23 different last names for a team out of the 92 in England (e.g. City, United). Name them....
A Level PE - The Muscualar System
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A Level PE - The Muscualar System

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A Level Anatomy and Physiology lesson. Learning objectives: - Identify the location of muscles in the body. - Introduce key terms related to the muscular system such as agonists, antagonists, origin and insertion. - Identify the three types of muscle tissue.
A Level PE - Industrial and Post Industrial 1780-1900 Recreation
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A Level PE - Industrial and Post Industrial 1780-1900 Recreation

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A Level Physical Education Skill Acquisition lesson. Learning Objectives: - Understand how sport changed to reflect a changing society during the Industrial Revolution. - Identify the characteristics of rational recreation. - Relate the characteristics of early industrial Britain to the characteristics of rational recreation.
Assembly - Wear Sunscreen, Listen To The Advice That Is  Offered To You
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Assembly - Wear Sunscreen, Listen To The Advice That Is Offered To You

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This is a really fun assembly that students love. The start of the assembly shows the cover of the song "Everybody's Free (To Wear Sunscreen)“ by Baz Luhrman. I explain to the group that this song made number 1 in 1999 and was one of my favourite songs whilst at school. The whole song is centred around someone giving life advice. I then play the song and show a picture that details of the advice given in the song. I then move onto the next part of the assembly. This requires some preparation. You need to ask staff to send pictures of themself from their school years and insert this into the presentation. I then show pictures of member of staff and ask the students who they think it is. This normally gets a great laugh. Once I have been through all of the pictures my message is that as staff we often give lots of advice and sometimes students feel that we are nagging or getting at them. The message is that as staff, we have all made the mistakes that you are going to make so use us and trust us when we offer advice.
Confidence Thermometer - Progress Checker
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Confidence Thermometer - Progress Checker

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I use this document as a progress checker during lessons and have this laminated and blown up into A1 size in my classroom to use. As the beginning of the lesson when I go explain the learning objectives of the lesson I ask students to write their names on a post it note and then stick their name on the thermometer depending on how confident they feel against the topic. During the lesson I then ask students to move their names if they feel they have made progress against the learning objectives. This is a brilliant tool to demonstrate progress as it is visual and can be visited at any pint during a lesson.