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I mainly provide practical and academic PE content. However, I have vast experience as a Head of Year and general use of Excel and PowerPoint to plan, teach and monitor students.

I mainly provide practical and academic PE content. However, I have vast experience as a Head of Year and general use of Excel and PowerPoint to plan, teach and monitor students.
Edexcel GCSE PE Interactive revision lesson for joint types, planes and axis of movement
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Edexcel GCSE PE Interactive revision lesson for joint types, planes and axis of movement

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This lesson will help your students to explore the concepts required for joint types, movements, planes and axis of movement. An interactive lesson where students work as a team to complete challenges and then reflect upon their own knowledge at the end so they can inform their own revision plans. Instructions are also embedded into the footnote of the powerpoint to help you teach each aspect of the lesson.
Expectations Assembly
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Expectations Assembly

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First assembly with a new year group. I started this assembly hiding out of sight. I ran in 2 minutes late, tie untied, shirt out, and my shoes were at the front at the stage. I got to the front and put them on. Then I stood up and pretended to get flustered, as if I didn't know what I was doing I then started the powerpoint about first impressions and expectations. Enjoy.
Key Stage 3 Detailed Football Scheme of Work
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Key Stage 3 Detailed Football Scheme of Work

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Year 7, 8 and 9 Scheme of Work for football. Very detailed lesson plans for a 6-8 lesson scheme. The idea behind creating this resource was three-fold. Firstly, it allowed the department to deliver consistent football lessons. Secondly, it allowed those unfamiliar with football to develop their own PD. Thirdly, it saves a great deal of time when the dreaded call from OFSTED comes around as the work is done for you.
Head of Year Academic Mentoring Cards
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Head of Year Academic Mentoring Cards

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Assist your students to tackle academic and social issues, identify their learning styles, understand how to approach exams and much more with these mentoring cards..... They can be used in tutor time, at home, independently or with your support. Enjoy!!
Mock Exam Assembly
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Mock Exam Assembly

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Preparing year 11s or 13s for mock exams. Use this to share the key information about the whole process.
Key Stage 3 Detailed Tennis Scheme of Work
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Key Stage 3 Detailed Tennis Scheme of Work

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Very detailed scheme of work for year 7, 8 and 9 tennis. The idea behind creating this resource was to assist colleagues to develop their tennis knowledge, allow for consistency when teaching tennis across the department and to already have all the content written up for the dreaded OFSTED call. Enjoy.
Levers in Sport - Edexcel GCSE PE/Edexcel A Level PE/ IB SEHS
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Levers in Sport - Edexcel GCSE PE/Edexcel A Level PE/ IB SEHS

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Biomechanics is a difficult topic for anyone to grasp. This interactive lesson is designed to get the students to experience the levers in real life terms and in sporting context. Both understanding and experiential activities are created for students with some exam questions to summarise the learning. Enjoy.
Sport Education Model - Core PE
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Sport Education Model - Core PE

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Year 10 and 11 Core PE!! No ones favourite whether you are a student or a teacher. Mix things up with a Sport Education Model. Reward students for practical, leadership and officiating skills across the curriculum. Inside this resource is a template that has been successfully embedded into two schools. Includes assessment criteria and visual assessment model (easy to follow), ideas on types of resources to use within lesson, certificate templates and intro powerpoint for the students.
Football Positions/Tactical insight game
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Football Positions/Tactical insight game

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Even struggled to get your students to appreciate space in a game? Struggle with positions and knowledge of skills required in different positions. Then look no further. This lesson idea can be ran over one lesson or for a complete scheme. Students are restricted to areas of play and must master relevant skills in their area. A great game, well received by experienced and inexperienced football students. Enjoy.
Academic PE pathway display with careers
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Academic PE pathway display with careers

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One frustration of being a PE teacher is the perception other departments, parents and students have about our subject. There is more to PE than being a 'throw and catch' expert. This displays highlights the choices that can be made from year 9 students considering GCSE PE all the way through to University. You can obviously change the content to suit your school and the subject choices available to your students. Enjoy.
Interactive Whiteboard Tactics Board (Football, Netball and Rugby)
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Interactive Whiteboard Tactics Board (Football, Netball and Rugby)

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Gary Neville has taken Sky Sports punditry to the next level. Bring Sky Sports Monday Night Football into your classroom with these interactive tactics boards for football, netball and rugby. Alternatively, they make for a great 'get out of jail free card' if the weather ruins your lesson and you are forced into a classroom.
Sports Day Records Display
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Sports Day Records Display

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This document was produced to help raise the profile of athletics within our school. The document was printed with each sports record square being blown up to A2 size and displayed on the wall outside the changing rooms. In addition, each sports record square was blown up onto a cardboard sign and placed at each event during sports day so the students could see what records they were trying to beat. A great visual aid for promoting competition and athletic records. Enjoy.
Sliding Filament Theory Prison Break Activity
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Sliding Filament Theory Prison Break Activity

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The sliding filament theory is one of the trickiest and complex aspects of the A Level Specification. This resource breaks down the journey of the electrical impulse from the CNS, converting into chemical impulse at the synapse before causing muscular contraction due to the sliding filament theory at the muscle. This interactive activity allows students to understand what is involved at each stage and what each component is responsible for. Learning a fun way with the prison break challenge.