This pack includes everything you need to put your play leaders through a training week. It includes: A training PowerPoint. A training booklet. Written and physical activities. See our page on TES to download Activity Cards for Play Leaders, or visit www.inspiredpeplanning.com/play-leaders for more details
Each Term includes 24 activity cards, 6 competition cards (along with recording sheets, certificates and sticker templates) and timetables. Although there will be some altering, we factor in the time of the year when deciding the majority of the activities & competitions for each term. For example, you will find more summer sports activities / field games in the summer, like cricket, rounders, netball, tri-golf, and more winter sports / playground games in the Autumn, like tag games, rugby, football, basketball.
Using Play Leaders to keep children active during break times is fantastic as there are so many benefits, including, but not limited to: Increasing physical activity levels of children during break times. Providing more opportunities for children to be active. Increasing interaction between children in different year groups. Teaching children skills and introducing them to new sports and games. However, we do need to remember that Play Leaders are still children and will need some support with what games & activities to teach. These 20 games, activities and challenges are simple to follow and require the use of minimal equipment, making them ideal for your Leaders.
People often think that your warm up needs to link to the specific sport that you are teaching. Yes it can help, but really, at primary school, the aim needs to be to get children moving, listening and smiling from the get go. These warm ups are certainly active and, what is even better, they require very minimal equipment, making them easy to set up. The activities in this pack are accessible to children of all ages, and can easily be modified to make them easier or harder dependant on the age of children you are teaching. We also offer progressions to show how you can move the children on further with each activity. See more resources at www.inspiredpeplanning.com
Some people think that cool downs aren’t important …but, at the end of the day, what teacher likes a group of hyper and energetic children running back into their classroom after a PE Lesson? A good cool down offers the chance to do many things, including to: Reflect on the lesson, by having conversations about the learning that has taken place. This providing good discussion between staff and children. Provide the children with the chance to settle back down ready to go back to their classrooms. Cool down your body/muscles to help prevent future injuries. More available at https://www.inspiredpeplanning.com
This pack included 40 teaching plans from the following two Quick Packs that we sell individually: 20 Warm Up Activities 20 Cool Down Activities Although separated into cool downs and warm ups, with a little imagination all 40 activities can be used as a warm up or cool down. Find out more about the packs here: https://www.inspiredpeplanning.com/quick-packs
This short 5 warm up and cool downs pack is aimed to give you an idea of how our ‘Quick Packs’ look. Our ‘Quick Packs’ always include either 10 or 20 activities that fit around a theme - as explained on the previous page. The theme of this preview pack is warm up and cool downs. The activities that you find in this pack can both be used to either as a warm up at the start of the lesson or as a cool down to conclude a lesson. However, these can also easily be used as standalone 20 minute activities if you ever have a break in the school day. Furthermore, these are easily suitable for your older children to use to lead active break times. Find more resources at www.inspiredpeplanning.com
We’ve all been there…you’re due to teach outdoor PE in the afternoon and the weather has took an unexpected turn, meaning, often to the children’s delight, PE is going to have to take place indoor! This pack offers 20 quick, easy and fun games that you can set up and play very quickly. Alternatively, these can be used to: Run an extra-curricular club. Deliver a winter Indoor PE Games unit. Help your playground leaders to run some games during break times. Either way, these tried and tested games will be a great hit with the children at your school. More available at https://www.inspiredpeplanning.com
On the curriculum? Yes. Know where to start? No idea! Like many schools, orienteering often pops up on medium and long term plans, but - generally - it is the activity that is skipped. We all know how important orienteering can be for our children - but us teachers often find it difficult to come up with fun and engaging activities to teach Orienteering. If that’s the case, this quick pack is perfect for you. Want a personalised pack for your school? Drop us an email and that can be arranged.
This pack included 80 teaching plans that can be used to help teaching PE lesson in your school, or to run extra - curricular clubs. They are also useful for playground leaders due their simplicity. The 4 packs included in this bundle are: 20 Warm Up Activities 20 Cool Down Activities 20 Hall Games 20 Dodgeball Games
To purchase this item at a discounted rate, visit www.inspiredpeplanning.com Now, I’m not sure exactly what it is about bean bags, but they end up absolutely everywhere in school! As PE leader, you buy a brand new 24 set, put them in their own named container and then, like magic, all gone! You then find everywhere! Usually the EYFS teachers have a handful, you’ll find some in the football bag, some in the dirtiest and darkest corner of your PE shed and, generally, some on the school roof! Well, this pack of activities gives your bean bags some real meaning and puts them to some really good use in school. They are perfect for all types of activities in school. The games and challenges in this pack cover a range of skills that form part of the national curriculum, making them ideal for use in PE lessons, they are equally as good if you are delivering a multi-sports after-school club or if you have member of staff who leads activities at break times.
We’ve all been there…you’re due to teach outdoor PE in the afternoon and the weather has took an unexpected turn, meaning, often to the children’s delight, PE is going to have to take place indoor! This pack offers 20 quick, easy and fun games that you can set up and play very quickly. Alternatively, these can be used to: Run an extra-curricular club. Deliver a winter Indoor PE Games unit. Help your playground leaders to run some games during break times. Either way, these tried and tested games will be a great hit with the children at your school. Find more at www.inspiredpeplanning.com