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Revision Rugby
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Revision Rugby

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Perfect for any subject or topic - especially GCSE or A level revision. The powerpoint contains the rules for revision rugby, all you need to do is create the bank of questions depending on the topic. I would recommend a minimum of 8 questions for each group - these can also be differentiated. Students constantly request this game due to it’s interactive nature. Enjoy!
Chocolate Bar Challenge
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Chocolate Bar Challenge

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Great for fitness lessons. More able students can bring in chocolate bars worth higher calories so they have to burn off more.
Revision Football
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Revision Football

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This revision game is perfect for all ages and subjects! This resource can be used again and again for different topics, all you need to do is create the questions! This pack contains questions for the cardiovascular system, respiratory system, socio-cultural influences. Create differentiated questions that can be worth a different number of passes. I would recommend printing and laminating the sheet in A3. You can keep score with a whiteboard pen on the laminated sheet.
Marking Stickers
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Marking Stickers

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These stickers are perfect for “Directed Improvement and Reflection Time”. They will enable you to cut your marking time and allow students to reflect on their learning. They can be applied to all abilities and subjects.
Coaching Partners
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Coaching Partners

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This resource is for co-operative learning - it’s perfect for checking understanding and for students to learn from others. Students have to coach eachother through answering questions. This worksheet can be altered for questions on any topic.
GCSE PE Articulate
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GCSE PE Articulate

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Great revision lesson! The game is very easy to follow. I would recommend laminating the board and cards.
Million Pound Drop PE
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Million Pound Drop PE

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The classic game of million pound drop. This includes questions for OCR GCSE PE Paper 1 and the answer sheet. All you need is counters!