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Currently working in a school teaching Edexcel GCSE PE (New Spec) and BTEC Sport (Level 3). Resources will primarily be things I produce for my Y11 GCSE group as we work through the new syllabus. Along with resources made at my previous schools / during my PGCE year. Teaching since 2014. Previous background was in sports coaching and performance analysis at football academies.

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Currently working in a school teaching Edexcel GCSE PE (New Spec) and BTEC Sport (Level 3). Resources will primarily be things I produce for my Y11 GCSE group as we work through the new syllabus. Along with resources made at my previous schools / during my PGCE year. Teaching since 2014. Previous background was in sports coaching and performance analysis at football academies.
Coaching for Performance - Scheme of work - BTEC Sport Level 3 Unit 8
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Coaching for Performance - Scheme of work - BTEC Sport Level 3 Unit 8

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Full scheme of work to deliver Unit 8 - Coaching for Performance as part of the BTEC Sport Level 3 qualification (2016 Spec). Includes: 28 lessons to cover the entire Unit 8 content & learning aims. *Lessons planned according to the recommended scheme of work provided by the Pearson website. Individual PowerPoint to deliver Learning Aim A, Learning Aim B & Learning Aim C & D. Lots of practical sessions requiring learners to both deliver and observe coaching sessions in practice. Tutor led practical session plans & coaching observation sheets included. Each learning aim finishes with assessment practice tasks to support assignments. *(Assignment briefs not included - these can be downloaded from the Pearson website).
Athletics lesson plans KS3
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Athletics lesson plans KS3

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Unit of work for KS3 athletics. Lessons included: - Throwing events (discus, shot, javelin) - Sprinting - Long jump - High jump - Relay All lessons include differentiated activities for more / less able, learning outcomes, teaching points and some have images which can be printed & laminated to use as flash cards. I have found these really useful to use with a range of high & low ability groups.
PE KS3 Cricket Scheme of Work
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PE KS3 Cricket Scheme of Work

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I have created an 8 lesson scheme of work which I will be using after Easter with all of my core PE groups from Y7-9. They are designed to be easily adaptable to allow for changes to be made to suit groups of different abilities / needs. Each practice allows for scaffolding for less able students and progressions for more able students. Each lesson includes a warm up / starter activity, learning outcomes, a skill development practice with progressions and a game at the end. The groups I will be working with will generally be fairly low ability for cricket, which means the main focus of this S.O.W is developing batting and fielding skills. I will develop bowling by using underarm / throw downs / drop feeds if necessary. I will also be using these games and skill development practices with my KS4 groups. Most of the activities in this SOW can be taught in an indoor environment - which is useful due to the weather we are likely to get! We have indoor nets which will allow me to adpat lessons to having some students working on batting / bowling in the nets, and others working on catching skills / fielding on the other side. I have also included some resource cards for batting, bowling and fielding. I don’t often use them in lessons, although some may find them useful.
KS3 Table tennis scheme of work (10 lessons)
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KS3 Table tennis scheme of work (10 lessons)

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10 lesson scheme of work suitable for KS3. Each lesson includes a starter / intro activity, learning outcomes, skill development practices, games & plenaries. The lessons provided are ones I have used with my KS3 groups & work for a range of abilities. Activities have challenge / progression activities as well as scaffolded ideas to support low ability groups. Lessons: Basic grip & rules Basic shot: Push Basic shot: Drive Serve Topspin Backspin / Slice Doubles Advanced shot: Loop Advanced shot: Smash Tournament Also included; Resource cards to support teaching of different shots - serve, push, drive, topspin. Table tennis skills station cards which can be used at any point for independent learning / recap lessons. GCSE table tennis assessment criteria which helps make good links to the GCSE spec (Edexcel) Table tennis tournament template - Easier to print / add names.
GCSE PE - Assessment / Progress Tracker
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GCSE PE - Assessment / Progress Tracker

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This is an excel spreadsheet which I have developed to monitor progress of the GCSE PE cohort & also speed up a lot of data analysis work! Spreadsheet includes: Overview tab which demonstrates progress over time & performance in all 6 assessments. Individual assessment tabs to show marks scored in each question. Staff need to update the tracker by inputting individual question marks into the correct assessment tab - the total score, % and WAG are automatically generated, as well as the overview tab at the front. Each question is RAG rated to show which questions need to be revised! PPT instructions file included. Includes 6 end of topic assessments & mark schemes. *Note that the tracker is set up to be used alongside these assessments - using different assessments will require the exam tabs to be amended.
KS3 PE Fitness scheme of work
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KS3 PE Fitness scheme of work

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KS3 fitness 10 lesson scheme of work. Incudes: Fitness testing lessons Circuit, interval, kettlebell training Calories lesson Boxercise lesson Team challenge Lessons include resource cards to support lesson, learning outcomes, questioning ideas, differentiated activities. Alternative ideas given depending on equipment / space available. All the lessons are ones I use when teaching fitness at KS3. The space I would use to teach these lessons would be in a ‘old school’ style gym, with rowing machines, battle ropes, dumbells, kettlebells, skipping ropes, hurdles, step up boxes, medicine balls. Some lessons have alternative suggestions if you do not have access to all equipment. I have found these lessons really useful to incorporate lots of GCSE content in them which helps give students prior knowledge of some topics they will cover in later years.
GCSE PE - Muscular System (Full lesson)
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GCSE PE - Muscular System (Full lesson)

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Created for Edexcel, but easily transferable content to other exam boards. Includes: Powerpoint with learning outcomes. Presents new information on muscles / types of muscles / muscles & movement / antagonistic pairs. Task - Matching task to identify all muscles (similar to bones activity on skeletal system lesson). Can be set out like an information relay - detailed muscles information sheet which can be put at the front / outside the room. Differentiated worksheet to complete.
KS3 PE Theory lessons – Year 9 – Physical training / Anatomy & physiology
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KS3 PE Theory lessons – Year 9 – Physical training / Anatomy & physiology

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These lessons were created to be embedded into the KS3 curriculum and give students a taste of what studying PE at KS4 entails. The aim of these lessons is to give students a basic understanding of key topics studied in GCSE PE and engage students in a different way of learning in KS3 PE lessons which would normally be completely practically based. Students will complete one theory lesson during each block of practical lessons throughout the year (one theory lesson every 6-7 weeks). Throughout KS3 students should develop a basic understanding of all topics before starting GCSE PE in year 10. The lessons were tailored to the Edexcel GCSE PE (2016) specification and each year group focuses on a different topic within their lessons. *Would be suitable for other GCSE PE qualifications with similar content. *Also useful as a wet weather / cover lesson to keep students engaged in a classroom. Included: 7 lessons based around one ‘Big Question’ on Physical training and Anatomy & physiology. A graphic organiser / booklet which can be printed out and given to students to work in each lesson (in place of working in an exercise book). A PowerPoint with all 7 lessons – Each lesson including… o Title slide o Engage/starter tasks o Shared learning outcomes – using big & small question o Share new information – Students fill in the blanks in their booklets to gather new information shared in the lesson. o Mini plenaries to check understanding throughout the lesson. o Tasks – Application activities where students demonstrate their learning. o Final task is to complete the ‘small question’ for the lesson which involves an extended answer. Hints included to support students with what to include and a ‘WAGOLL’ of what a good one looks like! o Plenary task to wrap up the lesson. Links to GCSE curriculum: Each lesson includes GCSE content which has been simplified / scaffolded to be suitable for younger students. Extended answers to the small question at the end of the lesson use the same ‘PEB’ structure that is encouraged at GCSE level (Point, Explain, Benefit). *Some videos which were initially embedded into the PPT have been removed to reduce file size. Links for the videos have been posted into the slides.
R041 - Reducing the risk of sports injuries - REVISION LESSON
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R041 - Reducing the risk of sports injuries - REVISION LESSON

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This lesson was created to support students for their revision in preparation for the R041 - Reducing the risk of sports injuries external assessment. (Cambridge National Sports Science Level 2). Lesson includes: Introductory task - key word cross word 5 practice exam questions with green pen to self assess Independant learning using revision sheets (included) Plenary task - splat using key words FULL SOW AVAILABLE!
Edexcel GCSE PE table tennis practical assessment criteria
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Edexcel GCSE PE table tennis practical assessment criteria

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I created these slides to use in practical PE lessons with my GCSE group & displayed them in the sports hall where we do table tennis lessons. I found the criteria for practical sports assessment very wordy and difficult for the students to comprehend what level they are working at, or how to progress to the next level. It has been really useful to assist with peer assessment in lessons, as students can easily understand what is expected of a performer working at a specific level. The terminology used was based on the criteria for Edexcel (2016). Other exam boards are very similar, although the grading may differ.
GCSE PE - Joint Actions (FULL LESSON)
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GCSE PE - Joint Actions (FULL LESSON)

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Based on Edexcel, but content is easily transferable to other exam boards. Includes: Powerpoint and learning outcomes. Starter activity to recap bones from previous lesson (skeletal system). Presents new information on joints and types of movement to give an understanding before main task. Main task to work around the room completing a worksheet on the 8 sports people, identifying joint, joint action and articulating bones. Differentiated worksheet Final task students apply their knowledge to exam questions & self/peer assess with given mark scheme. *I did this lesson in the sportshall, with the powerpoint projected onto the wall, with the pictures printed and stuck around the hall. This gave space for the students to work & you could see them performing the actions on the pictures to try and figure out the joint / bones which are involved in the movement! The students really enjoyed the lesson & were really engaged throughout!
Edexcel GCSE PE - Fitness testing lesson (powerpoint / activities)
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Edexcel GCSE PE - Fitness testing lesson (powerpoint / activities)

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Includes: Power point and learning outcomes. Starter activity similar to scrabble, to create a word relating to the topic using the letter tiles on the screen (good bit of numeracy!) Graffiti wall - students to write what they know about each question on fitness testing - can refer back at the end, really effective to demonstrate progress. Main activity is an information relay. Provide each group with a large, blank handout to complete. One student at a time goes to look at the completed handout at the front / outside the classroom to bring information back to their group. Final slide gives a plenary activity for students to answer some questions on fitness testing.
Edexcel GCSE PE - Exam question practice (whole lesson)
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Edexcel GCSE PE - Exam question practice (whole lesson)

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Created for the Edexcel GCSE PE (New Spec). Powerpoint includes 3 questions from component 2 - health & performance. (3-6 mark questions). The focus of the lesson is to help students gain a better understanding of how to interpret questions & know what to include in their answer. Includes a table of common command words and a brief definition. Demonstrates how to break down a question before attempting to answer it. 2/3 questions provide model answers which students can assess (WWW/EBI) before answering the question for themselves. Final question gives students the mark scheme after they have completed it - hopefully hteu will have a better idea of how to gain full marks by this point! Visual Powerpoint timers included - encouraging students to work on the questions for a realistic amount of time.
Cricket non-participant / self-assessment worksheet
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Cricket non-participant / self-assessment worksheet

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Cricket non-participant / self-assessment worksheet I created this resource to use with a non-participant in my Y7 & Y8 cricket groups & also for cover for a student in isolation. Suitable for KS3. Differentiated for less / more able.