This powerpoint has a short grouping of lessons for pupils and teachers that are new to Rugby. It covers a range of terminology and ideas that can be used to build confidence in a sport which some may find difficult to learn and teach.
This Resource breaks down the stages of a sprint start and what to lookout for when watching someone perform a sprint start. This can be used for some peer assessment with pupils giving each other feedback on their technique.
This resource contains the required technical points for a downsweep and upsweep changeover styles. This can be used for the pupils to understand the benefits and drawbacks from each method and allow them to choose their preferred option
Dodgeball Bingo give the pupils the opportunity to use their ability to target opponents. This resource gives them a fun target game which will increase motivation and challenege levels within the group. Using the familiar set up of Bingo, pupils will gain rewards if they win a match, either by time ending or getting Bingo.
This resource can be used for a huge range of abilities to teach triple jump. The processes on this sheet can be used to help build confidence to learn a difficult process of Triple Jump. The step by step guide for the technique will help the pupils who struggle, but the pupils who love PE will also have chance to learn and show progression
This resource contains the basic Hurdle technique through 6 stages. This may be useful to help build knowledge around the athletic even or for some co-operative learning to give ownership to the pupils for their progress.
This resource really focuses on driving legs through the tackle zone, to help dominate the tackle. The resource breaks down how to effective practice this skill and progress their abilities around the tackle area.
Tackling Resources to assist any teacher who wants ideas on how to build confidence around the contact area, which a lot of pupils may not have experienced previously. There are a range of activities that can be adapted to suit equipment available.
This resource is ideal for a unit of Dodgeball or to make a fun Wet Weather lesson activity. The popular game merged with Dodgeball gives pupils the opportunities to think tactically about how they play to suit their strengths. It allows for pupils to self assess their success within a match so they can consider how they can improve their performance. With the use of “Perks” if they win a match, this adds extra motivation for pupil success and can give a focus to their playing methods, rather than just lobbing a ball.
A simple 1v1 Rugby Tackling exercise resource. Easy to set up, can work on closing down the space of the attacker, but also on footwork when attacking to get past the defender. Task can be adapted to touch tackle for less confident pupils.
This resource gives pupils an idea of the different roles they can have within a dodgeball team. With its relation to popular game Fifa 20, pupils will gain knowledge and undertsanding of what they can do to support their teams success. They have the opportunity to also use the back of the sheet as assessment to measure their progress.
This resource allows the teacher to step back and observe while the pupils are on task. The resource focuses on tackling a barrel tackle bag and the technique, this will help pupils build confidence in their methods before moving onto live tackling.
This resource is a fun fitness game for pupils to take part in as part of a health and fitness scheme of work. These kcal figures are not accurate so it is important to discuss this with pupils and the importance of a balanced diet and how it can support mental health.
Cambridge National OCR Sports Science Revision PowerPoint and Printout for Unit RO41 (Exam Unit) in the theme of ‘The Chase’.
Covering multiple choice questions from LO1, LO2, LO3 and LO4 with 20 Qs for each outcome.
Printout can be used for Pupils to display their answers and have competition between their partner who may be the Chaser.
This resource can help build confidence around the contact area for pupils who may not necessarily be used to Rugby. The Resource covers the set up of the exercise and also covers the teaching points for the Tower of Power, which builds a strong and stable platform for contact, which is easily transferable into a game situation.