Moving PE forward

A hub of high quality PE planning resources that empowers primary school teachers to deliver better Physical Education. Welcome to a revolution in physical education. Through engaging lesson plans, simple-to-use teaching resources, and specialised professional development, the PE Hub is transforming how primary PE is delivered across the UK.

How our Curriculum Planner works

How it Works  

Become a PE Hub subscriber to get whole-school access to a wealth of constantly evolving specialist content for primary PE. All our lesson plans are designed with direct links to the National Curriculum for England, and suit schools in the UK or international schools based on a UK curriculum.

Select Your Lesson Plans

Choose your year group or key stage plans from our frequently updated library of content and match to your pupils’ interests and needs.

Access Plans and Resources

View and print materials at any time of day from any type of device. All plans and resources include printable versions, too.

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Keep up with new developments in PE teaching, education policy, and get updates on our new or revised lesson plans!

A Unique Primary PE Teaching Resource

What We Do

Our mission is to move PE forward in partnership with primary schools like yours. We provide high-quality, streamlined lesson planning that aims to simplify the path to teaching success while helping your pupils improve their skill development, learn cooperation and self-reflection, and develop a lifelong love of physical activity and sport. Together, we can help elevate PE to a core curriculum component, creating healthier schools and communities.

We are your one-stop shop for content and tools to improve primary PE lesson planning, delivery, and teacher development. We can be your start point, endpoint, a dipping-in-and-out point, or a trouble-shooting partner at any stage of your PE and sport planning.

What our teachers have to say

Latest News and Events

PE assessment

12Oct

PE assessment

Blog

PE assessment We review our assessment model regularly updating the document to include new activities we’ve written; for example, our […]

Update on PE and Sport Premium

07Jul

Update on PE and Sport Premium

Primary PE and School Sport Premium

As many of you will be aware over the weekend it was confirmed that the PE and sport premium will […]

GOVERNMENT URGED TO CLARIFY FUTURE OF PE AND SPORT FUNDING FOR PRIMARY SCHOOLS

15Jun

GOVERNMENT URGED TO CLARIFY FUTURE OF PE AND SPORT FUNDING FOR PRIMARY SCHOOLS

News

In an open letter to Education Secretary Gavin Williamson, the Youth Sports Trust said uncertainty over the provision of the primary PE and […]

Kids need physical education – even when they can’t get it at school

05Jun

Kids need physical education – even when they can’t get it at school

News

When I noticed my 12-year-old son was spending about seven hours a day doing his school work online due to […]

GOVERNMENT URGED TO CLARIFY FUTURE OF PE AND SPORT FUNDING FOR PRIMARY SCHOOLS

15Jun

GOVERNMENT URGED TO CLARIFY FUTURE OF PE AND SPORT FUNDING FOR PRIMARY SCHOOLS

News

In an open letter to Education Secretary Gavin Williamson, the Youth Sports Trust said uncertainty over the provision of the primary PE and […]

Kids need physical education – even when they can’t get it at school

05Jun

Kids need physical education – even when they can’t get it at school

News

When I noticed my 12-year-old son was spending about seven hours a day doing his school work online due to […]

Prime Minister is determined to get people to be healthier

15May

Prime Minister is determined to get people to be healthier

News

The Prime Minister is determined to use the coronavirus pandemic to get people to be healthier and is said to […]

Tokyo 2020 could be postponed to end of year

03Mar

Tokyo 2020 could be postponed to end of year

News

Japan’s Olympic minister says the Tokyo 2020 Games could be postponed from the summer until later in the year amid […]

PE assessment

12Oct

PE assessment

Blog

PE assessment We review our assessment model regularly updating the document to include new activities we’ve written; for example, our […]

COVID 19 – Interpreting Government Advice in the PE setting

22May

COVID 19 – Interpreting Government Advice in the PE setting

Blog

Returning to school Many teachers have contacted us for guidance on delivering PE once schools return.  We take our responsibility […]

Reflections on Association for Physical Education Webinar

21Apr

Reflections on Association for Physical Education Webinar

Blog

On the 9th April I logged into my first of a series of AfPE free webinars, led by Steve Caldecott […]

10 garden activity ideas for children

23Mar

10 garden activity ideas for children

Blog

As we see how the next few weeks and months play out, more and more of us will be working […]