Curriculum Map for PE
A PE curriculum map is a way of recording and tracking what you are teaching and when. A curriculum plan […]
Moving PE Forward with a New Partnership
Today we are delighted to announce a new partnership with Aspire Sports. This partnership will help Aspire continue to deliver […]
Longer lunchtimes can increase pupils’ health
“Schools are being advised to increase the length of their lunch breaks so that children have enough time to exercise, socialise […]
Sport leaders call for more cash to boost children’s exercise
”The leaders of more than 30 top sporting organisations have called on the government to commit more money to improve […]
Joe Wicks and BBC Children In Need team up
BBC Children In Need have teamed up with Joe Wicks. Joe is the new Schools Ambassador and is about to […]
The health and wellbeing of a generation of young people across the UK is in decline.
“There is significant evidence to support the critical role of play, sport and physical education in increasing physical and mental […]
Strong girls become strong women through sport
”Schools are poised to be the most influential actors in the fight for recognition of women in sport, encouraging girls […]
Sample Primary PE Lesson Plans – Wimbledon
For the past month, you’ve been able to access; Primary PE lesson plans Reception cooperate and solve problems, Unit 1 […]
National School Sport Week
This week has been YST National School Sport Week National School Sport Week will run from the 24th to 28th June […]
Should PE be a Core subject?
“Almost two thirds of respondents “strongly or tended” to agree that PE should be a core subject in the national […]
Looking back on my year as a school direct trainee
So, I survived the year (hurrah!). I knew it would be tough, I expected it to wear me down, but […]
What is assessment for learning in PE?
What is assessment for learning in PE (AFL) and how can you use it to support your pupils progress? AFL […]