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01/02/16

Sample PE Lesson Plans

Since we launched in September, we’ve had four lesson plan samples available for you to view, including: Reception Dance Year 2 Send and Return (net/wall games) Year 5 Hockey Intermediate Swimming Today—and every fortnight from here out—we’re going to bring you the same spread of samples from across the EYFS and primary years. But for […]

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12/11/14

Change your PE Lessons in 4 Steps

The STEP framework in PE was developed to support teaching and learning through an easy to use approach to adapting, differentiating and extending PE and sports lesson. STEP has been highly promoted over the past 10 years including being used in PE teaching resources, CPD courses and with pupils themselves on

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10/09/14

Assessing in PE

Assessment of pupils within PE has always been a highly debated subject, with many diverse views from teachers, Headteachers, government and Ofsted. There are often more questions than answers; How? When? How often? When it comes to assessment in PE what should we be commenting on and feeding back to pupils? The new 2014 PE […]

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04/09/14

Teaching skill: How to get the most out of your students

Many PE and after school clubs are fun and help keep children active. Ofsted recently highlighted some areas for development in PE including keeping pupils active for longer and teaching specific skills to help increase their ability to access activities. From our experience in schools, many teachers have told us how the specific teaching of […]

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28/05/14

Keeping Play In PE

“We spend the first year of a child’s life teaching it to walk and talk and the rest of its life to shut up and sit down. There’s something wrong there.” – Neil deGrasse Tyson This quote got me to thinking about how we teach PE and school sport. For some time now I have […]

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