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Swimming_aid

26/06/18

Swimming primary school curriculum

It is the responsibility of primary schools to teach the swimming either at either key stage 1 or key stage 2.  The swimming attainment target states all pupils should swim confidently, competently, and proficiently over 25 metres.  There is no longer a specific pot of money for this aspect of the PE national curriculum. Therefore, […]

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Physical activity in schoo

08/05/18

Increasing physical activity in school

There is currently a lot of focus on PE, school sport and physical activity (PESSPA) due to the recent increase in the PE and Sport Premium funding.  Part of this funding is to be used to increase the amount of physical activity that happens during the school day.  This is great, but what does increased […]

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Medals

19/01/18

Getting the most from your PE CPD

One of the most enjoyable parts of my job is delivering professional development in schools and there’s never been more focus on PE CPD than right now.  So how can schools ensure they get the most from their training? With primaries receiving on average £16,000 in the 17/18 school year and with a need for […]

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hockey_push_back

10/02/17

Illustration resources to help teach PE more confidently

Background When we started the PE Hub it was with one mission, to transfer ideas from our head to yours!  On March 1st I’m heading back in to the school where I was first given the idea for The PE Hub.  I was delivering athletics CPD for primary teachers and at the end I was […]

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Tennis (3)

15/02/16

Sample PE Lesson Plans – 2!

For the past two weeks you’ve been able to access for free on The PE Hub as sample plans the following: Unit 3 Physical Literacy SOW Year 1 Hit, Catch, Run Year 6 Rounders Year 3 Gymnastics Today we are sharing Year 3 Outdoor and Adventurous Activities (OAA) to demonstrate how assessment for learning (AFL) […]

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