World Cup fun in your School – a little help!

Hi everyone, Please find attached my idea on how to engage children with this years World Cup. Massive events like this should be a huge catalyst to help inspire our kids to move more and love sports! Tweak it however suits your School but the basic premise that every class will draw names and every […]

Jubilee themed games for your P.E lessons!

Literally a couple of ideas for Jubilee themed P.E games for this week. I’ll add some more if I get chance – sorry mega busy at the moment! I hope this helps someone!

Curriculum Progression Map – 1st Draft (Go easy on me)

I’m currently part of a curriculum coherence party at a local university – we have been meeting regularly over the course of this academic year and delving deeper into the benefits of adopting a concept led/considered curriculum. Throughout the Ofsted phrase ‘Curriculum is the progression map’ kept cropping up – it made me consider if […]

Future Olympian Challenge – A catalyst to inspire movement!

I’m hoping all of the kids in my Schools LOVED watching the Olympics and inspired to move as much as possible. I also know that in reality many of them may not have switched off their games console. When the kids come back in I’m going to try and make them aware of the fantastic […]

P.E at Home – Child friendly lesson plans (New sessions added)

Hi everyone – hope you’re all coping, One of our Schools has over 100 children physically in the building and a lot of staff poorly. Therefore this week I have been in a classroom learning on the job! I’ve found time to add lessons 3 & 4 to these packs if you found them helpful […]

P.E at Home – Kid friendly lesson plans

Hi everyone, My MAT has decided to create timetables for all classes except EYFS. So the children will get told which days and times they will have ‘P.E’. I didn’t just want to follow the ‘Physical Activity’ route of always following a video so I’ve tried to create lesson plans for the kids to use […]