P.E lessons for the little guys in EYFS should be very active, progressive and tied in to the topic the children are learning inside the classroom! Here we have uploaded an example of how this could be done, put your sea legs on because you’re going to sail the seven sea’s!
An easy activity to use in your lessons that helps your children improve their skills!
The world of physical activity is amazing, just by using your favourite search engine you could add a little ‘awe & wonder’ to your lessons. Kids LOVE learning new facts or visualising just how amazing professional athletes are. A Wow fact! is simple and very effective – try and find a fact that is relevant […]
Are you struggling to freshen up how you teach catching & throwing? Have a little look at this activity to see if it’s something you could use!
Is your School looking forward to the Olympics? This idea uses the Olympics as a stimulus to get everyone at your School moving a little more!
With our very own Tim Peake in Space, make the most of potential cross-curricular links with this ‘astronaut training’ lesson! All of the tests featured have a related video (from actual NASA!)
Our Active Advent Calendar is a refreshing juxtaposition to the usual advent traditions. Use this in any way that suits your School, it could be the first thing your class does after the morning register or as a break/lunch time activity
This sheet was developed after our children kept asking for P.E Homework (A sign we are doing something right hopefully!) On the sheet are 8 very simple activities that the children could easily practice at home. Give it a go & extend their learning!
When teaching the children the concepts of Control, Extension & Fluency in Gymnastics you could organise your class into rows depending on their ability. This will enable you to differentiate easily (& accurately) You can differentiate using the complexity of the balance (the higher up the mountain, the harder they get) and/or by the length […]
As a minimum P..E lessons should be 80% active. To ensure the kids keep moving put this poster in the eye line of all your staff