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Web site last updated:  28.03.17
Here you will find a range of sample resources. 

Recently added

New Dance Scheme of Work -Transformers (Year 6) March 20th 2017
EYFS Creative Movement  Interactive Stimulus - Giraffes Can't Dance  - March 23rd 2017
 

We continually update and improve the quality of all our resources.  Most recently we have added an Adventurous Activities Scheme of Work, along with over 100 more dance videos. Please be assured that you have access to high-quality physical education programmes that will inspire all of your pupils to become physically literate. Further, and in line with the government’s guidance to schools on spending their PE and Sport Premium, we are providing you with the very best teaching resources to help you teach PE and sport.

  Our resources provide you with expertly planned, tried and tested physical activities which address physical and creative development in the EYFS and PE in KS1 and KS2  Our web site content is vast. 

At PE Primary we understand the importance of developing physically literate children and young people.  Feedback from schools who continue to use our resources over time, strongly suggests that their children consistently exhibit confidence, competence, creativity and enjoyment of movement in a range of physical activity contexts.

Our web site content includes

♦ 546 detailed lesson plans in 100 units of study, for gymnastic, dance, games and athletic activities;
♦  'At a glance' overviews for each unit of study;
*♦ 270 videos that help make learning ‘come alive;’
♦ Lesson plans hyperlinked to around 150 videos and over 350 images;
♦ 200 warm up activities and 100 cool down activities;
♦ Assessment and recording of pupil progress and attainment;
♦ An Adventurous Activities scheme of work;
♦ Assessment for Learning strategies, including pupil self-assessment.
♦ New dance schemes of work- added March 2017


To view lesson plans and unit overviews, please use the link below to Dropbox.

To view the videos, please click on each one.

 

View lesson plans and unit overviews
 

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Chest Pass
Catching a Ball
 
Gymnastics
Y4 Set Floor
Sequence
Dance
Foundation
Principle of attack
[Invasion Games]


Overview of units

Dance Activities

Resource Units 1

Resource Units 2

Resource Units 3

Foundation Stage - Activities focus on physical (agility, balance and co-ordination) and creative development (responding to experiences, expressing and communicating ideas, creating dance and developing imagination).


F

The Weather


Nursery Rhymes &
Fairy Tales

Under the Sea

Key Stage 1 - Activities focus on developing agility, balance
and co-ordination.


Y1

'The Toy Maker'
by Becca

'Mr Gumpy’s Outing'
by John Burningham

Jungle Fever


Y2

James and the
Giant Peach’
by Roald Dahl

'Funny Bones' by
Janet and Allan Ahlberg

Around the World

Key Stage 2 -Activities focus on performing dances using a range of movement patterns, along with developing flexibility, strength, technique, control and balance.


Y3

Emotions and Feelings

'Charlie and the
Chocolate Factory'
by Roald Dahl

Mythological Worlds


Y4

Clowns; Machines & 
Christmas Frolics

Cartoon Characters

Strike a Pose


Y5


Traditional English Dance

The Magic Faraway Tree

Times Past:
G.I. Blues


Y6

Sporting Themes

Paintings, photographs &
postcards

Grease is the Word


Music for dance
We receive many enquiries about accessing the music we suggest for our dance material. 
Due to strict copyright legislation, we do not provide music. 
All the music used in the above dance units can be accessed at iTunes http://www.apple.com/uk/itunes/

We have recently added 10 new schemes of work
All music and videos are hyperlinked to YouTube https://www.youtube.com
 

Gymnastic Activities

Resource Units 1

Resource Units 2

Resource Units 3

Foundation Stage - Activities focus on physical development, gross motor skills (agility, balance and co-ordination).

Physical Development
Foundation

Physical Development
Foundation

Physical Development
Foundation

Key Stage 1 - Activities focus on focus on developing agility, balance
and co-ordination.

Year 1

Year 1

Year 1

Year 2

Year 2

Year 2

Key Stage 2 - Activities focus on developing flexibility, strength, technique, control and balance.

Year 3

Year 3

Year 3

Year 4

Year 4

Year 4

Year 5

Year 5

Year 5

Year 6

Year 6

Year 6

 

Games Activities

Resource Units 1

Resource Units 2

Resource Units 3

Foundation Stage - Activities focus on physical development gross motor skills
(agility, balance and co-ordination).


F

Physical Development - agility, balance
co-ordination

Physical Development  
- agility, balance
co-ordination

Physical Development - agility, balance
co-ordination

Key Stage 1 - Activities focus on developing agility, balance, co-ordination, running, jumping, throwing and catching, team games, simple tactics for attacking and defending.


Y1

Modified Games
with skills of
sending, receiving, and travelling

Modified Games
with skills of
sending, receiving, and travelling

Modified Games
with skills of
sending, receiving, and travelling


Y2

Modified Games
with skills of
sending, receiving, and travelling

Modified Games
with skills of
sending, receiving, and travelling

Modified Games
with skills of
sending, receiving, and travelling

Key Stage 2 - Activities focus on playing competitive, modified games, (e.g. badminton, basketball, cricket, football, hockey, netball, rounders and tennis], applying basic principles for attacking and defending.


Y3

Invasion Games
S&F Games
Net Games

Invasion Games
S&F Games
Net Games

Invasion Games
S&F Games
Net Games


Y4

Invasion Games
S&F Games
Net Games

Invasion Games
S&F Games
Net Games

Invasion Games
S&F Games
Net Games


Y5

Invasion Games
S&F Games
Net Games

Invasion Games
S&F Games
Net Games

Invasion Games
S&F Games
Net Games


Y6

Invasion Games
S&F Games
Net Games

Invasion Games
S&F Games
Net Games

Invasion Games
S&F Games
Net Games


 

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ABOUT OUR AUTHORS

Gymnastic Activities
Tansin Benn (PhD, MSc, M.Ed, B.Ed, DPSE)
Tansin was an Associate Professor in the School of Education at the University of Birmingham. After teaching in schools for several years she moved into higher education at Anstey College in 1981 to train secondary physical education specialists. In 1985 she moved to Newman and Westhill Colleges, Birmingham, predominantly to train primary teachers with a physical education specialism. In 1993 she became Head of Physical Education, Sports Studies and Dance at Westhill, developing diversified degree programmes alongside initial teacher training and continuing professional development courses with Birmingham LEA. Since retiring from the University of Birmingham in 2012, Tansin is a Visiting Professor at the University of Plymouth.   She continues to publish in collaboration with colleagues around the world, responding to invitations to attend conference / academic events and supporting the work of the International Association of Physical Education and Sport for Girls and Women (www.iapesgw.org).   Tansin's passion to support others continues; she volunteers with AGEUK, teaching physical activity in sheltered accommodation.

Barry Benn (MA, DPE, DLC)
Barry was a part-time lecturer in the School of Education at the University of Birmingham. After teaching in secondary, then primary schools he went on to further professional training at Leeds University before entering Birmingham’s Adult Education Service. Under Barry’s guidance this department quickly became part of Birmingham Leisure Services and Barry was appointed Gymnastics Development Officer for the city. Since retiring from coaching in 1995 he continued to dedicate himself to educational gymnastics, delivering teachers’ courses throughout the country. Barry has contributed three gymnastics books for teachers and other professional resources such as the 1988 BAALPE video on secondary gymnastics and co-authoring “Primary Gymnastics – a multi-activities approach” with Tansin in 1992. 


Dance Activities
Sue Chedzoy (M.Ed., B.Ed., F.P.E.A [UK]
Sue graduated from the University of London with Bachelor of Education and qualifications in Physical Education and Drama, began a teaching career teaching secondary English and Drama and presenting programmes for children with Special Educational Needs for Educational Television.  Sue went on to teach Physical Education and was head of department in two large secondary comprehensive schools. Having taught in secondary schools for eleven years she was then seconded to work as an advisory teacher in Devon supporting primary and secondary school teachers in the teaching of Physical Education and Dance.   Her research interest in Health Related Physical Activity and primary school children culminated in Master’s Degree from the University of Hull.  Sue has published widely and authored books and research papers mostly focusing on enhancing the provision of high quality teaching and learning for young people in Physical Education and the Arts.  During her academic career at the University of Exeter she has been responsible for the initial training of Early Years, Primary, Middle School and Secondary School trainee teachers. In addition she has been Programme Director of Primary / Key Stage 2/3 and the Master’s Programme in Teaching and Learning.   Sue supervised a number of international doctoral students all of whom have had teaching and learning in Physical Education and the Arts at the heart of their studies.  Sue has also been awarded the Ling Award by the Physical Education Association of the United Kingdom in recognition of outstanding contribution to the Physical Education profession. Sue currently works as a Consultant/Evaluator for the Cognitive Education Development Unit within the Centre for Teaching Thinking and Dialogue.(Source: http://socialsciences.exeter.ac.uk/education/staff/index.php?web_id=sue_chedzoy)

Merie Eglesfield-Hope [B.Ed., MA]
Merie has worked in sports colleges in South Birmingham.  Her role was supporting first and primary schools, contributing to the raising of standards in PE, specialising in dance. Merie has also taught dance in a special school (SLD as the dance specialist, as well as teaching GCSE dance.  Previous to this, Merie worked in primary education as a class teacher and PE-coordinator and was a Partnership  Development  Manager for a Sports College managing the infrastructure of 30 primary schools.  Merie has delivered a variety of INSET, including TOP Dance and disability dance ideas. Some of her work has also been published as a 'Best Practice Case Study'. Merie posesses a Masters in Dance Education.


Games Activities
Graham Haines [B. Ed., M.Ed.]
Graham is a senior lecturer in PE at Cardiff Metropolitan University.  Before working in higher education, Graham was a head teacher in a primary school in Cardiff.  Graham's specialism is in primary games.  He has also lead the development of ICT to support teaching and learning in PE in Wales.

Huw Davies [Cert. Ed., M.A.] 
The author of all material written by Physical Education Primary Ltd. Huw is the founder of Physical Education Primary Ltd. He was a senior Lecturer in PE at the University of the West of England [UWE] Bristol (1999 – 2013), before becoming Education Director at play learn play Ltd. in 2013.


Athletic Activities
Kevin Morgan (B.Ed, MA)
Kevin is a Principal Lecturer in PE at Cardiff Metropolitan University.   He is Programme Director for the Taught Doctorate in Sport Coaching. In 2014, Kevin achieved Senior Fellowship of the HEA in recognition of his expertise in pedagogical practice, research and leadership.  Kevin is also the author of widely celebrated 'Primary Athletics Challenges' resource pack. 



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Web site last updated:  28.03.17