Looking at writing a Primary PE scheme and have been looking at those on the market. I'm amazed at how complicated they have made primary PE, no wonder so many primary teachers are too scared to teach it. Val Sabin has created umpteen gym and dance lessons - so many files, all at £100 each. Is profit taking over? It does not say on the QCA site how many lesson there must be, so why has Val created more than 10 sections of gym. She gets 6 weeks out of of counter balance and counter tension, I can sum that all up in 2 lessons max. What are people's views on these schemes? I have a key question - the QCA scheme states that the required elements should be taught during Key Stage 2. Therefore it is feasible to teach gym and dance during Y3 and Y4 but NOT Y5 and Y6? I ask this because after many years it is clear that the Y5 and Y6s want to play games. As a school we can then make Y5 and 6 lessons more fitness and games focussed, and also offer a gym club to the Y5 and Y6s who did enjoy gym and want to carry on. Any thoughts?