P.e. co-ordinator takes up loads of time. Arranging fixtures, finding and selecting suitable kids, usually through extra coaching sessions or clubs. You usually would attend the fixtures, leaving your difficult class in someone else's hands. You try to keep tabs on what equipment is available nd keep that in good order. Even washing kit appears on my list sometimes. I keep a record of results in fixtures. Then there's gathering and keeping evidence of standards which is a pain because there's no written work, it all has to be on video or photo. I would say it's the toughest subject to co-ordinate in terms of workload, so think twice, esp as you have year six and all the stuff that goes with that, transition, residential trip, SATS, behaviour issues. Take another subject if you can. And the day P.E. becomes a core subject is the day I get selected for the Olympics!!