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New role as a PE teacher.

Discussion in 'Physical education' started by Alawlor30, May 13, 2019.

  1. Alawlor30

    Alawlor30 New commenter


    I am currently working in a middle school as an advanced behaviour support worker/deputy safeguarding lead however starting September I will be starting my teacher training to become a qualified physical education teacher.

    I have been shadowing lessons and delivering some small aspects such as warm ups ext, however over the next term I would like to progress this and start delivering the majority of the lessons i am in. Does anyone have any links to websites, online resources or would be able to recommend any books that i can purchase which would give me ideas for activities/drills to deliver the national curriculum?

    Any help would be greatly appreciated. I am really excited to be starting my journey as a P.E teacher.

    Thank you in advance.

  2. Tib10

    Tib10 New commenter

    Hi Adam,

    I think iv'e got everything your looking for! Pop me a private message on ivor@optimaledgecoaching.com and i'll share with you a bit more in detail e.g. resources, tips etc...

    Excited for you to start your PE teaching career!

    Kind Regards,

  3. manuelcaballero74

    manuelcaballero74 New commenter

    Hi Terry,

    I am an overseas PE teacher and I also need ideas for activities to deliver the national curriculum properly. Can you still help with that??

    many thanks in advance

  4. Fordie2009

    Fordie2009 New commenter

    Good morning,
    I am an unqualified primary P.E teacher, currently studying a PGCE and teaching in the U.A.E. When I initially started the posoition I found Youtube to be a great resource for ideas for games and drill and then modified and adapted them for each sport. If you would like some examples of drills and fun games I have used I can share my lesson plans with you. I hope this helps.
  5. lauren.weston

    lauren.weston New commenter

    Hi Adam,

    Congratulations on starting your teacher training - exciting times ahead. I am currently work as Head of PE overseas and we use a variety of resources, youtube, ****** (you may need to subscribe), Val Sabin is a fairly simple (not overly exciting) scheme for younger age ranges and, of course, TES there are fantastic peer assessment worksheets and schemes of work.

    Regarding the links to National Curriculum, some people put spreadsheets and assessment grids on TES which run inline with the curriculum to ensure your content covers the adequate goals and twinkle has Schemes of Work linked to the goals too. If you check the NGB/Sporting websites, e.g. KwikCricket, they often offer free lesson plans and schemes you can utilise and download instantly.

    I hope this helps, Good luck!


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