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P.E Schemes of work

Discussion in 'Physical education' started by Lisa18, Jun 20, 2011.

  1. It is my first year as P.E co-ordinator and my Head and I would like to introduce a new scheme of work next year. Can anybody recommend a scheme that they are currently using?
     
  2. It is my first year as P.E co-ordinator and my Head and I would like to introduce a new scheme of work next year. Can anybody recommend a scheme that they are currently using?
     
  3. Hi

    If your looking for new ideas around fitness, dance and even combat training, imovesdance.com has lots of schemes that are easy to teach and are great for both boys and girls. Its a new on-line resource centre for schools providing on-line training in dance, fitness and movement to music.

    They have lots of popular themes to choose from, all schemes come with an instructional teaching video you can view on-line, and you can download all your lesson plans from the site.

    Its worth checking out, I use them alot and they are so inexpensive!

    I hope this helps
     
  4. gogojonny

    gogojonny New commenter

    Sound like the owner of the company.
    Personally the worst dance resource I have seen. So cheesy and bad. Dance should be about performance but this resource is an excuse for teachers to sit down and let a DVD do the work. Fun for maybe Y1 but I had to cringe at the Year 6 dance.
     
  5. Indeed! 2 posts, both advertising, both break the T+Cs of TES!
    Oh, decisions, decisions. Shall I be churlish and report it, or leave it shining in its most obvious calumny? [​IMG]
     
  6. Your best bet is get a sample and see what you like about the schemes. Different people swear by different schemes. I haven't found the one-altho the closest was one done by Suffolk LEA. In fact, their website (PE) is interesting as it alos has assessment which many non-pe specialists find difficult. Apart from the published schemes, (eg Sabin, LCP, RCS, Primrose (dance?)) there are some on-line schemes eg peresources.co.uk. Some LAs egSuffolk, produce stuff and Scotland has some interesting resources. Sabin has her fingers in many pies. Her old scheme was poor on assessment (if you're into that sort of thing) but her new scheme may be better.
     
  7. Lancashire have a PE scheme that is electronic and can be adapted to meet the needs of your children. It has assessment material to go along with the scheme and uses core tasks and cross references the YST TOPS Cards for each activity area. to have a look at a sample copy please see
    http://www.lancsngfl.ac.uk/curriculum/pe/index.php?category_id=16

     

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