Category: Practical

My Personal Best Support Package from @YouthSportTrust

My Personal Best is our award-winning support package designed to inspire secondary PE teachers to confidently teach life skills to all young people. Check out our #MyPB national training on 27 Feb! — Youth Sport Trust (@YouthSportTrust) February 1, 2018

4 Way Badminton Idea – @DiCataldoPE

Had a go at @MrGoldmanPE 4 way badminton! Boys renamed it ‘Criss Cross Badminton’ and decided on some rules – if you fail to return/hit the shuttle out or at the net you lose a point, as well as winning points as normal! @TeachMeetPE @PE4Learning @PEgeeks @ShareLearnTPE — Mr Di Cataldo (@DiCataldoPE) January 29,…
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#PEChat: Assessment FOR Learning In #PhysEd from @phys_educator

RE-POST from Here is the Twitter Moment Summary for last night’s #PEChat on Assessment FOR Learning In #PhysEd. So much great information was shared, it was hard to not just share it all! Thanks again to our moderator team for leading an awesome chat! 🎵 The #PhysEd Show | Assessment FOR Learning w/ @terridr99. Full…
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The PE Playbook by @ImSporticus

The PE Play Book is a monthly review of blog posts that are specific to Physical Education and Youth Sport. PE Playbook – April 2015 Edition – Blogger of the Month  Dr. Vicky Goodyear at PE and Sport VLOG PE Playbook – May 2015 Edition – Blogger of the Month Dr Ash Casey at PEPRN PE Playbook – June 2015 Edition – Blogger of…
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Did Ofsted consider PE and school sport when they visited your school? Youth Sport Trust

by Ali Sturla, YST Development Manager The Youth Sport Trust’s Ali Sturla looks at how one school made sure PE was front and centre in its recent Ofsted inspection: In June this year Blessed George Napier (BGN) School in Oxfordshire received ‘that’ anticipated phone call to say Ofsted was on its way! After a successful…
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5 reasons why gratitude is so important @TeacherTriangle

5 Reasons Why Gratitude is so Important to Have in Your Life and as a Teacher   With gratitude, there are simply a lot of benefits that we can obtain that can help in our long-term health and well-being. For instance, gratitude makes us more trusting, more appreciative and more social which helps us make…
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Lanyard Leadership Free Trial

What do Ofsted think? Latest Ofsted Comment “In a highly effective physical education lesson students made rapid progress in their knowledge of theory and practical skills where mobile phones were used, to provide clear information and videos that helped students learn.” Why not give it a go for free? Download your free sample lesson below.   What…
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Want to change the future of secondary PE? @WillSwaithes & @YouthSportTrust

Does your secondary PE offer need a facelift to be more meaningful and relevant to students and senior leaders? Do you want to debate and inform on future policy around secondary PE? If so, this road show is for you! Our growing network of close to 100 YST PE CatalYSTs will be coming together at…
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Cricket Resources from Chance To Shine @Chance2Shine

Aim We’re on a mission to spread the power of cricket by giving all young people the opportunity to play and learn through cricket. Chance to Shine is designed to support you in the achievement of your school’s priorities. We are developing a full programme of support for schools and teachers. Our exciting FREE resources, developed…
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Join the #openCPD Twitter Chat | Social Media, Young People, Health and Wellbeing: Risks and Opportunities

Aims This chat will present new evidence from research funded by the Wellcome Trust on the risk-related impacts of social media on young people’s health and wellbeing, drawn from over 1000 UK adolescents. This Twitter chat is relevant to teachers, parents/guardians, health professionals/practitioners and wellbeing services. Flyer Questions 1. What are the risk-related impacts of…
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KS3 Dance ideas for non-specialists by @thePEdiary

As previously discussed, I am fully aware that not every teacher jumps for joy when seeing ‘DANCE’ crop up on their programme of study for the year. Have no fear, I have some ideas to create a fun and enjoyable unit that is accessible for all KS3 pupils despite not having a lot of experience…
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20 tips for all sport parents from @BelievePHQ

Original Tweet 20 tips for all sport parents — BelievePerform (@BelievePHQ) April 3, 2017 Free infographics Sign up to The Performance Room as a Rookie to unlock dozens of free infographics – Link Here

Bingo 0&X’s Connect 3 Practical Challenges

Kindly shared by @adamknowles0 at @STM_PE Challenge Cards Included: Table Tennis Dance Football Badminton Rugby Netball Trampoline How To Use: Edit challenges to suit your students Print, laminate, or project on wall Elect team captains or leaders to monitor challenge progress O&X format or Bingo rules   Download:

10 tips to become more resilient @TeacherTriangle

If you become someone that refuses to never give up you will be amazed at how successful you can become. Develop a mentality and a mindset where it is ok to fail. Failure is part of the journey to your success. Many people stop at their first failure because they don’t like it, and they feel,…
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10 tips to become more positive @TeacherTriangle

Our thoughts and the way we think define who we are, how we feel and ultimately the experiences we have in life. Never underestimate the power of mental practice. It really isn’t rocket science, when we think positive thoughts we create positive outcomes for ourselves and the people around us (our students). You simply attract…
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Top 5 TED Talks for Physical Educators @justybubPE

Top 5 TED Talks for Physical Educators Today’s physical educators are continuously seeking opportunities for professional development. One can choose a traditional route of enriching their craft by presenting or simply attending an annual conference. Others may opt to read the most up-to-date books and articles written by true professionals in the field regarding best practices for today’s…
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Bridging the gap at Key Stage Three and Four for GCSE/BTEC PE @TeacherTriangle

By @TeacherTriangle at The key stage three PE whiteboard design below was developed to help: Improve consistency of teaching and learning across the department. Reduce planning time for staff. Improve differentiated questioning for staff and student leaders.  Drip-feed GCSE/BTEC content (1% philosophy). Drip-feed mindset development (mental toughness and resilience). Bring simplicity to ‘life without levels‘ for…
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Celebrating School Sport – Part 1 by @ImSporticus

Celebrating School Sport – Part 1 This time of year is always a reflective one for me, probably more so than at beginning of a new academic year. It is a time to take stock; to muse on the past, analyse in the here and now and then plan for the future. It’s also a time…
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Baseline Testing, Multi Skills & Games For Understanding in Physical Education

A quick post on a popular topic at the moment with the new term just around the corner.  This post aims to spark some thoughts on the topic of baseline testing, multi skills and games for understanding schemes usually carried out for the new cohort of new year 7 students in the first term. Below you…
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