Thousands of teachers in hundreds of schools using our resources to deliver National Curriculum based PE lessons
Over 10,000 teachers and 800 schools have heightened the quality and confidence of PE lessons through our resources. We focus on progression from Foundation Stage through to Key Stage 2 with active, engaging learning. Hundreds of lesson plans tested and updated by PE Specialists every week to ensure all activities are fresh fun and up to date for your PE lessons.
Staff love what PE Planning has to offer and are always commenting on the new resources and plans that are updated to the website. We have seen a vast improvement in teacher’s ability to teach PE.
The planning, assessment and report documents are brilliant. Simple and hugely time saving for teachers.
An invaluable tool for Primary School Sports Coaches. So many sports for all year groups. This resource does all the planning work so my Coaches can focus on high quality PE delivery… perfect!
The plans are full of engaging and active games. Easy to follow catering for a range of abilities. Very well thought out resources and great value for money.
Scottish and English pupils are back!…
Scottish pupils are returning to school today and English pupils on 8th March. And the best part, we can get straight on with PE…
Teaching Dance – It’s Not That Daunting
You might not ‘think’ you are a Choreographer, but once you know a few key rules, your pupils will be amazed…
Differentiation in PE: the most affective piece of equipment
Some of us have been around long enough to know that differentiation and consideration of every child has improved significantly in recent years.
No PE Kit… again! Considerations for setting a policy
“it’s my Mum’s fault, she didn’t pack it”… Sound familiar? Some children will persistently “forget” their PE kit. But is there more to this than meets the eye? And should these children be left out of PE lessons?
Windy, rainy, no hall…? Try classroom PE games
Whoever designed primary schools, didn’t have PE and the British weather at the forefront of their minds. And now with extended lunchtimes for Social Distancing, does this mean no PE in the winter months?