PE during the lockdown
An update on Government guidance for PE at school
PE at Home – and its importance
Yet another lockdown, and we are really seeing the effects of our children being inactive whilst stuck at home.
Home Learning Expectations: PE at home
DfE expectations for schools to provide home-learning resources
Government Guidance for School Sport
New Government guidance for schools during the November lockdown
Covid-19 and Physical Education
As we continue to create ‘the new normal’, it is now more important than ever to prepare thoroughly for PE.
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?
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?
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.