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Curriculum PE

PE Assessment – Danish Style

Over the last 5 years, through Comenius, my current school hasĀ built a link with a school in Denmark. Every year teachers from both schools visit each other to observe, to share ideas and to talk about the similarities and differences in education between our two schools and countries. One area that really interested me was […]

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Curriculum PE Teaching and Learning

The practical value of time in PE

There were two moment in the last week that have upset me. Firstly I received back the results of a YST PE and School Sport survey I had filled in. 1946 primary and secondary schools had completed it, and the document compared my school results to the County and National averages. The results in the […]

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Curriculum PE

PE Tip of the Day @PE_TotD #ITTPE

If you are a PE Teacher and you aren’t following PE Tip if the Day (@PE_TotD) on twitter, then you really should. His account focuses on the sharing of practical core PE tips. Its a brilliant resource if you want ideas on activities you can do in your lessons. Think of it like that older […]

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Academic PE

Top Tips for AQA AS PE

Recently I experienced my first webinar. The focus of it was an introduction to AQA AS Level Physical Education. Being the first time I have taught this examining boardĀ and spec I required a little extra information. Apologies if this teaching your grandmother to suck eggs but here are my top things that I found out: […]