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Free PE Teaching Resources by Key Stage
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Resources for Primary and Secondary School PE Teachers
Choose KS1, KS2, KS3 or KS4 on this page and browse the list of free PE teaching resources for you to use in your classroom. All have great lesson plans, activities, games and quizzes for Primary and Secondary School pupils. Children are introduced to basic activities then slowly move on to more complex ones, learning about the effects on the body.
Primary School PE classes teach pupils the benefits of regular exercise and skills in team work. Secondary School PE classes look at numeruous sporting activities such as: badminton, tennis, hockey, cricket, basketball, track work, circuits, dance and more which develops strength, communication and health skills.
Fantastic Free PE Resources that are only a Click Away
This teachers’ website will help you save hours of time searching for PE lesson plans, worksheets, assessment, tutorials, workshops and assemblies. Whether you are a primary PE teacher at KS1 or KS2, or a secondary PE teacher at KS3 or KS4 this site will have PE resources for use in your classroom.
The site will give PE teachers lots of resources to help teach PE in the classroom, plus teaching ideas for PE GCSE revision, PE GCSE bite size and many more educational resource tips including the best interactive resources for PE in the educational marketplace.
There are PE lesson plans and worksheets for primary and secondary school teachers in the UK. The free PE resources cover a host of topics that fit in with the PE national curriculum so simply click on the KS1, KS2, KS3 or the KS4 button and start getting your free PE teaching ideas now.
Resources for KS4 PE will tie in with Science resources as they both focus on the body and the effects that occur because of exercise, illness and other things. There are some great sites that suggest warm-up and cool-down activities, exercises and games which are made fun and interesting.