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#ThisIsPE Activity Cards
Each #ThisIsPE secondary PE activity comes with a downloadable learning card, which outlines what space and equipment is needed; learning outcomes, both physical and personal; guidance in how to adapt the activity to make it harder and easier and some questions to consider whilst the activities are being done. All of the activities below are specifically designed for special schools. For a full list of #ThisIsPE activities please click here.
- Commando Crawling (Video)
- Rolling (Video)
- Stepping on different surfaces (Video)
- Stepping on and over objects (Video)
Inclusion 2020 activities
Taken from our 'Inclusion 2020' project which has seen 50 primary, secondary and special schools across England organise inclusive countrywide 'Learning and Discovery' sport festivals. At the events, 3,000 pupils of all abilities have been experiencing a variety of Para sports and get the opportunity to compete. In this document (page 11 onwards) there's a wide range of inclusive formats to utilise.
Lyfta lesson plans
A collaboration between Lyfta and the Youth Sport Trust along with Lead Inclusion Schools across the country has led to the creation of a new guide that uniquely connects PE, school sport and health and wellbeing together through immersive storyworlds, aligned with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
The aim of this collaboration is to provide practitioners with the opportunity to engage young people in their schools that may not have previously accessed school sport, and develop confidence to access new opportunities, with the long-term outcome of increasing take up in physical activity.
The newly developed guide contains 19 lesson plan ideas and 4 assembly suggestions.
TOP Sportsability is a unique inclusive activities programme developed by the Youth Sport Trust in partnership with National Governing Bodies of Sport. It can be utilised by schools to help engage young disabled people in Physical Education, school sport, and support their first step into the School Games. This is a free online resource aimed at schools. It consists of video clips and downloadable content showing ideas and strategies around the inclusion of young disabled people in physical activity.
Access the resources (sign-up required)
PE at Home
PE at Home was created for families, parents and young people as a way of developing their PE skills in a home environment or in small groups at school. Each resource is aimed at a different Key stage, from Early Years all the way up to KS4, enabling families with children in different year groups to be working on the same activity at the same time but at their own level. Each set of cards covers different areas of the PE National Curriculum and comes with additional cross curricular tasks which are mapped against what children in this age group should be learning in school.
PE at Home has been developed by three PE professionals; Angela Whitehouse, Sarah Lay and Helen Tonks. They are passionate about delivering high quality opportunities to young people to continue their PE journeys, even in these difficult times. New resource cards are released every Friday and you can download them free from the School Games website. You can also keep up to date with what PE at Home is doing on Twitter and feel free to share any feedback that you have.
A summary of the wider Youth Sport Trust inclusion work can be seen here. Focusing on four key areas - SEND, BAME, Girls and LGBTQ+.
Youth Sport Trust Enterprises also sells a range of inclusion materials, including Boccia and New Age Kurling sets, which can be seen on our webshop.