News Tagged 'sport'

Super Movers

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Whilst at the Bett show recently, I picked up a leaflet about a new BBC and Premier League project called Super Movers.  I cannot recommend this enough! I love it.

“Super Movers gives teachers video content-led ideas and simple solutions to help children learn while they move – all free, fun, and easy to use in the classroom. No extra ...

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Winter Olympic Games

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The 2018 Winter Olympic Games runs from the 9 – 25 February 2018. The Olympic Winter Games will be held in Korea for the first time in 30 years after the Seoul Olympic Games in 1988. The host city is in Pyeonchang in South Korea.  PyeongChang  is where the opening and closing ceremonies will be, along with most snow sports. Alpine speed ...

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Summer of World Athletics: Starting Blocks

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Summer of World Athletics: Starting Blocks. Hoping to continue the legacy of London 2012 and the iconic Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, this programme aims to use the World Para Athletics Championships and IAAF World Championships, London 2017, to inspire and engage young people.

Offering free, flexible, and curriculum-linked resources for teachers of students aged 5-14 in ...

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Rio Olympics

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The Riorio Olympics Olympics, which are taking place during the summer of 2016, could be a great inspiration for any teacher to conduct a mini-Olympics when schools return in September. Hopefully children will have watched the Olympics and so be interested and willing to try out all sorts of new sports.

Studyladder  is offering a completely free set of teaching resources:

“Bring ...

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The Rio Olympics

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The Rio OlympicsThe Rio Olympics are coming up rapidly and there are several really interesting sets of resources available for children. Both the summer and the winter games offer wonderful opportunities to get children involved and excited about sport. 

Perhaps introducing the Olympic theme towards the end of the school year and including a whole-school holiday homework project could be an interesting ...

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