These resources help students investigate our growing understanding of the most important organ in our bodies: the brain. Drawing on sports psychology and the latest developments in brain science, long-held ideas of what makes you “you” are explored and challenged.
These resources can help your students build an understanding of why we eat and what foods we should consume to improve physical well-being and enjoy a healthy lifestyle. Make sure to watch the video to find out what top athletes and coaches consider in their diet, and why beetroot is one of David Weir’s power foods.
A worksheet for students to gain an understanding of Projectile Motion using the game of Angry Birds. It can be used as a resource for home learning or for use within lessons. It is an effective way to use ICT and gaming to assist the teaching of projectile motion.
This excel worksheet reinforces the focus for students to know how to take their pulse. It is a template for all areas of sport and activity. It has been used effectively in jump rope, basketball and WOD lessons and engages students to work out at their own pace based on their heart rate.
The fourth instalment of my football coaching series, this time on the 7-9 age range. This follows on from my 3-6 year old curriculum. It is intended to be progressive and challenging to this age group. Once again, I’d appreciate any feedback. Enjoy and please share. Contents The Four corners The Coaches Continuum Player considerations Responsibilities of the coach Session Outline Discipline Discipline Module 3 overview & technique tips Module 2 overview & technique tips Curriculum topics Week 1 – sign ups and intros Weeks 2 and 10 – Skills test Week 3 – Dribbling part 1 Week 3 – Dribbling part 1 Week 4 – Dribbling part 2 Week 4 – Dribbling part 2 Week 5 – Short passing Week 5 – Short passing Week 6 – SAQ day Week 7 – Passing and receiving Week 7 – Passing and receiving Week 8 – Turning Week 9 – Shooting Week...