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Key Information - Special Educational Needs PE Lesson Plans and Scheme of Work

  • 6-week scheme of work designed for special educational needs children
  • Focus on building physical skills, confidence, and overall well-being
  • Differentiated lessons addressing individual needs and abilities
  • Incorporation of sensory areas, behaviour management strategies, and assessment opportunities
  • Comprehensive and enjoyable experience for improving physical skills and well-being

This 6-week scheme of work aims to support children with special educational needs to develop their physical skills, confidence, and overall well-being through engaging and enjoyable physical activities.

Each week, students will concentrate on a specific area of physical development, including:

  1. Balance and coordination
  2. Teamwork and communication
  3. Strength and endurance
  4. Gross motor skills.

The lessons are carefully differentiated to accommodate student's individual needs and abilities. The scheme of work incorporates sensory areas to enhance engagement and learning.

We integrate behaviour management strategies to ensure a positive and inclusive environment. Assessment opportunities are provided to monitor progress and personalise the learning experience.

Overall, this scheme of work offers a comprehensive and enjoyable journey for special educational needs students to improve their physical skills, boost their confidence, and enhance their overall well-being.

  1. Free Courses - Primary Physical Education -SEND

  2. Enhancing Physical Education for Students with Special Educational Needs

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Four Key Benefits of using our Lesson Plans and Schemes of Works

Holistic Development

This scheme of work integrates sensory stimulation with physical movement, promoting holistic development. It helps PE teachers to stimulate each of the five senses, enhancing students' sensory perception alongside their physical skills.

Focus on Essential Physical Skills

The scheme covers essential physical skills such as balance, coordination, strength, endurance, and gross motor skills. This comprehensive approach ensures that students develop a wide range of skills, enhancing their overall physical competence.

Promotion of Teamwork and Communication

The scheme of work includes activities that promote teamwork and communication. These skills are not only important in physical education but also in students' social and academic lives.

Inclusive and Differentiated Approach

The scheme of work is designed to be inclusive, with differentiation strategies to accommodate students of varying abilities. This ensures that all students can participate and benefit from the activities, regardless of their skill levels.

Scheme of Work outline for our lesson plans in SEND Primary PE 

Weeks 1-2:

Introduction and Balance & Coordination

The first two weeks introduce students to sensory areas and their relation to physical movement. Warm-up activities stimulate each of the five senses, and movement activities involve all sensory areas. The second week focuses on balance and coordination, with activities such as balance beam walking and catch and throw games.

Week 3-4:

Teamwork, Communication, and Strength & Endurance

In weeks three and four, students are introduced to teamwork and communication activities, including relay races and cooperative games. They also start to develop their strength and endurance through activities like lifting weights and running. These weeks are all about building on the foundation from the first two weeks and starting to develop more advanced skills.

Weeks 5-6:

Gross Motor Skills and Review & Assessment

The final two weeks focus on gross motor skills, such as crawling, jumping, and running. The last week serves as a review and assessment period, where students' progress is evaluated, and areas for improvement are identified. This not only showcases their understanding and skill development but also gives them a sense of accomplishment and pride in their progress.

Free Course

Special Education Needs and Disabilities' in Primary PE