Written by Primary P.E. Specialist Teachers for Primary School Teachers

Plan and deliver
High Quality
Physical Education
by implementing our scheme of work

Complete P.E. is an interactive online resource that enables all teachers to plan and implement high quality teaching within Physical Education. Our scheme of work contains over 700 suggested sequences of learning for Foundation, KS1 and KS2. In partnership with the Youth Sport Trust, we have embedded two exceptional resources; My Personal Best Primary and TOP PE to further support teachers' planning, delivery and assessment of PE.

There are over 650 differentiation learning cards embedded within Complete P.E. providing teachers with additional support and guidance to develop their confidence to deliver high quality Physical Education. The learning cards enable teachers to confidently differentiate and personalise the learning for all pupils, ensuring every pupils' needs are met.

Differentiate and support the individual development of every pupil

High quality videos demonstrating successful, age related outcomes

The success criteria within each of the sequences of learning encompass physical, cognitive, social and emotional successes. Every success outcome is carefully aligned with the national curriculum. Accompanying the success criteria are over 6000 videos. The videos demonstrate successful age related learning and provide a valuable training tool as they bring the lesson and the learning to life.

Inside our subject leaders' area, PE leaders can access all the necessary resources needed to be able to perform their role with ease. This area is constantly updated to ensure the support is relevant and fresh. Webinars, workshops, guides and additional resources can all be found in here, linked to all elements of the role.

On-going subject leader support and whole school CPD

Easy to use Physical Education, Physical Activity and Swimming assessment tools

Our inbuilt assessment tool enables teachers to complete quick and meaningful summative assessments. By using the success criteria embedded within the sequences of learning, which are aligned with the national curriculum, teachers can make logical and informed assessments of pupil progress. The assessment tool calculates the percentage of pupils on track to meet age related expectations (ARE) and generates an automatic summative report statement, saving valuable time.