Coaching & Skills
PEOffice is teaming up with KeysToReferee to bring you an exclusive Q&A with elite former Premier League referees at 3pm today.
Former head of the PGMOL (refereeing body) Keith Hackett, who also refereed the 1981 FA Cup Final, will be fronting the session.
This week he will be joined by special guests, Roger Dilkes and Mark Halsey. Click here to sign up.Read More
PEOffice has today launched PEOffice TV to enable your children to continue to complete PE lessons during lockdown.
Exercise has been a major talking point of the lockdown, with concern raised that the measures would stop people getting their recommended amount of exercise.
Keep an eye on PEOffice’s Facebook page for future videos. For this week’s PE lesson click the link below.Read More
The warm up is a crucial part of any PE lesson. It should prepare the body for exercises by gradually increasing heart rate and circulation.
The process of the warm up should loosen the joints and increase blood flow to the muscles, preparing the body for physical activity and preventing injuries.
Delivering physical education in the cooler months can be a challenge for teachers, yet with these five fun drills you can help to ensure pupils are engaged during the PE warm up.Read More
Winning games can help children to experience how hard work can result in success and individual performance can build a child’s confidence, as well as developing teamworking skills when playing teams sports. However, there is also a lot to learn from losing.Read More
When you are coaching athletes to participate in competitions, there is much more involved than simply working on improving their performance.
Depending on the sport and the type of competition, there will be a wide range of other factors that you will need to consider as coach.Read More
When you are experimenting with team formations, playing with a lone striker is an option that can be used in various situations – often as a tactic for increased defensive stability or maybe because a striker gets injured and there are limited substitute options.Read More