PACE (Physically Active Children in Education)
The award-winning PACE program offers a range of resources for classroom teachers. This includes daily energisers, active physical education lessons, cross curricular links, and NESA accredited professional development for teachers.

Fundamental Skills in Action
Fundamental Movement Skills in Action supports teachers of years K-6 to explicitly teach the 12 fundamental movement skills. The easy to print teaching cards include a warmup activity, ideas on how to teach the skill components and activities to practice the skill.

Get Skilled Get Active
Get Skilled Get Active offers support for identifying proficiency in the fundamental movement skills and demonstrate and guide how to deliver them through PDHPE

NSW Department of Education
PDHPE curriculum resources years K-6.

NSW School Sports Unit
The NSW School Sport Unit has a collection of teaching and learning resources to promote movement across the day. These include; 10@10 Classroom Energisers, Thinking while Moving, Burn2learn, Fast start cards, Physical activity across the school day teaching resource, Playing for Life cards, and more.

Kilometre Club
The Kilometre Club is a school-based physical activity program that provides children with the opportunity to run, walk or jog on an outside course at a designated time of day.

Some YouTube channels that are useful for physical activities in schools are listed below.
Active Energisers (NSW Sports Unit) and Thinking While Moving activities
How do get your 150min per week

Traditional Indigenous Games
Traditional Indigenous Games is a collection of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander sports games from all over Australia. It is aimed at students from Kindergarten to Year 12 and includes diagrams, background to each game, game rules, variations of the games, and teaching points.

Other useful websites
Sporting Schools Funding: help subsidise before, during or after school sports programs for your students
Premiers Sporting Challenge: get your students involved in the challenge and register to receive extra resources and support

For more useful information and resources, visit the Live Life Well @ School website here

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