Premier League Primary Stars is asking children to create their Ultimate PE lesson with EA SPORTS. We are challenging pupils to get creative and come up with a lesson which they think other children will love. With a bit of help from a Premier League footballer, the winning group will have the opportunity to create their lesson using motion capture technology – the same technology used to create the movements of players in games such as FIFA 19!
We’d like pupils to work in a group of 4-6 to plan their Ultimate PE Lesson.
Final lesson plans should appeal to other pupils aged 7-11. When planning their lesson, groups will need to consider things such as:
Be ambitious – work hard and never give up on their goals
Be inspiring – set a great example to others
Be connected – work well with others and in a team
Be fair – treat people equally and think of others
Just upload your pupils' entry sheets using the form on this page by 17:00 on Friday 5 April 2019 and they will be entered into the competition.
Lessons will be judged by a panel of PE experts who will be looking for the following:
Entries won't be judged on their drawing skills, the judges are looking for the most creative entry so pupils shouldn't worry too much about presentation.
The 4-6 children with the winning entry will have their lesson captured using motion capture technology. The lesson will be hosted on the Premier League Primary Stars website alongside all the other great PE resources.
They will also have the opportunity to come to the motion capture session and take on the role of coach, performer, director or technician, and meet a Premier League player who will feature in the lesson!
Three runner-up schools will win the following:
We have developed a Key Stage 2 pack to encourage children to get involved, learn about what makes a great PE lesson, and support pupils in creating the best PE lesson they can to submit to The Ultimate PE Lesson competition.
Full terms and conditions are available.
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