FUNdamentals & Multi-Skills


At the early stages of developing physical literacy pupils are exploring the FUNdamentals of movement; Agility, Balance and Coordination whilst establishing the basic movement patterns of running, jumping, and throwing. In this context generic activities, Swimming and specifically adapted forms of Athletics, Gymnastics and Dance can provide learners with appropriate opportunities to develop these competencies as well as expressive/creative abilities.

BUPAThe Youth Sport Trust, in partnership with Bupa, has developed training, web resources and local 'peer' mentor support to increase confidence and skill in teaching Key Stage 1 PE.

TopSport TOP Sport supports the delivery of PE and sport helping teachers unlock the potential of their pupils in KS2 PE with workshops, resource cards, posters and access to online resources.

scUKFUNdas Sports Coach UK has numerous ways you can learn about the three FUNdamentals of Movement - Balance, Coordination and Agility - that benefit young people in any sport.

Logo2011 Create Development offer fun and simple to follow schemes of work and support for Early Years Foundation Stage, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 practitioners that give them the confidence and skills to deliver outstanding PE.