Physical Education with

Helping you deliver quality physical education

What we do...

Physical Literacy

Focus on the holistic development of physical literacy. Ideas, tools & resources to help you promote lifelong physical activity.

Assessment

Teacher created and tested tools to assist you in assessing your students in all areas of their physical literacy development.

Game Design

Tools & strategies to help you create, design & teach purposeful games that will develop "thinking players".

Pedagogy

Take your practice to the next level with purposeful approaches to teaching & coaching. We can help you create a model that suits your situation.

Online Courses

Take professional development into your own hands. Join one of our self-paced online courses & develop skills to improve your practice at any time that suits you.

Speaking

Looking for an inspiring and engaging speaker or workshop for your event? Invite Nathan and be guaranteed to discover purposeful ideas to improve your practice.

Recent Blog Posts

Nathan Horne

Artie Kamiya | The Godfather of #PhysEd

To say that Artie Kamiya has dedicated his life to his profession would be a massive understatement. This man has had a massive impact not only on the students who were lucky enough to have him as their teacher, but indirectly tens of thousands of children and youth who’s teachers were lucky enough to meet

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Nathan Horne

Wear It With Pride: #PhysEd Clothing

If you have been taking a look around iPhys-Ed.com recently you may have noticed that we recently branched out and started producing physical education clothing. The impetus behind this was to try and provide physical educators out there with opportunities to advocate for physical education through their fashion choices. Whether it be in the gym,

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Nathan Horne

Making Sense of Physical Literacy: Building Confidence

In my previous post, Making Sense of Physical Literacy, I shared my experience of coming to terms with the concept of Physical Literacy and how it serves as the purpose behind my physical education program. Having been on this journey to discover and understand physical literacy and how it can serve as a foundation for

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Nathan Horne

Should I Fitness Test in PE?

Fitness testing has traditionally been commonplace within schools and physical education curriculums, however in their research published in 2006, Cale & Harris found: In a previous blog post, Making Sense of Physical Literacy we explored how physical literacy serves as the foundation of physical education. It should be noted that physical literacy: is an inclusive concept accessible

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