Our HRE / HRF resources is everything a PE Teacher needs for teaching HRE / HRF. Our All in one packages and bundles include the following HRE / HRF products:

  • HRE / HRF Scheme of Work (3 schemes of work) for Key stage 3 PE
  • HRE / HRF Lesson plans (20 lesson plans)
  • HRE / HRF Assessment sheets
  • HRE / HRF Keywords (HRE / HRF specific and theory keywords)

If you want each lesson plan, scheme, sheet and keyword as a single and separate file but as part as a bundle package then the HRE / HRF bundle can be purchased here.

If you want just one downloadable file of HRE / HRF that includes everything then click here for our 'All in One' HRE / HRF package.

Our PE Office HRE / HRF resources, lesson plans and schemes of work can be purchased via a subscription for individuals, PE teachers, and PE departments as part of a school subscription or instantly via the shop where all the resources are available straight away. Our HRE / HRF lesson plans and schemes of work cover the following topics, skills and HRE / HRF concepts:

Year 7


Year 8


Year 9

  • Warmups / Stretching
  • Cooldowns
  • Basic Drills
  • Testing
  • Circuit Training
  • Fatigue
  • Speed
  • Developing Speed
  • Step Test
  • Fartlek Training
  • Interval Training
  • Continuous Training
  • Multi-Stage Test (Bleep Test)
  • Retesting
  • Plyometrics
  • Weight Training
  • Principles
  • Effects on Body
  • Nutrition
  • Retesting

Included in this resource:

  • To be able to plan and lead effective warm-ups, stretching exercises and cooldowns.
  • Students should know the 4 ‘S’ factors, know how each can be improved through physical training, and be able to plan and participate ineffective training programs aimed to improve each.
  • Students should know how fitness can be tested and how we can measure each component.
  • To beable to test accurately
  • To know the impact of the body systems through each HRE exercise 
  • By the end of the scheme, students should understand the energy values of different foods and be able to gauge the amount of exercise required to “burn” a number of calories.
  • Students should also understand the short-term and long-term effects of exercise on the body.