URGENT!!! Hockey coaching plan needed for A level PE

URGENT!!! Hockey coaching plan needed for A level PE

I am doing A level PE and I need to find a coaching plan that includes a number of drills that get progressively harder. The plan has to be game based, I was thinking of doing one on possession but I cannot find drills that link together and get harder. Please help, Thanks

Erin ParryCoach, Wales
ANSWERS
Steven PortplanOther, England

Hi Erin,

Using the search bar should give you a decent collection of drills, as well as the possession category. Also, consider that possession is basically passing and receiving for a period of time, so that may be a good place to look.

Have a look at Stuck in the box and box bandit. Great small unit possession drills which have multiple progressions. I`ll leave you to think of the rest.

Let me know how you get on,

Josh

Robert NoallCoach, Netherlands

Hi Erin

The best way to deliver sessions for PE (especially if you are doing it for A level) is to split it into segments (If you are teaching for an hour):

5 minutes

Physical warm-up

5 Minutes

Warm up exercise with stick and ball (if you are teaching passing, make the focus passing)

20Minutes

Main session, I suggest passing as it is easy to teach, here you will start by explaining the correct technique, then let them try it for a few minutes and talk about how to improve it. (Show, try, improve)

15 Minutes

Putting it into practice: Here the players will put the technique they have bene practicing into a more realistic situation for example passing in a 3v2.

15 Minutes

Match practice and summary: Here the players will play a game against each other, whilst playing you should be shouting feedback regarding the topic you chose. For example if you picked passing, instruct the players the best technique whilst they play. After you have finished the match talk about how the training before the session helped their match play and what they should do to improve next time (including their competitive matches against other teams)

Good Luck

Robert

Login or Join Now for FREE to post your answer

JOIN SPORTPLAN FOR FREE

  • search our library of 1000+ hockey drills
  • create your own professional coaching plans
  • or access our tried and tested plans

TRANSFORM YOUR TEAM'S SEASON WITH PROFESSIONALLY PLANNED SESSIONS

Use our expert plans or build your own using our library of over 700+ drills, and easy-to-use tools.

JOIN NOW

VIEW MORE QUESTIONS

See the whole archive of questions.

QUESTIONS ARCHIVE

SIGN UP NOW FOR FREE

  • search our library of 1000+ hockey drills
  • create professional hockey coaching plans
  • or access our tried and tested hockey plans
YOUR SESSION IS STARTING SOON... Join the worlds largest hockey coaching resource for 1000+ drills and pro tools to make coaching easy.
LET'S DO IT