Inspire the next generation of athletes with our range of PE equipment. Thinking ahead for the new school year? Thinking ahead for the new school year? Discover our PE equipment essentials and athletic equipment for school PE including school team bands, rackets, storage trolleys, sponge cricket balls and more. Put our games kits to good use or get creative with hula hoops and bean bags during pe lessons.
Whether it's shaking off all that extra energy or learning a new skill, there's plenty of opportunities to enjoy sports, play and physical activity with our collection of multi sport equipment. Selected with primary schools and young children in mind, you’ll find all you need to support and encourage a healthy active lifestyle physical education indoors and outdoors.
Let your children play in an football match with their friends with our mitre primo footballs and referee their match with our squeeze whistles, or buy some of our PE benches to allow your children to rest during halftime! We have all the resources you could possibly want for your PE lesson!
We also have a range of physical development resources that your children can use alongside PE lessons to make them even more fun! Children can dance and spin around with our dance scarves, play bean bag hula hoop throw during athletics day with our bean bag frogs and race each other on the track using our colorful bunny hopper!
Unsure of what school sports equipment to get? Have a read at our PE equipment list for some ideas!
Early Years Resources stocks a wide range of PE equipment for primary schools. Our range of multi-sport equipment are designed to promote health and fitness for children in the Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 curriculum stages.
Our in-house experts have worked closely with Physical Education specialists to select a range of products that will encourage children to get active and improve physical qualities such as agility, balance, coordination, and includes well-known brands such as Mitre, Dunlop and Slazenger.
Whether you're looking for PE equipment storage, equipment for football, tennis, gymnastics, rugby, athletics and other competitive sports, or provisions for school sports days, our range will provide you with everything you need.
Learn more about why physical development through PE is so important by reading our blog which covers the top 10 physical development activities for EYFS.
To take care of PE equipment you’ll want to make sure that you clean pieces of equipment regularly, ensure they are appropriately stored when not used, only use the equipment for it’s intended purpose and ensure you rotate the use of equipment to maximise their lifespan.
you’ll want to wipe down equipment with a damp cloth to remove dirt, sweat and other residues. For equipment like balls, mats or gym apparatus, disinfection may be required.
Ensure that you store equipment in a cool dry place away from direct sunlight. UV rays can degrade certain materials over time. You’ll also want to make sure that you organise equipment neatly, using racks for weights and bins for smaller items. You’ll want to avoid storing equipment under heavier objects and equipment to prevent deforming and damaging equipment.
Using equipment for its intended purpose:
You should try and avoid using equipment for activities that it has not been designed for. For example, using a basketball as a tennis ball.
To maximise the longevity of your PE equipment, you’ll want to rotate their use regularly.
There are many materials that can be used in physical education. Below are some great examples of essential PE equipment:
Balls and related equipment:
Rackets and bats:
Uniforms and footwear:
Adapted PE equipment: