Striver has been created with a sole purpose: To improve primary aged students’ long-term physical and mental wellbeing. We do that by ensuring children of all abilities feel motivated and engaged, and teachers of all experience levels feel confident and in control. It is the only PE scheme of work that includes health and wellbeing lessons.
Over 400 PE lessons, supported by six wellbeing units, all housed in a clever website that makes planning and assessment a breeze.
Our free sample pack includes two full lessons, plus an overview of Striver that you can share with others in the school. If you'd like to see a lesson from a particular unit, get in touch and we'll be happy to provide one.
The sample pack includes:
Basketball - Ages 8 to 9 - Lesson 4
Yoga - Ages 5 to 6 - Lesson 1
Overview of units
An introduction to Striver
Assessment and reporting - overview
Growth Mindset - overview
A whole school scheme of work for PE written by specialists.
Simple one-touch assessment makes progress tracking quick and easy.
Easy to follow lessons that include images and extension activities.
Striver makes PE accessible to teachers from all backgrounds. Simple lesson plans include images, diagrams and videos to guide instructors every step of the way.
One-touch assessment makes progress tracking quick and easy. Striver includes an app that works off-line so you can access lesson plans and do assessment on the move.
A focus on individual progression encourages a growth mindset.
'Skill Development Activities' at the beginning and end of each unit allow children to see how they've developed.
'Hard Worker Awards' celebrate effort instead of ability.
Our lessons focus on developing the underlying key skills that make up all sports, things like using movement to create space and controlling objects with your hands or feet. Breaking sports down into key skills creates more opportunity for children to experience improvement. It also means children will feel confident to try out new sports independently.
Each unit starts and ends with a unique Skill Development Activity and children's individual scores are recorded, giving a clear indication of their progress over time.
Easily organise PE across the school.
Get a whole school overview of assessment data.
A dedicated account manager and support team on-hand whenever you need them.
Striver's calendar function allows you to assign units to different classes and groups. Once assigned, the teachers have all the information they need to deliver outstanding PE lessons and you can see exactly who is teaching what throughout the year.
Data from every teacher is synced together online, so you can generate powerful whole-school reports whenever you need them.
Striver contains dedicated wellbeing units that aim to boost self-esteem and build resilience. There are six wellbeing units that children study at increasing levels of depth as they move up through the school. This reinforcement process has been used so that by the time children leave your school, they not only understand these topics, but are able to put what they have learnt into practice in a meaningful way.
Introduce strategies to deal with stress and anxiety.
Develop persistence, perseverance and relaxation.
Empower children with the information they need to make responsible, healthy choices.
Learn the importance of sleep to a healthy lifestyle and how best to achieve it.
Nurture cooperation and respect and teach the value in learning from mistakes.
Foster self-respect and positive personal hygiene.
Striver costs $1000 +GST annually for schools with less than 150 students and $1600 +GST annually for schools with 150 students or more. Both subscriptions have an additional one-off $300 set-up fee (excluded for schools that use Purple Mash).
You can try Striver free for 14-days before you subscribe and we offer a 30-day no quibble money back guarantee once you join, so you can have total peace of mind.
2Simple has been making resources to support primary schools for 20 years. During that time we've won over 40 industry awards. We were founded by a primary school teacher and about half of our staff are former primary school teachers.
I guess what we're trying to say is, we're a name you can trust.