PE Department Vision

PE Code of Conduct

End of Season Sports Report - December 2015

 

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Year 5

Key Focus:
Stage 2: FUNdamental
The main objective of the Year 5 curriculum is the overall development of the pupil’s physical capacities and fundamental movement skills.

The key points of the Year 5 curriculum are:

  • Participation in as many sports as possible
  • Speed, power and endurance are developed using FUN games
  • Appropriate and correct running, jumping and throwing techniques are taught using the ABC's of athletics
  • Introduction to the simple rules and ethics of sports
  • Strength training with exercises which use the child’s own body weight
  • Develop the athlete's:
    • ABC's (Agility, Balance, Coordination and Speed)
    • RJT (Running, Jumping, Throwing)
    • KGBs (Kinesthetics, Gliding, Buoyancy, Striking with a body part)
    • CKs (Catching, Kicking, Striking with an implement)

Moving to Stage 3: Learn to Train (See below)

 

Autumn term

Spring term

Summer term

Half term 1

Introductory Activities

Football

Netball

Half term 1

Gymnastics

Dance

Half term 1

Athletics

Half Term 2

Gymnastics

Dance

Half Term 2

Tag Rugby

Hockey

Half Term 2

Tennis

Kwick Cricket

 

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Year 6

Key Focus:
Stage 3: Learn to Train
The main objective of the Year 6 curriculum is to learn all fundamental sports skills.

The key points of the Year 6 curriculum are:

  • Further develop fundamental movement skills
  • Learn general overall sports skills
  • Continue to develop strength with own body-weight exercises as well as hopping-bounding exercises
  • Continue to develop endurance with games and relays
  • Introduce basic flexibility exercises
  • Continue to develop speed with specific activities during the warm-up, such as agility, quickness and change of direction

Develop knowledge of warm up, cool down, stretching, hydration, nutrition, recovery, relaxation and focusing

 

Autumn term

Spring term

Summer term

Half term 1

Football

Netball

Half term 1

Gymnastics

Dance

Half term 1

Athletics

Half term 2

Gymnastics

Dance

Half term 2

Tag Rugby

Hockey

Half term 2

Tennis

Kwick Cricket

 

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Year 7

Key Focus:
Consolidate Stage 3: Learn to Train (see above)

Moving to Stage 4: Train to train

The main objective of the Year 7 curriculum is the overall development of the pupil’s physical capacities (focus on aerobic conditioning) and fundamental movement skills.

The key points of the Year 7 curriculum are:

  • Emphasis will remain on extending general sports skills
  • Due to better developed mental capacities, pupils will be more able to learn under realistic game pressure
  • Develop pupil’s ability to applying core skills to develop decision making ability in a variety of playing positions.
  • Competition will be used only to reinforce learning and refining the application of skills, not concentrate on the outcome of matches.

 

Autumn term

Spring term

Summer term

Half term 1

Football

Netball

Half term 1

Gymnastics

Dance

Half term 1

Athletics

Orienteering

Half term 2

Gymnastics

Dance

Half term 2

Tag Rugby

Hockey

Half term 2

Rounders

Cricket

 

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Year 8

Key Focus:
Consolidation of Stage 4: Train to Train.

The main objective of the Year 8 curriculum is the continued development of the pupil’s physical capacities (focus on aerobic conditioning) and fundamental movement skills.

The key points of the Year 8 curriculum are:

  • Focus on providing leadership opportunities for all pupils.
  • Develop tactical awareness within range of games.
  • Develop the quality of decision making while under pressure in game situations.
  • Provide opportunities for pupils to guide school team tactics and strategies.
  • Provide quality opportunities to compete within lessons and outside lessons.

 

Autumn term

Spring term

Summer term

Half term 1

Football

Netball

Half term 1

Gymnastics

Dance

Half term 1

Athletics

Health and Fitness

Half Term 2

Gymnastics

Dance

Half Term 2

Tag Rugby

Hockey

Half Term 2

Rounders

Cricket

 

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