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EYFS

Intent

 

Development matters

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Premier sport objectives

 

Physical development

Moving and handling ELG=

  • show good control and coordination in large and small movements
  • move confidently in a range of ways, safely negotiating space
  • handle equipment and tools effectively

 

Health and self-care ELG=

  • Children know the importance for good health of physical exercise and a healthy diet, and talk about the ways to keep healthy and safe

 

 

  • Understand the importance of following rules and playing
  • Listen to others and follow instructions
  • To safely navigate into space
  • To move in large and small movements confidently

 

 

 

  • Opportunities for all children to develop the school core values of resilience, kindness, curiosity and perseverance through PE lessons.

Implement

Activities/ units of work

skills, progression

 

 

Games

  • Travelling using a variety of movements e.g. strides, little steps etc.
  • Communicating with a partner
  • Handling appropriate resources e.g. beanbag, medium sized ball etc.
  • Working with a partner cooperatively e.g. passing
  • Looking for a space and trying to keep that space

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Possible differentiation for SEND

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Impact

 

 

  • Show some control handling equipment e.g. beanbags, tennis balls
  • To demonstrate some understanding and begin to show accuracy of the basic actions for rolling, underarm throwing, striking a ball and kicking.
  • Looking for a space and sometimes changing direction to keep a space.

 

  • - Children’s perseverance should be developed and able to be applied to games e.g. can’t catch a ball straight away but persevere until they can.
  • - Resilience-
  • - Kindness
  • - Curiosity

Games

Year 1

Intent

 

NC Aims

 

 

 

 

 

 

NC subject

content

  •  develop competence to excel in a broad range of physical activities
  •  are physically active for sustained periods of time
  •  engage in competitive sports and activities
  •  lead healthy, active lives.

 

  • master basic movements including running, jumping, throwing and catching, as well as developing balance, agility and co-ordination, and begin to apply these in a range of activities

QCA learning

objectives

  • to be confident and safe in the spaces used to play games
  • - to explore and use skills, actions and ideas individually and in combination to suit the game they are playing
  • - how to choose and use skills effectively for particular – games
  • -  That being active is good for them and fun
    - To watch, copy and describe what others are doing
  • - to describe what  they are doing

 

  • Opportunities for all children to develop the school core values of resilience, kindness, curiosity and perseverance through PE lessons.

Implement

Activities/ units of work

skills, progression

 

 

Striking and fielding

- Underarm rolling and throwing (bowling- striking).

- Aiming to a target (striking).

- Running and stopping and retrieving the ball, facing the same direction (fielding)

- Receiving a ball with cupped hands (backstop).

- Working in pairs and small groups of 4 cooperatively.

Invasion games

- Travelling with a range of equipment- football and basketball. Dribbling (hands and feet)

- Basic passing and receiving skills (kick, bounce pass and chest pass)

- Cooperative work in pairs- passing to each other and moving into a new space

Athletics

- Introducing key activities of run, jump and throw

- Improving their own personal best through

- Challenges to improve perseverance and resilience

- Peer and self-assessments to improve their knowledge and understanding of the skill.

 

Possible differentiation for SEND

Share Lesson plans w/ LSA’S prior to lesson

SHARE STEPS differentiation and give possible ideas for that lesson

Impact

 

 

QCA Learning outcomes

  • - Move fluently, changing direction and speed easily and avoiding collisions.
  • - show control and accuracy with the basic actions for rolling, underarm throwing, striking a ball and kicking.
  • - understand the concept of tracking, and get in line with the ball to receive it.
  • - understand the concepts of aiming, hitting into space, and taking the ball to a good position for aiming.
  • - use skills in different ways in different games, and try to win by changing the way they use skills in response to their opponent's actions.
  • - recognise space in their games and use it to their advantage, planning where to stand to make it difficult for opponents.
  • - describe what it feels like when they breathe faster during exercise.
  • - explain why running and playing games is good for them.
  • - watch others' movements carefully.
  • - describe what they have done or seen others doing.
  • - copy what they see and say why it is good.
  • - Children’s perseverance should be developed and able to be applied to games e.g. can’t catch a ball straight away but persevere until they can.
  • - Resilience-
  • - Kindness
  • - Curiosity

Games

Year 2

Intent

 

NC Aims

 

NC subject content

  •  develop competence to excel in a broad range of physical activities
  •  are physically active for sustained periods of time
  •  engage in competitive sports and activities
  •  lead healthy, active lives.

 

  • master basic movements including running, jumping, throwing and catching, as well as developing balance, agility and co-ordination, and begin to apply these in a range of activities

QCA learning objectives

  • - To improve the way they coordinate and control their bodies and a range of equipment
  • - to remember, repeat and link combinations of skills
  • -  to choose, use and vary simple tactics
  • - to recognise and describe what their bodies feel like during different types of activity
  • - to recognise good quality in performance
  • - to use information to improve their work

 

  • Opportunities for all children to develop the school core values of resilience, kindness, curiosity and perseverance through PE lessons.

Implement

Activities/ units of work

skills, progression

 

 

Striking and fielding

  • Exploring ways of striking, using a range of implements
  • Aiming into spaces.
  • Fielding skills including long arm throws, underarm throws and stopping the ball.
  • Small sided games to be developed.

Invasion games

- Using a range of different equipment, passing, receiving and moving into spaces

- Working in pairs and small groups on pass and move

- Introducing attack and defence principles

- Develop into small sided games 1 v2 and 2 v 3

 Athletics

-  Develop athletic skills by introducing a greater range of jumping activities.

- Develop throwing using different equipment.

- Develop running skills by introducing pace and distance and by adding equipment (e.g. hurdles).

- To improve their personal best using peer assessment and feedback.

- Developing more competitive opportunities throughout the unit of work.

-To work in pairs to develop peer and self-assessment and begin to use their understanding and knowledge of skills.

 

Possible differentiation for SEND

Share Lesson plans w/ LSA’S prior to lesson

SHARE STEPS differentiation and give possible ideas for that lesson

Impact

 

 

QCA Learning outcomes

  • - perform a range of rolling, throwing, striking, kicking, catching and gathering skills, with control.
  • -show a good awareness of others in running, chasing and avoiding games, making simple decisions about when and where to run.
  • - choose and use tactics to suit different situations.
  • - react to situations in a way that helps their partners and makes it difficult for their opponents.
  • - know how to score and keep the rules of the games.
  • - understand and describe changes to their heart rate when playing different games.
  • - begin to anticipate what they will feel like after playing games.
  • - watch and describe performances accurately.
  • - recognise what is successful.
  • - Copy actions and ideas, and use the information they collect to improve their skills.
  • - Children’s perseverance should be developed and able to be applied to games e.g. can’t catch a ball straight away but persevere until they can.
  • - Resilience-
  • - Kindness
  • - Curiosity
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