Curriculum Plan - PE

Intent

"Inspiring lifelong healthy, active lifestyles.”

Key Stage 3 Contents Skills

Year 7 

‘Personal Development’

Supporting students by developing the knowledge and the tools needed to prepare them for life through PE.

Students will develop ‘21st century skills’ throughout all key stages

What students will cover:

Practical Topics – All year 7 students will cover the following practical topics: 

Invasion Games – Netball, Football, Rugby

Net/Wall – Badminton, Tennis.

Striking and Fielding – Cricket, Rounders, Softball.

Aesthetics – Trampolining, Gymnastics, Dance. 

OAA – Team building and problem solving

Athletics – All events

Attribute focus:

Within each practical topic: students will develop their knowledge and understanding of the following three key attributes:

  • Resilience
  • Communication
  • Collaboration

All year 7 Students will:

  1. Understand the meaning of each attribute and the attribute related skills
  2. Demonstrate and develop attribute related skills across a range of contexts 
  3. Understand how to apply the attribute related skills in school and outside the school gates


Attribute based Skills students will develop:

Under each key attribute, students will cover 6 ‘attribute related skills’, see below:

Resilience:

  • Embracing Failure
  • A Growth Mindset
  • Persistence
  • Black Box Thinking
  • Marginal Gains
  • Embracing Change

Communication:

  • Verbal Communication
  • Nonverbal Communication
  • Active listening
  • Body Language
  • Providing Feedback
  • Giving Instructions

Collaboration: 

  • Honesty
  • Awareness
  • Setting Goals
  • Roles and Responsibilities
  • Creativity
  • Empathy 

Example of how students will retrieve and develop skills:

Students will cover each attribute in term 1 and will retrieve the knowledge gained to apply to different contexts.

For example:

Term 1 – Topic 1 Lesson 4 – Shooting in Netball: Attribute focus – Resilience - Embracing Failure

Term 2: Topic 2 Lesson 3 – Front Drop in Trampolining – Attribute focus – Resilience - Embracing Failure

Physical Skills students will develop:

The activities the students cover will:

  • Develop Fundamental Movement Skills
  • Focus on development of physical literacy
  • Develop Tactics and Strategies
  • Develop technique and performance
  • Focus on Intellectual and Physical Development 

Activities will include team sports. Striking and fielding, physical activity/fitness, dance, problem solving/team building, athletics

Year 8

‘Learning to Collaborate’

Students will be provided with the knowledge and tools needed to collaborate each with other effectively. The students will be become confident and responsible students who can work as a team to find solutions.

Students will develop ‘21st century skills’ throughout all key stages


What students will cover:

Practical Topics – All year 8 students will cover the following practical topics: 

Invasion Games – Basketball, Football, Rugby

Net/Wall – Badminton, Tennis.

Striking and Fielding – Cricket, Rounders, Softball.

Aesthetics – Trampolining, Gymnastics, Dance. 

OAA – Team building and problem solving

Athletics – All events

Attribute focus:

Students will develop their knowledge and understanding of the following three key attributes:

  • Confidence
  • Collaboration
  • Responsibility

All year 8 Students will:

  1. Understand the meaning of each attribute and the attribute related skills
  2. Demonstrate and develop attribute related skills across a range of contexts 
  3. Understand how to apply the attribute related skills in school and outside the school gates

Attribute based Skills students will develop:

Under each key attribute, students will cover 6 ‘attribute related skills’, see below:

Confidence:

  • Self-Assurance
  • Self-Esteem
  • Conviction
  • Trust
  • Self-Belief
  • Self-Worth

Collaboration:

  • Conflict Resolution
  • Effective Communication
  • Active Listening
  • Open-mindedness
  • Adaptability
  • Goal Setting

Responsibility:

  • Self-Control
  • Honesty
  • Accountability
  • Motivation
  • Roles and Responsibilities
  • Self-Direction

Physical Skills students will develop:

The activities the students cover will:

  • Develop Fundamental Movement Skills
  • Focus on development of physical literacy
  • Develop Tactics and Strategies
  • Develop technique and performance
  • Focus on Intellectual and Physical Development 

Activities will include team sports. Striking and fielding, physical activity/fitness, dance, problem solving/team building, athletics

Year 9

‘Learning to Lead’

Students will be challenged to develop their leadership skills, understanding, and gaining knowledge of how to lead others effectively. 

Students will develop ‘21st century skills’ throughout all key stages.


What students will cover:

Practical Topics – All year 9 students will pick a pathway that best suits their interests in PE, each pathway will still cover all areas of the PE national curriculum:

- Performance:
Activities including Athletics, Badminton, Fitness, Dance, OAA, Tennis, Rounders, Cricket, Netball, Football, Rugby, Basketball
- Participation
Activities as above but participation focus rather than ‘performance’
- Movement/Fitness
Activities as above with reduced games-based activities and introduction of trampolining, leadership and fitness to music

Attribute focus:

Students will develop their knowledge and understanding of the following three key attributes:

  • Integrity
  • Leadership
  • Collaboration (effective teams)

All year 9 Students will:

  1. Understand the meaning of each attribute and the attribute related skills
  2. Demonstrate and develop attribute related skills across a range of contexts 
  3. Understand how to apply the attribute related skills in school and outside the school gates
  4. Develop leadership skills 

Attribute based skills students will develop:

Under each key attribute, students will cover 6 ‘attribute related skills’, see below:

Integrity:

  • Respect
  • Sportsmanship
  • Responsibility 
  • Honesty
  • Gratitude 
  • Reliability

Leadership:

  • Motivation
  • Goal Setting
  • Planning Activities
  • Leading Activities
  • Delegation
  • Creativity 

Collaboration (effective teams):

  • Shared Goals
  • Roles and Responsibilities
  • Effective Communication
  • Accountability
  • Trust
  • Commitment

Physical Skills students will develop:

The activities the students cover will:

  • Focus on development of physical literacy
  • Develop Tactics and Strategies
  • Develop technique and performance
  • Focus on Intellectual and Physical Development 

Activities will include team sports. Striking and fielding, physical activity/fitness, dance, problem solving/team-building, athletics. Students will get the choice of three pathways to have slight ownership over their PE practical topics. 

Key Stage 4 - Core PE

Year 10

‘Learning to Take Ownership’

Students will be challenged to take ownership during PE. Students will be given opportunity to choose a pathway which will help best engage each individual student. Within each pathway, students use knowledge and tools gained in previous years to lead, organise, officiate, and participate in activities. 

Students will develop ‘21st century skills’ throughout all key stages.

What students will cover:

Practical Topics – Year 10 students will take further ownership over the practical topics they cover, through choosing one of four pathways:

-    Performance 
Activities such as athletics, badminton, BBS Gym/Fitness, OAA, Tennis, Rounders, Cricket, Netball, Football, Rugby and Basketball

-    Participation 
Activities as above but focus on participation rather than performance

-    Sparks
Activities focussing on movement such as Dance, Trampolining, Fitness to Music, BBS Gym. This also includes traditional activities.

-    Fitness
Activities with more a focus on fitness, including activities such as Body Combat, Boxercise, Body Pump, BBS Gym. This also includes traditional activities.

Attribute focus:

Students will develop their knowledge and understanding of the following three key attributes:

  • Responsibility and Citizenship
  • Resilience
  • Leadership

All year 10 students will:

  1. Understand the meaning of each attribute and the attribute related skills
  2. Demonstrate and develop attribute related skills across a range of contexts 
  3. Understand how to apply the attribute related skills in school and outside the school gates
  4. Develop leadership skills 

Skills students will develop:

Under each key attribute, students will cover 6 ‘attribute related skills’, see below:

Collaboration

  • Shared Goals
  • Setting Expectations
  • Leadership Skills
  • Time Management
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Delegation 

Responsibility and Citizenship

  • Values
  • Working together to make improvements
  • Responsibilities within a team
  • Motivating yourself and others
  • Accountability
  • Honesty

Leadership 

  • Motivation
  • Goal Setting
  • Planning Activities
  • Leading Activities
  • Delegation
  • Creativity 

Physical Skills students will develop:

The activities the students cover will:

  • Challenge students to develop a variety of tactics and strategies to overcome opponents in team and individual sports
  • Develop their technique and performance in other sports such as dance and fitness
  • Take part in OAA activities
  • Evaluate their performance against previous ones and demonstrate improvement in a range of activities

Year 11

‘Physical activity after school’

Students will use the tools and skills learnt from years 7-10 and apply these to their chosen pathway. A BBS Year 11 PE student should have Integrity, be responsible and be resilient. Students will be supported with strategies to help support them with the pressure of exam year. 

Students will develop ‘21st century skills’ throughout all key stages.

What students will cover:

Practical Topics –Year 11 students will continue the pathway which they chose in year 10 and will keep developing their skills, knowledge and understanding in the activities within their selected pathway: 

  • Participation
  • Performance
  • Fitness
  • Sparks

Attribute Focus - 

Students will develop their knowledge and understanding of the following three key attributes:

  • Integrity
  • Responsibility
  • Resilience (dealing with pressure)

All year 10 students will:

  1. Understand the meaning of each attribute and the attribute related skills
  2. Demonstrate and develop attribute related skills across a range of contexts 
  3. Understand how to apply the attribute related skills in school and outside the school gates

Skills students will develop:

Under each key attribute, students will cover 6 ‘attribute related skills’, see below:

Integrity

  • Respect
  • Sportsmanship
  • Responsibility
  • Gratitude
  • Reliability

Responsibility

  • Self-Control
  • Honesty
  • Accountability
  • Motivation
  • Roles and Responsibilities
  • Self-Direction

Resilience (dealing with pressure)

  • Managing Pressure
  • Remaining Positive
  • A Growth Mindset
  • Embracing Failure
  • Marginal Gains
  • Persistence 

Physical Skills students will develop:

The activities the students cover will:

  • Challenge students to develop a variety of tactics and strategies to overcome opponents in team and individual sports
  • Develop their technique and performance in other sports such as dance and fitness
  • Take part in OAA activities
  • Evaluate their performance against previous ones and demonstrate improvement in a range of activities
Key stage 4 – Cambridge Nationals Sports Studies

Year 10: 

The Cambridge National Sports Studies is made up of three units:

Two coursework based internally assessed units in Year 10:

  1. Performance and Leadership in Sport (40% of overall grade)
  2. Increasing the awareness of outdoor and adventurous activities (20% of overall grade)

What students will cover:

Two internally assessed units:

1.    Performance and leadership in sports activities 

Students will have chance to develop their knowledge, skills, and application of tactics in two selected sports. Students will then be assessed on their performance. Students will develop their knowledge of the rules and regulations of selected sports.

Students will be given the opportunity to pick the two sports they are most competent in. These sports must be off the OCR approved activity lists. If a student does not have a selected sport, they will be assessed in Basketball and Badminton.

ALL students will work through a block of both Basketball and Badminton. 

2.    Increasing Awareness of Outdoor and Adventurous Activities

Students will learn about the provision of outdoor and adventurous activities both locally, regionally, and nationally. They will learn how to plan and take part in selected OAA activities and will be assessed on their participation and evaluation of OAA activities. 

Performance and Leadership in Sport (40% of overall grade):

Performance:

  • Performance is assessed in two selected activities
  • Performance of skills and techniques
  • Appropriate use of tactics, strategies, compositional ideas and use of creativity in performance
  • Decision making during performance
  • Evaluating and analysing performance

Performance will be assessed using three marking bands (example below):

  • MB1 - Ability to maintain performance is inconsistent
  • MB2 - Ability to maintain performance with some consistency.
  • MB3 - Ability to maintain performance is consistent and confident

Leadership:

  • Organisation and planning of sports activity sessions
  • Delivery of sports activity sessions
  • Reviewing delivery of sports activity sessions 

Leadership will be assessed using three marking bands (example below):

  • MB1 – Follows a plan showing limited flexibility, demonstrates a limited range of leadership skills
  • MB2 – Follows a plan and shows sound ability to be flexible and adapt. Demonstrates a range of relevant leadership skills
  • MB3 – Follows a plan and can adapt it confidently and independently, confidently demonstrates a wide range of well developed, relevant leadership skills.

Increasing awareness of Outdoor and Adventurous Activities – (20% of overall grade)

Research Skills/Critical Thinking OAA activities:

  • Types of equipment used
  • Technology used to enhance participation 
  • Types of terrain and environment

Planning and taking part in OAA activities (Participation):

  • Planning an OAA activity
  • Taking part in two OAA activities
  • Evaluation of participation in OAA activities

This OAA Unit will be assessed using marking bands progressing from MB1, MB2 to MB3. 

Year 11: 

One externally assessed examination unit in Year 11:

Contemporary issues in sport (40% of overall grade)

Externally assessed Unit (examination) - Contemporary Issues in Sport

Content covered:

Students will cover a wide range of topics related to Contemporary Issues in Sport:

  • User groups in Sport
  • Possible Barriers to participation
  • Solutions to barriers
  • Factors that impact the popularity of sport in the UK
  • Emerging Sports in the UK
  • Sports Values
  • Olympic and Paralympic Values
  • Sporting Values and campaigns
  • The importance of etiquette AND sporting behaviour
  • The use of performance enhancing drugs 
  • The implications of hosting a major sporting event for a city or country


Contemporary Issues in Sport (40% of overall grade)

Skills learnt:

  • Extended writing
  • Research Skills
  • Critical Thinking
  • Video Analysis
  • Collaboration and Problem Solving
  • Recall, select and apply knowledge and understanding, using practical sporting examples


How this knowledge will be assessed:

External Examination:

Section A – 30 marks - This will have 30 marks in total, made up of MCQ and a few short to medium response questions. 

Section B and C - 40 marks 

This will have context-based questions. Students will be presented with a short scenario and will apply their knowledge of sport concepts to produce relevant responses.

  • It will include short/medium answer questions, extended response analysis and evaluation questions.
  • all topic areas and its teaching content may be assessed either as knowledge, understanding or as applied practical examples across a range of sporting activities.
Key stage 4 – GCSE PE
Year 10

Component 1 (36%):

  • Body Systems
  • Effects of Exercise
  • Injuries, warm-ups, cool-downs
  • Performance Enhancing Drugs (PEDs)
  • Methods of training, principles of training, components of fitness

Component 2 (24%):

  • Physical, Emotional & Social Health (PESH)
  • Nutrition & Diet
  • Classifications of skills
  • Types of Practice/Guidance/Feedback

Personal Exercise Plan (Coursework, 10%):

  • Plan and take part in a 6-week training programme specific to their chosen sport. 

Practical Sports (3 sports, 30%)

  • Assessed in 3 chosen sports, based on skills and competitive performance. 

Must be at least one team and one individual sport, and the 3rd can be 
either team or individual.

General skills learned throughout the course:

  • Extended writing
  • Structuring answers
  • Flipped learning
  • Research tasks
  • Critical thinking and evaluating
  • Independent learning
  • Analytical skills
  • Decision making and working under pressure

Component 1:

  • Assessed via exam worth 36% of overall grade. 
  • AO1 – knowledge & understanding.
  • AO2 – application of knowledge, linking to question.
  • AO3 – evaluation/analysis of topic in question. 

Component 2:

  • Assessed via exam worth 24% of overall grade.
  • AO1 – knowledge & understanding.
  • AO2 – application of knowledge, linking to question.
  • AO3 – evaluation/analysis of topic in question. 
Year 11

Personal Exercise Plan (Coursework, 10%):

  • Plan and take part in a 6-week training programme specific to their chosen sport. 

Component 1 (36%):

  • Body Systems
  • Effects of Exercise
  • Injuries, warm-ups, cool-downs
  • Performance Enhancing Drugs (PEDs)
  • Methods of training, principles of training, components of fitness

Component 2 (24%):

  • Physical, Emotional & Social Health (PESH)
  • Nutrition & Diet
  • Classifications of skills
  • Types of Practice/Guidance/Feedback

Practical Sports (3 sports, 30%)

  • Assessed in 3 chosen sports, based on skills and competitive performance. 

Must be at least one team and one individual sport, and the 3rd can be 
either team or individual.

Component 4 (PEP Coursework):

  • Internally assessed by teacher with sample assessed by moderator, worth 10% of overall grade. 

Five sections of the coursework each marked out of 20, then an average grade for the overall piece given at the end.


Re-teach any topics that need further clarification/recovering in preparation for exams.

  • Students to confirm their 3 sports used for practical element of the course. 
  • Rock climbing trip for all students to use as evidence and an individual sport. 
Key Stage 4 – BTEC Sport
 

Students will cover two internally assessed units in Year 11 – 

  1. Unit 5: The Sports Performer in Action
  2. Unit 3: Applying the Principles of Personal Training 

Unit 5: 

  • know about the short-term responses and long-term adaptations of the body systems to exercise
  • know about the different energy systems used during sports performance

Unit 3:

  • Design a personal fitness training programme 
  • know about the musculoskeletal system and cardiorespiratory system and the effects on the body during fitness training  
  • implement a self-designed personal fitness training programme to achieve own goals and objectives 
  • review a personal fitness training programme.

Unit 5: The Sports Performer in Action

Skills Developed:

  • Independent Learning
  • Research Skills
  • Extended Writing 
  • Collaboration 
  • Performance Analysis
  • Handling and Analysing Data

How this is assessed (example below)

Level 2 Pass – Describe ways in which the musculoskeletal system responds to short-term exercise

Level 2 Merit – Explain responses of the musculoskeletal system to short term exercise 

Level 2 Distinction – Compare and contrast how the musculoskeletal and the cardiorespiratory systems respond and adapt to exercise

Unit 3: Applying the Principles of Personal Training 

Skills Developed:

  • Independent Learning
  • Research Skills
  • Extended Writing 
  • Collaboration 
  • Ability in performing fitness-based sessions
  • Analysis of performance 
  • Evaluation Skills

How this is assessed (example below)

Level 2 pass – Students independently design a  safe six-week personal fitness training programme to meet an activity/sport goal taking into consideration personal information

Level 2 Merit -  Design a safe six-week personal fitness training programme to meet an activity/sport goal which meets the needs of the individual, showing creativity in the design.

Level 2 Distinction -  2A.D1 Justify the training programme design, explaining links to personal information. 


For more information regarding the Physical Education Curriculum please contact the Head of Department via our contact form

Core PE - Our vision is “inspiring a lifelong healthy, active lifestyle”. 

 

Curriculum Plan – Core PE: Year 7

 

 

Intent

 

The department will continually strive to deliver a curriculum that has real purpose and relevance to the students.

 

The curriculum aims to place student’s wellbeing and personal achievement at the centre of their education. The curriculum should help ensure that students have a healthy relationship with physical activity and are inspired to have a lifetime habit of participation. We endeavour for all students to be truly switched on by Physical Education (PE) and to put student’s enjoyment and whole-school outcomes at the heart of PE and school sport. The intent will be regularly reviewed to ensure that thorough and consistent rational underpin it. The curriculum aims to develop the whole student as part of holistic personal development. Developing Physical Literacy sits at the heart of what we strive for, which is defined as "the motivation, confidence, physicalcompetence, knowledge, and understanding to value andtake responsibility for engagement in physical activities for life”.  

 

The key intent of the curriculum is to develop key attributes. By doing so, students should understand the value of leading a healthy active lifestyle and be inspired to do so for the rest of their life. Learning will be focused on instilling knowledge of how to keep socially, emotionally, and physically healthy. The development of these attribute additionally supports the building or character and helps to embed values such as fairness and respect.To develop key attributes that prepare students for life through Physical Education.   

 

 

 

 

 

Year 7

Subject Content

Homework and Assessments

Subject Skills and 21st Century Soft Skills

 

Year 7 Core PE – Students will be taught a wide range of activities that meet the KS3 PE national curriculum. The order of activities will vary for each individual group due to availability of facilities. All KS3 lessons will have a skill focus and an attribute focus. The year 7 PE curriculum is based around ‘personal development’ focussing on the attributes we feel year 7 students need to develop to successfully transition from year 6 to year 7.

 

Attributes – Resilience, Communication, Collaboration.

 

 

Badminton

Lesson 1

Skill focus - Contact with the shuttle

 

Attribute focus – Resilience

 

  • Prior assessment of skills and knowledge in net/wall activities
  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Growth mindset – showing confidence when learning to improve skills and techniques in Badminton.

 

Collaboration – working with partners to feedback and in doubles play.

Lesson 2

Skill focus - Forehand and backhand grips

 

Attribute focus – Resilience

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Growth mindset – showing confidence when learning to improve skills and techniques in Badminton.

 

Collaboration – working with partners to feedback and in doubles play.

Lesson 3

Skill focus - Low serves – forehand and backhand

 

Attribute focus – Resilience

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Growth mindset – showing confidence when learning to improve skills and techniques in Badminton.

 

Collaboration – working with partners to feedback and in doubles play.

Lesson 4

Skill focus - Movement around the court

 

Attribute focus – Resilience

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Growth mindset – showing confidence when learning to improve skills and techniques in Badminton.

 

Collaboration – working with partners to feedback and in doubles play.

Lesson 5

Skill focus - Achieving a successful rally

 

Attribute focus – Resilience

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Growth mindset – showing confidence when learning to improve skills and techniques in Badminton.

 

Collaboration – working with partners to feedback and in doubles play.

Lesson 6

Skill focus - Games based practice – rules and regulations

 

Attribute focus – Resilience

 

  • Feedback to students after activity 1.
  • What students are good at and next steps

Growth mindset – showing confidence when learning to improve skills and techniques in Badminton.

 

Collaboration – working with partners to feedback and in doubles play.

Health and Fitness

Lesson 1

Muscular System

 

Attribute focus – Resilience

 

  • Prior assessment of skills and knowledge in health and fitness activities
  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Creativity – designing fitness/health based activities in groups

 

Communication – look to interact with others to help them develop technique in fitness based activities

Lesson 2

Cardiorespiratory System

 

Attribute focus – Resilience

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Creativity – designing fitness/health based activities in groups

 

Communication – look to interact with others to help them develop technique in fitness based activities

Lesson 3

Sedentary Lifestyles

 

Attribute focus – Resilience

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Creativity – designing fitness/health based activities in groups

 

Communication – look to interact with others to help them develop technique in fitness based activities

Lesson 4

Physical Health

 

Attribute focus – Resilience

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Creativity – designing fitness/health based activities in groups

 

Communication – look to interact with others to help them develop technique in fitness based activities

Lesson 5

Emotional Health

 

Attribute focus – Resilience

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Creativity – designing fitness/health based activities in groups

 

Communication – look to interact with others to help them develop technique in fitness based activities

Lesson 6

Social Health

 

Attribute focus – Resilience

 

 

  • Feedback to students after activity 1.

What students are good at and next steps

Creativity – designing fitness/health based activities in groups

 

Communication – look to interact with others to help them develop technique in fitness based activities

Football

Lesson 1

Skill focus – Ball Mastery

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Prior assessment of skills and knowledge in health and invasion games
  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Collaboration – team based activities, work together effectively in teams to overcome adversity and achieve success

Lesson 2

Skill focus – Dribbling

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Collaboration – team based activities, work together effectively in teams to overcome adversity and achieve success

Lesson 3

Skill focus – Turning

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Collaboration – team based activities, work together effectively in teams to overcome adversity and achieve success

Lesson 4

Skill focus – Short passing

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Collaboration – team based activities, work together effectively in teams to overcome adversity and achieve success

Lesson 5

Skill focus – Shooting

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Collaboration – team based activities, work together effectively in teams to overcome adversity and achieve success

Lesson 6

Skill focus – Games based learning

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Feedback to students after activity 1.

What students are good at and next steps

Collaboration – team based activities, work together effectively in teams to overcome adversity and achieve success

Trampolining

Lesson 1

Skill focus – Safety and spotting

 

Attribute focus – Communication

 

  • Prior assessment of skills and knowledge in health and aesthetic activities
  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Creativity – Creativity in routines and group based work.

 

Collaboration – working together to identify and create routines.

Lesson 2

Skill focus – Basic shapes and turns

 

Attribute focus – Communication

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Creativity – Creativity in routines and group based work.

 

Collaboration – working together to identify and create routines.

Lesson 3

Skill focus – Seat drops/swivel hips

 

Attribute focus – Communication

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Creativity – Creativity in routines and group based work.

 

Collaboration – working together to identify and create routines.

Lesson 4

Skill focus – Front drops

 

Attribute focus – Communication

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Creativity – Creativity in routines and group based work.

 

Collaboration – working together to identify and create routines.

Lesson 5

Skill focus – Back Drops

 

Attribute focus – Communication

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Creativity – Creativity in routines and group based work.

 

Collaboration – working together to identify and create routines.

Lesson 6

Skill focus – Routines

 

Attribute focus – Communication

 

  • Feedback to students after activity 1.

What students are good at and next steps

Creativity – Creativity in routines and group based work.

 

Collaboration – working together to identify and create routines.

Netball

Lesson 1

Skill focus – Throwing and Catching

 

Attribute focus – Communication

 

  • Prior assessment of skills and knowledge in health andi invasion games
  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Collaboration – team based activities, work together effectively in teams to overcome adversity and achieve success

Lesson 2

Skill focus – Footwork

 

Attribute focus – Communication

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Collaboration – team based activities, work together effectively in teams to overcome adversity and achieve success

Lesson 3

Skill focus – Dodging

 

Attribute focus – Communication

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Collaboration – team based activities, work together effectively in teams to overcome adversity and achieve success

Lesson 4

Skill focus – Short Passing

 

Attribute focus – Communication

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Collaboration – team based activities, work together effectively in teams to overcome adversity and achieve success

Lesson 5

Skill focus – Rules/dodging in a game

 

Attribute focus – Communication

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Collaboration – team based activities, work together effectively in teams to overcome adversity and achieve success

Lesson 6

Skill focus – Games based learning and rules of the game

 

Attribute focus – Communication

 

  • Feedback to students after activity 1.

What students are good at and next steps

Collaboration – team based activities, work together effectively in teams to overcome adversity and achieve success

Rugby

Lesson 1

Skill focus – Passing

 

Attribute focus – Resilience

 

  • Prior assessment of skills and knowledge in health andi invasion games
  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Collaboration – team based activities, work together effectively in teams to overcome adversity and achieve success

Lesson 2

Skill focus – Passing under pressure

 

Attribute focus – Resilience

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Collaboration – team based activities, work together effectively in teams to overcome adversity and achieve success

Lesson 3

Skill focus – Tackling

 

Attribute focus – Resilience

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Collaboration – team based activities, work together effectively in teams to overcome adversity and achieve success

Lesson 4

Skill focus – Tackling

 

Attribute focus – Resilience

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Collaboration – team based activities, work together effectively in teams to overcome adversity and achieve success

Lesson 5

Skill focus – Rucking

 

Attribute focus – Resilience

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Collaboration – team based activities, work together effectively in teams to overcome adversity and achieve success

Lesson 6

Skill focus – 3 man scrum

 

Attribute focus – Resilience

 

  • Feedback to students after activity 1.

What students are good at and next steps

Collaboration – team based activities, work together effectively in teams to overcome adversity and achieve success

Dance

Lesson 1

Skill focus – 5 Actions and Addition - Hairspray

 

Attribute focus – Resilience

 

  • Prior assessment of skills and knowledge in dance
  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Creativity – Creativity in routines and group based work.

 

Collaboration – working together to identify and create routines.

Lesson 2

Skill focus – Order and Travel – Night fever

 

Attribute focus – Resilience

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Creativity – Creativity in routines and group based work.

 

Collaboration – working together to identify and create routines.

Lesson 3

Skill focus – Space - Fame

 

Attribute focus – Resilience

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Creativity – Creativity in routines and group based work.

 

Collaboration – working together to identify and create routines.

Lesson 4

Skill focus – Dynamics – Austin Powers

 

Attribute focus – Resilience

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Creativity – Creativity in routines and group based work.

 

Collaboration – working together to identify and create routines.

Lesson 5

Skill focus – Varying RADS, formations choice

 

Attribute focus – Resilience

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Creativity – Creativity in routines and group based work.

 

Collaboration – working together to identify and create routines.

Lesson 6

Skill focus – Expressive skills - choice

 

Attribute focus – Resilience

 

  • Feedback to students after activity 1.

What students are good at and next steps

 

Creativity – Creativity in routines and group based work.

 

Collaboration – working together to identify and create routines.

Tennis

Lesson 1

Skill focus – Grip and Ready Position

 

Attribute focus – Resilience

 

  • Prior assessment of skills and knowledge in net/wall games
  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Creativity – finding different ways to play shots in Tennis

 

Collaboration – Peer assessment of performance to support

Lesson 2

Skill focus – Forehand shots

 

Attribute focus – Resilience

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Creativity – finding different ways to play shots in Tennis

 

Collaboration – Peer assessment of performance to support

Lesson 3

Skill focus – Forehand shots

 

Attribute focus – Resilience

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Creativity – finding different ways to play shots in Tennis

 

Collaboration – Peer assessment of performance to support

Lesson 4

Skill focus – Backhand shots

 

Attribute focus – Resilience

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Creativity – finding different ways to play shots in Tennis

 

Collaboration – Peer assessment of performance to support

Lesson 5

Skill focus – Serving.

 

Attribute focus – Resilience

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Creativity – finding different ways to play shots in Tennis

 

Collaboration – Peer assessment of performance to support

Lesson 6

Skill focus – Scoring and game play

 

Attribute focus – Resilience

 

  • Feedback to students after activity 1.

What students are good at and next steps

Creativity – finding different ways to play shots in Tennis

 

Collaboration – Peer assessment of performance to support

Cricket

Lesson 1

Skill focus – Fielding, Run outs.

 

Attribute focus – Communication

 

  • Prior assessment of skills and knowledge in striking and fielding games
  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Critical thinking – thinking tactically and making decisions about fielding placements and batting tactics.

Lesson 2

Skill focus – High/Low catches

 

Attribute focus – Communication

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Critical thinking – thinking tactically and making decisions about fielding placements and batting tactics.

Lesson 3

Skill focus – Cover/On Drive (vertical bat)

 

Attribute focus – Communication

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Critical thinking – thinking tactically and making decisions about fielding placements and batting tactics.

Lesson 4

Skill focus – Cut/Pull (Horizontal Bat)

 

Attribute focus – Communication

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Critical thinking – thinking tactically and making decisions about fielding placements and batting tactics.

Lesson 5

Skill focus – Overarm throwing

 

Attribute focus – Communication

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Critical thinking – thinking tactically and making decisions about fielding placements and batting tactics.

Lesson 6

 

  • Feedback to students after activity 1.

What students are good at and next steps

 

 

 

Critical thinking – thinking tactically and making decisions about fielding placements and batting tactics.

Rounders

Lesson 1

Skill focus – Ball familiarisation, catching and the rules surrounding catching

 

Attribute focus – Communication

 

  • Prior assessment of skills and knowledge in striking and fielding games
  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Critical thinking – thinking tactically and making decisions about fielding placements and batting tactics.

Lesson 2

Skill focus – Overarm throwing

 

Attribute focus – Communication

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Critical thinking – thinking tactically and making decisions about fielding placements and batting tactics.

Lesson 3

Skill focus – Long barrier technique

 

Attribute focus – Communication

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Critical thinking – thinking tactically and making decisions about fielding placements and batting tactics.

Lesson 4

Skill focus – Bowling and the rules surrounding bowling

 

Attribute focus – Communication

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Critical thinking – thinking tactically and making decisions about fielding placements and batting tactics.

Lesson 5

Skill focus – Batting and the rules surrounding batting

 

Attribute focus – Communication

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Critical thinking – thinking tactically and making decisions about fielding placements and batting tactics.

Lesson 6

Skill focus – Fielding a chased ball, full rules

 

Attribute focus – Communication

 

  • Feedback to students after activity 1.

What students are good at and next steps

 

 

 

Critical thinking – thinking tactically and making decisions about fielding placements and batting tactics.

Athletics

Lesson 1

Skill focus – Running technique – Sprints 

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Prior assessment of skills and knowledge in Athletics activities
  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Collaboration – Working together to run and compete in athletics events including measuring and recording data

 

Critical thinking – Analysing data related to comparing performance

Lesson 2

Skill focus – Relay 

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Collaboration – Working together to run and compete in athletics events including measuring and recording data

 

Critical thinking – Analysing data related to comparing performance

Lesson 3

Skill focus – Pacing (middle distance running)

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Collaboration – Working together to run and compete in athletics events including measuring and recording data

 

Critical thinking – Analysing data related to comparing performance

Lesson 4

Skill focus –Long jump.

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Collaboration – Working together to run and compete in athletics events including measuring and recording data

 

Critical thinking – Analysing data related to comparing performance

Lesson 5

Skill focus – High jump  

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Collaboration – Working together to run and compete in athletics events including measuring and recording data

 

Critical thinking – Analysing data related to comparing performance

Lesson 6

Skill focus – Javelin

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Collaboration – Working together to run and compete in athletics events including measuring and recording data

 

Critical thinking – Analysing data related to comparing performance

Lesson 7

Skill focus – Discus  

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Collaboration – Working together to run and compete in athletics events including measuring and recording data

 

Critical thinking – Analysing data related to comparing performance

Lesson 8

Skill focus – Shot put

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Feedback to students after activity 1.

What students are good at and next steps

Collaboration – Working together to run and compete in athletics events including measuring and recording data

 

Critical thinking – Analysing data related to comparing performance

Core PE - Our vision is “inspiring a lifelong healthy, active lifestyle”. 

 

Curriculum Plan – Core PE: Year 8

 

 

Intent

 

The department will continually strive to deliver a curriculum that has real purpose and relevance to the students.

 

The curriculum aims to place student’s wellbeing and personal achievement at the centre of their education. The curriculum should help ensure that students have a healthy relationship with physical activity and are inspired to have a lifetime habit of participation. We endeavour for all students to be truly switched on by Physical Education (PE) and to put student’s enjoyment and whole-school outcomes at the heart of PE and school sport. The intent will be regularly reviewed to ensure that thorough and consistent rational underpin it. The curriculum aims to develop the whole student as part of holistic personal development. Developing Physical Literacy sits at the heart of what we strive for, which is defined as "the motivation, confidence, physicalcompetence, knowledge, and understanding to value andtake responsibility for engagement in physical activities for life”.  

 

The key intent of the curriculum is to develop key attributes. By doing so, students should understand the value of leading a healthy active lifestyle and be inspired to do so for the rest of their life. Learning will be focused on instilling knowledge of how to keep socially, emotionally, and physically healthy. The development of these attribute additionally supports the building or character and helps to embed values such as fairness and respect.To develop key attributes that prepare students for life through Physical Education.   

 

 

 

 

 

Year 7

Subject Content

Homework and Assessments

Subject Skills and 21st Century Soft Skills

 

Year 8 Core PE – Students will be taught a wide range of activities that meet the KS3 PE national curriculum. The order of activities will vary for each individual group due to availability of facilities. All KS3 lessons will have a skill focus and an attribute focus. The year 8 PE curriculum is based around ‘Learning to Collaborate’, focussing on the skills needed to work together effectively.  

 

Attributes – Confidence, Responsibility, Collaboration .

 

 

Badminton

Lesson 1

Skill focus – Recap of grips and serves

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Prior assessment of skills and knowledge in net/wall activities
  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute
  • Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Growth mindset – showing confidence when learning to improve skills and techniques in Badminton.

 

Collaboration – working with partners to feedback and in doubles play.

Lesson 2

Skill focus – Net shots, forehand and backhand

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute
  • Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Growth mindset – showing confidence when learning to improve skills and techniques in Badminton.

 

Collaboration – working with partners to feedback and in doubles play.

Lesson 3

Skill focus – Forehand lift

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute
  • Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Growth mindset – showing confidence when learning to improve skills and techniques in Badminton.

 

Collaboration – working with partners to feedback and in doubles play.

Lesson 4

Skill focus – Backhand lift

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute
  • Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Growth mindset – showing confidence when learning to improve skills and techniques in Badminton.

 

Collaboration – working with partners to feedback and in doubles play.

Lesson 5

Skill focus – Overhead clear

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute
  • Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Growth mindset – showing confidence when learning to improve skills and techniques in Badminton.

 

Collaboration – working with partners to feedback and in doubles play.

Lesson 6

Skill focus - Games based practice – rules and regulations

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

 

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute. Feedback to learners

Growth mindset – showing confidence when learning to improve skills and techniques in Badminton.

 

Collaboration – working with partners to feedback and in doubles play.

Health and Fitness

Lesson 1

Preparing body for exercise 

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Prior assessment of skills and knowledge in health/fitness activities
  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Creativity – designing fitness/health based activities in groups

 

Communication – look to interact with others to help them develop technique in fitness based activities

Lesson 2

Exercise habits and diet

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Creativity – designing fitness/health based activities in groups

 

Communication – look to interact with others to help them develop technique in fitness based activities

Lesson 3

Cardiorespiratory system

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Creativity – designing fitness/health based activities in groups

 

Communication – look to interact with others to help them develop technique in fitness based activities

Lesson 4

Hormones and exercise

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Creativity – designing fitness/health based activities in groups

 

Communication – look to interact with others to help them develop technique in fitness based activities

Lesson 5

Components of fitness

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Creativity – designing fitness/health based activities in groups

 

Communication – look to interact with others to help them develop technique in fitness based activities

Lesson 6

Emotional Health

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute. Feedback to learners

Creativity – designing fitness/health based activities in groups

 

Communication – look to interact with others to help them develop technique in fitness based activities

Football

Lesson 1

Skill focus – Dribbling to beat an opponent

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Prior assessment of skills and knowledge in invasion games
  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Collaboration – team based activities, work together effectively in teams to overcome adversity and achieve success

Lesson 2

Skill focus – Medium/long passing

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Collaboration – team based activities, work together effectively in teams to overcome adversity and achieve success

Lesson 3

Skill focus – Receiving to turn

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Collaboration – team based activities, work together effectively in teams to overcome adversity and achieve success

Lesson 4

Skill focus – Defending in small groups

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Collaboration – team based activities, work together effectively in teams to overcome adversity and achieve success

Lesson 5

Skill focus – Aerial control

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Collaboration – team based activities, work together effectively in teams to overcome adversity and achieve success

Lesson 6

Skill focus – Games based learning

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute. Feedback to learners

Collaboration – team based activities, work together effectively in teams to overcome adversity and achieve success

Trampolining

Lesson 1

Skill focus – Safety and spotting recap of responsibilities

 

Attribute focus – Responsibility

 

  • Prior assessment of skills and knowledge in Aesthetic activities
  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Creativity – Creativity in routines and group based work.

 

Collaboration – working together to identify and create routines.

Lesson 2

Skill focus – Recap of previous skills

 

Attribute focus – Responsibility

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Creativity – Creativity in routines and group based work.

 

Collaboration – working together to identify and create routines.

Lesson 3

Skill focus – Twist, turns and seat drops.

 

Attribute focus – Responsibility

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Creativity – Creativity in routines and group based work.

 

Collaboration – working together to identify and create routines.

Lesson 4

Skill focus – Giving effective feedback 

 

Attribute focus – Responsibility

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Creativity – Creativity in routines and group based work.

 

Collaboration – working together to identify and create routines.

Lesson 5

Skill focus – Routines

 

Attribute focus – Responsibility

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Creativity – Creativity in routines and group based work.

 

Collaboration – working together to identify and create routines.

Lesson 6

Skill focus – Peer assessment and feedback on routines

 

Attribute focus – Responsibility

Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute. Feedback to learners

Creativity – Creativity in routines and group based work.

 

Collaboration – working together to identify and create routines.

Netball

Lesson 1

Skill focus – Recap of throws/catches and rules

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Prior assessment of skills and knowledge in invasion games
  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Collaboration – team based activities, work together effectively in teams to overcome adversity and achieve success

Lesson 2

Skill focus – Footwork

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Collaboration – team based activities, work together effectively in teams to overcome adversity and achieve success

Lesson 3

Skill focus – Dodging

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Collaboration – team based activities, work together effectively in teams to overcome adversity and achieve success

Lesson 4

Skill focus – Shooting technique 

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Collaboration – team based activities, work together effectively in teams to overcome adversity and achieve success

Lesson 5

Skill focus – Ball placement

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Collaboration – team based activities, work together effectively in teams to overcome adversity and achieve success

Lesson 6

Skill focus – Games based learning and rules of the game

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute. Feedback to learners

 

 

 

Collaboration – team based activities, work together effectively in teams to overcome adversity and achieve success

Rugby

Lesson 1

Skill focus – Passing

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Prior assessment of skills and knowledge in invasion games
  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Collaboration – team based activities, work together effectively in teams to overcome adversity and achieve success

Lesson 2

Skill focus – Passing under pressure

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Collaboration – team based activities, work together effectively in teams to overcome adversity and achieve success

Lesson 3

Skill focus – Tackling

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Collaboration – team based activities, work together effectively in teams to overcome adversity and achieve success

Lesson 4

Skill focus – Chop tackle

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Collaboration – team based activities, work together effectively in teams to overcome adversity and achieve success

Lesson 5

Skill focus – Rucking

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

 

Collaboration – team based activities, work together effectively in teams to overcome adversity and achieve success

Lesson 6

Skill focus – Kicking

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute. Feedback to learners

 

 

 

Collaboration – team based activities, work together effectively in teams to overcome adversity and achieve success

Dance

Lesson 1

Skill focus – Dynamics - Hamilton

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Prior assessment of skills and knowledge in Aesthetic activities
  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Creativity – Creativity in routines and group based work.

 

Collaboration – working together to identify and create routines.

Lesson 2

Skill focus – Unison – School of Rock

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

 

Creativity – Creativity in routines and group based work.

 

Collaboration – working together to identify and create routines.

Lesson 3

Skill focus – Random – Six

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

 

Creativity – Creativity in routines and group based work.

 

Collaboration – working together to identify and create routines.

Lesson 4

Skill focus – Canon – Matilda

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Creativity – Creativity in routines and group based work.

 

Collaboration – working together to identify and create routines.

Lesson 5

Skill focus – Dear Evan – Trust

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Creativity – Creativity in routines and group based work.

 

Collaboration – working together to identify and create routines.

Lesson 6

Skill focus – Using a prop – Mary Poppins

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute. Feedback to learners

Creativity – Creativity in routines and group based work.

 

Collaboration – working together to identify and create routines.

Tennis

Lesson 1

Skill focus – Forehand recap

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Prior assessment of skills and knowledge in Aesthetic activities
  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Creativity – finding different ways to play shots in Tennis

 

Collaboration – Peer assessment of performance to support

Lesson 2

Skill focus – Forehand top spin

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

 

Creativity – finding different ways to play shots in Tennis

 

Collaboration – Peer assessment of performance to support

Lesson 3

Skill focus – Backhand recap

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

 

Creativity – finding different ways to play shots in Tennis

 

Collaboration – Peer assessment of performance to support

Lesson 4

Skill focus – Backhand slice

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

 

Creativity – finding different ways to play shots in Tennis

 

Collaboration – Peer assessment of performance to support

Lesson 5

Skill focus – Backhand 

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

 

Creativity – finding different ways to play shots in Tennis

 

Collaboration – Peer assessment of performance to support

Lesson 6

Skill focus – Forehand top spin

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute. Feedback to learners

Creativity – finding different ways to play shots in Tennis

 

Collaboration – Peer assessment of performance to support

Cricket

Lesson 1

Skill focus – Fielding, Run outs.

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

 

Critical thinking – thinking tactically and making decisions about fielding placements and batting tactics.

Lesson 2

Skill focus – High/Low Catches

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

 

Critical thinking – thinking tactically and making decisions about fielding placements and batting tactics.

Lesson 3

Skill focus – Batting, Cover/On drive (vertical bat)

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

 

Critical thinking – thinking tactically and making decisions about fielding placements and batting tactics.

Lesson 4

Skill focus – Batting, Cut/Pull (horizontal bat)

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Critical thinking – thinking tactically and making decisions about fielding placements and batting tactics.

Lesson 5

Skill focus – Bowling, pace bowling using a run up

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Critical thinking – thinking tactically and making decisions about fielding placements and batting tactics.

Lesson 6

Skill focus – Applying skills to game related practice

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute. Feedback to learners

Critical thinking – thinking tactically and making decisions about fielding placements and batting tactics.

Rounders

Lesson 1

Skill focus – Bowling and different types of bowling

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Prior assessment of skills and knowledge in striking and fielding activities
  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Critical thinking – thinking tactically and making decisions about fielding placements and batting tactics.

Lesson 2

Skill focus – Overarm throwing in competitive situations

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

 

Critical thinking – thinking tactically and making decisions about fielding placements and batting tactics.

Lesson 3

Skill focus – Backstop position and tactics

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

 

Critical thinking – thinking tactically and making decisions about fielding placements and batting tactics.

Lesson 4

Skill focus – Ground fielding

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Critical thinking – thinking tactically and making decisions about fielding placements and batting tactics.

Lesson 5

Skill focus – Post work and tactical development

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Critical thinking – thinking tactically and making decisions about fielding placements and batting tactics.

Lesson 6

Skill focus – Batting placement

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute. Feedback to learners

Critical thinking – thinking tactically and making decisions about fielding placements and batting tactics.

Athletics

Lesson 1

Skill focus – Sprinting (sprint starts)

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Prior assessment of skills and knowledge in Athletics
  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Collaboration – Working together to run and compete in athletics events including measuring and recording data

 

Critical thinking – Analysing data related to comparing performance

Lesson 2

Skill focus – Shot put intermediate.

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

 

Collaboration – Working together to run and compete in athletics events including measuring and recording data

 

Critical thinking – Analysing data related to comparing performance

Lesson 3

Skill focus – Discus intermediate.

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

 

Collaboration – Working together to run and compete in athletics events including measuring and recording data

 

Critical thinking – Analysing data related to comparing performance

Lesson 4

Skill focus – Javelin intermediate.

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Collaboration – Working together to run and compete in athletics events including measuring and recording data

 

Critical thinking – Analysing data related to comparing performance

Lesson 5

Skill focus – Intermediate distances and bend running.

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Collaboration – Working together to run and compete in athletics events including measuring and recording data

 

Critical thinking – Analysing data related to comparing performance

Lesson 6

Skill focus – Triple Jump

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Collaboration – Working together to run and compete in athletics events including measuring and recording data

 

Critical thinking – Analysing data related to comparing performance

Lesson 7

Skill focus – High Jump (scissor technique)

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Collaboration – Working together to run and compete in athletics events including measuring and recording data

 

Critical thinking – Analysing data related to comparing performance

Lesson 8

Skill focus – Middle distance running

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute. Feedback to learners

Collaboration – Working together to run and compete in athletics events including measuring and recording data

 

Critical thinking – Analysing data related to comparing performance

Core PE - Our vision is “inspiring a lifelong healthy, active lifestyle”. 

 

Curriculum Plan – Core PE: Year 9

 

 

Intent

 

The department will continually strive to deliver a curriculum that has real purpose and relevance to the students.

 

The curriculum aims to place student’s wellbeing and personal achievement at the centre of their education. The curriculum should help ensure that students have a healthy relationship with physical activity and are inspired to have a lifetime habit of participation. We endeavour for all students to be truly switched on by Physical Education (PE) and to put student’s enjoyment and whole-school outcomes at the heart of PE and school sport. The intent will be regularly reviewed to ensure that thorough and consistent rational underpin it. The curriculum aims to develop the whole student as part of holistic personal development. Developing Physical Literacy sits at the heart of what we strive for, which is defined as "the motivation, confidence, physicalcompetence, knowledge, and understanding to value andtake responsibility for engagement in physical activities for life”.  

 

The key intent of the curriculum is to develop key attributes. By doing so, students should understand the value of leading a healthy active lifestyle and be inspired to do so for the rest of their life. Learning will be focused on instilling knowledge of how to keep socially, emotionally, and physically healthy. The development of these attribute additionally supports the building or character and helps to embed values such as fairness and respect.To develop key attributes that prepare students for life through Physical Education.   

 

 

 

 

 

Year 9

Subject Content

Homework and Assessments

Subject Skills and 21st Century Soft Skills

 

Year 9 Core PE – Students will be taught a wide range of activities that meet the KS3 PE national curriculum. The order of activities will vary for each individual group due to availability of facilities. All KS3 lessons will have a skill focus and an attribute focus. The year 9 PE curriculum is based around ‘Learning to Lead’, focussing on the skills needed to work together effectively.  

 

Attributes – Leadership, Collaboration, Integrity

 

 

Badminton

Lesson 1

Skill focus – Recap of grips and serves

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Prior assessment of skills and knowledge in net/wall activities
  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute
  • Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Growth mindset – showing confidence when learning to improve skills and techniques in Badminton.

 

Collaboration – working with partners to feedback and in doubles play.

Lesson 2

Skill focus – Net shots, forehand and backhand

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute
  • Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Growth mindset – showing confidence when learning to improve skills and techniques in Badminton.

 

Collaboration – working with partners to feedback and in doubles play.

Lesson 3

Skill focus – Forehand lift

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute
  • Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Growth mindset – showing confidence when learning to improve skills and techniques in Badminton.

 

Collaboration – working with partners to feedback and in doubles play.

Lesson 4

Skill focus – Backhand lift

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute
  • Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Growth mindset – showing confidence when learning to improve skills and techniques in Badminton.

 

Collaboration – working with partners to feedback and in doubles play.

Lesson 5

Skill focus – Overhead clear

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute
  • Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Growth mindset – showing confidence when learning to improve skills and techniques in Badminton.

 

Collaboration – working with partners to feedback and in doubles play.

Lesson 6

Skill focus - Games based practice – rules and regulations

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

 

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute. Feedback to learners

Growth mindset – showing confidence when learning to improve skills and techniques in Badminton.

 

Collaboration – working with partners to feedback and in doubles play.

Health and Fitness

Lesson 1

Preparing body for exercise 

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Prior assessment of skills and knowledge in health/fitness activities
  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Growth mindset – self assessing health and fitness and identifying methods to improve performance.

 

Creativity – showing creativity in design of circuit activities

Lesson 2

Exercise habits and diet

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Growth mindset – self assessing health and fitness and identifying methods to improve performance.

 

Creativity – showing creativity in design of circuit activities

Lesson 3

Cardiorespiratory system

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Growth mindset – self assessing health and fitness and identifying methods to improve performance.

 

Creativity – showing creativity in design of circuit activities

Lesson 4

Hormones and exercise

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Growth mindset – self assessing health and fitness and identifying methods to improve performance.

 

Creativity – showing creativity in design of circuit activities

Lesson 5

Components of fitness

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Growth mindset – self assessing health and fitness and identifying methods to improve performance.

 

Creativity – showing creativity in design of circuit activities

Lesson 6

Emotional Health

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute. Feedback to learners

Growth mindset – self assessing health and fitness and identifying methods to improve performance.

 

Creativity – showing creativity in design of circuit activities

Football

Lesson 1

Skill focus – Dribbling to beat an opponent

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Prior assessment of skills and knowledge in invasion games
  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Communication skills – communicating as part of a team to solve problems, lead warm ups and cool downs

 

Creativity – use of tactics and strategies to outwit opponents.

 

Collaboration – working together in teams and unit groups effectively.

Lesson 2

Skill focus – Medium/long passing

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Communication skills – communicating as part of a team to solve problems, lead warm ups and cool downs

 

Creativity – use of tactics and strategies to outwit opponents.

 

Collaboration – working together in teams and unit groups effectively.

Lesson 3

Skill focus – Receiving to turn

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Communication skills – communicating as part of a team to solve problems, lead warm ups and cool downs

 

Creativity – use of tactics and strategies to outwit opponents.

 

Collaboration – working together in teams and unit groups effectively.

Lesson 4

Skill focus – Defending in small groups

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Communication skills – communicating as part of a team to solve problems, lead warm ups and cool downs

 

Creativity – use of tactics and strategies to outwit opponents.

 

Collaboration – working together in teams and unit groups effectively.

Lesson 5

Skill focus – Aerial control

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Communication skills – communicating as part of a team to solve problems, lead warm ups and cool downs

 

Creativity – use of tactics and strategies to outwit opponents.

 

Collaboration – working together in teams and unit groups effectively.

Lesson 6

Skill focus – Games based learning

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute. Feedback to learners

Communication skills – communicating as part of a team to solve problems, lead warm ups and cool downs

 

Creativity – use of tactics and strategies to outwit opponents.

 

Collaboration – working together in teams and unit groups effectively.

Trampolining

Lesson 1

Skill focus – Safety and spotting recap of responsibilities

 

Attribute focus – Responsibility

 

  • Prior assessment of skills and knowledge in Aesthetic activities
  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Creativity – use of creative movements in routines and performance of aesthetic skills

 

Collaboration - working together to improve routines and perform in syncro.

Lesson 2

Skill focus – Recap of previous skills

 

Attribute focus – Responsibility

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Creativity – use of creative movements in routines and performance of aesthetic skills

 

Collaboration - working together to improve routines and perform in syncro.

Lesson 3

Skill focus – Twist, turns and seat drops.

 

Attribute focus – Responsibility

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Creativity – use of creative movements in routines and performance of aesthetic skills

 

Collaboration - working together to improve routines and perform in syncro.

Lesson 4

Skill focus – Giving effective feedback 

 

Attribute focus – Responsibility

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Creativity – use of creative movements in routines and performance of aesthetic skills

 

Collaboration - working together to improve routines and perform in syncro.

Lesson 5

Skill focus – Routines

 

Attribute focus – Responsibility

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Creativity – use of creative movements in routines and performance of aesthetic skills

 

Collaboration - working together to improve routines and perform in syncro.

Lesson 6

Skill focus – Peer assessment and feedback on routines

 

Attribute focus – Responsibility

Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute. Feedback to learners

Creativity – use of creative movements in routines and performance of aesthetic skills

 

Collaboration - working together to improve routines and perform in syncro.

Netball

Lesson 1

Skill focus – Recap of throws/catches and rules

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Prior assessment of skills and knowledge in invasion games
  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Communication skills – communicating as part of a team to solve problems, lead warm ups and cool downs

 

Creativity – use of tactics and strategies to outwit opponents.

 

Collaboration – working together in teams and unit groups effectively.

Lesson 2

Skill focus – Footwork

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Communication skills – communicating as part of a team to solve problems, lead warm ups and cool downs

 

Creativity – use of tactics and strategies to outwit opponents.

 

Collaboration – working together in teams and unit groups effectively.

Lesson 3

Skill focus – Dodging

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Communication skills – communicating as part of a team to solve problems, lead warm ups and cool downs

 

Creativity – use of tactics and strategies to outwit opponents.

 

Collaboration – working together in teams and unit groups effectively.

Lesson 4

Skill focus – Shooting technique 

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Communication skills – communicating as part of a team to solve problems, lead warm ups and cool downs

 

Creativity – use of tactics and strategies to outwit opponents.

 

Collaboration – working together in teams and unit groups effectively.

Lesson 5

Skill focus – Ball placement

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Communication skills – communicating as part of a team to solve problems, lead warm ups and cool downs

 

Creativity – use of tactics and strategies to outwit opponents.

 

Collaboration – working together in teams and unit groups effectively.

Lesson 6

Skill focus – Games based learning and rules of the game

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute. Feedback to learners

 

 

 

Communication skills – communicating as part of a team to solve problems, lead warm ups and cool downs

 

Creativity – use of tactics and strategies to outwit opponents.

 

Collaboration – working together in teams and unit groups effectively.

Rugby

Lesson 1

Skill focus – Passing

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Prior assessment of skills and knowledge in invasion games
  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Communication skills – communicating as part of a team to solve problems, lead warm ups and cool downs

 

Creativity – use of tactics and strategies to outwit opponents.

 

Collaboration – working together in teams and unit groups effectively.

Lesson 2

Skill focus – Passing under pressure

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Communication skills – communicating as part of a team to solve problems, lead warm ups and cool downs

 

Creativity – use of tactics and strategies to outwit opponents.

 

Collaboration – working together in teams and unit groups effectively.

Lesson 3

Skill focus – Tackling

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Communication skills – communicating as part of a team to solve problems, lead warm ups and cool downs

 

Creativity – use of tactics and strategies to outwit opponents.

 

Collaboration – working together in teams and unit groups effectively.

Lesson 4

Skill focus – Chop tackle

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Communication skills – communicating as part of a team to solve problems, lead warm ups and cool downs

 

Creativity – use of tactics and strategies to outwit opponents.

 

Collaboration – working together in teams and unit groups effectively.

Lesson 5

Skill focus – Rucking

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

 

Communication skills – communicating as part of a team to solve problems, lead warm ups and cool downs

 

Creativity – use of tactics and strategies to outwit opponents.

 

Collaboration – working together in teams and unit groups effectively.

Lesson 6

Skill focus – Kicking

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute. Feedback to learners

 

 

 

Communication skills – communicating as part of a team to solve problems, lead warm ups and cool downs

 

Creativity – use of tactics and strategies to outwit opponents.

 

Collaboration – working together in teams and unit groups effectively.

Dance

Lesson 1

Skill focus – Dynamics - Hamilton

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Prior assessment of skills and knowledge in Aesthetic activities
  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Creativity – use of creative movements in routines and performance of aesthetic skills

 

Collaboration - working together to improve routines and perform in syncro.

Lesson 2

Skill focus – Unison – School of Rock

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

 

Creativity – use of creative movements in routines and performance of aesthetic skills

 

Collaboration - working together to improve routines and perform in syncro.

Lesson 3

Skill focus – Random – Six

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

 

Creativity – use of creative movements in routines and performance of aesthetic skills

 

Collaboration - working together to improve routines and perform in syncro.

Lesson 4

Skill focus – Canon – Matilda

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Creativity – use of creative movements in routines and performance of aesthetic skills

 

Collaboration - working together to improve routines and perform in syncro.

Lesson 5

Skill focus – Dear Evan – Trust

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Creativity – use of creative movements in routines and performance of aesthetic skills

 

Collaboration - working together to improve routines and perform in syncro.

Lesson 6

Skill focus – Using a prop – Mary Poppins

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute. Feedback to learners

Creativity – use of creative movements in routines and performance of aesthetic skills

 

Collaboration - working together to improve routines and perform in syncro.

Tennis

Lesson 1

Skill focus – Groundstrokes (forehand applying topspin)

 

Attribute focus – Integrity

 

  • Prior assessment of skills and knowledge in Net/Wall

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Growth mindset – showing confidence when learning to improve skills and techniques in Tennis

 

Collaboration – working with partners to feedback and in doubles play.

Lesson 2

Skill focus – Groundstrokes (backhand applying topspin)

 

Attribute focus – Integrity

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

 

Growth mindset – showing confidence when learning to improve skills and techniques in Tennis

 

Collaboration – working with partners to feedback and in doubles play.

Lesson 3

Skill focus – Angle Volley and Drop Shots

 

Attribute focus – Integrity

 

                                                  

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

 

Growth mindset – showing confidence when learning to improve skills and techniques in Tennis

 

Collaboration – working with partners to feedback and in doubles play.

Lesson 4

Skill focus – Lob and smash

 

Attribute focus – Integrity

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Growth mindset – showing confidence when learning to improve skills and techniques in Tennis

 

Collaboration – working with partners to feedback and in doubles play.

Lesson 5

Skill focus – Serve (applying spin)

 

Attribute focus – Integrity

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Growth mindset – showing confidence when learning to improve skills and techniques in Tennis

 

Collaboration – working with partners to feedback and in doubles play.

Lesson 6

Skill focus – Tactical match play

 

Attribute focus – Integrity

 

Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute. Feedback to learners

Growth mindset – showing confidence when learning to improve skills and techniques in Tennis

 

Collaboration – working with partners to feedback and in doubles play.

Cricket

Lesson 1

Skill focus – Fielding, Run outs.

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Prior assessment of skills and knowledge in Striking and fielding activities
  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Critical Thinking – showing critical thinking skills to set tactical field placements and tactical batting.

 

Collaboration – working together to explore different ways to win games

Lesson 2

Skill focus – High/Low Catches

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

 

Critical Thinking – showing critical thinking skills to set tactical field placements and tactical batting.

 

Collaboration – working together to explore different ways to win games

Lesson 3

Skill focus – Batting, Cover/On drive (vertical bat)

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

 

Critical Thinking – showing critical thinking skills to set tactical field placements and tactical batting.

 

Collaboration – working together to explore different ways to win games

Lesson 4

Skill focus – Batting, Cut/Pull (horizontal bat)

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Critical Thinking – showing critical thinking skills to set tactical field placements and tactical batting.

 

Collaboration – working together to explore different ways to win games

Lesson 5

Skill focus – Bowling, pace bowling using a run up

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Critical Thinking – showing critical thinking skills to set tactical field placements and tactical batting.

 

Collaboration – working together to explore different ways to win games

Lesson 6

Skill focus – Applying skills to game related practice

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute. Feedback to learners

Critical Thinking – showing critical thinking skills to set tactical field placements and tactical batting.

 

Collaboration – working together to explore different ways to win games

 

 

 

Rounders

Lesson 1

Skill focus – Bowling and different types of bowling

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Prior assessment of skills and knowledge in striking and fielding activities
  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Critical Thinking – showing critical thinking skills to set tactical field placements and tactical batting.

 

Collaboration – working together to explore different ways to win games

Lesson 2

Skill focus – Overarm throwing in competitive situations

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

 

Critical Thinking – showing critical thinking skills to set tactical field placements and tactical batting.

 

Collaboration – working together to explore different ways to win games

Lesson 3

Skill focus – Backstop position and tactics

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

 

Critical Thinking – showing critical thinking skills to set tactical field placements and tactical batting.

 

Collaboration – working together to explore different ways to win games

Lesson 4

Skill focus – Ground fielding

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Critical Thinking – showing critical thinking skills to set tactical field placements and tactical batting.

 

Collaboration – working together to explore different ways to win games

Lesson 5

Skill focus – Post work and tactical development

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Critical Thinking – showing critical thinking skills to set tactical field placements and tactical batting.

 

Collaboration – working together to explore different ways to win games

Lesson 6

Skill focus – Batting placement

 

Attribute focus – Confidence

Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute. Feedback to learners

Critical Thinking – showing critical thinking skills to set tactical field placements and tactical batting.

 

Collaboration – working together to explore different ways to win games

 

 

Athletics

Lesson 1

Skill focus – Sprinting (sprint starts)

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Prior assessment of skills and knowledge in Athletics
  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Collaboration – working together to run, measure, and evaluate each athletics activity.

 

Critical thinking – analysing and reviewing technique and data based on performance

Lesson 2

Skill focus – Shot put intermediate.

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

 

Collaboration – working together to run, measure, and evaluate each athletics activity.

 

Critical thinking – analysing and reviewing technique and data based on performance

Lesson 3

Skill focus – Discus intermediate.

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

 

Collaboration – working together to run, measure, and evaluate each athletics activity.

 

Critical thinking – analysing and reviewing technique and data based on performance

Lesson 4

Skill focus – Javelin intermediate.

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Collaboration – working together to run, measure, and evaluate each athletics activity.

 

Critical thinking – analysing and reviewing technique and data based on performance

Lesson 5

Skill focus – Intermediate distances and bend running.

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Collaboration – working together to run, measure, and evaluate each athletics activity.

 

Critical thinking – analysing and reviewing technique and data based on performance

Lesson 6

Skill focus – Triple Jump

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Collaboration – working together to run, measure, and evaluate each athletics activity.

 

Critical thinking – analysing and reviewing technique and data based on performance

Lesson 7

Skill focus – High Jump (scissor technique)

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Collaboration – working together to run, measure, and evaluate each athletics activity.

 

Critical thinking – analysing and reviewing technique and data based on performance

Lesson 8

Skill focus – Middle distance running

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute. Feedback to learners

Collaboration – working together to run, measure, and evaluate each athletics activity.

 

Critical thinking – analysing and reviewing technique and data based on performance

Core PE - Our vision is “inspiring a lifelong healthy, active lifestyle”. 

 

Curriculum Plan – Core PE: Year 10

 

 

Intent

 

The department will continually strive to deliver a curriculum that has real purpose and relevance to the students.

 

The curriculum aims to place student’s wellbeing and personal achievement at the centre of their education. The curriculum should help ensure that students have a healthy relationship with physical activity and are inspired to have a lifetime habit of participation. We endeavour for all students to be truly switched on by Physical Education (PE) and to put student’s enjoyment and whole-school outcomes at the heart of PE and school sport. The intent will be regularly reviewed to ensure that thorough and consistent rational underpin it. The curriculum aims to develop the whole student as part of holistic personal development. Developing Physical Literacy sits at the heart of what we strive for, which is defined as "the motivation, confidence, physicalcompetence, knowledge, and understanding to value andtake responsibility for engagement in physical activities for life”.  

 

The key intent of the curriculum is to develop key attributes. By doing so, students should understand the value of leading a healthy active lifestyle and be inspired to do so for the rest of their life. Learning will be focused on instilling knowledge of how to keep socially, emotionally, and physically healthy. The development of these attribute additionally supports the building or character and helps to embed values such as fairness and respect.To develop key attributes that prepare students for life through Physical Education.   

 

 

 

 

 

Year 10

Subject Content

Homework and Assessments

Subject Skills and 21st Century Soft Skills

 

Year 10 Core PE – Students will be taught a wide range of activities that meet the KS4 PE national curriculum. The order of activities will vary for each individual group due to availability of facilities. All KS3 lessons will have a skill focus and an attribute focus. The year 9 PE curriculum is based around ‘Learning to take ownership’, focussing on the skills needed to take ownership over their learning and physical activity.

 

Attributes – Responsibility, Leadership, Collaboration

 

 

Badminton

Lesson 1

Skill focus – Singles match play/officiating

 

Attribute focus – Responsibility

 

  • Prior assessment of skills and knowledge in net/wall activities
  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute
  • Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Growth mindset – showing confidence when learning to improve skills and techniques in Badminton.

 

Collaboration – working with partners to feedback and in doubles play.

Lesson 2

Skill focus – Doubles match play/officiating

 

Attribute focus – Responsibility

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute
  • Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Growth mindset – showing confidence when learning to improve skills and techniques in Badminton.

 

Collaboration – working with partners to feedback and in doubles play.

Lesson 3

Skill focus – Adopting officials roles

 

Attribute focus – Responsibility

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute
  • Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Growth mindset – showing confidence when learning to improve skills and techniques in Badminton.

 

Collaboration – working with partners to feedback and in doubles play.

Lesson 4

Skill focus – Leading Badminton skill practices

 

Attribute focus – Responsibility

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute
  • Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Growth mindset – showing confidence when learning to improve skills and techniques in Badminton.

 

Collaboration – working with partners to feedback and in doubles play.

Lesson 5

Skill focus – Leading Badminton Tournaments

 

Attribute focus – Responsibility

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute
  • Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Growth mindset – showing confidence when learning to improve skills and techniques in Badminton.

 

Collaboration – working with partners to feedback and in doubles play.

Lesson 6

Skill focus - Games based practice – rules and regulations

 

Attribute focus – Responsibility

 

 

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute. Feedback to learners

Growth mindset – showing confidence when learning to improve skills and techniques in Badminton.

 

Collaboration – working with partners to feedback and in doubles play.

Health and Fitness

Lesson 1

Short- and long-term effects of exercise

 

Attribute focus – Responsibility

 

  • Prior assessment of skills and knowledge in health/fitness activities
  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Growth mindset – self assessing health and fitness and identifying methods to improve performance.

 

Creativity – showing creativity in design of circuit activities

Lesson 2

SMART Targets

 

Attribute focus – Responsibility

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Growth mindset – self assessing health and fitness and identifying methods to improve performance.

 

Creativity – showing creativity in design of circuit activities

Lesson 3

Evaluating targets

 

Attribute focus – Responsibility

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Growth mindset – self assessing health and fitness and identifying methods to improve performance.

 

Creativity – showing creativity in design of circuit activities

Lesson 4

Physical activity and managing stress

 

Attribute focus – Responsibility

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Growth mindset – self assessing health and fitness and identifying methods to improve performance.

 

Creativity – showing creativity in design of circuit activities

Lesson 5

Physical activity and managing anxiety

 

Attribute focus – Responsibility

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Growth mindset – self assessing health and fitness and identifying methods to improve performance.

 

Creativity – showing creativity in design of circuit activities

Lesson 6

Physical, Emotional and Social Health

 

Attribute focus – Responsibility

 

Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute. Feedback to learners

Growth mindset – self assessing health and fitness and identifying methods to improve performance.

 

Creativity – showing creativity in design of circuit activities

Football

Lesson 1

Skill focus – Attacking Principles

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Prior assessment of skills and knowledge in invasion games
  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Communication skills – communicating as part of a team to solve problems, lead warm ups and cool downs

 

Creativity – use of tactics and strategies to outwit opponents.

 

Collaboration – working together in teams and unit groups effectively.

Lesson 2

Skill focus – Defending Principles

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Communication skills – communicating as part of a team to solve problems, lead warm ups and cool downs

 

Creativity – use of tactics and strategies to outwit opponents.

 

Collaboration – working together in teams and unit groups effectively.

Lesson 3

Skill focus – Formations

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Communication skills – communicating as part of a team to solve problems, lead warm ups and cool downs

 

Creativity – use of tactics and strategies to outwit opponents.

 

Collaboration – working together in teams and unit groups effectively.

Lesson 4

Skill focus – Game related practice

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Communication skills – communicating as part of a team to solve problems, lead warm ups and cool downs

 

Creativity – use of tactics and strategies to outwit opponents.

 

Collaboration – working together in teams and unit groups effectively.

Lesson 5

Skill focus – Leading sessions  

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Communication skills – communicating as part of a team to solve problems, lead warm ups and cool downs

 

Creativity – use of tactics and strategies to outwit opponents.

 

Collaboration – working together in teams and unit groups effectively.

Lesson 6

Skill focus – Organising tournaments  

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute. Feedback to learners

Communication skills – communicating as part of a team to solve problems, lead warm ups and cool downs

 

Creativity – use of tactics and strategies to outwit opponents.

 

Collaboration – working together in teams and unit groups effectively.

Trampolining

Lesson 1

Skill focus – Safety and spotting recap of responsibilities, recap of basic shapes and turns  

 

Attribute focus – Responsibility

 

  • Prior assessment of skills and knowledge in Aesthetic activities
  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Creativity – use of creative movements in routines and performance of aesthetic skills

 

Collaboration - working together to improve routines and perform in syncro.

Lesson 2

Skill focus – Turns, twists and swivel hips – peer feedback

 

Attribute focus – Responsibility

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Creativity – use of creative movements in routines and performance of aesthetic skills

 

Collaboration - working together to improve routines and perform in syncro.

Lesson 3

Skill focus – use of task cards for routines

 

Attribute focus – Responsibility

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Creativity – use of creative movements in routines and performance of aesthetic skills

 

Collaboration - working together to improve routines and perform in syncro.

Lesson 4

Skill focus – Front and back drops   

 

Attribute focus – Responsibility

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Creativity – use of creative movements in routines and performance of aesthetic skills

 

Collaboration - working together to improve routines and perform in syncro.

Lesson 5

Skill focus – Routines

 

Attribute focus – Responsibility

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Creativity – use of creative movements in routines and performance of aesthetic skills

 

Collaboration - working together to improve routines and perform in syncro.

Lesson 6

Skill focus – Peer assessment and feedback on routines

 

Attribute focus – Responsibility

Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute. Feedback to learners

Creativity – use of creative movements in routines and performance of aesthetic skills

 

Collaboration - working together to improve routines and perform in syncro.

Netball

Lesson 1

Skill focus – Attacking Skills

 

Attribute focus – Leadership

 

  • Prior assessment of skills and knowledge in invasion games
  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Communication skills – communicating as part of a team to solve problems, lead warm ups and cool downs

 

Creativity – use of tactics and strategies to outwit opponents.

 

Collaboration – working together in teams and unit groups effectively.

Lesson 2

Skill focus – Defending

 

Attribute focus – Leadership

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Communication skills – communicating as part of a team to solve problems, lead warm ups and cool downs

 

Creativity – use of tactics and strategies to outwit opponents.

 

Collaboration – working together in teams and unit groups effectively.

Lesson 3

Skill focus – Set plays

 

Attribute focus – Leadership

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Communication skills – communicating as part of a team to solve problems, lead warm ups and cool downs

 

Creativity – use of tactics and strategies to outwit opponents.

 

Collaboration – working together in teams and unit groups effectively.

Lesson 4

Skill focus – Game play/basic umpiring skills

 

Attribute focus – Leadership

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Communication skills – communicating as part of a team to solve problems, lead warm ups and cool downs

 

Creativity – use of tactics and strategies to outwit opponents.

 

Collaboration – working together in teams and unit groups effectively.

Lesson 5

Skill focus – Game play/advanced umpiring skills

 

Attribute focus – Leadership

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Communication skills – communicating as part of a team to solve problems, lead warm ups and cool downs

 

Creativity – use of tactics and strategies to outwit opponents.

 

Collaboration – working together in teams and unit groups effectively.

Lesson 6

Skill focus – Game play and scoring

 

Attribute focus – Leadership

 

 

Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute. Feedback to learners

 

 

 

Communication skills – communicating as part of a team to solve problems, lead warm ups and cool downs

 

Creativity – use of tactics and strategies to outwit opponents.

 

Collaboration – working together in teams and unit groups effectively.

Rugby

Lesson 1

Skill focus – Attacking principles

 

Attribute focus – Responsibility

 

  • Prior assessment of skills and knowledge in invasion games
  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Communication skills – communicating as part of a team to solve problems, lead warm ups and cool downs

 

Creativity – use of tactics and strategies to outwit opponents.

 

Collaboration – working together in teams and unit groups effectively.

Lesson 2

Skill focus – Defending principles

 

Attribute focus – Responsibility

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Communication skills – communicating as part of a team to solve problems, lead warm ups and cool downs

 

Creativity – use of tactics and strategies to outwit opponents.

 

Collaboration – working together in teams and unit groups effectively.

Lesson 3

Skill focus – Formations

 

Attribute focus – Responsibility

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Communication skills – communicating as part of a team to solve problems, lead warm ups and cool downs

 

Creativity – use of tactics and strategies to outwit opponents.

 

Collaboration – working together in teams and unit groups effectively.

Lesson 4

Skill focus – Leading sessions

 

Attribute focus – Responsibility

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Communication skills – communicating as part of a team to solve problems, lead warm ups and cool downs

 

Creativity – use of tactics and strategies to outwit opponents.

 

Collaboration – working together in teams and unit groups effectively.

Lesson 5

Skill focus – Game related practice

 

Attribute focus – Responsibility

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

 

Communication skills – communicating as part of a team to solve problems, lead warm ups and cool downs

 

Creativity – use of tactics and strategies to outwit opponents.

 

Collaboration – working together in teams and unit groups effectively.

Lesson 6

Skill focus – Organising tournaments

 

Attribute focus – Responsibility

 

Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute. Feedback to learners

 

 

 

Communication skills – communicating as part of a team to solve problems, lead warm ups and cool downs

 

Creativity – use of tactics and strategies to outwit opponents.

 

Collaboration – working together in teams and unit groups effectively.

Tennis

Lesson 1

Skill focus – Setting up tournaments/leagues

 

Attribute focus – Leadership

  • Prior assessment of skills and knowledge in Net/Wall

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Growth mindset – showing confidence when learning to improve skills and techniques in Tennis

 

Collaboration – working with partners to feedback and in doubles play.

Lesson 2

Skill focus – Officiating in games

 

Attribute focus – Leadership

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

 

Growth mindset – showing confidence when learning to improve skills and techniques in Tennis

 

Collaboration – working with partners to feedback and in doubles play.

Lesson 3

Skill focus – Organising tournaments/leagues

 

Attribute focus – Leadership

                                                  

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

 

Growth mindset – showing confidence when learning to improve skills and techniques in Tennis

 

Collaboration – working with partners to feedback and in doubles play.

Lesson 4

Skill focus – Applying defensive tactics in rally’s.

 

Attribute focus – Leadership

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Growth mindset – showing confidence when learning to improve skills and techniques in Tennis

 

Collaboration – working with partners to feedback and in doubles play.

Lesson 5

Skill focus – Applying attacking tactics in ’ally's

 

Attribute focus – Leadership

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Growth mindset – showing confidence when learning to improve skills and techniques in Tennis

 

Collaboration – working with partners to feedback and in doubles play.

Lesson 6

Skill focus – Tournament play

 

Attribute focus – Leadership

Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute. Feedback to learners

Growth mindset – showing confidence when learning to improve skills and techniques in Tennis

 

Collaboration – working with partners to feedback and in doubles play.

Softball

Lesson 1

Skill focus – Strategic fielding

 

Attribute focus – Responsibility

 

  • Prior assessment of skills and knowledge in Striking and fielding activities
  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Critical Thinking – showing critical thinking skills to set tactical field placements and tactical batting.

 

Collaboration – working together to explore different ways to win games

Lesson 2

Skill focus – Strategic Bowling

 

Attribute focus – Responsibility

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

 

Critical Thinking – showing critical thinking skills to set tactical field placements and tactical batting.

 

Collaboration – working together to explore different ways to win games

Lesson 3

Skill focus – Batting Tactics

 

Attribute focus – Responsibility

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

 

Critical Thinking – showing critical thinking skills to set tactical field placements and tactical batting.

 

Collaboration – working together to explore different ways to win games

Lesson 4

Skill focus – Developed game play and tactics

 

Attribute focus – Responsibility

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Critical Thinking – showing critical thinking skills to set tactical field placements and tactical batting.

 

Collaboration – working together to explore different ways to win games

Lesson 5

Skill focus – Tactical Awareness to outwit opponents

 

Attribute focus – Responsibility

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Critical Thinking – showing critical thinking skills to set tactical field placements and tactical batting.

 

Collaboration – working together to explore different ways to win games

Lesson 6

Skill focus – Gameplay, officiating tactics and scoring

 

Attribute focus – Responsibility

 

Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute. Feedback to learners

Critical Thinking – showing critical thinking skills to set tactical field placements and tactical batting.

 

Collaboration – working together to explore different ways to win games

 

 

 

Rounders

Lesson 1

Skill focus – Rules/Responsibilities of officials

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Prior assessment of skills and knowledge in striking and fielding activities
  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Critical Thinking – showing critical thinking skills to set tactical field placements and tactical batting.

 

Collaboration – working together to explore different ways to win games

Lesson 2

Skill focus – Officiating in tournaments and matches

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

 

Critical Thinking – showing critical thinking skills to set tactical field placements and tactical batting.

 

Collaboration – working together to explore different ways to win games

Lesson 3

Skill focus – Adopting official roles

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

 

Critical Thinking – showing critical thinking skills to set tactical field placements and tactical batting.

 

Collaboration – working together to explore different ways to win games

Lesson 4

Skill focus – Leading warm ups and cool downs and skill practices

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Critical Thinking – showing critical thinking skills to set tactical field placements and tactical batting.

 

Collaboration – working together to explore different ways to win games

Lesson 5

Skill focus – Applying attacking tactics to games

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute

Link to extra-curricular attendance and club links

Critical Thinking – showing critical thinking skills to set tactical field placements and tactical batting.

 

Collaboration – working together to explore different ways to win games

Lesson 6

Skill focus – Applying defensive tactics to competitions

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

Formative assessment of skill/application of attribute. Feedback to learners

Critical Thinking – showing critical thinking skills to set tactical field placements and tactical batting.

 

Collaboration – working together to explore different ways to win games

 

 

Athletics

Lesson 1

Skill focus – Setting up athletics track/field events

 

Attribute focus – Collaboration

 

  • Prior assessment of skills and knowledge in Athletics