Primary PE Scheme of Work Preview Merton School Sport

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What s in the folder, This Scheme of Work provides a structured approach to progressive PE from Early Years to Year 6. through a framework of learning objectives linked to a range of physical activities. The Units of Work are intended as a guide to support those teachers who are not as experienced or. confident in delivering PE lessons, Each Unit has 6 sessions each of which includes activity ideas teaching points vocabulary. differentiation resources and potential questions along with holistic assessment criteria to help. ensure pupils progress is measurable The activity ideas are designed to meet the 2014 National. Curriculum for PE and encourage children to be active throughout the session using games as a. method for learning where possible, For years 1 6 each Unit has a link to it s glossary of terms to support the teachers understanding. and games cards which provide more detail on how to set up play and progress the games stated. within the session plan, Gymnastics and Dance folders also include additional resources Gymnastics includes photographs. of balances and movements so that teachers can see how they would look Dance includes. resources cards a DVD with 72 dance moves to music for Key Stage 2 lessons and a playlist of. additional music suited to the sessions throughout the scheme additional music is not provided. with the Scheme and would need to be purchased separately by the school. The Early Years Scheme includes a user guidance document to support teachers understanding of. the expectations for physical development at nursery and reception age To accompany this is a. range of activity and games cards that can be used to create fun and active sessions based on. Fundamental Movement Skills FMS,Within this document you will see a sample of our.
Units their linked games appendices and glossary,pages and our assessment matrix. PE Curriculum Map, The PE Curriculum Map provides a template which supports schools when planning their own. Curriculum Map The Units of Work detailed in the example map are all available as part of this. Scheme of Work,Copyright Merton School Sport Partnership 2016. Primary PE Curriculum Map, Autumn 1 Autumn 2 Spring 1 Spring 2 Summer 1 Summer 2. Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul, Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 1 Lesson 2.
Year 1 Athletics 1 Dance 1 Games 1 Gym 1 Gym 2 Dance 2 Dance 3 Games 2 Athletics 2 Water Athletics 3 Games 3. Confidence, Year 2 Athletics 1 Dance 1 Games 1 Gym 1 Gym 2 Dance 2 Dance 3 Games 2 Athletics 2 Start swim preparation. and water safety in,Athletics 3 Swimming,S F Games 1. Invasion Invasion N W Games 1,Year 3 Games 1, Swimming Gym 1 Swimming Dance 1 Swimming Tennis OAA 1 Athletics 1. Invasion Invasion N W Games 1 S F Games 1 S F Games 2. Year 4 Athletics 1,Games 1 Games 2, Gym 1 Gym 2 Dance 1 Dance 2 OAA 1 Tennis Cricket Athletics 2 Rounders. Invasion Invasion Invasion N W Games 1 S F Games 1 S F Games 2. Year 5 Athletics 1 Leadership,OAA 1 Tennis Cricket Athletics 2 Rounders.
Invasion Invasion Invasion Invasion N W Games 1 S F Games 1 S F Games 2. Year 6 Athletics 1,Games 1 Games 2,OAA 1 Tennis Cricket Athletics 2 Rounders. Copyright Merton School Sport Partnership 2016,Athletics Year 2 Unit 1. Learning Objectives Children explore running jumping and throwing activities and take part in simple challenges and competitions They. experiment with different ways of travelling throwing and jumping increasing their awareness of speed and distance. Teaching and Vocabulary and,Activity Ideas Differentiation. Learning Points Questions, SESSION 1 LO To understand the different effects exercise has on the body. Changes during exercise Recap expectations during PE behaviour areas boundaries use of equipment. Hotter Warm Up Play Colour Box Game Harder add taggers. Heart beating faster Discuss with class the purpose of warming up get muscles ready get heart pumping faster Mixed ability pairs to scaffold lower Why do we as athletes get. Deeper breaths get mentally prepared ability warmed up. Dishes and Domes In small teams 2 or 3 play game After each round ask the chn to discuss Change chn must return to a Compare how hot cold you. the changes they can feel in their bodies focus on how hot cold they feel specified area after turning a cone were before after activity. Super Mouse Play game After each round ask the chn to discuss the changes they can feel in Change number of Super Mice How has your appearance. their bodies focus on heart rate Leave time between rounds for heart rate to return to number of Danger Mice changed. resting Is your heart beating faster or, Top Gear Play game After each round ask the chn to discuss the changes they can feel in their Add obstacles in area eg hoop slower now than before.
bodies focus on their breathing roundabout lines speed bumps How has your breathing. Cool Down Discus with chn why our bodies change during exercise Mixed ability pairs to scaffold lower Why do our bodies change feel. ability different during after exercise, SESSION 2 LO To run at different speeds depending on the task To change direction quickly. Changing speed Warm Up Play Jail Break Change movement pattern What can you do to help you. Head up and scanning Discuss the key points of changing speed and direction Mixed ability discussion groups evade. Size of stride Super Mouse Encourage chn to think about the teaching points when playing Super Mouse to Harder increase number of Danger How can you use your body to. Pump arms help them change their speed and direction this will help them to evade the danger mice Mice change your direction speed. Reflect on those chn who were able to change their speed and direction and pick out areas of Mixed ability discussion groups Which parts of their body are. Change direction, their technique that helped them they using really well to help. Bend knees, Discuss with the chn the need to be able to run at different speeds for different periods of Mixed ability discussion groups them to change. Shorter stride, time we cannot sprint the whole time get too tired and we cannot jog the whole time we direction speed. Balls of feet,would get caught, Challenge Chn to see how far they can run in a given time eg 5s They can mark their Individual challenge How will you change your speed.
distance Gradually increase the time the chn have to run remind them about pacing as the time increases Why. themselves can do a practice on the spot so they get a feel for the time they will be running. for Why is it important to change, Cool Down Discuss how the chn changed their speed depending the time Mixed ability discussion groups our speed when running. Copyright Merton School Sport Partnership 2016,Jail Break Games Appendix N. Set out an activity area using cones Create two boxes in opposite corners to act. as jails with a speed bounce in each jail, 1 Select four or five children to act as police officers and give them bibs to wear. How to play so they can be identified, 2 The police officers must catch the other children robbers by tagging them. or touching them on the back, 3 When a robber has been caught they go to one of the jails While in jail they.
must complete ten speed bounces in order to escape. 4 When the robber has completed their bounces and escaped from jail they. can re enter the game, 5 Split the class into teams of approximately five or six. 6 Give other children the chance of being a police officer. 7 Can change the method of escape from jail depending on the learning in the. Speed bounces,Copyright Merton School Sport Partnership 2016. o Move in a winding or zig zag path avoiding obstacles. o The swing and throw action of the discus This is performed with a. Sling throw straight arm using a horizontal arm swing. o The participant jumps two footed from side to side over a 200mm. Speed Bounce, foam wedge or alternative as many times as possible. Sprint o Athletes run at maximum or near maximum speed for a short. period of time or distance, o Typically done for Warm Ups or Cool Downs these are stretches. Static movements, where the athlete is stationary and the stretch is held for a period.
of time approximately 10 seconds, Take off phase o The period during which an athlete pushes off from the ground. before entering the flight phase, Track events o All of the running events sprints long distance and relays. o A horizontal jumping event in which the athlete executes a hop. Triple jump, step and jump The jumper hops off one foot lands on the same. foot takes a step onto the opposite foot and jumps landing on. two feet The combined distance travelled for the three jumps is. measured Measurement should occur from the landing of the. jump backwards to the take off line,Copyright Merton School Sport Partnership 2016. Balls variety Bibs Quoits,Resources Bean bags Cones different colours Spots.
Hoops different sizes and colours Speed Bounces,Assessment HEAD HEART HANDS. Creativity Fair Play Fitness,Understanding Leadership Physical Literacy. Decision Making Social,Work in pairs,Run at different speeds. Accept others ideas,Jump with accuracy into and out of areas. Recognise when their heart rate and Give and receive basic feedback. from a standing position,temperature have changed Keep simple rules.
Throw a variety of objects using a small,Explore how to deal with different feelings. range of techniques,winning and losing, Make up and repeat a short sequence of Work in pairs considerately. Run at fast medium and slow speeds, linked jumps Help to support team members and be positive. changing speed and direction, Recognise when their heart rate Give and receive feedback. Link running and jumping activities with, temperature and breathing rate have Understand and adhere to simple rules.
some fluency control and consistency,changed Understand expectations when dealing with. Throw a variety of objects changing their, Take part in a relay activity remembering their feelings and emotions. action for accuracy and distance, when to run and what to do Make an effort to do their best. Show greater difference between slow and, Work effectively in same or mixed ability pairs fast speeds. Make up and teach others a short sequence, Help to support team members and value their Start at a medium pace for a longer distance.
of linked jumps, effort and ideas Throw more accurately and greater. Identify the changes that take place after,Give and receive constructive feedback distances. exercise and describe how their bodies will, Make a conscientious effort to succeed Show consistency control and accuracy. react when running jumping and throwing, Able to manage emotions well when throwing objects into targets from. increasing distances, When assessing the overall level of a child for this Unit of Work please apply a best fit model taking into account their proficiency in all three areas Head Heart and Hands.
Learning Objectives and Assessment are linked to the QCA 2004 and National Curriculum 2014. Athletics Year 2 Unit 1, Primary Physical Education Schemes of Work Copyright Merton School Sport Partnership 2016. Gymnastics Year 4 Unit 1, Learning Objectives Children create sequences that include changes of level and speed and focus on using different body shapes clearly They. work mostly with a partner or in a small group additionally incorporating hand apparatus. Teaching and Vocabulary and,Activity Ideas Differentiation. Learning Points Questions, SESSION 1 LO To perform a confident and powerful run up To perform the correct take off for the vault. Spring board take off Warm Up Play Back to Front to get children practicing sprinting. Confident run up Sprinting and Take off Split class into pairs or groups and perform a range of different sprint Add in an element of competition Where should we be looking. Correct feet placement on relays which team can get all their team to when taking a run up Head. the floor or springboard Gymnasts progress to having a target they must jump onto and land on as the end of their and from the target the quickest up. Controlled body relay eg floor spot at the end where gymnasts sprint to and jump onto and hold the landing How should your feet be. then return to their team positioned when taking off from. Progress to adding in obstacles eg jumping into hoops over hurdles landing on a different a spring board. target How many feet should we land, Spring Board Technique Place floor spots or small hoops on the floor to show the technique Harder use an actual springboard on.
of a take off on a spring board when mounting a vault one spot then two slightly in front to practice the correct technique How can we control our body. either side Encourage gymnasts to take off on one foot jump onto two feet perform a jump Include a shape jump when using when taking a run up Stable. land it and hold this for three seconds take off technique core use arms. Cool Down Discuss the technique of how to jump onto a spring board. SESSION 2 LO To perform the technique of jumping and landing with the use of shape jumps. Shape jump Warm Up Using skipping ropes help gymnasts to recap on landing technique Lay a range of Add a theme eg jumping across a Why do we need to bend our. Take off controlled skipping ropes on the floor in the area gymnasts move around the area jumping over the river knees when we land a jump. Primary PE Scheme of Work Preview We believe our Schemes of Work will be a great resource for your school but why not see for yourself before you decide www mertonssp org uk What s in the folder This Scheme of Work provides a structured approach to progressive PE from Early Years to Year 6 through a framework of learning objectives linked to a range of physical activities The Units

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