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Physical Education - KS1 - Year 1 / 2

All PE lessons are taught in mixed age year group: year 1/2.

The sections of a PE unit of work should include the following:

 

  • Warm up

  • Acquiring and developing skills

  • Selecting and applying skills, tactic and compositional ideas

  • Knowledge and understanding of fitness and health

  • Evaluating and improving performance

  • Cool down

 

We aim to make our lessons fun and exciting, using as many different teaching styles as possible, including visual, audio and kinaesthetic methods as well as closed/open questions, discussion, identification, individual/group work and teacher or child demonstration. It is important that lessons begin to develop the use of ICT to help model and evaluate the children’s performances.

 

At Key Stage One (Years 1 and 2) children learn to develop core movement, become increasingly competent and confident and access a broad range of opportunities to extend their agility, balance and co-ordination, individually and with others.

 

They should be able to engage in competitive (both against self and others) and co-operative physical activities, in a range of increasingly challenging situations.

 

Pupils should be taught to:

 

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

  • Participate in team games, developing simple tactics for attacking and defending.

  • Perform dances using simple movement patterns.

 

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Year 1/2 Yearly Assessment Overview

 

Hands (Doing)

Head (Thinking)

Heart (Social and Emotional)

Term 1

IALT: develop FMS (running, jumping, throwing, catching).

IALT: develop balance and control.

IALT: link my skills together

e.g. throwing and catching.

IALT: understand changes in my body.

IALT: co-operate with a partner.

IALT: accept a decision.

Term 2

IALT: develop FMS.

IALT: develop balance and control.

IALT: link my skills together

e.g. throwing and catching.

IALT: understand changes in my body.

IALT: compete against myself.

IALT: keep positive.

Term 3

IALT: develop FMS through games.

IALT: develop agility and co-ordination.

IALT: use different equipment

IALT: plan, experiment and use simple tactics.

IALT: know why exercise is important.

IALT: apply foot skills in an activity

IALT: co-operate within a group.

IALT: accept a decision.

Term 4

IALT: develop FMS through games.

IALT: develop agility and co-ordination.

IALT: plan, experiment and use simple tactics.

IALT: know why exercise is important.

IALT: compete against myself.

IALT: keep positive.

Term 5

IALT: develop FMS through competition.

IALT: develop control and technique.

IALT: apply my ‘hands’ skills to an activity.

IALT: name and learn about a sports person.

IALT: name and stretch different muscles

IALT: individually compete against others.

IALT: encourage others.

IALT: use time adequately

IALT: develop confidence in my ability

Term 6

IALT: develop FMS through competition.

IALT: develop control and technique.

IALT: apply my ‘hands’ skills to an activity.

IALT: name and learn about a sports person.

IALT: name and stretch different muscles

IALT: co-operate as a team.

IALT: encourage others

IALT: develop confidence in my ability

 

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