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Physical Education - KS2 - Year 5 / 6

All PE lessons are taught in mixed age year group: year 5/6.

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 Two (Years 3-6) children learn to continue to implement and develop a broader range of skills, learning how to use them in different ways and to link them to make actions and sequences of movement.

 

They should enjoy communicating, collaborating and competing with each other.

They should develop an understanding of how to succeed in different activities and sports and learn how to evaluate and recognise their own success.

 

Pupils should be taught to:

 

  • Use running, jumping, throwing and catching in isolation and in combination.

  • Play competitive games, modified where appropriate, and apply basic principles suitable for attacking and defending.

  • Develop flexibility, strength, technique, control and balance.

  • Perform dances using a range of movement patterns.

  • Take part in outdoor and adventurous activity challenges both individually and within a team.

  • Compare their performances with previous ones and demonstrate improvement to achieve their personal best.

 

IALT - I am learning to...

Year 5/6 Yearly Assessment Overview

 

Hands (Doing)

Head (Thinking)

Heart (Social and Emotional)

Term 1

IALT: swim 25 metres.

IALT: develop balance, flexibility and control.

IALT: challenge myself in OAA activities.

IALT: link my skills together with fluency and control.

IALT: know how regular exercise can aid our health.

IALT: co-operate within a group.

IALT: encourage others.

Term 2

IALT: develop balance, flexibility and control.

IALT: challenge myself in OAA activities.

IALT: link my skills together with fluency and control.

IALT: know how regular exercise can aid our health.

IALT: co-operate as a team.

IALT: understand sportsmanship.

Term 3

IALT: apply FMS skills to games and competition.

IALT: develop agility and co-ordination.

IALT: adapt my tactics to fit the changing situation.

IALT: understand how to improve my fitness.

IALT: evaluate my performance.

IALT: accept constructive criticism.

IALT: accept losing.

Term 4

IALT: apply FMS skills to games and competition.

IALT: develop agility and co-ordination.

IALT:

IALT: adapt my tactics to fit the changing situation.

IALT: understand how to improve my fitness.

IALT: achieve my personal best.

IALT: accept constructive criticism.

IALT: achieve consistency

Term 5

IALT: develop control, technique and strength.

IALT: apply FMS skills to games and competition.

IALT: apply my skills to different sports.

IALT: identify key elements for an athlete to be at peak performance.

IALT: set goals.

IALT: individually compete against others.

IALT: lead others.

IALT: demonstrate sportsmanship.

Term 6

IALT: develop control, technique and strength.

IALT: apply FMS skills to games and competition.

IALT: apply my skills to different sports.

IALT: identify key elements for an athlete to be at peak performance.

IALT: identify which muscles are being used during an activity.

IALT: compete as a team.

IALT: lead others.

IALT: demonstrate sportsmanship.

 

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