PE

Vision

All young people should have the opportunity to live healthy and active lives. At The Village Primary School, we aim to inspire, challenge and motivate children so that they can thrive and express themselves confidently in a wide range of sports. Through leadership we offer all children the chance to explore, dream and discover their full potential. Meaningful links are made to Global Goals and the UNICEF Rights of the Child where relevant.

It is important that our children ‘learn to lead’. Therefore we offer all of our children the opportunity to lead activities during their school life. Leadership gives children the understanding of what it is like to have responsibility, to show respect for rules and brings the added challenge of organisation, communication and teamwork.

We also strive to give as many children as possible the opportunity to participate in a variety of competitive sports during their school life, giving them the understanding of: what competition feels like, what it is like to be part of a team, and to be able to both win and lose with equal grace.

Our vision for Physical Education is that every child should have the opportunity to develop the physical confidence and competence to enjoy being active through a wide range of activities. We hope this will lead to a life-long passion of being physically active and healthy.

Yoga is planned to develop mindfulness and wellbeing and takes place each half term. We believe that all of these opportunities will help our children to develop into well-rounded and balanced individuals all set for life’s challenges.

 

PE – Curriculum Map

Skills Autumn 1 Autumn 2 Spring 1 Spring 2 Summer 1 Summer 2
Year 1

Gym

Body shapes.

Rolling.

Balances.

Jumping.

 

Gymnastic Festival

 

Yoga

o   Do yoga poses in a certain way or with a particular prop

o   Do a breathing exercises with a prop you place there

 

Outdoor Week/Health and Fitness/Growth Mindset

Dance

Working together.

Recognising and

following a tune.

Creating actions to

match the music.

Games

Agility. Sending and receiving. Scoring.

 

 

Yoga

o   Partner routines

o   Do yoga poses in a      certain way or with a particular prop

o   Do a breathing exercises with a prop you place there

o   Do something fun such as dancing, skipping rope, face painting etc.

o   Relax

Games/Netball

Throwing accurately as a team. Decision making in a game

Racket skills

Hitting a ball in the correct direction.

Games/Athletics

Sports day  events

• Lead others when appropriate.

 

End Points

·         Final skill follow key steps Year 1 gymnastic routine (see diagram sheet)

·         To copy movements.

·         To use/ listen to music and follow a simple routine.

·         To chest pass to a partner.

·         To catch a ball with 2 hands.

·         To bounce pass to a partner.

 

 

·         To hit a tennis ball with a racket.

·         To aim and hit the ball in the desired direction.

·         To run 100m without stopping.

Leadership skills/My Personal Best

Self belief

(Healthy Me)

           

Honesty

(Healthy Me)

 

Courage

(Healthy Me)

 

Gratitude

(Social Me)

 

Empathy

(Social Me)

 

Curiosity

(Thinking Me)

 

Leadership End Points/Vocabulary Healthy, happy, confident, positive, progress, opportunities Healthy, happy, confident, truth, mistakes, cheat, respect

Healthy, happy, confident,

Fears, new experiences, challenges

Friends, work with others, appreciate, thank, kindness, generosity, praise Friends, work with others, other people’s perspectives, feelings, understand, care

Likes/dislikes

What I am good at, look, listen, touch, taste, smell, ask questions, discover new things

Year 2

Gymnastics

Body shapes.

Rolling.

Balances.

Travelling.

Jumping and landing

Partner routines.

Copy and remember actions.

 

Gymnastic Festival

 

Yoga

o   Body shapes.

o   Balances.

o   Do yoga poses in a certain way or with a particular prop

 

Outdoor Week/Health and Fitness/Growth Mindset

Dance

Working together.

Recognising and

following a tune.

Linking movements to create actions to

match the music.

Carefully choose movements to communicate feelings/expressions.

 

.

 

 

Games

Agility. Sending and

receiving. Scoring.

Use the terms ‘opponent’ and ‘team-mate’.

 

 

Yoga

o   Body shapes.

o   Rolling.

o   Balances.

o   Travelling.

o   Partner routines

o   Do a breathing exercises with a prop you place there

o   Relax/breathing techniques.

 

Games/Netball

Awareness of

space, themselves

and others. Hand-

eye coordination.

Throwing accurately as a team. Decision making in a game.

• Use rolling, hitting, running, jumping, catching and kicking skills in combination.

Racket skills/Rounders

Best place to be to

stop a ball. Hitting a

ball in the correct

direction.

 

• Develop tactics.

 

 

 

Games/Athletics

Sports day  events

 

• Lead others when appropriate.

 

 

End Points

·         To know muscles need to be warmed and stretched prior to exercise.

·         To kow Gymnastics are performed by Gymnasts such as Claudia Fragapane.

·         To form front, side and back support and complete key steps Year 2 gymnastic routine (see diagram sheet)

·         To know the travelling rule of netball.

·         To know the  passing rule in netball.

·         To be able to perform an accurate chest pass.

 

·         To know that 100m is a sprint.

·         To know that javelin and discus are throwing events.

·         To be able to throw a javelin with correct form.

 

Leadership skills/My Personal Best

Resilience

(Healthy Me)

Integrity

(Healthy Me)

Trust

(Social Me)

Fairness

(Social Me)

Imagination

(Thinking Me)

Concentration

(Thinking Me)

End Points/Vocabulary

Healthy, happy, confident, willing, persevere, trial, learn from mistakes, bounce back from set-backs

 

Healthy, happy, confident, high standards, keep my word, behave consistently, principles, choices, values Friends, work with others, share, accept, support Friends, work with others, judge, equality, recognise, inclusion, facts

Likes/dislikes

What I am good at, see, hear, feel, real, fictional, experiences, possibilities

Likes/dislikes

What I am good at, look and listen carefully, focus, distractions, goals

Skills

KS1

·         Develop balance, agility and co-ordination, and begin to apply these in a range of activities.

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

·         Perform dances using simple movement patterns.

·         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.

·         My Personal Best resource pack 1

 

Year 3

Gymnastics

Use shape,

balance and travel.

Show control,

tension and

balance.

 

 

Gymnastic Festival

 

Yoga

o   Use shape,

o   balance and travel.

o   Show control,

o   tension and

o   balance.

How to go into and out of the pose

How to do the pose better

 

Outdoor Week/Health and Fitness/Growth Mindset

Dance

Respond to stimuli.

Perform with

Expression. Use of

expressive body

language.

 

 

Invasion Games/Netball

Throwing and

catching with

partner. Move with

the ball.

 

Yoga

o   Use shape,

o   balance and travel.

o   Show control,

o   tension and

o   balance.

o   How to do the pose in pairs and in a group

 

 

 

 

Invasion Games/Football

Attack and defend.

Use appropriate

skills; passing,

dribbling, control.

Work as a team.

 

 

 

Kwik Cricket

Strike ball with

intent. Intercept the

ball and catch.

Strike a ball and field with control.

 

Athletics/Pre Tennis

Sports day  events

 

Organisation. Jump

with control. Throw

with power.

 

 

 

End Points

·         Final skill follow key steps Year 3 gymnastic routine (see diagram sheet)

·         To create a small routine containing 3 gymnastics elements, listening to music and dancing to a beat. key steps Year 3 gymnastic routine (see diagram sheet)

·         To use facial expressions to convey feelings.

·         To chest pass to a partner and pivot accurately.

·          To dribble though cones using the side of the foot.

·          To kick the ball to a partner with accuracy.

 

 

·         To hold the bat correctly and improve how far they can hit the ball.

·         To catch a small ball using two hands.

 

·         To run and jump in a combination.

 

 

Leadership skills/My Personal Best

Resilience

(Healthy Me pk2)

 

Integrity

(Healthy Me pk2)

Respect

(Social Me pk1)

 

Trust

(Social Me pk1)

 

Resourcefulness

(Thinking Me pk 1)

 

Reflection

(Thinking Me pk1)

 

End Points/Vocabulary

Willing to have a go,

Persevere, Trial different methods,

Learn, Mistakes,

Bounce back from set-backs

High standards, keep my word, behave consistently, principles, choices Friends,work with others, treat others as you would wish to be treated, accept differences, value others, agree, recognise Friends, work with others,  share, accept, support, look for the best in others.

Likes/dislikes

What I am good at, adapt, experiment, combine, positive suggestions

Likes/dislikes

What I am good at, time, examine, listen to feedback, compare, contrast, connect, consider

Year 4

Gymnastics

Perform actions,

balances, rolls and

flight. Create a

routine.

 

Gymnastic Festival

 

Yoga

o   Show control,

o   tension and

o   balance.

o   Create a transition of movements

 

Outdoor Week/Health and Fitness/Growth Mindset

Dance

Devise, perform

and repeat

movements.

Explore actions.

 

 

 

Invasion – Netball

Use positions and

understand roles.

Use tactics.

 

 

Yoga

o   Use shape,

o   balance and travel.

o   Show control,

o   tension and

o   balance.

o   Create a transition of movements

o   How to go into and out of the pose

o   How to do the pose better

o   Variations in the pose

Invasion – Tag Rugby

Use positions and

understand roles.

Use tactics.

 

Kwik Cricket

Throwing and

catching. Bowling

with accuracy.

Choose fielding

positions.

 

 

 

Athletics/Benchball

Sports day  events

 

Throw with power

and accuracy. Jump

with control and

power.

 

End Points

·         Final skill follow key steps Year 4  gymnastic routine (see diagram sheet)

·         To choose and apply body shapes and actions to create a routine in a group

·         To create a routine with a partner exploring actions to reflect the music

·         To pass the ball to another player on my team

·         To perform a chest pass

·         To position myself and/or a ball into an appropriate place on the field.

 

·         To bowl under arm with accuracy

·         To throw with power

and accuracy using one prominent arm, using the shoulder.

·         To jump with control and power.

 

 

Leadership skills/My Personal Best

Self discipline

(Healthy Me)

Responsibility

(Healthy Me)

Trust

(Social Me)

Respect

(Social Me)

Resourcefulness

(Thinking Me)

Reflection

(Thinking Me)

End Points/Vocabulary Positive, focus on what I can do and progress I have made, recognise I can learn new things, improve if I try, see opportunities not barriers Plan ahead, organise, complete tasks to my best ability, volunteer Share with others, accept help, ask for support, allow others to do things, look for the best in others Treat others as you would wish to be treated, accept differences, value others, agree to disagree, recognise other peoples abilities Adapt to suit situations, experiment, combine things to make something new, use people and resources to help, positive suggestions Time to think about what I read, saw, heard and did, examine details, listen to feedback, compare, contrast and connect, consider possible effects
Year 5

Gymnastics

Choose and apply

body shapes and

actions to create a

routine in a group

 

Create complex and well-executed sequences that include a full range of movements including:

• travelling • balances • swinging • springing • flight • vaults • inversions • rotations • bending, stretching and twisting • gestures • linking skills.

 

Gymnastic Festival

Yoga

o   Use shape,

o   balance and travel.

o   Show control,

o   tension and

o   balance.

o   How to do the pose in pairs and in a group

 

Outdoor Week/Health and Fitness/Growth Mindset

Dance

Create routine with

a partner, exploring

actions to reflect the

music. Use unison

and cannon.

 

Compose creative and imaginative dance sequences.

• Perform expressively and hold a precise and strong body posture.

 

 

 

 

Invasion –

Basketball

Running forward

with the ball.

Defending as a

team. Tagging

opponents.

 

Yoga

o   Use shape,

o   balance and travel.

o   Show control,

o   tension and

o   balance.

o   Create a transition of 3 movements

o   Teach them how to breathe to the abdomen with the Yogic Diaphragmatic Breath.

 

 

Invasion – Football

Dribbling with the

ball. Attacking as a

team. Tackling

opponents safely.

 

 

 

Kwik Cricket

Organise team to

field. Choose what

shot to play. Use a

range of fielding

skills.

 

 

 

 

Athletics/Tennis

Sports day  events

 

Improve and sustain running speed and technique. Throw and jump with increased power.

 

 

End Points

·         To choose and apply body shapes and actions to create a routine in a group

 

·         To create complex and well executed sequences that include a full range of movements with a partner exploring actions to reflect the music. key steps Year 5 gymnastic routine (see diagram sheet)

 

·         To know there are different styles of dance

·         To know how to move with the ball in basketball (dribble, bounce, pass)

 

·         To pass the ball to another player on my team and choose and combine techniques in game situations (running, throwing, catching, passing, jumping, kicking)

 

·         To intercept a pass in football

·         To choose an appropriate way to pass the ball back to the bowler eg rolling the ball or under arm throw.

 

·         To keep the ball in the air for a minimum of 5 volleys and strike a bowled or volleyed ball with accuracy.

 

·         To explain the rules of quick cricket and field, defend and attack tactically.

 

 

 

Leadership skills/My Personal Best

Resilience and Integrity

(Healthy Me)

Responsibilty

(Healthy Me)

Co-operation

(Social Me)

Empathy

(Social Me)

Resourcefulness and reflection

(Thinking Me)

Decision making

(Thinking me)

End Points/Vocabulary Willing to have a go, persevere, trial different methods, learn from mistakes, bounce back from set-backs, set high standards, keep my word, behave consistently, put principles into action, make choices based on values Plan ahead, organise myself and belongings, complete tasks to the best of my ability, volunteer-not just for prestigious roles, Do as I am asked, share ideas and resources, help others, work towards a shared goal, put the groups interests above my own See things from other people’s perspectives, consider feelings, understand rather than make judgements, show you care about others. Adapt to suit situations, experiment with different methods, combine things to make new, use other resources and people to help, make positive suggestions, take time to think, examine details, listen to feedback, compare and contrast, consider possible effects. Balance reason(facts) and intuition (feelings), anticipate consequences, break complex decisions into smaller steps, reach a definite conclusion, take responsibility for choices
Year 6

Gymnastics

Select and apply

appropriate

balance, jumps and

rolls to create a

routine.

routine (see diagram sheet)

 

Gymnastic Festival

 

Yoga

o   Use shape,

o   balance and travel.

o   Show control,

o   tension and

o   balance.

o   Create a transition of  at least 4 movements

o   How to do the pose in pairs and in a group

o   The benefits of the yoga pose for their body and their mind

 

Outdoor Week/Health and Fitness/Growth Mindset

Dance

Use of character

and expression to

tell a story of the

song.

 

 

      Invasion -Basketball

Running forward

with the ball.

Defending as a

team. Tagging

opponents.

 

Yoga

Show control,

tension and

balance.

Create a transition of  at least 4 movements

Teach them how to breathe to the abdomen with the Yogic Diaphragmatic Breath.

 

 

 

Robinwood/Outdoor Residential

 

 

 

 

 

Invasion – Hockey

Understand the

rules of the game.

Work to attack and

defend as a team.

Use reverse stick

effectively.

 

 

Kwik Cricket

Organise team to

field. Choose what

shot to play. Use a

range of fielding

skills.

 

Mindfulness/Yoga

Relaxation techniques (specialist coach)

 

 

 

Athletics/Volleyball

Sports day  events

 

Explain good

athletic

performance.

Understand the

rules of certain

events.

Take a leading role in organising an event using their knowledge of sport

 

 

End Points

·         To know how to create a routine key steps Year 6 gymnastic routine (see diagram sheet)

·         To use balance, jumps and rolls

·         To develop flexibility, strength, technique, control and balance

 

·         To run forwards with a basketball

·         To intercept a pass

·         To use running, jumping, throwing and catching in isolation and in combination

 

·         To organise a team to field

·         To choose which shot to play

·         To play competitive games, modified where appropriate [for example: football, hockey, cricket, basketball and netball], and apply basic principles suitable for attacking and defending

 

Leadership skills/My Personal Best

Self discipline

(Healthy Me)

Self motivation

(Healthy Me)

Cooperation and Communication

(Social Me)

Communication and Encouragement

(Social Me)

Problem solving

(Thinking me)

Evaluation

 (Thinking Me)

End Points/Vocabulary Respect the rules, manage emotions, think about consequences, look at long term and short term effects, change the way you behave to get better results Be the best you can be, set goals, practise to improve, can work on your own, take initiative Do as asked, share ideas and resources, help others, work towards a shared goal, put group’s interests before own, pay attention with body and mind, listen to understand, speak clearly, with confidence, enthusiasm and conviction, adapt style and methods to suit situations, check we understand each other pay attention with body and mind, listen to understand, speak clearly, with confidence, enthusiasm and conviction, adapt style and methods to suit situations, check we understand each other, find out goals, identify challenges, reinforce strengths, offer practical solutions and help, act as a positive role model Ask questions to extend thinking, challenge own and others’ assumptions, generate ideas and explore possibilities, apply and adapt learning, try different solutions without fear of failure Refer to objectives and success criterias, identify strengths and areas for improvement, consider the evidence for and against, recognise ways to improve or develop, seek and provide constructive feedback
Skills KS2

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

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

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

·         Perform dances using a range of movement patterns.

·         Begin to compare their performances with previous ones and demonstrate improvement to achieve their personal best.

·         Perform dances using a range of movement patterns.

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

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

·         Play competitive games, modified where appropriate [for example: football, hockey, cricket, basketball and netball], and apply basic principles suitable for attacking and defending.

·         My Personal Best resource pack 2

 

 

Swimming, pupils should be taught to: swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres use a range of strokes effectively perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations.