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Sports and Well-being

PE Kit

Children should come to school in their outdoor PE kit on their PE day. This will mitigate the additional Covid risk involved in changing and bringing belongings backwards and forwards from school. 

For outdoor PE, in addition to the usual white T-shirt and black shorts, children may wear blue or black jogging bottoms and a long sleeved top or a blue or black tracksuit. Trainers may also be worn for outdoor P.E.

 

PE Timetable 

Each class will have their own zone on the playground so that pods do not cross. 

 

9.15-10.15

10.45- 11.45

1.15-2.15

2.15-3.15

Monday

 

 

2F/2S

6S

Tuesday

 

EYFS

EYFS

6W

Wednesday

 

 

1S/1H

3A

Thursday

 

 

4B/4M

3N

Friday

 

 

5H/5SH

 

 

Curriculum

 

Autumn Term 2020 has been organised to comply with Government Covid-19 Guidance and St Mary’s Risk Assessments. All PE will take place outside and will begin with 1 hour per week progressing to 2 hours per week in Spring term- space and guidance permitting.  Coverage takes into account skills, knowledge and understanding missed during Summer Term 2020 and aims to rapidly close gaps in learning. Where equipment is needed, this is shared across a single year group and cleaned after each session. Cleaning materials have been provided.

 

Physical Education is a key aspect in promoting healthy bodies and healthy brains[1], therefore teachers will use PE lessons as an additional opportunity to build upon key life skills, as defined by Youth Sport Trust and ‘My Personal Best’[2], such as confidence, resilience and empathy, as part of our whole school response to Covid-19.

 

[1] https://www.youthsporttrust.org/thisispe-and-why-its-important

 https://www.youthsporttrust.org/news/more-630000-children-supported-have-better-wellbeing-through-sport-play

 

[2] https://www.youthsporttrust.org/mypersonalbest

Indoor PE will be added when it is safe to do so.

 

Autumn

Spring

Summer

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

EYFS

Outside

Multi Skills/Athletics

(Baseline)

 

Running races and obstacle races (with regular cleaning in place) to assess running and control and coordination with movement.

 

Opportunities for children to explore moving in different ways- large hoops for children to jump in, carpet tiles to hop onto or playground markings to move over in different ways (tip-toe over the stars, jump over the circles)

Hoops only used by EYFS- ensure cleaning once used.

 

Multi-skills/Althletics

To observe the effects of activity on their bodies.

 

To begin to move freely and with pleasure and confidence in a range of ways, such as walking, running, jumping, skipping and hopping.

 

To being to run and negotiate space avoiding obstacles.

Developing Fundamental Movement Skills

 

Locomotion Skills

 

Developing Fundamental Movement Skills

 

Object Control

 

Developing Fundamental Movement Skills

 

Locomotion Skills

 

Developing Fundamental Movement Skills

 

Object Control

Year 1

Outside

Traditional Games

 

Learn and play traditional playground games. Move confidently in a range of ways, safely negotiating space

 

Athletics

 

Develop good techniques in Running, Jumping and throwing events

 

Beanbags only used by Year 1- ensure cleaning once used.

 

 

 

Extending Fundamental Movement Skills

 

Locomotion Skills

 

 

 

Extending Fundamental Movement Skills

 

Object Control

 

Throwing and Catching –

 

Aiming Games

Develop dynamic balance skills

Linking Object Control and Locomotion skills

Bat/Ball Skills and Games –

 

Skipping

Develop dynamic balance skills

Linking Object Control and Locomotion skills

 

Year 2

Outside

Athletics

 

Running and Jumping in competitive situations

 

Athletics

 

Running, Jumping, Throwing in competitive situations- creating our own games.

Tennis balls only used by Year 2- ensure cleaning once used.

 

 

 

 

Using Fundamental Movement Skills

 in small games

 

Throwing and Catching – Aiming

Dribbling and Kicking

Using Fundamental Movement Skills in small games

 

Dribbling, Kicking and Scoring

Hitting Games

 

Making Up Games with a Partner –

 

 Aiming, Dribbling, Kicking and Hitting

Introduction to Rules

 

Small-Sided Group Games

 

Understand simple strategies / tactics of attacking and defending

 

Year 3

Outside

Athletics

Running, Jumping and Hitting a Target in  competitive situations

 

Beanbags only used by Year 3- ensure cleaning once used.

 

Outdoor and Adventurous Activities

Orienteering

 

 

Ball Skills

 

Passing and Receiving through small sided games

(Invasion Games)

 

How and when to pass

 

Movement off and on the ball

Create Ball Games

 

Inventing Rules and ways to

Scoring

 

Net, Court and Wall Games

 

Creating spacial awareness – moving to receive a pass (timing of runs, use of space to pass / receive)

Striking and Fielding Games

 

Hitting into space, bowling and fielding techniques

Strategies / Tactics used

 

Year 4

Outside

Athletics

 

Styles of Running, Jumping and Hitting a target.

 

Performance and evaluation during competitions

 

Tennis balls only used by Year 4- ensure cleaning once used.

Leadership

 

Young Leader Training and Sports Crew

Problem solving and inventing games (Invasion)

 

Rules

Scoring

Simple Tactics in Attack and Defence

Coping with winning and losing

Etiquette.

Invasion Games

 

Small sided games developing attacking and defending tactics i.e. keeping width and overload in attack. Marking players in defending situations i.e. get goal side.

 

Net, Court and Wall Games

 

Small sided games developing attacking and defending tactics: How to use space effectively.

Tennis – basic strokes techniques and simple scoring process (LTA Mini-Red)

Volleyball – basic actions i.e. Dig, Spike/Volley and Smash (use low net/barrier)

 

 

 

 

Striking and Fielding Games

 

Scoring

Reinforce batting and fielding techniques

Tactics of where to throw the ball i.e. to which wicket or post

Footwork to hit / bat into space

How to run between wickets / posts

Communication between players / runners

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Year 5

Outside

Athletics

Peer Assessment and Performance

 

Long Jumping

Running short and medium distances – maintain speed

Throwing – Javelin.

 

Javelin only used by Year 5- ensure cleaning once used.

Outdoor Adventurous Activity

 

Small Groups Orienteering Competitions

 

 

 

 

Invasion and Target

 

Small-sided Games 2 v 2; 3 v 3; 4 v 4; 5 v 5; 6 v 6:

Over-load Games

6 v 4; 5 v 3; 4 v 2 etc

 Retain possession

Multi-Gate / Goal games

 

Invasion Games (Implement and Kicking)

 

Small-sided Games 2 v 2; 3 v 3; 4 v 4; 5 v 5; 6 v 6:

Over-load Games

6 v 4; 5 v 3; 4 v 2 etc

 Retain possession

Multi-Gate / Goal games

 

Striking and Fielding Games

 

Small-sided Games

Kwik Cricket

Rounders

French Cricket

Softball

Tri-Golf

 

Uses ‘lives’ to enable lots of opportunities for batting / striking – possibly lose a run if rather than sit out

 

Net, Court and Wall Games

 

Possible Games:

Tennis

Badminton

Table-Tennis

Volleyball

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Year 6

Outside

Athletics

 

Running, Jumping and Throwing-Discus.  Performance and Evaluation.

 

Discus only used by Year 6- ensure cleaning once used.

Outdoor and Adventurous Activities

 

Orienteering / Map Reading

 

Climbing / Abseiling

*Guidance permitting

Net, court and wall games

(volleyball and tennis)

Small-sided Games

Lead into Competition

Competition can be different each week i.e. Ladder, Round Robin OR run a League over two or three weeks

 

Pupils should experience being Manager / Coach

Umpire / Referee

Maintain scores / league table

Invasion

(Hockey and Football)

Small-sided Games

Lead into Competition

 

Competition can be different each week i.e. Ladder, Round Robin OR run a League over two or three weeks

 

Pupils should experience being Manager / Coach

Umpire / Referee

Maintain scores / league table

 

Invasion Games

(Hockey and Football)

Small-sided Games

Lead into Competition

 

Competition can be different each week i.e. Ladder, Round Robin OR run a League over two or three weeks

 

Pupils should experience being Manager / Coach

Umpire / Referee

Maintain scores / league table

Striking and Fielding Games

(Cricket and Rounders OR Tri-Golf)

 

Competition can be different each week i.e. Ladder, Round Robin OR run a League over two or three weeks

 

Pupils should experience being Manager / Coach

Umpire / Referee

Maintain scores / league table

 

 

Key:

Games     Athletics        OAA     Leadership

 

Remote Learning Strategy in case of Full/Partial Lockdown or Isolation Procedures

 

Children are encouraged to continue to log activity on the Get Set Tokyo website and take part in the activities shared online at www.getset.co.uk/travel-tokyo.

 

St Mary’s takes part in the weekly School Games Competition. All children are registered to this at https://www.sgochallenge.com/ with the invite code hamstead and can input their results. Each week focuses on a different sport with 3 different activities with ideas to adapt the activities, so that they are inclusive for all.

 

Weekly Home PE Timetables will be shared on the school website.

 

 

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