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Marlborough Primary School

P.E.

                                                                                  

 

Marlborough Primary School

Physical Education KS 1 2019 - 2020

 

Intent

At Marlborough, our aim is to develop the children’s understanding of their body and the importance of keeping fit and healthy. The children will learn about keeping fit and healthy in fun, interactive ways to help them understand why sport is important in everyday life. The aim is to increase children’s interest in different sports for the future.

Throughout the sessions the children will focus on the 5 main areas of development:

  • Cognitive-
  • This is the child's ability to learn and solve problems. 
  • Allowing the children to have their own ideas and be able to show and develop them throughout the lessons.
  • Linking actions together to develop the skills that are being taught.
  • Social and Emotional-
  • This is the child's ability to interact with others, including helping themselves and self-control.
  • Allowing the children to develop connections throughout the lessons during team games.
  • Giving the children responsibility and allowing children to express themselves during the lessons.
  • Speech and language-
  • This is the child's ability to both understand and use language.
  • The children will learn and use the correct terminology for each topic and sport.
  • When working as a team they will develop efficient and effective communication skills
  • Fine Motor-
  • This is the child's ability to use small muscles, specifically their hands and fingers, to pick up small objects, hold a spoon, turn pages in a book, or use a crayon to draw.
  • Throughout the different topics, the children will learn to use different techniques and methods to help with the development of skills
  • Gross Motor-
  • This is the child's ability to use large muscles. 
  • Different sports require different parts of the body to be used. The children will learn what parts of the body should be used and when for each skill.

 

  • The aim is to teach the children different skills that they would not normally learn in the classroom.
  • Allowing the children to express themselves and give them the freedom to develop skills in the ways that they want to.
  • Allowing the children to develop the different movements that can be used with the body.
  • Develops self-awareness and understands how to control movements
  • During lessons where practical PE is not able to happen there will be theory lessons which aim to improve the children’s awareness of their bodies and how to look after them.

 

Implementation

 

KS1 aims to develop the core and basic skills that will be needed in the future years of development.

During the development of the PE lessons, the Government guidelines are being followed and implemented into the plans.

 

  • Cognitive-
  • Throughout PE lessons the children will need to remember instructions and being given problems and challenges to solve and face.
  • The children will have time during the lessons to think of their own methods and ways to remember the information being given to them.

 

  • Social and Emotional-
  • During PE lessons the children will be developing their teamwork, leadership and communication skills which will help with the children’s confidence for the future.
  • During team games, the children will need to communicate effectively to pass information quickly. This will link in with their speech and language development.

 

  • Speech and language-
  • This will be taught throughout the PE lessons by teaching vocabulary that can be used to describe different movements and skills. This will also help to improve the child’s understanding of the different terms that are used during the lessons.
  • During the team games when the children need to communicate with each other they will need to process information and relay it on to the next person.
  • They will need to know the terminology and know what the terminology means to allow for effective communication.

 

  • Fine Motor-
  • In PE the children will be using the smaller muscles to help grasp the rackets and balls in their hands. At the beginning and at the end of PE the children will need to dress themselves and they are going to need to be able to type shoelaces and do buttons upon their tops.

 

  • Gross Motor-
  • In PE the children will be using the larger muscles in the body for movement, power and stability. They will need the larger muscles to complete movements such as: extending the arm during a throw, extending and flexing the muscles within the legs during different movements such as jumping and running.

 

  • The theory lessons will be in the form of interactive presentations which the children can get involved in. They will also have worksheets that the children can fill in over the course of the lessons and this will allow them to develop their own understanding of the work in their own way. They will learn about: healthy eating, healthy lifestyles, their body and the different functions and the different types of sports that they are going to be learning about the different values involved.
  • There will be an expectation that the children treat the lessons like any other lessons they have.
  • They will be expected to show the same behaviour they show during the classroom lessons.
  • The children will be tested throughout the lessons to see if they are able to remember the information given to them during the lesson.
  • The children will have time to practice the skills during the lesson and will have time to ask any questions to help develop their learning further.

The younger years will need more time to practice, therefore repetition throughout lessons is key to them fully understanding what they will need to do.

 

Impact

 

This aims to improve the fitness and wellbeing of the children and their understanding of how to do this from a young age. Throughout the lessons, our aim is to motivate the children to use the different skills that they have learnt. During the lessons, the children are motivated to work independently and discover different ways of learning and remembering that works for them. We aim to develop skills that are not just needed during PE lessons but can be used throughout the children’s education and later life.

 

Physical Education KS 2 2019 - 2020

 

Intent

At Marlborough, our aim is to develop the children’s understanding of their body and the importance of keeping fit and healthy. The children will learn about keeping fit and healthy in fun, interactive ways to help them understand why sport is important in everyday life. The aim is to increase children’s interest in different sports for the future.

Throughout the sessions the children will focus on different areas of development:

  • Technique-
  • A particular method of doing an activity.
  • Every sport that the children work on throughout the year will involve them learning new techniques for different skills.
  • Co-ordination-
  • The ability to use different parts of the body together smoothly and efficiently.
  • The children will develop their coordination throughout the different sports that they will learn.
  • Teamwork-
  • The combined action of a group, especially when effective and efficient.
  • Communication-
  • a process by which information is exchanged between individuals through a common system of symbols, signs, or behaviour.

 

  • The aim is to teach the children different skills that they would not normally learn in the classroom.
  • Allowing the children to express themselves and give them the freedom to develop skills in the ways that they want to.
  • Allowing the children to develop the different movements that can be used with the body.
  • Develops self-awareness and understands how to control movements.

During lessons where practical PE is not able to happen there will be theory lessons which aim to improve the children’s awareness of their bodies and how to look after them.

 

Implementation

  • Technique- during the lessons the children are going to be taught the correct methods of how to do the different skills and then will be given time to practice and memorise the correct technique.
  • Co-ordination- the children are constantly tested with their coordination when learning the different skills as they need to be able to move and connect the different parts of the body to work together.
  • Teamwork- during the lessons the children work together a lot of the time to develop their skills and increase their confidence within the sport.
  • Communication- the children when working during lessons are going to need to show that they are listening and are able to follow instructions. The staff will also need to show that they are able to listen and take on board what the children are saying and showing that they are being listened to without feeling embarrassed if they have a question that they may not want to ask in front of the whole class. When playing team game or working for I groups in lessons it is important that the children are communicating so that they all know what they are doing and know what different roles they all have
  • The children will be developing different skills during different sports and these will help classes outside of PE lessons.

The children will be taking part in sports such as dance which will allow the children to express themselves through this media.

 

Impact

This aims to improve the fitness and wellbeing of the children and their understanding of how to do this from a young age. Throughout the lessons, our aim is to motivate the children to use the different skills that they have learnt. During the lessons, the children are motivated to work independently and discover different ways of learning and remembering that works for them. We aim to develop skills that are not just needed during PE lessons but can be used throughout the children’s education and later life. The PE aims to motivate the individuals as they go off to new schools to stay interested in sport and to actively want to participate in the different activities.

 

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