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Lilleshall Primary School

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Physical Education

We give the children a broad and balanced curriculum of physical activities including gymnastics, dance, athletics, games and swimming. We aim to make sport enjoyable and accessible to all children regardless of ability and gender. Whatever the pursuit, sport supports essential team building skills and helps to maintain fitness and vigour, self-esteem and confidence. We aim to provide two hours of curriculum PE a week.

 

We are fortunate in having a large games field and hall furnished with wall bars, gymnastics apparatus and mats.

 

We provide swimming for years 3, 4, 5 & 6. The children also learn about safety in the water.

 

Children in year 6 have the opportunity to attend an annual residential visit to Arthog Outdoor Educational Centre, where they take part in outdoor and adventurous activities, which are organised and supervised by qualified members of site staff.

 

We provide a variety opportunities to attend sporting afterschool clubs. Over the last twelve months we have offered a range of clubs including: football, netball, tennis, running, New Age kurling, boccia and many more!

 

School Sports Games Mark

We are extremely proud to have been awarded the highest award available- Platinum in the school games mark, together we have worked very hard to achieve this award. Through this award children are given the opportunity to compete in a range of different sports representing Lilleshall Primary School.

“The School Games Mark is a government led awards scheme launched in 2012 to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community.”

To find out more about the scheme please visit https://www.yourschoolgames.com/ ...

 

PE Curriculum

As a school we follow this yearly provision plan. This coverage ensures all children are provided with a range of different sporting activities that enable our children to develop the key skills required (see below).

 

Blue: Each year group has sessions lead by qualified sports coaches; 1 term of football coaching and 1/2 a term of tennis coaching (Year 2 has a full year of tennis coaching). Other additional coaching sessions may be added throughout the year.

 

Lilleshall Primary School

PE Provision Yearly Overview

 

 

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

Year 1

Gymnastics

Gymnastics

Gymnastics

Dance

Dance

Athletics

Tag-Rugby

Tag-Rugby

Football

Football

Tennis

Athletics

 

Year 2

Gymnastics

Gymnastics

Football

Football

Dance

Athletics

Tennis

Tennis

Tennis

Tennis

Tennis

Tennis

 

Year 3

Gymnastics

Gymnastics

Gymnastics

Cricket

Football

Football

Hockey

Tennis

Hockey

Swimming

Dance

Athletics

 

Year 4

Gymnastics

Gymnastics

Gymnastics

Dance

Football

Football

Tag-Rugby

Tag-Rugby

Tennis

Swimming

Rounders

Athlletics

 

Year 5

Gymnastics

Gymnastics

Gymnastics

Dance

Tennis

Hockey

Football

Football

Swimming

Cricket

Hockey

Athletics

 

Year 6

Tennis

Gymnastics

Gymnastics

Dance

Rounders

Rounders

Football

Football

Swimming

Tag-Rugby

Tag-Rugby

Athletics

 

 

Physical Education Skills Progression

To ensure skill progression in Physical Education through the school we use the document below. These skills are split into three milestones (Year 1 & 2, Year 3 & 4, Year 5 & 6). The colour coding illustrates which skill will be covered in each PE area, meaning children have two years to master a skill, before moving onto a new skill in the next milestone. This is part of our mastery curriculum, where children have time to revisit and develop skills in order to become ‘masters’ in this skill.

Greater in-year progression for individual year groups can be accessed through ‘Power of PE’, due to copywrite laws this cannot be published- please contact School if you require more information.

Lilleshall Primary School

PE Milestone Skill Progression

 

Sport where skill will be achieved/targeted...

Gymnastics

 

Dance

 

Invasion (Football/Tag-rugby/Hockey)

 

Net/Wall (Tennis)

 

Striking & Fielding (Rounders/Cricket)

 

Athletics

 

 

P.E. Milestone  – Year 1 & 2

 

One foot balance

 

 

Walking along a straight line

 

 

Front Support (Body supported by hands and feet)

 

 

Sideways Roll

 

 

Underarm throw

 

 

Overarm throw

 

 

Two handed catch

 

 

Kick the ball

 

 

Dribble the ball with alternate hands

 

 

Run, forwards, backwards, sideways

All

Hop forwards

 

 

Horizontal jump

 

 

Side step

All

Skipping – two footed jump to a rhyme.

All

 

P.E. Milestone - Year 3 & 4

 

One foot balance on a narrow block

 

 

 

Walking along a raised platform (bench, gymnastic box)

 

 

 

Front Support with two points of contact

 

 

 

Forward and backward rolls

 

 

 

Underarm throw, with accuracy and power

 

 

 

Overarm throw, with accuracy and power

 

 

 

One handed catch, either hand

 

 

 

Kick the ball, towards a target

 

 

 

Dribble the ball, with control

 

 

 

Hit a stationary ball

 

 

 

Dribble the ball with alternate hands

 

 

 

Run, understanding the difference between sprinting and jogging different distances.

 

 

 

Running shuttles, turning in different directions

 

 

 

5 different jumps:

Two feet to two feet

Two feet to one foot

One foot to two feet

One foot to one foot (same side)

One foot to one foot (opposite side)

 

 

 

Side step, including receiving an object and/or throwing an object

 

 

 

Skipping – maintaining over a certain time period (2 minutes)

Can explore foot patterns while skipping, crossing feet, travelling, and hopping form one foot to another.

 

 

 

Horizontal jump, to touch a target, to a catch an object

 

 

 

Create movement to music stimuli

 

 

 

 

 

P.E. Milestone - Year 5 & 6

 

One foot balance on a narrow block holding for 5-10 seconds develop into a movement sequence

 

 

 

Walking along a raised platform (bench, gymnastic box)  into a movement sequence

 

 

 

Front Support with two points of contact, holding for 5-10 seconds develop into a movement sequence

 

 

 

Forward and backward rolls into a movement sequence

 

 

 

Underarm throw, with accuracy and power in a dynamic situation

 

 

 

Overarm throw, with accuracy and power in a dynamic situation

 

 

 

One handed catch, either hand in a dynamic situation

 

 

 

Kick the ball, towards a target in a dynamic situation

 

 

 

Dribble the ball, with control in a dynamic situation

 

 

 

Hit a moving ball

 

 

 

Dribble the ball with alternate hands to avoid defence

 

 

 

Run, understanding the difference between sprinting and jogging different distances.

 

 

 

Running shuttles, turning in different directions, to gain space, avoid a defender.

 

 

 

5 different jumps:

Two feet to two feet

Two feet to one foot

One foot to two feet

One foot to one foot (same side)

One foot to one foot (opposite side)

Applying into a dynamic situation.

 

 

 

Side step, including receiving an object and/or throwing an object in a dynamic situation

 

 

 

Skipping – maintaining over a certain time period (4 minutes)

Can demonstrate foot patterns while skipping, crossing feet, travelling, and hopping from one foot to another.

 

 

 

Horizontal jump, to touch a target, to a catch an object in a dynamic situation

 

 

 

Create movement, sequences to music stimuli, using a range of travel.

 

 

 

Delivering and/or leading a lesson, or a game situation.

All

Understand game principles: Attack, defence, teamwork strategy, creativity

 

 

 

Teamwork, working together to achieve a goal

 

 

 

Create and perform dance and gymnastic routines

 

 

 

Winning and losing, Sportsmanship, emotional response

All

 

Swimming Milestones

Year 3

Swim 25m without putting my feet down.

To have experience of: front crawl and backstroke.

Year 4

Swim 25m without putting my feet down.

To have experience of and refine: front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke.

Year 5

Swim 25m without stopping or putting my feet down.

To have experience of and refine: front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke.

To have experience of being able to get myself to the side safely and get out of the water without the use of steps (self-rescue).

Year 6

Swim 25m without stopping or putting my feet down.

To refine being able to get myself to the side safely and get out of the water without the use of steps (self-rescue).

 

Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural Development
At Lilleshall Primary School we want all children to be encouraged to develop their Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural awareness through each Curriculum. For more information see the appropriate PDF document on the below page:
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