PE Curriculum 2018-2019

YearAutumn (1)Autumn (2)Spring (1)Spring (2) Summer (1)Summer (2)
ReceptionMulti SkillsMulti SkillsMulti SkillsMulti Skills
Year 1Multi SkillsMulti Skills (with Net & Wall focus)GymnasticsOutdoor Adventure ActivitiesAthleticsStriking & Fielding
Year 2Invasion Games Net & WallGymnasticsOutdoor Adventure ActivitiesAthleticsStriking & Fielding
Year 3TEACHER LEDTEACHER LEDRugby (Salford Reds) SwimmingSwimmingSwimming
Year 4MUFCMUFCLacrosseRugby (Salford Reds) TEACHER LEDAthletics & intra school games
Year 5LacrosseTEACHER LEDMUFCMUFCTEACHER LEDAthletics & intra school games
Year 6Gaelic FootballLacrosseTEACHER LEDTEACHER LEDMUFCMUFC

Premier Sport

Reception and KS1 are very lucky to have their P.E. lessons taught by Premier Sport.

Who are Premier Sport?

Premier Sport is the UK’s largest children’s coaching company of its kind, successfully delivering more than 25,000 sport and physical activity sessions every month. Premier Sport works closely with 15% of all Primary Schools in England helping to inspire children to live a healthy, fit and fun life. Premier Sport staff are all National Governing Body qualified in the activities they are delivering. Added to this all staff have DBS checks and are trained in first aid and safeguarding.

For more information regarding Premier Sport visit our website www.premier-education.com

What do Premier Sport cover in each P.E unit?

Invasion Games (Team Sports) – Our activity objectives over the half term are:

Skills of travel, send, chase, receive, avoid, dodge, control; awareness of other players

Experience a variety of games equipment; practicing in trios; competition, simple rules and tactics for attacking and defending

Develop making up simple games, playing (net/wall, striking, goal scoring), playing these games – alone/pairs/groups

Net & Wall (Tennis, Badminton) – Our activity objectives over the half term are:

Skills of travel, send, chase, receive, control; awareness of space and partner

Experience a variety of games equipment; practicing with a partner; competition, simple rules

Develop simple games (net/wall, striking, goal scoring), playing these games – alone/with a partner

Gymnastics – Our activity objectives over the half term are:

Skills of travelling, stillness, balance, turning, rolling, climbing, swinging, weight on hands, placing apparatus, jumping

Experience consolidating work identified in this section from previous work, adapting and improving control of actions

Develop and consolidate work identified in this section from Year One with emphasis in repeating sequences of movements, linking activities on floor/apparatus, using pupils’ own choices to link skills and actions in short movement phrases

Outdoor Adventure Activities – Our activity objectives over the half term are:

Skills of travelling, climbing, jumping, chasing, independence, cooperation, taking turns, handling small apparatus safely

Experience large apparatus, playground markings, and a range of small equipment

Develop an awareness of basic safety practices, outdoor space, sharing with different age groups and fair play

Athletics – Our activity objectives over the half term are:

Skills of running, throwing, jumping, direction, control, accuracy and distance

Experience indoor/outdoor areas, competition and games, variety of activities and equipment which stimulate skill and learning development

Develop an understanding of safe practice linked to the activities

Striking & Fielding (Cricket, Rounders) – Our activity objectives over the half term are:

Skills of hand eye coordination, catching, throwing

Experience teamwork, learning and following rules, competing fairly

Develop an understanding different roles e.g. batting, fielding, score keeping.

 

Lunch Clubs

Premier Sport offer lunch time provision across the whole week, to all classes from Reception to Year 6. Each class spends an allotted time with one of our coaches where they will have access to a variety of games, sports and team building exercises.

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