Summer Term 2018 

In Class 1 we will begin the summer term learning about bat and balls skills before we move onto Run, Jump, Throw as we work on our basic physical literacy skills linked to athletics. We will use a variety of equipment, hurdles, spots, quoits, hoops and ropes throughout the summer term and look forward to using the field for our lessons. Learning how to play a basic tag game and hitting a ball with a bat will complete the term along with using a skipping rope, hoop and our favourite- parachute games! As our first sports day approaches in June we will plan and practise our race!

Later in the summer term we will challenge ourselves with a week of Balanceability.

In Class 2 we are also moving onto basic athletics skills including throwing foam javelins, bin bag hammers and running over hurdles. We will learn the various types of throws using balls, beanbags and quoits. Before this we will focus on our bat and balls skills with our visiting tennis coach Emily. Everyone then enjoys time to consolidate our physical literacy skills, tag games and learning how to play a basic game of rounders.

Class 3 will spend the start of term working on their badminton skills and responding to the basic tactics needed in net/wall games. Moving onto athletics we will look at the differences in running for speed and for distance, looking at how to judge and keep a steady pace. We will throw both for distance and for accuracy using bin bag hammers, quoits, beanbags, tennis balls and foam javelins. Coach Ron will be joining us to help us focus on our athletic techniques especially with hurdling, javelin and shot.

Our games work will use a range of skills linked to cricket and rounders; throwing, striking, intercepting and stopping a ball with growing control and accuracy.

Class 4 will begin the term completing their volleyball work, learning all the techniques needed to play the game. They are working towards the English School Athletics Awards and their athletics work will include; choosing the best pace for a running event, showing control at take off in jumping activities, accuracy and good technique when throwing for distance as well as always looking to improve on a personal target.

Finally playing competitive games of cricket and rounders will lead us to looking at striking a bowled ball, applying rule consistently and fairly and understanding how to implement and use a range of tactics during a game. Also how can we identify our own strengths and then suggest ways to improve. Plus a whole term of swimming at Diss Pool. Plenty to do Class 4!

We also will join together for “Bring your wheels week” and National School Sports Week activities, leading to our annual School Games day linked to the School Games values.

 Please click here to view a copy of the new National Curriculum 2014 for KS1 & 2 PE – PRIMARY_national_curriculum_-_Physical_educationPlease click here to view our whole school PE schedule for 2017-18 – PE schedules 2017.18

Please click here for our PE curriculum map for Autumn Term 1 2017 – Curriculum map Aut1 2017

Please click here for our PE curriculum map for Autumn Term 2 2017 – Curriculum map Aut2 2017

Please click here for our PE curriculum map for Spring Term 1 2018 – Curriculum map spr1 2018

Please click here for our PE curriculum map for Spring Term 2 2018 – Curriculum map spr2 2018

Please click here for our PE curriculum map for Summer Term 1 2018 – Curriculum map sum1 2018

Please click here for our PE curriculum map for Summer Term 2 2018 – Curriculum map sum2 2018

Please visit out Sports Premium Funding page to read our PE and Sport Development Plan for 2017-18 linked to our Sports Premium Funding. –