Curriculum PE – Autumn Term 2019
All classes will be working on games (Hockey/netball in KS2) and dance and Multi skills and football (physical literacy) for KS1 and Reception.
In Class 1 we will begin the autumn term with games activities using beanbags improving our basic physical literacy skills linked to throwing, catching, aiming and balancing. We will use a variety of equipment spots, quoits, hoops, ladders and beanbags throughout the term as we understand how to move safely with others during PE. Later we will begin to respond to music as we begin our dance work – marching, galloping, creeping and being dinosaurs!
In Class 2 our work will begin with games based activities, including football skills and throwing and catching. Everyone then enjoys time to consolidate our physical literacy skills as we use multi skills sessions to work on our agility, balance and coordination. Our dance work will link to our literacy and books using Rainbow Fish and Penguin Small.
For the first time we will be using Cybercoach to link our dance work with fitness and IT in PE! We are really looking forward to this new challenge.
Class 3 will begin to play competitive games of hockey, looking at the basic principles of the games, including attacking and defending. Finally our dance work will include responding to the story of Giraffes Can’t Dance, using the language of dance plus Cybercoach fitness and dance workouts. A busy term ahead Class 3!
Class 4 , like Class 3 we will then work on our invasion games skills using netball skills and will focus on tactics for keeping the ball and taking it towards the opponent’s goal. We will look at effective marking of players and using space to attack and defend successfully during game play. Before the end of term we will then move onto our dance topic, linked to the sporting theme of rugby and the HAKA. We will also use martial arts workouts from Cyber coach to help our fitness levels building up to our Boxfit work in January.
Also this term –
- Please see our Clubs page to see the after school opportunities available this term.
- Class 4 will also undertake their Young Leader training so they can run Early Morning Activities, run Game of the Week and help Mrs Goldsmith.
- Look out for the PE Password and Muscle of the Month.
- Keep up to date with all PE and sporting information on the noticeboard in the corridor.
- Enjoy Track Time as we Race to Tokyo.
- Join in on Track Tuesdays.
- Remember to have your PE kits in school every day