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Physical Education Vision

Strapline –

PE: developing the whole child

Rivelin Vision Statement:

Physical Education at Heritage park is used as a strategy to positively develop the whole child.

This is achieved through inspiring all students to develop a love of movement and the joys of participating in individual and team sorts. Physical education gives students the opportunity to participate in a range of games, physical activities and sports, inspiring students to develop their social, emotional and communicational skills. The curriculum ensures students develop their fundamental movement skills through “playing” in a range of physical activities. Beyond physical literacy, the students will learn how to communicate more effectively with each other, how to participate with others in physical activities and develop their understanding of how to transfer these skills to other situations. Lessons will focus on teamwork, leadership and communication skills, giving students the opportunity to play and have fun, while learning essential skills for secondary school and life.

Sheaf Vision Statement

Physical Education is a vehicle to develop the ‘whole’ person, offering an appropriate curriculum with outstanding teaching, which will influence Qualifications, Social Capital and Skills for Work & Life.

Physical Education can provide an opportunity for students to develop a thirst for learning and cultivate a maturity for students to become independent enquirers. Physical Education’s culture is aspirational, creates opportunities for overcoming challenges and being fit & healthy. Physical Education enables students to develop physical competency and an understanding which improves awareness of health and fitness. Our curriculum will teach students the values of fairness and respect and will encourage students to develop better social, communication and emotional skills.

Rivelin end points:

  • Students experience team/individual sports with the opportunity to compete though a broad and varied range of sports/physical activities that follow logical progression
  • Students have the opportunity to learn how to be part of a team and cooperate with others.
  • Students develop their communication, social and emotional skills.
  • Students begin to build on an understanding of why Warming up and Cooling Down is important.

Loxley end points:

  • Students experience team/individual sports with the opportunity to compete though a broad and varied range of sports/physical activities that follow logical progression
  • Students have the opportunity to learn how to be part of a team and cooperate with others.
  • Students develop their communication, social and emotional skills.
  • Students begin to build on an understanding of why Warming up and Cooling Down is important.
  • Increased understanding around the importance of leading a healthy active lifestyle.

Sheaf end points:

  • Students experience team/individual sports with the opportunity to compete though a broad and varied range of sports/physical activities that follow logical progression
  • Students have the opportunity to learn how to be part of a team and cooperate with others.
  • Students develop their communication, social and emotional skills.
  • Students begin to build on an understanding of why Warming up and Cooling Down is important.
  • Increased understanding around the importance of leading a healthy active lifestyle.
  • An understanding of how to evaluate their own and other performances and provide effective feedback.
  • To understand and be able to demonstrate skills of an effective leader.
  • To be a more rounded and “whole” person.

Domains

There are 4 main domains in Physical Education which are:

  • Physical Domain – Physical component of learning and includes aspects of movement, coordination and motor or physical skills.
  • Cognitive Domain – Centred on intelligence and developing new knowledge and mental skills. Knowledge and understanding of healthy and active lifestyles, awareness of rules and tactics, feedback and reflection and understanding how to perform.
  • Social Domain - leadership, working with peers, treating others with sensitivity, playing by the rules and communication.
  • Affective Domain - Focused on emotional learning and development. Motivation, confidence, self-esteem and engagement (study.com/academy/lesson/domains-of-learning-in-physical-education-programs)

Domains of Knowledge:

  • Team games – Football/Basketball/Handball
  • Individual Games – Tennis/Badminton
  • Other competitive sports – Swimming/Boxing/Climbing
  • OAA – Exploring of countryside/DofE
  • Theoretical knowledge – How the body works/functions of the muscular system.
  • Leading others – Communication skills/role model – demonstrations.
  • Leading Healthy Lifestyles – How to lead healthy/active lifestyles/
  • Managing behaviour “through” sport – channelling emotions in physical activity/

Rivelin Key Concepts

Key Propositional Knowledge

Key Procedural Knowledge

Key Concepts:

 

PE is a curriculum that enables students to build confidence, self-esteem, relationships, communication skills, leadership qualities and much more, therefore it is vital that all students engage in two hours of practical lessons per week and are encouraged to lead a healthy and active lifestyle outside of school.

 

Students will know:

 

Importance of Warming up:

 

·         Raises heart rate.

·         Increase in body temperature

·         Prevents the risk of injury.

 

Importance of Cooling Down after Physical Activity:

 

·         Enables the body to be brought back down to a resting state

·         Gradually lowers heart rate

·         Gradually lowers body temperature

·         Reduces breathing rate

 

Sportsmanship and teamwork:

 

“Sportsmanship is found in every level of every sport. It is the common theme that unites not only the players but the teams; and its effects are felt long after the final whistle blows”

 

Sportsmanship has many strands. Throughout the year, students will be taught how having good sportsmanship is about:

 

·         Building character, teamwork, inclusion, discipline, kindness, resilience, perseverance, respect ,empathy and sympathy towards others, pride, success and defeat.

 

Knowledge of Rules of Play:

 

Knowledge of rules in team sports such as: Basketball, Football, Handball (Adapted rules)

Knowledge of Individual Sports such as; Tennis, Fitness, Athletics, Dance & Climbing (Adapted rules)

 

 

Subject Specific Knowledge

 

Students will be able to:

 

·         Develop technique in a range of team sports:

 

         -       Football, Handball, Basketball.

-          Types of Passing / Attacking / Defending / Shooting.

-          Play effectively as a team

 

 

·         Develop technique in a range of Individual Sports:

 

-          Dance, Tennis, Fitness, Climbing.

-          Basic shapes / Co-ordination / Fluency.

-          Develop as individual competitor.

 

·         Communicate effectively

 

Displaying forms of verbal and non-verbal communication

 

·         Display tactical awareness

 

Demonstrate a knowledge of tactics.

-          Attacking and defensive play.

 

·         Leadership

 

-          Be a positive role model to others.

Loxley Key concepts

Key Propositional Knowledge

Key Procedural Knowledge

Key Concepts:

PE is a curriculum that enables students to build confidence, self-esteem, relationships, communication skills, leadership qualities and much more, therefore it is vital that all students engage in two hours of practical lessons per week and are encouraged to lead a healthy and active lifestyle outside of school.

Students will know:

 

Importance of Warming up and Physical Benefits:

·         Raises heart rate to allow blood flow to increase to pump efficiently around the body providing oxygen to muscles.

·         Three phases of a warm up: Pulse raiser, stretches, sport specific activity.

·         Increase in body temperature

·         Increase in flexibility of muscles which prevents the risk of injury.

 

Importance of Cooling Down after Physical Activity:

·         Enables the body to be brought back down to a resting state

·         Gradually lowers heart rate

·         Gradually lowers body temperature

·         Reduces breathing rate

·         Removes waste products such as lactic acid

 

Sportsmanship and teamwork:

“Sportsmanship is found in every level of every sport. It is the common theme that unites not only the players but the teams; and its effects are felt long after the final whistle blows”

 

Sportsmanship has many strands. Throughout the year, students will be taught how having good sportsmanship is about:

 

·         Building character, teamwork, inclusion, discipline, kindness, resilience, perseverance, respect for players/coaches/officials, positive attitude, acceptance of rules and decisions, ability to follow rules, empathy and sympathy towards others, pride, success and defeat.

 

Knowledge of Rules of Play:

Knowledge of rules in team sports such as: Basketball, Football, Handball (Adapted)

Knowledge of Individual Sports such as; Tennis, Fitness, Athletics & Climbing (Adapted)

 

 

 

 


Subject Specific Knowledge

 

 

Students will be able to:

 

·         Develop technique in a range of team sports:

 

         -       Football, Handball, Basketball.

-          Types of Passing / Attacking / Defending / Shooting.

-          Play effectively as a team demonstrating knowledge learnt of rules, positions, tactics, approaches.

 

·         Develop technique in a range of Individual Sports:

 

-          Trampolining, Tennis, Fitness, Climbing.

-          Basic shapes / Co-ordination / Fluency.

-          Develop as individual competitor

 

·         Communicate effectively

 

Displaying forms of verbal and non-verbal communication and applying the most suitable form of communication at the correct time.

 

·         Display tactical awareness

 

Demonstrate a knowledge of tactics that allow for outwitting opponents.

-          Attacking and defensive play.

 

·         Leadership

 

Be able to lead warmups to small groups with support.

Be a positive role model

 

 

 

Sheaf Key Concepts

Key Propositional Knowledge

Key Procedural Knowledge

Key Concepts:

 

PE is a curriculum that enables students to build confidence, self-esteem, relationships, communication skills, leadership qualities and much more, therefore it is vital that all students engage in two hours of practical lessons per week and are encouraged to lead a healthy and active lifestyle outside of school.

 

 

 

All developed on from Year7,8,9,10.

 

Reducing the risk of sports injuries

Understand different factors which influence the risk of injury

Understand how appropriate warm up and cool down routines can help prevent injury

Know how to respond to injuries within a sporting context

 

 Applying Principles of training

Know the principles of training in a sporting context

Know how training methods target different fitness components

Be able to conduct fitness tests

Be able to develop fitness training programme

 

Body’s Response to Physical Activity:

Know the key components of the skeletal and cardio-respiratory systems.

Understand the importance of the musculo-skeletal and cardio-respiratory systems in health and fitness

Be able to assess the short-term effects of physical activity.

Be able to assess the long-term effects of physical activity.

 

Sports/games

Demonstrate the ability to work as part of a team.

Demonstrate the ability to compete individually.

Demonstrate the ability to play to set/defined rules.

Demonstrate the skills to be a role model.

 

Psychology

Know how motivation can affect sports performance and in general.

Know how aggression can affect sports performance and decision making in general.

Understand how communication can improve performance and emotional state.

 

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

 

 

Students will know:

 

Subject Specific Knowledge

 

Students will be able to:

 

·         Demonstrate technique in a range of team sports showing progress from Y7,8,9,10.

 

·         Demonstrate technique in a range of Individual Sports showing progress from Y7,8,9,10.

 

·         Communicate effectively verbally and non-verbally during practical lessons and through discussions.

 

·         Display tactical awareness of attacking and defensive phases.

 

·         Successfully lead others during a practical lesson.

 

·         Demonstrate effective communication and social skills through sport.

 

·         Increase awareness of different ways to stay involved in sport and physical activity and different careers and roles within sport.

 

·         Know how to prepare participants to take part in physical activity in a way that minimises the risk of injuries occurring, how to react to common injuries that can occur during sport.

 

·         Understand the principles and methods of training and the application of these in the design of training programmes with practical skills in fitness testing.

 

·         Link key aspects and understanding of the changes and responses in the body to physical activity to optimise sports performance and promote healthier lifestyles.

 

·         Demonstrate awareness of differences between success and failure, perform skills and techniques effectively under pressure and competition.

 

·         Know risks associated with dangerous play and aggressive behaviour in sport.