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Curriculum Intent

In PE, we want our children to be open minded, independent, respectful, resilient, active, creative and forward thinking.

 

We are currently following the Real PE Scheme of Work. Our children are learning about Ball Skills, Gymnastics, Dance, Invasion Games, Athletics, Throwing and Catching, Multisports , Short Tennis, Batting, Fielding, Bowling, Catching and Fielding, Pony Riding, Floor Movement Patterns, Swimming, Net Wall Dodgeball, Rounders, Cricket, Badminton, Watersports: Kayaking, Paddle-boarding, Waterpark Activities and Yachting.

 

Curriculum Overview

 

 

 

Autumn Term

Spring Term

Summer Term

EYFS

The EYFS curriculum allows for flexible planning to respond to current events in the setting as well as the interests of children. We ensure our curriculum provides children with opportunities to:

  • develop gross and fine motor skills 

  • encourage independence in self-care ie, hand washing, dressing, going to the toilet

  • show good control and co‑ordination in large and small movements, move confidently in a range of ways, safely negotiating space

  • know the importance for good health of physical exercise, &a healthy diet, & talk about ways to keep healthy & safe

Y1

 

Fundamental movement skills

Gymnastics

 

Ball Skills/Target Games

Dance

 

OAA

Athletic

Y2

 

Fundamental movement skills

 

Gymnastics

 

Ball Skills/Target Games

Dance

 

OAA

Athletics

Y3

 

Health&skill related fitness

Dance

 

Gymnastics


 

Invasion Games

 

Striking and Fielding

Athletics

Y4

 

Health&skill related fitness


 
 

Dance

Gymnastics

 

Invasion Games

 

Striking and Fielding


 
 

Athletics:

Y5

 

Dance

Gymnastics

 

Invasion Games

 

(Swimming as an additional slot)

 

Net/Wall games

 

(Swimming as an additional slot)

 

Striking and Fielding

 

(Swimming as an additional slot)

 

Athletics

 

(Swimming as an additional slot)

Y6

 

Dance

 

(Swimming as an additional slot)

Gymnastics

 

(Swimming as an additional slot)

Invasion Games


 

Net/Wall games

Striking and Fielding

Athletics

(Swimming top ups - pupils needing 25m)

Curriculum Implementation and Impact

 

This year our Year 5 and 6 children have successfully completed their Water Sports - Swim Safe courses. Our Year 5 and 6 children also attended St. Margaret's and SFX College for Badminton and Basketball, the Academy of St. Nicholas for Boccia, Holly Lodge for Volleyball, Liverpool Cricket Club for Cricket, St. Julie's High School for an LSSP Dance Festival, Calderstones School for Tennis and the Boccia City Finals, Anfield Sports Centre for Multi-Sports, Bobbleball, Football and Dodgeball and IM Marsh for LSSP Kinball

 

Our Year 4 children have attended Park Palace Ponies and both Year 3 and 4 have been to Broughton Hall for Gymnastics, Notre Dame Academy for Sport Hall Activities, LFC Kirkby for Football, Anfield Sports Centre for Bobbleball and Boccia and Lacrosse with Coaches from the Great Britain Hockey Team.

 

Our Key Stage 1 children have been to the Firefit Hub and Broughton Hall for Gymnastics and the Kings Leadership Academy for Matball. They have also been attending Miss Miles and Mr. Goudie's after school gymnastic club on Fridays - thank you for all of your hard work!

 

 

Our staff use baseline assessments to regularly assess what the children know as the topic progresses and inform their future planning.

 

Assessment information is integral to our monitoring cycle.  Our monitoring cycle is developed at the beginning of each academic year.  Monitoring in PE includes: lesson observations and listening to pupil voice.

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