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KEY STAGE 3 

Each term will focus on one/two sports which will look at specific techniques, skills and health benefits.  

KEY CONTENT - KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS
Autumn 1

Boys – Football

Pupils will learn to choose, combine and perform basic football skills applying fluency and accuracy in replication

Girls - Netball

Pupils will learn to choose, combine and perform netball skills with fluency, consistency, accuracy and quality

Autumn 2

Boys – Rugby

Pupils will develop the skills necessary to outwit opponents. Passing, receiving, tackling and beating an opponent

Girls – Football

Pupils will learn to choose, combine and perform basic football skills applying fluency and accuracy in replication

Spring 1

Boys – Basketball

Pupils focus on how to use basic principles of attack and defence to plan strategy and tactics for basketball.

Girls – Badminton 

Pupils will learn and perform more basic badminton skills with accuracy and control

Spring 2

Boys – Badminton

Pupils will learn and perform more basic badminton skills with accuracy and control

Girls – Basketball

Pupils focus on how to use basic principles of attack and defence to plan strategy and tactics for basketball

Summer 1

Boys – Athletics

Pupils will develop the skills of sprinting, sustained running, jumping and throwing

Girls – Cricket

Pupils will learn to apply consistency & quality in the use of techniques for batting, bowling and fielding

Summer 2

Boys – Cricket

Pupils will learn to apply consistency & quality in the use of techniques for batting, bowling and fielding

Girls – Athletics

Pupils will develop the skills of sprinting, sustained running, jumping and throwing

 

KEY ASSESSMENT POINTS  
One assessment each half term, focused on each of the following Assessment Objectives:
  • Ability to complete all of the skills with correct technique and have a high success rate in all of the skills.
  • Ability to perform all skills at pace in situations under direct pressure from a defender with a high success rate, mistakes will be minimal.
  • Do they have a positive influence on the game in both attack and defence? Can they communicate with team mates and use the correct tactic in the correct situation nearly every time?
  • Are they highly organised and self-disciplined? Do they listen to the teacher intently, takes ownership of learning and problem solve independently?

 

 

 

 

CHRISTIAN ETHOS  

Christian values will be promoted in each and every PE lesson and extra curricular activities through the experiences we offer within out curriculum. For example:

  • Students will be kind, supportive, honest and treat others how you would like to be treated within all sporting activities.
  • Be polite, respectful and show good manners in both lessons and when representing the school in matches
BRITISH VALUES  
British values are regularly promoted through high quality PE teaching and by a positive behaviour policy which allows students to develop and demonstrate skills and attributes that will allow them to contribute in a sports in a positive manner in Modern Britain.   These values and attitudes are promoted and reinforced by all staff and used to provide a model of behaviour for all our students both on and off the sorts pitches.