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PE

At Crowle Primary Academy , we use the Primary Steps in PE Planning to support the planning and delivery of the PE curriculum. The planning encompasses all aspects of the PE curriculum and provides resources to enhance lessons e.g. suggested music and video links. Pupils access 2 hours of high quality PE per week completing a session indoor (dance or gym) and outdoor (games, athletics or OAA) each week. 

 

Our intent for PE is that it provides children with opportunities to: 

- develop competence to excel in a broad range of physical activities

- be physically active for sustained periods of time

- engage in competitive sports and activities

- lead healthy, active lives.

 

Implementation of PE: 

Outlined below is the knowledge, skills and vocabulary progression at Crowle Primary Academy for each strand of learning in PE.  

 

Phase

Cycle

Strand:

Key vocab

Key knowledge and skills

KS1

A

Gymnastics

Tension, balance, stillness, extension, link, roll, spin, travel, jump, range, confidence, quality, smooth, height, technique, speed, power

To use tension in a range of balances. Copy a complex sequence. Perform basic gymnastic movements. 

B

Gymnastics

Tension, spiky, stillness, balance, extension, roll, spin, turn, travel, jump, sequence, link, range, confidence, quality, smooth, posture, speed, level, purpose, direction, space, awareness, height, direction

Balance using a range of body parts and perform a sequence. Can copy a sequence. Show control when jumping in a variety of ways. 

KS2

A

Gymnastics

slow, control, stillness tension,, slowly, counter-balance, counter-tension, precision, partnership, performance, fluidity, mirror, control, accuracy, smooth, support, teamwork, sequence, poise, power, 

To create a sequence using a range of body shapes and actions with a partner. Can perform complex sequences with a partner. Perform spins and a variety of leaps in isolation. 

B

Gymnastics

Tension, stillness, creativity, unique, variety, range, safety, fluidity, rules, link, sequence, quality, performance, control, balance, posture, purpose, levels, direction, speed, power, elegance, unison, canon, mirroring

To use tension in balances and sequences. Adapt and perform a sequence. Perform gymnastic movements such as jumps, turns and balances in isolation. 

UKS2

A

Gymnastics

control, accuracy, tension, flexibility, balance, stillness, link, fluidity, sequence, performance, practise, accuracy, speed, levels, posture, technique, flexibility, repetition, seamless, unison, canon, mirror, match

Show elements of tension and control when performing balances. can perform a sequence combining key aspects of gymnastics with control and poise. Show awareness of gymnastic principles. 

B

Gymnastics

control, accuracy, mirror, opposite, tension, support, steady, creativity, explore, invent, adapt, movement, flow, fluid, performance, precision, poise, elegance, height, power

Create and perform a sequence of balances with consistency. Can work collaboratively and evaluate a performance. Perform spins and a variety of leaps in isolation. 

 

Phase

Cycle

Strand:

Key vocab

Key knowledge and skills

KS1

A

Dance

space, speed, direction, levels, expression, mood

Perform a dance sequence

B

Dance

space, speed, direction, levels, expression

Move appropriately in response to stimuli. Perform a sequence.

KS2

A

Dance

space, speed, direction, levels, expression, precision, composition, linking, repeat, canon, timing

Perform a dance sequence

B

Dance

space, speed, direction, levels, expression, precision, composition, linking, repeat, canon, timing

Work cooperatively to perform a dance sequence

UKS2

A

Dance

Fluidity, continuous, tempo, interpretation, expression, timing, beat

Perform a narrative dance sequence as part of a group.

B

Dance

Fluidity, continuous, tempo, interpretation, expression, timing, beat

Perform a narrative dance sequence as part of a group.

Phase

Cycle

Strand:

Key vocab

Key knowledge and skills

KS1

A

Games

technique, control, position

Hit a moving ball with control.

B

Games

send, receive, control, power

Control an object coming towards them.

KS2

A

Games

control, technique, power, evade, marking, spatial awareness, attack, defend

Participate effectively in game situations. Play a variety of shots. 

B

Games

control, technique, power, evade, marking, spatial awareness, attack, defend

Know the difference between attack and defence and be able to control a ball from a stationary position. Perform volley and forehand shots Throw and catch consistently and accurately. 

UKS2

A

Games

control, technique, power, evade, marking, spatial awareness, attack, defend, agility, pressure, tactics, reactions

Participate fully in a variety of games.  Perform a variety of shots with accuracy and control. Apply skills to game situations. 

B

Games

control, technique, power, evade, marking, spatial awareness, attack, defend, agility, pressure, tactics, reactions

Use principles of attack and defence and participate fully in game situations. Perform a variety of shots with accuracy and control. Use the correct technique when batting, bowling and fielding

Phase

Cycle

Strand:

Key vocab

Key knowledge and skills

KS1

A

 

 

 

B

 

 

 

KS2

A

 

 

 

B

 

 

 

UKS2

A

OAA

teamwork, cooperation, communication, problem solving, leader, decision making, visualise, systematic

Work as part of a team to solve a problem.

B

OAA

teamwork, cooperation, communication, problem solving, leader, decision making, visualise, systematic

Work as part of a team to solve a problem.

Phase

Cycle

Strand:

Key vocab

Key knowledge and skills

KS1

A

Athletics

distance, height, power, stretch, straight speed, balance

Can jump, run and throw effectively.

B

Athletics

distance, height, power, stretch, straight speed, balance

Know the basic principles of running, jumping and throwing.

KS2

A

Athletics

balance, strength, control, speed, posture

Combine movements with fluency and use the correct technique when jumping and throwing

B

Athletics

balance, strength, control, speed, posture 

Aware of basic technique in running, jumping and throwing

UKS2

A

Athletics

distance, balance, control, fluid, speed, endurance pace, energy

Know and use the correct technique when running, jumping and throwing.

B

Athletics

distance, balance, control, fluid, speed, endurance pace, energy

Combine movements with fluency and use the correct technique when running, jumping and throwing

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