High Seaton, Workington, Cumbria, CA14 1NP

01900 66982

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“Educating our children with the skills they need to live fulfilling lives.”

 

KEY STAGE 1 LONG TERM PLANS - PHYSICAL EDUCATION

 

Co-ordinator: Mrs S Broatch

   Year 1  Year 2
Autumn 1

Multi-skills and Cricket

  • Talk about how their body feels before, during and after exercise, how to exercise safely and remember session safety rules and give examples of things that contribute to being healthy
  • Increase control and confidence kicking, bouncing, throwing and catching objects
  • Kick, throw and catch different sized objects accurately with a partner over a variety of distances
  • Move confidently in a range of ways safely negotiating space 
  • Partake in sustained exercise, running at different speeds and jumping with accuracy 
  • Move fluently, changing direction and speed easily and safely
  • Play a role in a group situation over a sustained period of time
  • Understand basic rules of games and know what is required to win them

Gymnastics and Football

  • Describe how their body feels during different activities
  • Recognise change in body temperature, heart rate and breathing.
  • Give reasons why physical activity is good for their health.
  • Identify differences between theirs and other performances
  • Link several movements together with control and coordination
  • Show awareness of and ability to perform with others
  • Choose and use skills effectively for games and try to win by changing the way they use skills in response to an opponent's actions
  • Choose and use tactics to suit different situations and reacts in a way that makes it difficult for their opponents 
  • Choose a good place to stand for receiving the ball and explain why
  • Compete with self and others
  • Select and perform appropriate kicking, rolling, striking, throwing, catching  and gathering techniques confidently  using different parts of their body
Autumn 2 

Gymnastics and Football

  • Talk about how their body feels before, during and after exercise, how to exercise safely and remember session safety rules and give examples of things that contribute to being healthy
  • Explore different ways of moving, copying simple movements using different stimuli with a range of actions
  • Copy, remember and repeat simple actions with control and coordination
  • Use apparatus appropriately climbing with an awareness of others and dismounting safely
  • Perform basic gymnastics actions 
  • Increase control and confidence kicking, bouncing, throwing and catching objects
  • Kick, throw and catch different sized objects accurately with a partner over a variety of distances
  • Move confidently in a range of ways safely negotiating space
  • Move fluently, changing direction and speed easily and safely
  • Understand basic rules of games and know what is required to win them
  • Play a role in a group situation over a sustained period of time
  • Basic understanding of tactics 

Gymnastics and Yoga

  •  Describe how their body feels during different activities
  • Recognise change in body temperature, heart rate and breathing.
  • Give reasons why physical activity is good for their health.
  • Identify differences between theirs and other performances
  • Link several movements together with control and coordination
  • Show awareness of and ability to perform with others
  • Select and develop actions to produce a sequence with a partner or with a small group
  • Move smoothly from a controlled balance to a different controlled balance
  • Manage equipment necessary for activity confidently and carefully
  • Select different combinations of equipment while exploring shape, balance and travel

 

 

 

 

 

Spring 1

Dance; Multi-skills and Yoga

  • Talk about how their body feels before, during and after exercise, how to exercise safely and remember session safety rules and give examples of things that contribute to being healthy
  • Move fluently, changing direction and speed easily and safely
  • Understand basic rules of games and knows what is required to win them
  • Can play a role in a group situation over a sustained period of time
  • Increase control and confidence kicking, bouncing, throwing and catching objects
  • Kick, throw and catch different sized objects accurately with a partner over a variety of distances
  • Move confidently in a range of ways while safely negotiating space 
  • Partake in sustained exercise, running at different speeds and jumping with accuracy 
  • Explore different ways of moving, copy simple movements with different stimuli and a range of actions
  • Copy, remember and repeat simple actions with control and coordination 

Cricket and Dance

  • Describe how their body feels during different activities
  • Recognise change in body temperature, heart rate and breathing.
  • Give reasons why physical activity is good for their health.
  • Confidently use skills and actions appropriately, apply them with control and coordination while travelling or in competitive situations
  • Choose and use tactics to suit different situations, and reacts in a way that makes it difficult fir their opponents
  • Experiment with dynamics, levels, directions and actions in response to a variety of stimuli
  • Identify differences between theirs and other performances
  • Describe what makes good dance phrase and use their observations about how performances are similar/different to others to improve their own performance 
  • Select and perform appropriate kicking, rolling, striking, throwing, catching  and gathering techniques confidently  using different parts of their body

 

 

 

 

 

Spring 2

Gymnastics and Cricket

  • Talk about how their body feels before, during and after exercise, how to exercise safely and remember session safety rules and give examples of things that contribute to being healthy
  • Explore different ways of moving, copy simple movements using different stimuli with a range of actions
  • Copy and repeat simple actions with control and coordination
  • Begin to show some understanding of basic composition by linking phrases to make simple performances
  • Link several movements together with control and coordination
  • Use apparatus appropriately climbing with an awareness of others and dismounting safely
  • Perform basic gymnastic actions
  • Increase control and confidence, bouncing, throwing and catching objects
  • Throw and catch different sized objects accurately with a partner over a variety of distances
  • Move confidently in a range of ways safely negotiating space
  • Understand basic rules of games and knows what is required to win them
  • Basic understanding of tactics
  • Play a role in a group situation over a sustained period of time 

Football and Dance

  • Describe how their body feels during different activities
  • Recognise change in body temperature, heart rate and breathing.
  • Give reasons why physical activity is good for their health
  • Choose and use skills effectively for games and try to win by changing the way they use skills in response to an opponent's actions
  • Choose and use tactics to suit different situations and reacts in a way that makes it difficult for their opponents 
  • Choose a good place to stand for receiving the ball and explain why
  • Compete with self and others
  • Is able to critique their performance and suggest improvements they would male in future
  • Can suggest appropriate warm up/cool down ideas and understand why dung these things are important for before/after PE
  • Select and perform appropriate kicking, rolling, striking, throwing, catching  and gathering techniques confidently  using different parts of their body

     

 

 

 

 

Summer 1

Dance and Tennis

  • Talk about how their body feels before, during and after exercise, how to exercise safely and remember session safety rules and give examples of things that contribute to being healthy
  • Describe how their body feels during different activities
  • Move fluently, changing direction and speed easily and safely
  • Experiment with dynamics, levels, directions and actions in response to a variety of stimuli
  • Explore different ways of moving, copy simple movements using different stimuli with a range of actions
  • Copy, remember and repeat simple actions with control and coordination
  • Understand basic rules of games and knows what is required to win them
  • Choose a good place to stand for receiving in tennis

Yoga and Multi-Skills

  • Describe how their body feels during different activities
  • Recognise change in body temperature, heart rate and breathing.
  • Give reasons why physical activity is good for their health
  • Select and perform appropriate kicking, rolling, striking, throwing, catching  and gathering techniques confidently  using different parts of their body
  •  Show a good awareness of others in running, chasing and avoiding games, making simple decisions about when, where and at what speed to run

  • Move smoothly from a controlled balance to a different controlled balance or a travelling movement

  • Manage equipment necessary for activity confidently and carefully
Summer 2

Athletics  and Yoga

  • Talk about how their body feels before, during and after exercise, how to exercise safely and remember session safety rules and give examples of things that contribute to being healthy
  • Describe how their body feels during different activities
  • Move confidently in a range of ways while safely negotiating space
  • Partake in sustained exercise running at different speeds and jumping with accuracy
  • Manage equipment necessary for activity confidently and carefully
  • Compete with self and others
  • Explore different ways of moving, copy simple movements using different stimuli with a range of actions
  • Copy, remember and repeat simple actions with control and coordination
  • Move smoothly from a controlled balance to a different controlled balance

Cricket, Tennis and Athletics

  • Describe how their body feels during different activities
  • Recognise change in body temperature, heart rate and breathing.
  • Give reasons why physical activity is good for their health
  • Select and perform appropriate kicking, rolling, striking, throwing, catching  and gathering techniques confidently  using different parts of their body
  • Can explain appropriate PE clothing