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Physical Education

 

End of Key Stage 1 Expectations

Doing (hands)

 

Powerful learning attributes:

Resilience

Thinking (head)

 

Powerful learning attributes:

Problem solving, decision making, creativity, reflective thinking

Social and Emotional (heart)

 

Powerful learning attributes:

Collaboration, independence, effective communication, resilience

  • - Fundamental movement skills: agility, balance, co-ordination
  • - Running, jumping, throwing, catching
  • - Physical competence
  • - Broad range of activities
  • - Perform dances with simple movement patterns

 

 

- Challenging situations

- Applying fundamentals in a range of activities

- Simple tactics for attacking and defending

- Working on own

- Working with others

- Collaborative activities

- Competitive activities

- Confidence

- Team games

- Knowing that physical activity is healthy and makes you feel good

 

End of Key Stage 2  Expectations

Doing (hands)

 

Powerful learning attributes:

Resilience

Thinking (head)

 

Powerful learning attributes:

Problem solving, decision making, creativity, reflective thinking

Social and Emotional (heart)

 

Powerful learning attributes:

Collaboration, independence, effective communication, resilience

- Develop a broader range of skills

- Use running, jumping, throwing and catching in isolation and combination

- Play competitive games, modified where appropriate and apply basic principles suitable for attacking and defending

- Develop flexibility, strength, technique, control and balance

- Perform dances using a range of movement patterns

- Take part in outdoor and adventurous activity (OAA) challenges

- Swim competently and proficiently for at least 25 metres

- Use a range of swimming strokes effectively

 

 

- Apply a wider range of skills

- Learn how to use them in different ways

- Link skills to make actions and sequences of movement

- Develop an understanding of how to improve in different physical activities and sports

- Learn how to evaluate performance

- Compare performances with previous ones

 

- Enjoy communicating with each other

- Enjoy collaborating with each other

- Enjoy competing with each other

- Learn how to evaluate and recognise their own success and mistakes, including with coping with failure

- Knowing that physical activity has physical and mental health benefits

- OAA challenges independently and collaboratively

- Demonstrate improvement to achieve their personal best

- Develop leadership skills

- Swim with confidence

- Perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations

 

NB: the parts written in italics and the three columns have been added to the national curriculum content

 

Click here to download the PE planning guide which gives more information about how we aim to include our powerful learning attributes in PE.