PHYSICAL EDUCATION - KS3

 

Physical Education Learning Journey

 

WHO’S WHO?

Progress Leader: Mrs S. McKay

Assistant Progress Leader:  Mrs M Callaghan

Teaching Staff: Mrs S Worthington, Mr J Callaghan, Mr S. Priestley
Link Governor: Mr P. Sharples

OUR AIMS

Up Holland High School offers students the opportunity to:

  • Explore 10 different sports over the year in blocks of 6 or 8 lessons in Year 7
  • Enrich the PE experience with additional variation and an element of choice of sports over the year in blocks of 6 or 8 lessons in Year 8
  • Embed and specialise in a chosen pathway of sports in blocks of 8 lessons in Year 9

 

 

YEAR 7

   

TERM

UNIT OF STUDY

KEY SKILLS / LEARNING

Autumn & Spring

Rotation across the following activities:
Hockey
Rugby League
Netball
Football
Table Tennis
Gymnastics

Explore basic skills of attack and defence
Develop passing and receiving skills
Develop various strokes and shots in Table Tennis
Team work and leadership skills developed
Learn and develop rolls, balances locomotion, jumps and turns
Learn to create & recreate movement sequences
Develop rhythm skills

Summer

Rotation across the following activities:
Tennis
Rounders
Cricket
Athletics
Outdoor Education

Develop throwing and catching skills further
Learn and develop various batting and fielding skills
Develop and understanding of positional tactics
Explore various track and field techniques and competitions
Develop team building skills through a carousel of challenges

YEAR 8

   

Autumn & Spring

Rotation of team sports:
Netball/Basketball
Rugby League
Football
Hockey

Rotation of individual sports:
Gymnastics
Table Tennis

Choice of Activity:
Fitness
or
Sports Leadership

Enrich the skills of specific passing and receiving in more demanding situations
Develop the use of a more difficult, variety of attack and defensive skills
Develop further attacking and defensive skills and strategies
Create, develop and implement team tactics
Enrich Year 7 skills through partner and group sequences
Further develop individual shots and serves
General fitness to include aerobic and anaerobic, power and Cardiovascular endurance
Developing the skills of communication, planning and delivery of short sporting sessions

Summer

Rotation across the following activities:
Tennis
Rounders
Cricket
Athletics
Outdoor Education

Learning the skills of volleying, service laws and shot selection
Enrich the skills of throwing and catching through more demanding practices and situations
Develop further shots and bowling/batting techniques
Further develop track and field skills with increased precision and accuracy as well as excellence
Develop the skills of problem solving, further increasing communication skills learned in year 7. To include basic map reading

YEAR 9

   

Autumn & Spring

Rotation of team sports:
Netball/Basketball
Hockey
Rugby League
Football

Rotation of individual sports:
Trampolining
Gymnastics

Embed the skills of attacking and defending to include more difficult skills and techniques
Develop team tactics and strategies with the use of set plays and formations
Learn advanced skills with creativity and playmaking
Develop accuracy and precision with all skills learned
Learn basic safety precautions on the bed through the development of basic bounce shapes and drops
Learn the skills of vaulting, transferring skills and techniques learned in Year 7&8
Develop Rhythmic gymnastics skills to include ball, ribbon and rope

Summer

Rotation across the following activities:
Tennis
Rounders
Athletics

Outdoor Education

Introduce the skills of the smash and slice and develop the use of doubles games
Further develop variation in bowling techniques and the addition of more base positional play
Increased complexity of skills across all track and field activities and competition
Develop navigational skills with a compass – taking and following bearings

ENRICHMENT OPPORTUNITIES

  • Inclusive lunchtime and after school clubs in the following activities: Football, Rugby, Netball, Hockey, Gymnastics, Dance, Table Tennis, Basketball, Trampolining, Athletics, Rounders, Tennis, Cricket,
  • Other Trips/ Visits: Ski trip, Outdoor Education Lake District trip, Live sporting events – included in the past – Olympic Games, Commonwealth Games, Super league netball games, Netball World Cup, Wigan Athletic Team of the Match
  • Focus areas: Trek to Tokyo – Inter-house week Olympic based activities, Whole School Olympic week, Fit Fridays, Wellbeing Wednesdays.

HOW TO SUPPORT YOUR CHILD'S LEARNING

  • Make physical activity part of everyday family life
  • Exercise with your child
  • Ride a bike or walk instead of travelling by car
  • Encourage them to follow official profiles of various sport people or sports they study on social media.

WHERE TO GO:

  • Sporting venues and event – local and further afield
  • Body Worlds – Manchester & London
  • Local gyms and leisure centres
  • Community sporting clubs and camps

WHAT TO WATCH:

  • Netflix: Icarus, The Game Changers, Athlete A, Rising Phoenix, The Dawn Wall, Beyond the Curve,
  • Sky Sports: Race to Perfection, Sky Sports Live, Sky Sports News, Kenny, Busby
  • BBC Iplayer: Homophobia: The Legacy

WHAT TO READ:

  • Sporting Autobiographies e.g. Steven Gerrard, Mo Farah, Sir Alex Ferguson, Pep Guardiola, Michael Phelps.
  • Newspaper articles – Sport section
  • Sporting Blogs

ONLINE:

 

www.englandnetball.co.uk

 

www.englandhockey.co.uk

 

www.lta.org.uk

 

www.roundersengland.co.uk

 

www.ecb.co.uk

 

www.rugby-league.com

 

www.british-gymnastics.org

 

Sporting Podcasts – Leadership

 

Planning a sports session

 

FA

 

https://www.youthsporttrust.org/

 

https://www.sportengland.org/

 

FUTURE CAREERS:

Armed services, Sports journalism, Sport retailer (shops), Sport broadcaster, Sports management, Sport administration, Sports coaching, Health promotion, Sports medicine, Community sports, Outdoor pursuits, Sports science, Diving, Physiotherapist, Teaching, Fitness instructor, Police force, Travel and tourism, Ground keeping, Professional sport, Physiology, Sports psychologist, Movement therapist.