PE Long Term Plan 2019 - 2020
In both Key Stages, PE incorporates a variety of activities, focussing on Ball skills, Dance, Gymnastics, Invasion Games and Swimming. Our work in PE is planned through PE Passport.
What is the PE Passport?
The PE Passport is designed to enable us to deliver enjoyable, active and high quality sessions. The PE Passport is child centred and allows pupils' achievement is in and out of school to be recorded and tracked from Reception right through to Year 6.
Within the PE Passport the school have access to a full curriculum of engaging, interactive P.E lessons for each year group with each lesson containing clear, progressive learning objectives; differentiated activities and videos to support the narrative.
Teachers can quickly assess and monitor the progress of each individual easily within the curriculum whilst coordinators can track children’s levels of participation and competition in extra-curricular clubs, events and competitions
|Autumn 1||Autumn 2||Spring 1||Spring 2||Summer 1||Summer 2|
|Foundation 2||Gymnastics||Fundamental movement skills||Dance||Fundamental invasion game skills|
|Year 1||Fundamental movement skills/
|Gymnastics||Fundamental invasion game skills/
Fundamental invasion game skills
|Fundamental striking and field game skills/ athletics||Fundamental striking and field game skills/net and wall game skills|
|Gymnastics||Gymnastics||Fundamental net and wall game skills||Fundamental striking and field game skills||Athletics|
|Year 5||Tag Rugby/ Netball||Gymnastics||Health related fitness||Gymnastics/ Health related fitness||Tennis/
Our work with external providers includes Woodchurch High School and Through our work with ‘Full of Beans’. ‘Full of Beans’ enable us to offer to the children a range of extra-curricular activities including girls’ and boys’ football, basketball, street dance and yoga. During the day they provide a sports leader who works with the children to develop their leadership schools through a range of lunchtime activities.
Our link with Woodchurch High School has enabled us to access specialist teaching across the school. In addition each week member of the school will work alongside a member of the Woodchurch High School PE staff to develop their knowledge, understanding and skill required in the delivery topics including gym, dance or invasion games.
During the summer term our Year 5 children have the opportunity to learn and develop a range of outdoor and adventurous skills by participating in a week long residential trip to the Oaklands Centre, North Wales. This is an exciting week for the children as they take part in a range of Outdoor and Adventurous Activities. Mountain climbing, abseiling, kayaking and orienteering are just some of the challenges they face. Along with the chance to be away from home for a week, this proves to be an invaluable character building experience and prepares them for the challenges of High School.
Our future actions include greater participation in inter school competitions. This year we have taken part in events within the Woodchurch and wider Wirral schools cluster. This has included cross country, athletics, fencing and football.
From September 2019 we will be using the swimming facilities at Meadowside School, a neighbouring school that provides swimming facilities. Meadowside School supports children with specific needs.