PE

Subject Intent

Physical Education at Woodfield is designed to inspire all children to develop a love of physical activity and sport.

 We aim to ensure that our delivery of physical education allows all children to have the skills and mindset to leave primary school with the capabilities to be successful in their sporting challenges and lead active lifestyles at secondary school and beyond. 

 In line with the school's developing excellence plan, we strive to educate both our children and families to develop a greater understanding on how to live healthy lifestyles and make healthy choices.

Subject Progression

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Click to view PE Subject Progression EYFS to Year 6

 

Implementation

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 Click to view how PE is delivered across school.

 

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Home Learning

 

Phase What are children learning this half term? How can I support my child's learning at home?

EYFS

Plan to move in different ways showing control over direction, motion and speed.

Show good hand-eye coordination and control in small movements.

Show that I can notice changes to my body after physical activity.

Show an awareness of hazards and ways to minimise them.

 

Practice your hand-eye coordination with our partners at Active Fusion:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kq2Gd2sZKiQ&list=PLCQaFiyuzmpkkaWtX0HGJlptDgt2Gyc54&index=32

 

 

KS1

Sending & Receiving

Pupils will develop their sending and receiving skills including throwing and catching, rolling, kicking, tracking and stopping a ball. They will also use equipment to send and receive a ball. Pupils will be given opportunities to work with a range of different sized balls. They will apply their skills individually, in pairs and in small groups and begin to organise and self-manage their own activities. They will understand the importance of abiding by rules to keep themselves and others safe.

 

Yoga

Pupils learn about mindfulness and body awareness. They begin to learn yoga poses and techniques that will help them to connect their mind and body. The unit builds strength, flexibility and balance. The learning includes breathing and meditation taught through fun and engaging activities. Pupils will work independently and with others, sharing ideas and creating their own poses in response to a theme.

 

Practice your sending and receiving skills with our partners at Active Fusion: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hl55UWCjAgQ

LKS2

Hockey

Pupils will learn to contribute to the game by helping to keep possession of the ball, use simple attacking tactics using sending, receiving and dribbling a ball. They will start by playing uneven and then move onto even sided games. They will begin to think about defending and winning the ball. Pupils will be encouraged to think about how to use skills, strategies and tactics to outwit the opposition. Pupils will understand the importance of playing fairly and keeping to the rules. They will be encouraged to be a supportive teammate and identify why this behaviour is important.

 

Yoga

Pupils learn about mindfulness and body awareness. They learn yoga poses and techniques that will help them to connect their mind and body. The unit looks to improve well being by building strength, flexibility and balance. The learning includes breathing and meditation taught through fun and engaging activities. Pupils will work independently and with others to create their own yoga flows.

 

Practice your ‘I am..’ Yoga Flow learnt in your PE lessons at home with this Get Set 4 PE prompt card –

 

UKS2

Hockey

In this unit pupils will improve their defending and attacking skills playing even-sided games. They will start to show control and fluency in dribbling, sending and receiving a ball in a small game situation and under some pressure. Pupils will be encouraged to think about how to use tactics and collaborate with others to outwit their opposition. Pupils will comment on their own and other’s performances and suggest ways to improve. They will also recognise the importance of fair play and honesty while self managing games.

 

Yoga

Pupils learn about mindfulness and body awareness. They learn yoga poses and techniques that will help them to connect their mind and body. The unit looks to improve well being by building strength, flexibility and balance. The learning includes breathing and meditation taught through fun and engaging activities. Pupils will be given the opportunity to work collaboratively with others and be given the opportunity to create their own flows and lead others.

 

Practice your hockey skills at home with our partners at Active Fusion:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dFN9XQDkpqM

 

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