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PE

Objectives in PE

In year 7

  • Students look to develop their basic skills, techniques and tactics in a variety of invasion games, net and wall games, gymnastics, athletics, striking and fielding and swimming.
  • They develop a basic knowledge and understanding of the simple rules and regulations of different sports and begin to apply these to competitive situations.
  • Through the different areas of the curriculum they also understand the benefits of regular exercise and the importance of warming up. In year 7 students are taught in mixed sex groups.

Modules covered:

  • Swimming - netball - badminton - trampolining - hockey - short tennis - dodgeball - athletics - rounders

In year 8

Students are taught in single sex groups. Students are encouraged to work more independently by leading their own warm-ups and practices in small groups. Students are able to perform team games with more fluency and can referee and umpire small sided competitive situations. They begin to develop their creativity and body control in gymnastic and trampolining activities where they also create and perform their own routines. In athletic activities students will also begin to understand the rules and regulations of different field events and begin to take measurements of jumps and throws in competition.

Modules covered:

  • Boys and girls: badminton - swimming - gymnastics - football - basketball - OAA - athletics
  • Girls only: netball - rounders
  • Boys only: rugby - cricket

In year 9:

Students are taught in single sex groups. Students are encouraged to work independently by leading their own warm-ups and practices in small groups. Students are able to perform team games with more fluency and can referee and umpire during a full competitive game situation. Students will also gain an understanding of the different components of fitness needed for different sports and begin to practice different training methods and understand why training is needed to improve performance. In athletic activities students will also understand the rules and regulations of different field events and will be able to take measurements of jumps and throws in competition. They will also be able to suggest ways to improve their performance and the performance of others.

Modules covered:

  • Boys and girls: badminton - swimming - football - athletics - fitness
  • Girls only: netball - trampolining - dance - rounders / cricket
  • Boys only: rugby - cricket - softball - handball

All students at Ibstock are expected to become SECURE in their understanding

In PE this means:

In year 7

  • Show a sound level of skill, knowledge and understanding of skills used in different sports
  • Show control, co-ordination and accuracy when performing basic skills in a practice situation
  • Be able to create some of their own new ideas
  • Make good decisions under pressure in a practice situation
  • Show a sound level of creativity and decision making through gymnastic activities
  • Understand and apply activities in a safe manner
  • Ensure they bring the correct PE kit to all lessons

In year 8

  • Show a good level of skill, knowledge and understanding of skills used in different sports
  • Perform a variety of skills under pressure
  • Show precision, control and accuracy when performing different skills
  • Have the confidence to combine ideas to make something new
  • Make good decisions under pressure in a game situation
  • Show a good level of creativity and decision making through gymnastic activities
  • Have the confidence to help others’ to improve their performance

In year 9

  • Show a high level of skills, knowledge and understanding of skills used in different sports
  • Perform a variety of skills under pressure consistently
  • Consistently show precision, control, co-ordination and accuracy
  • Consistently make good decisions when under pressure
  • Show a high level of creativity and decision making through gymnastic activities
  • Able to explore ideas in original and surprising ways and communicate them through movement
  • Attend extra curricular sports clubs to help develop skills and techniques outside of the classroom
  • Analyse and comment on skills, techniques and ideas and state how these are applied in own and others work