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PE

At Grange Park School we offer a broad and varied PE curriculum that is appropriate and differentiated, yet ambitious for every individual. Pupils will develop sporting skills, tactics and strategies as well as developing life skills such as resilience, perseverance, independence and determination. Our aim is to give the pupils the knowledge and confidence to independently lead a physically active and healthy lifestyle both in school and beyond the PE curriculum. Throughout the Key Stages there is an even focus on the physical, socio-emotional and cognitive strands which creates a well-rounded, well developed active individual. We encourage pupils to implement team work and leadership skills in all lessons and we work hard on pupils’ resilience and tolerance so they can overcome any barriers.

We offer a range of traditional sports such as basketball, football, cricket and athletics as well as alternative activities such as kinball, boccia, new age kurling, ultimate Frisbee, parkour and trampolining. This mix of activities creates lessons where pupils have fun, are engaged, motivated and enthusiastic.

In Year 11 all pupils participate in the Sports Leaders UK leadership award. This is a Nationally recognised qualification where pupils develop their knowledge and understanding on skills and behaviours needed to be an effective leader. Pupils plan their own sessions, deliver them to other pupils and then evaluate their sessions. They take ownership of their sessions by choosing which sport they would like to teach, the aim of their session and the activities involved. We have found this award to be particularly useful in developing pupils’ communication, organisation and confidence. Pupils have reported that the skills developed on this course have been transferable to other situations such as college and work experience interviews.

Overall in PE we have created an atmosphere where pupils are engaged, try their best and are not afraid to make mistakes in order to make good progress and achieve their maximum potential. 

PE Programme of Study KS2 (Core PE)

 

 

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

Term 1

Multi Skills and Team Games

EG boccia, netball and football

 

Invasion games

Eg new age kurling, tag rugby and basketball

Invasion Games

Eg football, basketball and tag rugby

 

Term 2

Gymnastics

Dance

OAA

Eg orienteering

Term 3

Swimming

Gymnastics

Gymnastics and Trampolining

Term 4

Dance

 Invasion Games and Team Work

Eg team building and leadership

Dance

Term 5

Striking and Fielding/Net Wall Games

Eg Cricket, rounders and tennis

Striking and Fielding/Net Wall Games

Eg Cricket, rounders, and tennis

Striking and Fielding/Net Wall Games

Eg Cricket, rounders, and tennis

Term 6

Athletics

 

Athletics

Athletics

 

PE Programme of Study KS3 and KS4 (Core PE)

 

 

 

Key Stage 3

Key Stage 4 (Core PE)

Term 1

Multi Skills

Fitness

Term 2

Invasion Games

Eg Basketball, Kinball, Boccia and New Age Kurling

Invasion Games

Eg Basketball, Ultimate Frisbee, Tchoukball and Handball

Term 3

Trampolining and Gymnastics

Trampolining and Gymnastics

Term 4

OAA and Dance

Team building, leadership and the Haka

OAA and Parkour

Team building, leadership and parkour

Term 5

Striking and Fielding/Net Wall Games

Cricket, Rounders and Volleyball

Striking and Fielding/Net Wall Games

Cricket, Rounders, Volleyball, Tennis and Badminton

Term 6

Athletics

Athletics

 

 

Sports Leaders Programme of Study

 

 

Level 1

Level 2

Term 1

Develop knowledge and understanding about desirable leadership skills and behaviours.

Develop knowledge and understanding about desirable leadership skills and behaviours. Know the difference between skills and behaviours and evaluate their own leadership skills and behaviours.

Term 2

Practice using leadership skills and behaviours effectively.

Be able to take on the roles and responsibilities of an official in sport/physical activity.

Term 3

Be able to take on the roles and responsibilities of an official in sport/physical activity.

Gain knowledge and understanding on how to plan a series of sports sessions. Be able to plan their own sports sessions.

Term 4

Gain knowledge and understanding on how to plan sports sessions. Be able to plan their own sports sessions.

Practice planning and leading a series of sports sessions.

Term 5

Practice planning and leading sports sessions.

Practice planning and leading a series of sports sessions.

Term 6

Be able to review sports sessions.

Be able to review sports sessions.