The Cheadle Academy

PE

 

 

SUBJECT INTENT

Subject

It is the intention of the Physical Education Department at The Cheadle Academy to develop our students' competence and confidence to take part in a range of physical activities that allow them to lead healthy, active lives and develop a knowledge of safe practice for sustained engagement; both in and out of school. We offer a high-quality PE curriculum which enables all pupils to enjoy and succeed in many kinds of physical activity. They develop their motor competence and the ability to use, rules, tactics, strategies and compositional ideas to perform successfully in competition. When they are performing, they are given the opportunity to; think about what they are doing, analyse the situation and make decisions. They are also encouraged to reflect on their own and others' performances and find ways to improve them.

 

Physical education is a vital subject within the National Curriculum because it is the only subject whose primary focus is on the body and, in this respect, it uniquely addresses the physical development aim of the curriculum and it also makes a significant contribution to the spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of children. In addition, it develops an interest in and patterns of physical activity which are essential for healthy development and lay the foundations for active lifestyles. This is increasingly important given growing concerns about children’s health.

Physical education can stimulate significant health and educational attainment benefits, lead to improved physical, mental and personal well-being of children, develop essential life skills and contribute to whole school improvements.  It also ensures that physical competence is valued as much as reading, writing and arithmetic. High quality physical education in schools can also reduce the health burden of physical inactivity and contribute to the economic prosperity of the country. A 'good workout' helps ease stress, tension and anxiety and will result in better attention in class.

 

 

SUBJECT LONG-TERM PLAN

 

Autumn

Spring

Summer

Year 7

 

During this term students will complete 3 units of work from the activities below:

Testing

Football

Rugby

Volleyball

Netball

Gym/Dance

During this term students will complete 2/3 units of work from the activities below:

Team building/OAA

Basketball

Gym / Dance

Football

During this term students will complete 3 units of work from the activities below:

Athletics

Cricket

Rounders

 

Year 8

During this term students will complete 3 units of work from the activities below:

Football

Rugby

Volleyball

Netball

Table Tennis

 

During this term students will complete 2/3 units of work from the activities below:

Fitness

Badminton

Table Tennis

Dance

Football

During this term students will complete 3 units of work from the activities below:

Athletics

Cricket

Rounders

 

 

 

Year 9

During this term students will complete 3 units of work from the activities below:

Football

Badminton

Netball

Basketball

Table Tennis

 

During this term students will complete 2/3 units of work from the activities below:

Fitness Testing

Leadership

Volleyball

Dodgeball

 

 

 

During this term students will complete 3 units of work from the activities below:

Athletics

Cricket

Rounders

 

 

Year 10

During this term students will complete 2 units of work from the activities below:

Football

Netball

Volleyball

Dodgeball

Fitness

 

During this term students will complete 2 units of work from the activities below:

Table Tennis

Badminton

Dodgeball

Basketball

OAA

During this term students will complete 2 units of work from the activities below:

Athletics

Cricket

Rounders

Softball

 

Year 11

During this term students will complete 2 units of work from the activities below:

Football

Netball

Volleyball

Dodgeball

Fitness

During this term students will complete 2 units of work from the activities below:

Table Tennis

Badminton

Dodgeball

Basketball

 

During this term students will complete 2 units of work from the activities below:

Cricket

Rounders

Softball

 

 

 

 

Year 7 –Medium Term Overview

 

In primary school the students will have experienced a range of activities developing their coordination, passing and receiving skills, jumping and balance. They should be physically confident in a way which supports their health and fitness. They should have been given opportunities to compete in sport and other activities to build character and help to embed values such as fairness and respect. They will now develop the basic fundamental skills and techniques in order to access a range of activities competitively. They will be able to transfer skills from KS2 and develop their ability to perform skills with control and accuracy, while developing a knowledge and understanding of rules, strategies and tactics to be successful in competitive situations.

 

KQFL:

 

 

 

 

AO1/AO2 – Can pupils transfer their skills from KS2 to perform with more control and accuracy?

AO1/AO2 – Can pupils perform showing an understanding of basic tactics and strategies?

AO3 – Can pupils can identify and describe strengths and weaknesses in their own and others’ performance?

AO4 – Can pupils develop an understanding of an effective warm-up?

 

Autumn Term

Football

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Football

 

-Passing and Receiving

-Moving with the ball

-Shooting

-Moving off the ball

-Attacking

-Defending

 

 

 

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

 

▫   What is the correct technique used for a side foot pass in football?

▫   What is the correct technique used to receive a ball?

▫   What different types of passes can we use?

▫   What is the correct technique used when dribbling?

▫   What is the correct technique used to tackle?

▫   What is the correct technique used to take a throw in?

▫   How can I change a pass to make it travel further?

▫   What is jockeying and when is it used?

▫   What skills can I perform well?

▫   What tactics am I able to apply?

▫   What rules & regulations do I understand?

▫   What are my areas requiring improvement?

▫   What impact do the strategies I apply have?

 

Rugby

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rugby

 

-Preparing for Rugby & Basic Passing

-Passing & Lines of Running

-Head-on Tackling

-Side-on Tackling

-Basic Rucking

 

 

 

 

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

▫   What is the correct technique used to pass the ball in rugby?

▫   What is the correct technique for receiving the ball?

▫   What are the rules on passing in rugby?

▫   When you have received the ball what should you do to help keep your players behind you?

▫   What is a knock on?

▫   What happens if there is a knock on?

▫   What happens if the ball carrier or ball goes out of play?

▫   What skills can I perform well?

▫   What tactics am I able to apply?

▫   What rules & regulations do I understand?

▫   What are my areas requiring improvement?

▫   What impact do the strategies I apply have?

 

Volleyball

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Volleyball

 

-Volley and Set

-Dig

-Serve

-Tactics and Outwitting

-Match Play

 

 

 

 

 

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

▫   In volleyball how many touches of the ball can a team have before it must go over the net?

▫   What are the different shots you can use in volleyball?

▫   What is the correct technique used to perform a set shot?

▫   What is the correct technique used to perform a dig/pass?

▫   What is the correct technique used to serve?

▫   On a service how many hands can strike the ball?

▫   How do you score in volleyball?

▫   When is the ball classed as out?

▫   What skills can I perform well?

▫   What tactics am I able to apply?

▫   What rules & regulations do I understand?

▫   What are my areas requiring improvement?

▫   What impact do the strategies I apply have?

 

 

Gym

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gym

 

-Roles

-Balances

-Sequencing

-Travel

-Performance

-Flight/Height

 

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

 

What are the different types of roles and how do you perform them?

What are the different types of balances and how do you perform them?

How do you get from a balance to a role?

How can you use space to link actions together?

What is tension?

What makes a performance increase in quality?

 

 

Dance

 

 

 

 

 

Dance

 

-Movement

-Actions

-Motifs

-Rhythm

-Phrasing

-Chorography

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

▫   What can I use to help choreograph a dance that is pleasing to the eye?

▫   What is a choreographic device?

▫   How can we use the music to make our dance more effective?

▫   How many beats do we count to in dance?

 

 

 

 

Netball

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Netball

 

-Footwork

-Passing

-Dodging

-Marking

-One to one marking

-Positions in game

 

 

 

 

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

▫   What are the three types of passes we can use in netball?

▫   What is the correct technique for each of these passes?

▫   What is the 3 second rule?

▫   What is footwork?

▫   What are the rules for footwork?

▫   What is the correct technique for receiving a ball in netball?

▫   What two methods can I use to dodge in netball?

▫   How can I mark in netball?

▫   What is the correct technique for marking the player?

▫   What rules are there when marking a player or the ball?

▫   Where must a centre pass be received?

▫   What are the different netball positions and where can they go?

▫   How do you score in netball?

▫   Where do you need to be to score in netball?

▫   What skills can I perform well?

▫   What tactics am I able to apply?

▫   What rules & regulations do I understand?

▫   What are my areas requiring improvement?

▫   What impact do the strategies I apply have?

Spring Term

 

 

Team building/OAA

 

 

 

Team building/OAA

 

-Team Building – benches

-Team Building – Activities

-Team Building – Communication

-Pitch ‘0’

-Netball Court Orienteering

-Field Orienteering – Numbers

-Field Orienteering – Words

-Field Orienteering – Punches

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

·       How can I communicate effectively?

·       How can we work as a team to solve problems?

·       What are the different types of leadership?

·       How can we motivate and encourage our peers?

·       How can I use a map to identify points of interest?

·       How can you work as a team to solve problems?

·       How can we use – plan-do-review to help solve problems/challenges?

 

 

Basketball

 

 

 

Basketball

 

-Passing

-Dribbling

-Shooting

-Offence

-Defence

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

 

·       What are the different types of passing that can be used in basketball?

·       Why is dribbling so important?

·       What are the key things that you need to consider from dribbling?

·       How do you perform shooting? What do you need to remember?

·       When attacking what do you need to do to be effective?

·       When defending what do you need to do to be effective?

Football

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Football

 

-Passing and Receiving

-Moving with the ball

-Shooting

-Moving off the ball

-Attacking

-Defending

 

 

 

 

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

▫   What is the correct technique used for a side foot pass in football?

▫   What is the correct technique used to receive a ball?

▫   What different types of passes can we use?

▫   What is the correct technique used when dribbling?

▫   What is the correct technique used to tackle?

▫   What is the correct technique used to take a throw in?

▫   How can I change a pass to make it travel further?

▫   What is jockeying and when is it used?

▫   What skills can I perform well?

▫   What tactics am I able to apply?

▫   What rules & regulations do I understand?

▫   What are my areas requiring improvement?

▫   What impact do the strategies I apply have?

 

Dance

 

Dance

 

-Movement

-Actions

-Motifs

-Rhythm

-Phrasing

-Choreography

 

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

▫   What can I use to help choreograph a dance that is pleasing to the eye?

▫   What is a choreographic principle?

▫   How can we use the music to make our dance more effective?

▫   How many beats do we count to in dance?

▫   What different relationships can we use in dance?

▫   How can we use changes in height to enhance our dance?

▫   What choreographic devices can we use to enhance our dance?

 

Gym

 

 

 

 

Gym

 

-Rolls

-Balances

-Sequencing

-Travel

-Performance

-Flight/Height

 

 

 

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

What are the different types of roles and how do you perform them?

What are the different types of balances and how do you perform them?

How do you get from a balance to a role?

How can you use space to link actions together?

What is tension?

What makes a performance increase in quality?

 

 

 

 

Summer Term

Athletics

 

 

 

 

Athletics

 

-Discus

-Javelin

-Shot

-Middle Distance

-Long Jump

-High Jump

-Sprints

-Relay

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

 

·       Why is pacing important in middle to long distance running?

·       What are the correct principles involved in throwing?

·       What is the correct technique for sprinting?

·       What is the correct technique used to run for distance?

·       What is a foul throw in athletic events?

·       What is a foul jump in long and triple jump?

 

 

 

 

 

Cricket

Cricket

 

-Fielding

-Catching

-Fielding barriers

-Bowling

-Batting

-Applying skills

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

·       What is the correct grip for holding a bat in cricket?

·       What is the correct technique for catching a ball?

·       What is the correct technique to use for a long barrier?

·       What is the correct technique used for a short barrier?

·       How do we bowl in cricket?

·       What is the role of a wicket keeper?

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Rounders

 

 

 

Rounders

 

-Throwing and Catching

-Fielding

-Bowling

-Batting

-Fielding tactics

-Match play

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

·       How do we bowl in rounders?

·       What is the role of a backstop?

·       How can I communicate effectively?

·       What is the correct way to hit the ball?

·       What are the different areas that you should try and hit the ball?

·       What are the specific tactics that you can use in a game?

 

Assessment: End of Topic Core Task and Assessment

 

 

Year 8 –Medium Term Overview

 

In year 7 the students have experienced a wide range of physical activities developing their basic fundamental skills and techniques, as well as their knowledge and understanding of rules, strategies and tactics to be successful in competitive situation. They will have developed their problem-solving, teamwork and communication skills alongside their ability to identify and describe their own or other’s performances. They will now further develop their knowledge and understanding, looking at more complex skills and focussing on the correct application of key skills to increase their consistency, accuracy and control.

 

KQFL:

 

 

 

 

AO1/AO2 – Can pupils perform consistently with more refined and developed skills?

AO1/AO2 – Can pupils perform more complex tactics and strategies?

AO3 – Can pupils can evaluate strengths and weaknesses in their own and others’ performance and make suggestions for improvement?

AO4 – Can pupils execute and lead an effective warm-up?

 

Autumn Term

Football

 

 

 

 

 

 

Football

 

-Further passing and receiving

-Further moving with the ball

-Further shooting

-Formations

-Further defending

-Width and Crossing

 

 

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

▫   How do you select the right pass in football?

▫   How can we alter our passes to suit the situation?

▫   What is the correct technique used to control the ball with your chest?

▫   How can you try and keep possession of the ball when you are dribbling?

▫   What rules apply to a throw in?

▫   What are the rules on tackling?

▫   What is the difference between a direct and indirect free kick?

▫   What different formations can you use?

 

 

Rugby

 

Rugby

 

-Contact – Basic Maul

-Contact – Rucking

-Contact – Tackling

-Ball Handling

-Creating Space

 

 

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

▫   In rugby how do you protect the ball when approaching another player?

▫   How can we use a long body position when we have been tackled to help protect the ball?

▫   How can I draw opponents towards me when carrying the ball to help create space for the next pass?

▫   How do you perform a grab tackle?

▫   What is the correct technique used for tackling?

▫   What is a lineout?

▫   What are the rules regarding high tackles?

▫   When could you be awarded a lineout?

 

Volleyball

 

 

 

 

 

 

Volleyball

 

- Volley and Set

- Dig

- Serve

- Spike

- Block

- Positioning

- Match Play

 

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

▫   How do you rotate in volleyball?

▫   When do you rotate?

▫   Where do you serve from in volleyball?

▫   What are the rules of serving?

▫   What is the aim of the set shot?

▫   When do you use a dig/pass?

▫   What is the correct technique used to perform a Spike?

▫   When would you try and use the spike?

 

 

 

Table Tennis

 

 

 

 

Table Tennis

 

-Bat grip, familiarisation/Rules

-Forehand push

-Backhand push

-Forehand drive

-Backhand drive

-Serving

-Tactics/Game play

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

 

·       What are the different ways that we can hold a bat?

·       How different is a forehand push to a forehand drive?

·       When should you play a backhand push?

·       What are the different ways that you can serve?

·       What are the different rules to serving?

·       How many different tactics are there that you can use to help you win a game?

 

 

 

 

Netball

 

 

 

 

 

 

Netball

 

-Footwork and passing

-Dodging

-Dodging space and timing

-Marking the player/Marking the ball

-Shooting and Marking

-Game Play

 

 

 

 

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

▫   What happens if a player performs footwork incorrectly?

▫   What does a running step and pivot in the air look like?

▫   When is the best time for each pass to be used in a competitive situation?

▫   What happens if someone breaks the three second rule?

▫   How do you take a throw in?

▫   What are the rules of a throw in?

▫   What other ways can you find a space when trying to get away from a defender?

▫   Why is the timing of your movement so important?

▫   What is the difference between marking the player and marking the space?

▫   How far away must you be to mark in netball?

▫   What is the difference between a free pass and penalty pass?

▫   How can we intercept the ball?

▫   How can you obstruct a player?

▫   What is given for all minor fouls?

▫   Can you explain the difference roles between the positions on the court?

▫   What tactics can we use to help outwit our opponents?

Spring Term

Fitness

 

 

 

 

Fitness

 

-Exercise Intensity

-Training Zones and Thresholds

-Components of Fitness- Physical

-Components of Fitness- Skill

-Fitness Testing

 

 

 

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

 

▫   How does recovery from exercise indicate fitness?

▫   How can we measure our fitness levels?

▫   What different components of fitness can we measure?

▫   How can we improve our fitness?

▫   What methods of fitness training exist?

▫   How do you choose the right method?

▫   How do we prepare for a fitness session?

 

 

 

 

 

Table Tennis

Table Tennis

 

-Bat grip, familiarisation/Rules

-Forehand push

-Backhand push

-Forehand drive

-Backhand drive

-Serving

-Tactics/Game play

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

 

·       What are the different ways that we can hold a bat?

·       How different is a forehand push to a forehand drive?

·       When should you play a backhand push?

·       What are the different ways that you can serve?

·       What are the different rules to serving?

·       How many different tactics are there that you can use to help you win a game?

 

 

 

 

 

Badminton

 

 

 

 

Badminton

-Racket familiarisation/Rules

-Overhead Clear shot

-Smash Shot

-Serving

-Net Play/Drop Shot

-Tactics/Game play

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

·       Where should you connect with the shuttlecock when performing a overhead clear?

·       What are the risks involved when performing a smash shot?

·       What are the different types of serves that can and should be performed?

·       How and why do you change your serve?

·       What are the rules linked to net play?

·       How many different tactics are there that you can use to help you win a game?

 

Football

 

 

 

 

 

 

Football

 

-Further passing and receiving

-Further moving with the ball

-Further shooting

-Formations

-Further defending

-Width and Crossing

 

 

 

 

 

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

▫   How do you select the right pass in football?

▫   How can we alter our passes to suit the situation?

▫   What is the correct technique used to control the ball with your chest?

▫   How can you try and keep possession of the ball when you are dribbling?

▫   What rules apply to a throw in?

▫   What are the rules on tackling?

▫   What is the difference between a direct and indirect free kick?

▫   What different formations can you use?

 

Dance

 

 

 

 

Dance

 

-Movement

-Actions

-Motifs

-Rhythm

-Phrasing

-Choreography

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

▫   What are choreographic devices?

▫   What different relationships can we use in dance?

▫   How can we use changes in height to enhance our Dance?

▫   What choreographic devices can we use to enhance our dance?

 

 

Summer Term

Athletics

 

 

 

Athletics

 

-Discus

-Javelin

-Shot

-Middle Distance

-Long Jump

-High Jump

-Sprints

-Relay

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

▫   How does the stage of a race affect the pace?

▫   How can we transfer previous knowledge of throwing-to-throwing events in athletics?

▫   How can we increase the distance we achieve when throwing?

▫   What are the rules regarding throwing events in athletics?

▫   What are the rules for long jump?

▫   How can we work our run up out for long jump?

▫   Why do we need maximum speed before we take off in long jump?

▫   What happens if we leave our lane during the 100m, 200m 400m and relay?

▫   What is the correct technique(s) to use when changing the baton over in relay?

▫   How do we complete the 4x100m relay?

▫   How can we increase the distance we achieve when we jump?

 

 

 

Cricket

 

 

Cricket

 

-Advanced fielding

-Wicket Keeping

-Advanced batting

-Umpiring

-Advanced bowling

-Ability to apply skills

 

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

▫   What information should I use to help me select the correct shot to play in cricket and rounders?

▫   When do we use the quick pick up?

▫   When do we use a short barrier?

▫   When do we use a long barrier?

▫   How do I change the direction of the shots I make?

 

 

Rounders

 

 

 

Rounders

 

-Fielding

-Advanced Batting

-Advanced Bowling

-Positional Roles

-Tactics and strategies

-Match Play

 

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

▫   What information should I use to help me select the correct shot to play in cricket and rounders?

▫   When do we use the quick pick up?

▫   When do we use a short barrier?

▫   When do we use a long barrier?

▫   How do I change the direction of the shots I make?

 

Assessment: End of Topic Core Task and Assessment

 

 

 

 

 

Year 9 –Medium Term Overview

 

In year 8 the students have developed their technical skills and tactical awareness in a range of activities. They have continued to develop their evaluation of performance and tactics and have started to use this to give peer feedback and improve performance. They will now focus on refining their ability to apply and adapt skills to the meet the demands of the changing competitive situation more effectively. Students will focus on increasing their competence and confidence when leading others in the preparation for exercise and the improvement of performance.

 

 

KQFL:

 

 

 

 

AO1/AO2 – Can pupils execute complex skills effectively to meet the demands of the changing competitive situations?

AO1/AO2 – Can pupils effectively apply tactics and strategies to impact performance?

AO3 – Can pupils can analyse strengths and weaknesses in their own and others’ performance and justify suggestions for improvement?

AO4 – Can pupils lead and adapt an effective warm-up to meet the demands of the activity?

 

Autumn Term

Football

 

 

Football

 

-Creating space and committing

-Formations

-Width and Depth

-Set pieces

-Defending as a unit

-Attacking as a unit

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

 

·       How do you alter your passes to suit different situations?

·       What is the correct technique used to cross the ball?

·       How can you alter your formation to help outwit your opponents?

·       If you are the last defender how would you defend the player with the ball?

·       When is a penalty awarded?

·       What is the off-side rule?

·       When is a direct free kick awarded?

 

 

Badminton

 

 

 

 

Badminton

 

-Overhead Clear shot

-Smash Shot

-Serving

-Net Play

-Drop Shot

-Doubles

-Tactics/Game play

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

 

Why do you need to send your opponent to the back of the court?

Which part of the court should you look to aim for when doing a smash shot?

How do we vary our serves?

Why is net play so important?

Where should you move back to once you have performed a shot?

What are the different tactics to doubles play?

How are the rules and scoring different in singles and doubles?

 

 

Basketball

 

 

 

Basketball

 

-Shooting - Jump Shot

-3-man Weave

-Positional play

-Rebounds

-Game tactics

 

 

 

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

▫   How do you perform a set shot?

▫   How do you perform a lay-up?

▫   When would you use a lay-up?

▫   How can you legally steal the ball in basketball?

▫   How can we move with the ball in basketball?

▫   What are the different tactics you can apply as a team when you are defending?

▫   What is a foul?

▫   What is the triple threat in basketball?

▫   What happens if the ball goes out of play in Basketball?

▫   How does a game of basketball start?

 

 

Table Tennis

 

 

 

 

 

Table Tennis

 

-Recap of forehand/backhand push and drive

-Spin – Side, Chop and loop

-Attacking smash

-Defensive block

-Doubles

-Tactics/Game play

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

 

·       How do you perform a forehand and backhand push?

·       Why are they important in a game of table tennis?

·       What are the key points to being able to perform spin effectively?

·       How do you reduce the risk in a attacking shot?

·       What should you always do when performing a defensive block?

·       What is the rotation when playing doubles?

·       Key tactics that should be used in Table Tennis?

 

 

 

 

 

Netball

 

 

 

 

Netball

 

-Pivoting and passing

-Tactical dodging

-Timing and spacing

-Tactical games

-Shooting

-Match play

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

 

·       When and why would you use the running step and pivoting in the air in a competitive situation?

·       Why is it important to select the correct pass in a competitive situation?

·       Why is it important to use different methods of attack to get free from a defender?

·       What would good sequencing look like in a competitive situation?

·       What would marking the space look like in a competitive situation?

·       How can a team defend together in a competitive situation?

·       What is a set play and why are they used?

·       Why is it important to know where to shoot from for success?

·       What position do you play most effectively at?

·       How could you improve areas of weakness in your game?

·       How could a peer improve areas of weakness in their game?

Spring Term

Fitness Testing

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fitness Testing

 

-Recap Components of Fitness

-Advanced Fitness Testing

-Basic Principles of Training

-Additional Principles of Training

-Aerobic Endurance Training Methods

-Strength and Muscular Endurance Training Methods

-Power Training

-Speed Training

 

 

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

 

·       Why are components of fitness important?

·       Can you link x component of fitness to x sport?

·       What are the differences between basic principles of training and advanced principles of training?

·       What sports require aerobic endurance?

·       What are the training methods for strength, muscular endurance?

·       How does Power and Speed link to sport?

 

 

Leadership

 

 

 

 

 

Leadership

 

-Communication Verbal

-Communication Non-Verbal

-Knowledge

-Motivation

-Warm up’s

-Skill Progressions

-Conditioned game

-Lead Session

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

 

·       What are the different types of communication?

·       Why does a leader need knowledge to be a good leader?

·       What happens if a sports leader is not motivated?

·       What are the different stages to an effective warm up?

·       Why is the order of activities that you do important?

 

 

 

 

 

 

Volleyball

 

 

 

Volleyball

 

-Advanced Volley and Set

-Advanced Dig

-Variation of serving

-Advanced Spike

-Advanced Block

-Tactics/Game Play

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

•                     In volleyball what tactics can we apply to our serve?

•                     Is a player allowed to touch the net in volleyball?

•                     Is a player allowed to break the line of the net (reach over into their opponent’s side)?

•                     How can you set the ball to help your team spike the ball over the net?

•                     What is classed as an illegal shot?

•                     When the ball has been served over the net, what  shot should we try and play?

·       When trying to spike or block the ball what should we do to try and generate height?

·       What is the correct technique used to block the ball?

·       How does your court position impact your role in the team?

·       When can you touch the ball twice consecutively?

·       What parts of the body can you touch the ball with?

 

Summer Term

Athletics

 

 

 

Athletics

 

-Discus

-Javelin

-Shot

-Middle Distance

-Sprints

-Long Jump

-Triple Jump

-High Jump

-Relay

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

·       How can we prevent cramp?

·       How can I use my position in the pack to my advantage when running middle to long distance races?

·       How can I increase my speed when sprinting?

·       Why does a run up increase the distance achieved in throwing events?

·       How do you measure throwing events correctly?

·       How do you measure long and triple jump correctly?

·       Why is the length of the run up important in long and triple jump?

· What happens if we have a false start?

·       How can we work as a team to beat world records in different athletic events?

 

Cricket

 

 

 

 

Cricket

 

-Advanced fielding

-Wicket Keeping

-Advanced batting

-Umpiring

-Advanced bowling

-Ability to apply skills

 

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

 

·       How can we keep our balance when batting?

·       How do you use different deliveries to outwit your opponents?

·       How can we use a change of bowler to help get a wicket?

·       How do I know I can perform X skill well?

·       What is the impact of set tactics on my/our performance?

·       How can we position our fielders to help outwit our opponents?

·       How do we use the position of the fielders to select the correct shot to play?

What information should we use when selecting a shot?

 

 

Rounders

 

 

Rounders

 

-Fielding

-Further advancement of batting

-Further advancement of bowing

-Fielding roles

-Evaluation of tactics

-Match play

 

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

·       How can we use the golden triangle to effectively outwit our opponents in rounders?

·       What fielding tactics can we use to help outwit our opponents?

·       How can we use loaded bases to help outwit our opponents?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Assessment: End of Topic Core Task and Assessment

 

 

 

 

 

Year 10 –Medium Term Overview

 

In year 9, the students have refined their ability to apply and adapt skills to the meet the demands of the changing competitive situation more effectively. Students have also focussed on increasing their competence and confidence when leading others in the preparation for exercise and the improvement of performance. Students will use and develop a variety of tactics and strategies to overcome opponents in team and individual games as well as develop their technique and improve their performance in other competitive sports and physical activities. They will take part in further outdoor and adventurous activities in a range of environments which present intellectual and physical challenges and which encourage pupils to work in a team, building on trust and developing skills to solve problems, either individually or as a group. Students will continue to evaluate their performances compared to previous ones and demonstrate improvement across a range of physical activities to achieve their personal best.

 

KQFL:

 

 

 

 

Can pupils execute complex skills effectively to meet the demands of the changing competitive situations?

Can pupils effectively apply tactics and strategies to impact performance in complex and demanding physical activities?

Can pupils continue to evaluate their performances compared to previous ones and justify suggestions for improvement across a range of physical activities to achieve their personal best?

Can students develop their personal fitness through a range of physical activities?

Can students explain the importance of, and identify how to lead a healthy, active lifestyle?

 

Autumn Term

Football

 

 

 

 

Football

 

Skill Development

Tactical Play

Identification of Strengths and Weaknesses

Rules and Officiating

Leadership

Coaching

 

 

 

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

 

·       What are effective passages of play?

·       What are the different tactics that can be used?

·       What is an indirect and direct free – What signals should you use?

·       What key things do you need to be an effective leader?

 

 

 

Netball

 

 

 

 

 

Netball

 

Advanced Footwork and Passing

Attacking Principles

Defensive Principles

Tactical Play

Game Play

 

 

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

 

·       When should you use advanced footwork in Netball?

·       Why is this so important?

·       How many different attacking princples are there?

·       How do you stop the attacking principles?

·       What are the different tactics needed?

 

 

 

Volleyball

 

 

 

 

Volleyball

 

Spiking

Blocking

Positions

Rotation play

Deep serving

 

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

·       Spiking can be a risky shot to perform, how do you make it effective?

·       What are the key techniques to blocking?

·       Why is it important to have positions?

·       What do you need to think about when serving deep?

 

 

 

 

Dodgeball

 

 

 

 

 

Dodgeball

 

 

Throwing

Catching

Dodging

Blocking

Tactics

Catching 2

Dodging 2

Tactics 2

Competition

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

·       What are the advanced ways that we can throw and catch a ball?

·       Which players should you have dodging the ball?

·       Why should you have a blocker?

·       Are there different ways that you can set your team up?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fitness

 

 

 

 

 

Fitness

Circuit Training

Circuit Training

Circuit Training

Aerobics

HIIT

Yoga/Pilates

Planning the Programme

Performing the Programme

Reviewing the Programme 

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

 

·       What different ways can you set up circuit training?

·       What are the key differences with Aerobics?

·       What should you consider when doing a HIIT program?

·       What needs to go into your program when planning a fitness activity?

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spring Term

 

 

Table Tennis

 

 

 

Table Tennis

 

Attacking shots

Defending shots

Tactics

Singles Play

Doubles play

 

 

 

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

 

·       How do you perform a forehand and backhand push?

·       Why are they important in a game of table tennis?

·       What are the key points to being able to perform spin effectively?

·       How do you reduce the risk in a attacking shot?

·       What should you always do when performing a defensive block?

·       What is the rotation when playing doubles?

·       Key tactics that should be used in Table Tennis?

 

 

Badminton

 

 

 

 

 

 

Badminton

 

Flick Serve

Backhand Smash

Backhand Drop Shot

Doubles/Singles Play

Match Play

Doubles Play

Singles Play

Peer Feedback

Match Play

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

Why do you need to send your opponent to the back of the court?

Which part of the court should you look to aim for when doing a smash shot?

How do we vary our serves?

Why is net play so important?

Where should you move back to once you have performed a shot?

What are the different tactics to doubles play?

How are the rules and scoring different in singles and doubles?

 

 

Dodgeball

 

 

 

 

Dodgeball

Throwing

Catching

Dodging

Blocking

Tactics

Catching 2

Dodging 2

Tactics 2

Competition

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

·       What are the advanced ways that we can throw and catch a ball?

·       Which players should you have dodging the ball?

·       Why should you have a blocker?

·       Are there different ways that you can set your team up?

 

 

 

 

 

Summer Term

 

Athletics

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Athletics

Jumping – Long Jump and Triple Jump

Jumping - High Jump

Throwing – Shot Put, Discus and Javelin

Sprints- 100m/200m and Relays

Middle Distance – 300m/400m/800m/1500m

Peer Coaching – Jumping

Peer Coaching – Throwing

Peer Coaching - Running

Competition

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

 

·       How can we prevent cramp?

·       How can I use my position in the pack to my advantage when running middle to long distance races?

·       How can I increase my speed when sprinting?

·       Why does a run up increase the distance achieved in throwing events?

·       How do you measure throwing events correctly?

·       How do you measure long and triple jump correctly?

·       Why is the length of the run up important in long and triple jump?

· What happens if we have a false start?

·       How can we work as a team to beat world records in different athletic events?

Cricket

 

 

 

 

 

Cricket

 

Bowling line and length

Bowling off stump

Batting – offside

Batting onside

Wicketkeeping

Tactics

 

 

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

·       How can we keep our balance when batting?

·       How do you use different deliveries to outwit your opponents?

·       How can we use a change of bowler to help get a wicket?

·       How do I know I can perform X skill well?

·       What is the impact of set tactics on my/our performance?

·       How can we position our fielders to help outwit our opponents?

·       How do we use the position of the fielders to select the correct shot to play?

What information should we use when selecting a shot

 

Rounders

 

 

Rounders

Fielding Fundamentals

Bowling and Batting

Fielding Set Plays

Positional Roles

The Role of the Referee

Competitive Play

Tactical Strategies

Positional Roles

Peer Feedback/Coaching

Competitive Play

 

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

 

·       How can we use the golden triangle to effectively outwit our opponents in rounders?

·       What fielding tactics can we use to help outwit our opponents?

·       How can we use loaded bases to help outwit our opponents?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Year 11 – Medium Term Overview

 

In year 10 students have taken part in a range of activities which present intellectual and physical challenges that encouraged pupils to work in a team, building on trust and developing skills to solve problems. Students will use and develop a variety of tactics and strategies to overcome opponents in team and individual games as well as develop their technique and improve their performance in other competitive sports and physical activities. Students will continue to evaluate their performances compared to previous ones and justify recommendations for improvement across a range of physical activities to achieve their personal best.

 

KQFL:

 

 

 

 

Can pupils execute complex skills effectively to meet the demands of the changing competitive situations?

Can pupils effectively apply tactics and strategies to impact performance in complex and demanding physical activities?

Can pupils continue to evaluate their performances compared to previous ones and justify suggestions for improvement across a range of physical activities to achieve their personal best?

Can students develop their personal fitness through a range of physical activities?

Can students explain the importance of, and identify how to lead a healthy, active lifestyle?

 

Autumn Term

Football

 

 

 

 

 

Football

Skill Development

Tactical Play

Identification of Strengths and Weaknesses

Rules and Officiating

Leadership

Coaching

 

 

 

 

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

 

·       What are effective passages of play?

·       What are the different tactics that can be used?

·       What is an indirect and direct free – What signals should you use?

·       What key things do you need to be an effective leader?

 

 

 

Netball

 

 

 

 

 

Netball

Attacking Strategies

Defensive Strategies

Peer Feedback and Coaching

Game Play

 

 

 

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

 

·       When should you use advanced footwork in Netball?

·       Why is this so important?

·       How many different attacking princples are there?

·       How do you stop the attacking principles?

·       What are the different tactics needed?

 

 

 

Volleyball

 

 

 

 

Volleyball

Spiking

Blocking

Positions

Rotation play

Deep serving

 

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

 

·       Spiking can be a risky shot to perform, how do you make it effective?

·       What are the key techniques to blocking?

·       Why is it important to have positions?

·       What do you need to think about when serving deep?

 

 

 

Dodgeball

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dodgeball

Throwing

Catching

Dodging

Blocking

Tactics

Catching 2

Dodging 2

Tactics 2

Competition

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

·       What are the advanced ways that we can throw and catch a ball?

·       Which players should you have dodging the ball?

·       Why should you have a blocker?

·       Are there different ways that you can set your team up?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fitness

 

 

 

 

 

Fitness

 

Circuit Training

Circuit Training

Circuit Training

Aerobics

HIIT

Yoga/Pilates

Planning the Programme

Performing the Programme

Reviewing the Programme 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

·       What different ways can you set up circuit training?

·       What are the key differences with Aerobics?

·       What should you consider when doing a HIIT program?

·       What needs to go into your program when planning a fitness activity?

 

 

 

 

 

Spring Term

Table Tennis

 

 

 

Table Tennis

Attacking shots

Defending shots

Tactics

Singles Play

Doubles play

 

 

 

 

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

 

·       How do you perform a forehand and backhand push?

·       Why are they important in a game of table tennis?

·       What are the key points to being able to perform spin effectively?

·       How do you reduce the risk in a attacking shot?

·       What should you always do when performing a defensive block?

·       What is the rotation when playing doubles?

·       Key tactics that should be used in Table Tennis?

 

 

Badminton

 

 

 

 

 

 

Badminton

 

Flick Serve

Backhand Smash

Backhand Drop Shot

Doubles/Singles Play

Match Play

Doubles Play

Singles Play

Peer Feedback

Match Play

 

 

 

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

 

Why do you need to send your opponent to the back of the court?

Which part of the court should you look to aim for when doing a smash shot?

How do we vary our serves?

Why is net play so important?

Where should you move back to once you have performed a shot?

What are the different tactics to doubles play?

How are the rules and scoring different in singles and doubles?

 

 

 

 

Dodgeball

 

 

 

 

Dodgeball

Throwing

Catching

Dodging

Blocking

Tactics

Catching 2

Dodging 2

Tactics 2

Competition

 

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

·       What are the advanced ways that we can throw and catch a ball?

·       Which players should you have dodging the ball?

·       Why should you have a blocker?

·       Are there different ways that you can set your team up?

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summer Term

Cricket

 

Cricket

Bowling line and length

Bowling off stump

Batting – offside

Batting onside

Wicketkeeping

Tactics

 

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

·       How can we keep our balance when batting?

·       How do you use different deliveries to outwit your opponents?

·       How can we use a change of bowler to help get a wicket?

·       How do I know I can perform X skill well?

·       What is the impact of set tactics on my/our performance?

·       How can we position our fielders to help outwit our opponents?

·       How do we use the position of the fielders to select the correct shot to play?

What information should we use when selecting a shot?

 

Rounders

 

 

 

Rounders

Fielding Fundamentals

Bowling and Batting

Fielding Set Plays

Positional Roles

The Role of the Referee

Competitive Play

Tactical Strategies

Positional Roles

Peer Feedback/Coaching

Competitive Play

 

 

 

 

Substantive and Disciplinary Knowledge

·       How can we keep our balance when batting?

·       How do you use different deliveries to outwit your opponents?

·       How can we use a change of bowler to help get a wicket?

·       How do I know I can perform X skill well?

·       What is the impact of set tactics on my/our performance?

·       How can we position our fielders to help outwit our opponents?

·       How do we use the position of the fielders to select the correct shot to play?

What information should we use when selecting a shot?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Key Stage 5

Students wising to progress to Level 3 study can follow the BTEC National Extended Certificate in Sport.

Click here for a link to the Option Book page:

Click here for a link to the Specification:

https://qualifications.pearson.com/content/dam/pdf/BTEC-Nationals/Sport/20161/specification-and-sample-assessments/btec-l3-national-ext-cert-in-sport-spec.pdf

Options Booklet

KS4 Sport

KS5 Sport

Extra-curricular opportunities

We enter teams for local competitions in a range of sports including football, netball and athletics.

We offer a wide range of lunchtime and after-school clubs. These change depending on the time of year and the interests of students. Some examples are:

  • Cross country
  • Netball
  • Football
  • Table tennis
  • Futsal
  • Badminton
  • Yoga
  • Dodgeball
  • Volleyball