Physical Education

Closure For Xmas Holiday

Please note: school closes on Friday 20th December at 12.45pm for the Xmas holiday and re-opens on Monday 6th January normal time, 8.40am.

Physical Education

rotation 1

Taught in form groups
Topic
Overview

Badminton

Badminton – ready position, clear, smash, net shot, different variations of serve, disguise on shots, development of singles and doubles play

Netball

Netball – which types of passes to use in different scenarios, recap of fundamental rules, support play, timing of passes, attacking plays, shooting development, marking/defending plays

Basketball

Basketball – triple threat position, development of passing and dribbling – when to use them to outwit an opponent, attacking and defensive strategies, recap set shot and lay up – add on jump shot

Social, Moral, Spiritual & Cultural and British Values Links

SMSC: Spiritual experiences, Moral e.g. playing by the rules of the game, Social includes working and socialising with pupils from different religious, ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds, Cultural is shown by pupils willingness to participate in different sporting opportunities from different countries therefore learning about them and where they came from.  

British Values: Democracy – all students participate in all lessons equally – no barriers to participation, Rule of Law - Classroom expectations and sanctions are followed by each member of staff. Rules of games are also abided by when playing, Individual Liberty – extra-curricular opportunities are offered for all, Mutual Respect – part of our school ethos and behaviour policy and also these values are reinforced through sport, Tolerance to those with different faiths/beliefs – opportunities within school to experience diversity – through working with different peers and also experiencing sports from different cultures.

 

Careers, Advice, Information & Guidance Links

Experiencing the job roles of:

    • Peer assessor
    • Coach
    • Official 
    • Performer

 

Home Learning this Term

To support the learning within the subject, pupils can choose to attend extra-curricular clubs for these activities at lunchtimes and after school. Timetables can be found around the PE department in changing rooms, form tutors have a copy for their tutor room boards and it is also on the school website/social media. This could then lead to advancing skills further in these activities and the possibly being selected to play for the school team.

 

rotation 2

This rotation includes – 6 weeks on girls/boys rotations and 3 weeks on the mixed rotation
Topic
Overview
Football  - Boys

Football – developing passes and different types – when to use them, turning and dribbling with a defender, developing attacking, developing different ways to shoot, heading and further strategies to use in game play

Rugby – Girls

Rugby – recap of passing and refining of ball handling skills, developing passing and tackling in bigger set plays, kicking, tactical plays

Gymnastics - Mixed
Gymnastics (flight) – basic flight e.g. jumps, introduce basic vaulting, develop to vaulting over low level apparatus, then onto full height vaulting apparatus, routines

Social, Moral, Spiritual & Cultural and British Values Links

See above

 

Careers, Advice, Information & Guidance Links

Experiencing the job roles of:

    • Peer assessor
    • Coach
    • Official 
    • Performer

 

Home Learning this Term

To support the learning within the subject, pupils can choose to attend extra-curricular clubs for these activities at lunchtimes and after school. Timetables can be found around the PE department in changing rooms, form tutors have a copy for their tutor room boards and it is also on the school website/social media. This could then lead to advancing skills further in these activities and the possibly being selected to play for the school team.

 

 

rotation 3

This rotation includes – 6 weeks on girls/boys rotations and 3 weeks on the mixed rotation
Topic
Overview
Rugby - Boys

Rugby – recap of passing and refining of ball handling skills, developing passing and tackling in bigger set plays, kicking, tactical plays

Football – Girls

Football – developing passes and different types – when to use them, turning and dribbling with a defender, developing attacking, developing different ways to shoot, heading and further strategies to use in game play

Volleyball - Mixed

Volleyball – set technique, dig technique, underarm service, 3 touch rule, basic game play – outwitting opponent, basic positions

Social, Moral, Spiritual & Cultural and British Values Links

See above

 

Careers, Advice, Information & Guidance Links

Experiencing the job roles of:

    • Peer assessor
    • Coach
    • Official 
    • Performer

 

Home Learning this Term

To support the learning within the subject, pupils can choose to attend extra-curricular clubs for these activities at lunchtimes and after school. Timetables can be found around the PE department in changing rooms, form tutors have a copy for their tutor room boards and it is also on the school website/social media. This could then lead to advancing skills further in these activities and the possibly being selected to play for the school team.

 

 

 

rotation 3

Taught in tutor groups
Topic
Overview
Athletics - 1 lesson per week

Athletics – running styles - 100, 200, 400m – sprinting technique, pacing for longer distance e.g. 800m, long jump, shot putt, high jump, javelin, relay – adding further technique to these e.g. cross over steps in javelin throw

2nd lesson per week:
Cricket 4 weeks

Cricket – fielding drills, batting – drive and pull shot, bowling – run up added - development,  game scenarios and strategies – calling and also fielding positions

Rounders 4 weeks

Rounders – bowling – high/low/spin, fielding drills, batting placement, fielding tactics and strategies – using specific roles in team, tactics to use as fielder/batter

Tennis 4 weeks

Tennis – grip, basic serving, racket and ball familiarisation, forehand, backhand, game play – scoring system and court dimensions

Social, Moral, Spiritual & Cultural and British Values Links

See above

 

Careers, Advice, Information & Guidance Links

Experiencing the job roles of:

    • Peer assessor
    • Coach
    • Official 
    • Performer

 

Home Learning this Term

To support the learning within the subject, pupils can choose to attend extra-curricular clubs for these activities at lunchtimes and after school. Timetables can be found around the PE department in changing rooms, form tutors have a copy for their tutor room boards and it is also on the school website/social media. This could then lead to advancing skills further in these activities and the possibly being selected to play for the school team.

 

 

Year 8 physical education Summary

During year 8 students will learn the basic skills of new sports such as Volleyball but also ensure they are embedded for all sports from last year. They will experience bigger sided game play, so skills are put under increased pressure. More rules will be introduced for each sport. Also basic tactical play will begin to be taught in all sports to advance their effectiveness in game scenarios.