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PE Portfolio

Evidence from the EYFS curriculum 

Physical Development, Moving and handling Nursery have been learning how to use balance and co-ordination to help them use the hoola hoop, using a bat and ball and taking part in Go noodle as part of our whole school Staying healthy week. 

Early Years: Physical Development - Moving and Handling

40-60m: Shows increasing control over an object in pushing, patting, throwing, catching or kicking it.

Physical Development - Moving and Handling

Travels with confidence and skill around, under, over and through balancing and climbing equipment.

Experiments with different ways of moving, testing out ideas and adapting movements to reduce risk.

Climbs stairs and steps and moves across climbing equipment using alternate feet. Maintains balance using hands and body to stabilise. 

Physical Development - Moving and Handling

Shows increasing control over an object in throwing it.

Runs with spatial awareness and negotiates spaces successfully, adjusting speed or direction to avoid obstacles. 

To support our learning about growing, we imagined we were a seed, all tucked up in the ground. As the music played, we began to slowly grow our roots and leaves until we were a tall flower. Some children represented the sun and rain and moved around to replicate raindrops (on their tiptoes and wiggling their fingers) and the sun (taking large strides with wide arms). 

Please see our evidence for each PE National Curriculum Programme of Study below.

KS1 - master basic movements including running, jumping, throwing and catching, as well as developing balance, agility and co-ordination, and begin to apply these in a range of activities

Year 2: Multi-skills

LI: To develop balance and coordination when hitting a ball. To hold a racket correctly to hit a ball. 

The children recapped how to hold a racket correctly and use it to control and hit a bean bag or ball. They were encouraged to use good balance and coordination to control their ball. By the end of the session, the children were able to show more understanding of how to hold a racket correctly. The children had a good go at using their racket to hit a target and they showed good cooperation to play a team game.

Year 2

LQ: How do you move, dodge and kick a ball to attack and defend?

The children were encouraged to dribble their ball in order to show control. The children were then encouraged to dribble their ball around obstacles and then around their friends. They had to defend their ball from their friends and try and keep their tags. The children showed good control over their footballs and were able to dodge others in order to keep their ball and their tag. The children could use vocabulary linked to the lesson such as defend, invade and dodge.

Year 1 have been learning about target throwing and rolling through a series of multi-skills lessons.

Year one have been learning about throwing, catching and rolling a ball through a range of multi-skills lessons.

Year 1

Learning Intention: To bounce a ball with control.

The children were encouraged to bounce the ball in various different ways. They started off bouncing the ball in front of them whilst sat down and moved onto bouncing the ball whilst stood up once they were more confident with catching it. The children showed good control over the balls and some children were able to bounce the ball using only their preferred hand. The children could use vocabulary including bounce and catch.

KS1 - participate in team games, developing simple tactics for attacking and defending

Year 1

Owls-a-hunting

Learning Intention: To participate in simple playground games, following the rules.

Prior to the game, the children were introduced to prey and predators. They were able to understand that:

Prey are animals that are hunted and eaten by other animals.

Predators are animals that hunt and eat other animals.

As a class we discussed different predators and their prey.

"Birds are predators because they like to eat worms" (Nathan)

"Owls are predators and mice are prey" (Florence)

"Foxes like to eat rabbits. The fox is the predator and the rabbit is prey" (Charlie)

The children decided that they would like to pretend to be owls and mice during the game.

The children (mice) were encouraged to move in different ways including skipping, jogging, jumping, leaping and side stepping.  When caught by the owl, the mice then found the safe spot (habitat) and completed 10 star jumps or squats before returning back to the forest. By the end of the session, the children had participated in a simple playground game and were able to follow basic instructions when modelled.

KS1 - perform dances using simple movement patterns

Year One

Learning Intention: To perform dances using simple movement pattern.

The children were encouraged to use a streamer to create different movement and shapes. They were given the opportunity to move around the hall using different movements and different directions. As our current topic is space, the children created lots of different firework movements and patterns with their body and streamer. Miss Clark recapped simple movement patterns including sideward, backwards, diagonally, zigzagging and spiral. The children worked in pairs to perform their own dance using a simple movement pattern. They then shared these with the rest of the class, demonstrating their ability to use a variety of simple movements to create a dance.

Year One

Learning Intention: To perform dances using simple movement pattern.

The children were encouraged to use a streamer to create different movement and shapes. They were given the opportunity to move around the hall using different movements and different directions. As our current topic is space, the children created lots of different firework movements and patterns with their body and streamer. Miss Clark modelled simple movement patterns including sidewards, backwards, diagonally, zigzagging and spiral. The children were very creative with this and were able to put the movements together to create a pattern.

Year 1: We had a think about the different ways that familiar animals move and explored them through movement and dance. We had fun with animal like movements at rest and on the move by curling, stretching, climbing, jumping, balanacing and rolling. By the end of the session the children were great at using the vocabulary such as 'slither, jump and crawl'. 

KS2 - use running, jumping, throwing and catching in isolation and in combination

In Year 3, during their multi-skills unit, children learnt to develop flexibility, strength, technique, control and balance in a context of travelling in different ways. They learnt how to change direction, level or speed when travelling, to use a range of ball control skills and to control movement using balance and coordination.

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Year 4

 During this year 4  PE lesson, the children had to work together to create an obstacle course (which related to our OAA PE unit). Each pair had to lead other groups around their masterpiece, whilst blindfolded, delivering detailed instructions on how to maneuver to complete the course. This developed the children's team work and communication as they moved around each course.

KS2 - play competitive games, modified where appropriate [for example, badminton, basketball, cricket, football, hockey, netball, rounders and tennis], and apply basic principles suitable for attacking and defending

KS2 learnt a range of competitive games. They learnt the rules for these games and how to apply the skills taught in PE lessons.

KS2 - develop flexibility, strength, technique, control and balance [for example, through athletics and gymnastics]

Year 3 can create the straddle, pike and tuck position

Year 5 learnt about different balances. They learnt what a counter balance is and showed off their creativity by designing, practising and refining their own balances using a different number of points.

Year 6 - Leaps, Jumps and Rolls

Year 6 recapped leaps, jumps and rolls that they had previously learnt and attempted new ones, such as: the stag leap, the cat leap full turn, the straddle roll and backward roll. They learnt about safety tips when completing this moves and the best way to take off and land when leaping. The children worked to combine different leaps and rolls that they had mastered. 

KS2 - perform dances using a range of movement patterns

In Year 3, their dance unit taught them a range of different skills with the aim of producing an interesting dance phrase to represent a montage of natural disasters. In each session, the children explored different areas linked to 'Extreme Earth', including different forms of natural disaster and the effects they have upon people and the world. The children learnt to use improvisation; design their own dance moves; link and combine movements; perform with expression; respond to different stimulus and create and perform a dance phrase applying
their newly developed skills. They developed their skills of co-operation, working both in pairs and small groups to create these movement phrases.

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Year 6

The children have worked on creating dance sequences, representing electricity and circuits. After spending a lesson re-creating a circuit through dance, the children then moved on to representing the journey of a spark. Within their dance, they needed to represent: a strike of lightning, electricity flowing smoothly, an object coming to life with electricity and an object switching off when the power is removed. They also had to consider different dance strategies, such as: levels, isolation, tempo, dynamics and repetition. 

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KS2 - take part in outdoor and adventurous activity challenges both individually and within a team

Year 5 took on many different challenges. They had to learn about good team work. The main focus for this lesson was communication and collaboration.

KS2 - compare their performances with previous ones and demonstrate improvement to achieve their personal best

Year 6 completed a circuit training session. They recorded their scores over 2 circuits and then identified their personal bests.

Swimming and Water Safety:

Swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres

Use a range of strokes effectively [for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke]

Perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations

Year 6 attended 15 weeks of swimming lessons at Dearneside Leisure Centre. The children have all worked towards the aspects of the National Curriculum, as well as the 'National Curriculum Award' in swimming. Some children were able to achieve the 'challenge award'. The children practiced: front crawl, backstroke, dolphin and breast stroke. They learnt the meaning of 'SAFE' as the safety code, and completed a life saving skills lesson, wearing their pjs or clothes. 

For the first time in the 14 years that swimming teacher Carol has worked at Dearneside, all children achieved their 25 metre swim!