‘Physically educated persons are those who have learned to arrange their lives in such a way that the habitual physical activities they freely engage in make a distinctive contribution to their wider flourishing' (James MacAllister).
“Physical Literacy can be described as the motivation, confidence, physical competence, knowledge and understanding to value and take responsibility for engagement in physical activities for life.” (Whitehead, 2016).
School Closure- Remote Learning Opportunities
Below are a range of different links to a range of different learning opportunities to use during the school closures. Explore and enjoy!
https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p06tmmvz - Andy's wild workouts- CBeebies.
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ – PE workouts at 9.00 every weekday by Joe Wicks.
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC58aowNEXHHnflR_5YTtP4g - Oti Mabuse’s live dance classes.
https://ddmixforschools.com/ - dance with Darcey Bussell from 1.30 each day.
General Physical Education:
https://www.nhs.uk/change4life - Scroll down on the home page to find Disney and Pixar themed 10 minute shake up activities. Another way to stay fit and healthy throughout the day.
Go Noodle (Fun dance videos for exercise plus videos for mindfulness and stretching, free to join):
Premier League Primary Stars
Here are some fun family challenges that you might want to have a go at!
Physical Education at The Round House Primary Academy
PE develops the pupils’ knowledge, skills and understanding, so that they can perform with increasing competence and confidence in a range of physical activities for sustained periods of time. We provide the broad and balanced programme of physical education we believe every child should have; with activities designed to be enjoyable, vigorous, purposeful and regular. Pupils need to be given the opportunity to engage in competitive sports and activities and understand the importance of teamwork. Through providing positive experiences, a lifelong interest in physical activity is encouraged, as well as promoting positive attitudes towards a healthy lifestyle.
At The Round House, we aim to ensure that all pupils:
For Key Stage 1, pupils should develop fundamental movement skills, become increasingly competent and confident and access a broad range of opportunities to extend their agility, balance and coordination, individually and with others. Teachers should aim for pupils to:
For Key Stage 2, pupils should continue to apply and develop a broader range of skills learning how to use them in different ways and to link them to make actions and sequences of movement. They should begin to enjoy communicating, collaborating and competing with each other. Pupils should be exposed to a variety of sports such as:
Pupils in Year 5 and 6 are taught in a different way. Teachers use the Teaching Games for Understanding (TGfU) approach. Pupils will be learning through playing games and looking at specific skills through this. For example: if the lesson is looking at passing in football, small sided games would be played to look at how pupils are passing. If pupils are finding a skill of passing difficult, the game can be stopped, and pupils are given the opportunity to analysis and use tactics to make it work again. If that still doesn’t work, the teacher can stop the game and do a quick skill-based drill on passing before moving back to the game scenario. The following elements will be considered when teaching the TGfU approach:
Throughout the year, teachers will be given the opportunity to learn from PE specialist teachers from the Hunts School Sports Partnership (HSSP). A specialist teacher will come in for half a day during half a term and will provide the following opportunities:
To help with the cover of PPA, other specialist teachers and coaches teach physical education lessons. Mr Franco, who teaches Physical Education across the DLPT, is at The Round House twice a week and provides his own planning that coincides with our aims and objectives. At The Round House we have a close connection with St Neots F.C. Two coaches from the club’s academy come in once a week to provide PPA cover and an after-school club. Again, planning is provided and this links to what the pupils are currently learning.
Assessment of pupil progress is on-going by the class teacher/PE specialist and is part of formative assessment. For each lesson, the teacher will have a marking sheet. This will involve:
This will inform the teacher of what needs to be taught next lesson. This also allows teachers, who have had a PE specialist teach their lesson, to see how well their children have done and who they need to focus on in the next PE lesson.
Teachers are required to carry out summative assessments at the end of each term, where they will assess children’s physical development alongside the PE objectives and update this information onto Arbor.