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Summer Term 1

Multi-skills – Games to improve hand eye co-ordination and physical stamina

Competitive Games (including invasion) – Games such as football, netball, basketball etc to develop team work and understanding of rules and their application.

 

Summer Term 2

Athletics – focus on track and field events ahead of school sports day in July. Improved co-ordination and stamina as well as explosive speed and power.

 

Swimming will continue on a rotation throughout both terms.

SOUTHCOTE STEPS ASSESSMENT

 

SS9    

I can copy simple skills and actions with basic control and coordination.

I can repeat simple skills and actions with basic control and coordination.

I can explore simple skills and actions with basic control and coordination.

I can link two short movement phases in gymnastics.

I can link two short movement phases together in dance.

I can describe and comment on my own and others actions.

I can talk about how to exercise safely.

I can talk about how my body feels during an activity.

I can describe what it feels like when I breathe faster during exercise.

I can take part in a team game.

I can play to the rules of the game.

I can keep score with support.

I can name the main external parts of the body.

I can float in a star position on my back.

I can push and glide in the swimming pool.

I can choose a variety of ways to hit, kick or throw an object.

I can link skills and actions in ways that suit the activities I am doing.

I can describe what I or other pupils did in an activity.

I can talk about the safety rules and routines that keep me safe in the water.

I am aware of changes in my breathing.

 

SS10  

I can copy simple skills and actions with basic control and coordination

I can repeat simple skills and actions with basic control and coordination

I can explore simple skills and actions with basic control and coordination.

I can link these skills and actions in ways that suit the activities I am doing.

I can link these skills and actions in ways that suit the activities I am doing.

I can describe and comment on my own and others actions.

I can talk about the safety rules and routines that keep me safe in the water.

I can talk about how my body feels during an activity.

I can describe what it feels like when I breathe faster during exercise.

I can take part in a team game.

I can play to the rules of the game.

I can keep score with support.

I can name the main external parts of the body.

I can float in a star position on my back.

I can push and glide in the swimming pool.

I can choose a variety of ways to hit, kick or throw and object

I can link two short movement phases in gymnastics.

I can link two short movement phases in dance.

I can describe what I or other pupils did in an activity.

I am aware of changes in my breathing.

 

SS11  

I can explore simple skills

I can copy simple actions with control and coordination

I can remember simple actions with control and coordination.

I can repeat simple actions with control and coordination

I can explore simple actions with control and coordination.

I can vary skills and link these in ways that suit the activities I am doing

I can vary actions and link these in ways that suit the activities I am doing

I can vary ideas and link these in ways that suit the activities I am doing

I can talk about differences between my own and others performances and suggest improvements

I know what my personal best is in an activity

I can describe and comment on my own and others actions.

I can talk about how to exercise safely.

I can talk about how my body feels during an activity and I am aware of changes in my breathing.

I can take part in a team game and keep score with support

I can name the main external parts of the body

I can float in a star position on my back

I can push and glide in the swimming pool

I can describe what I or other pupils did in an activity

I can talk about the safety rules and routines that keep me safe in the water.

I can describe what it feels like when I breathe faster during exercise.

 

SS12  

I can explore simple skills.

I can copy simple actions with control and coordination.

I can remember simple actions with control and coordination.

I can repeat simple actions with control and coordination.

I can explore simple actions with control and coordination.

I can vary skills and link these in ways that suit the activities I am doing.

I can vary actions and link these in ways that suit the activities I am doing.

I can vary ideas and link these in ways that suit the activities I am doing.

I can talk about differences between my own and others? performances and suggest improvements.

I know what my personal best is in an activity.

I can understand how to exercise safely.

I can understand and describe how my body feels during different activities.

I know why my hearts beats faster when I am active.

I can take part in a team game.

I can play to the rules of the game.

I know how to keep score in a game.

I can follow a simple marked trail indoors or outdoors.

I can swim a width of the pool with or without support from an adult or float.

I can describe what I did to solve a problem.

I know I need to warm up and cool down.

I can explore simple skills

 

SS13  

I can select and use skills appropriately applying them with coordination and control.

I can select actions appropriately applying them with coordination and control.

I can show that I understand tactics by starting to vary how I respond.

I can show that I understand composition by starting to vary how I respond.

I can see how my work is similar to and different from others work and use this understanding to improve my own performance.

I can describe a performance accurately.

I can recognise what is successful.

I know what my personal best is an activity.

I can give reasons why warming up before an activity is important.

I can carry out simple warm up activities and stretching.

I can give reasons why physical activity is good for my health.

I can identify where I am on a trail using a map.

I can recognise symbols and pictures relating to a diagram or map.

I can take part in a competitive situation in a number of different activities.

I can explain the difference between two performances.

I can swim a width of the pool with or without support from an adult or float.

I can swim on my back.

I can swim on my front.

I can explain the safety routines that keep me safe in physical activity and swimming lessons.

 

SS14  

I can link skills and apply them accurately and appropriately to the activity I am doing.

I can link techniques and apply them accurately and appropriately to the activity I am doing.

I can link ideas and apply them accurately and appropriately to the activity I am doing.

My performance shows precision, control and fluency.

My performance shows precision, control and fluency and that I understand tactics and composition.

I can compare and comment on skills and techniques and the ways they are applied in my own work.

I can compare and comment on skills and techniques and the ways they are applied in others work and use this understanding to improve my performance.

I can explain and apply basic safety principles in preparing for exercise.

I can describe what effects exercise has on my body and how it is valuable to my fitness and health.

I know a varied diet is required to remain healthy.

I can set myself a realistic target to improve my performance.

I can swim 25 metres.

I can use 3 different strokes when swimming.       

I can control my breathing when swimming.

I can describe the effects of swimming on my heart rate.

I can read maps and plans and can identify dangers.

I can use rules and keep playing a game without dispute.

I can position my body or chair correctly when using a bat or racket.

I can hit a ball in an intended direction and keep a rally going.

I can warm up my body for an activity.

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