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Title: Mapping the PE Curriculum


1
Mapping the PE Curriculum
  • how do we fit it all in?!
  • James Wheeler PE CPD Tutor Trainer
  • Formally full-time School Sports Coordinator for
    Howard and Greenacre School Sports Partnerships.

2
WARNING!
There is no practical element to this session. Do
as much or as little as you feel comfortable
with! But do pay attention and take notes and
share in the experience of those around you!
Please do let me know if you have any specific
injuries or health concerns
3
By the end of this session you will be able to
  • Show an awareness of the main areas of activity
    in PE across KS1 and KS2 and where they can be
    used in the curriculum
  • Evaluate the appropriateness and balance within
    their own curriculum and after school provision
  • Know how to meet the learning intentions under
    the new curriculum for PE and how these vary from
    the previous curriculum
  • Identify the distinctive contribution of each
    area of activity to the PE curriculum
  • Be aware of some alternative models for PE
    curriculums and be able to identify strategies to
    improve your own curriculum and OSHL structure

4
What is a Curriculum Map?
  • What pupils learn
  • Why they learn it
  • When they learn it

5
A Curriculum Map
Term Year Autumn 1st Half Autumn 2nd Half Spring 1st Half Spring 2nd Half Summer 1st Half Summer 2nd Half
Year 3 Games Invasion Lacrosse Games Net/Wall Tennis Games Striking and Fielding Swim Swim Swim
Year 3 Gym Gym Dance Dance Games Invasion Basketball Athletics
Year 4 Swim Swim Swim Dance Gym Dance
Year 4 Games Invasion Netball Gym Games General Games Striking and Fielding Athletics Games Net/Wall Volleyball
Year 5 Swim Swim Swim Games S F Cricket Games Net/Wall Tennis Games Striking Golf
Year 5 Games Invasion Hockey Gym Dance Gym Dance Athletics
Year 6 Games Invasion Rugby Games Invasion Football Games Net/Wall Tennis Swim Swim Swim
Year 6 Gym Dance Gym Dance Games S F Rounders Athletics
6
Areas of Activity
  • Games outwit the opposition
  • Dance express and communicate ideas, emotions
    and concepts
  • Gym perform actions, agilities and sequences
    accurately and precisely
  • Athletics fastest, longest, highest, nearest
  • OAA solve problems and overcome challenges
  • Swimming Combo of all the above but in water
  • How do you share this with other staff/pupils?

7
The old National Curriculum for PE
  • KS1 Pupils should be taught dance, games
    and gymnastics
  • KS2 Pupils should be taught dance, games,
    gymnastics plus two from swimming, athletics
    and OAA (swimming must be chosen if not
    delivered in KS1)

8
The New Curriculum for PE, September 2013
  • develop competence to excel in a broad range of
    physical activities
  • are physically active for sustained periods of
    time
  • engage in competitive sports and activities with
    emphasis on fairness and respect.
  • lead healthy, active lives.
  • Key Stage One is essentially the same with an
    emphasis on fundamental movement skills and
    running, jumping, throwing and catching.
  • Key Stage Two emphasises more communication
    skills and teamwork tactics as well as allowing
    free choice within the selection of competitive
    games.

9
Activities for PE Curriculum
  • Key Stage One
  • Ball Games
  • Multi Skills
  • Gymnastics
  • Infant Agility
  • Swimming
  • Football
  • Dance
  • Key Stage Two
  • Gymnastics
  • Dance
  • Athletics
  • Multi skills/SAQ
  • Cricket
  • Rounders
  • Softball
  • Handball
  • Football
  • Rugby
  • Tri Golf
  • Squash/Tennis
  • Badminton
  • Basketball
  • Hockey
  • Boccia
  • Yoga/Pilates
  • Swimming

10
The Importance of OAA
  • Outdoor and Adventurous Activities
  • Team building
  • Communication/trust
  • Problem solving/discussion
  • Plan and cooperate
  • Physical challenge
  • Sensory denial/input activities
  • and Swimming, Climbing and Orienteering
  • Also other adventure days out organised by
    external providers.high ropes, Go Ape,
    archery, river traverse etc.

11
Worksheet One Activity
  • Outcome Identify factors within and outside your
    school affecting PE curriculum design
  • Task Now rank them in order according to the
    extent that they impact your current curriculum.

12
Educationally Sound Principles
  • Meeting the new National Curriculum NOT QCA!
  • Meeting pupils needs
  • Taking account of the expected quality of PE with
    the new funding.

13
Food for Thought
  • Do what youve always done and youll get what
    youve always got.
  • To get something different..
  • .. do anything different!

14
Medway Mini Youth Games
  • For years five and six
  • Tag rugby
  • Hockey
  • Badminton
  • Basketball
  • Swimming
  • Table tennis
  • Netball
  • Kwik cricket
  • Football (World Cup)
  • Athletics

15
Curriculum Map
Term Year Autumn 1st Half Autumn 2nd Half Spring 1st Half Spring 2nd Half Summer 1st Half Summer 2nd Half
Year 3 Games Inv. - Lacrosse Games Net/Wall -Tennis Games S F - General Swim Swim Swim
Year 3 Gym Gym Dance Dance Games Inv. - Basketball Athletics
Year 3 OAA Team Building SAQ Aerobics / Circuits Skipping Athletics OAA
Year 4 Swim Swim Swim Dance Gym Dance
Year 4 Games Inv. Netball Gym Games General Games S F - Cricket Athletics Games - Net/Wall Volleyball
Year 4 OAA Team Building Skipping Aerobics / Circuits SAQ OAA - Athletics
Year 5 Swim Swim Swim Games S F Cricket Games Net/Wall -Tennis Games Striking - Golf
Year 5 Games Inv. - Hockey Gym Dance Gym Dance Athletics
Year 5 OAA Team Building Skipping SAQ Aerobics / Circuits Athletics OAA -
Year 6 Games Invasion Rugby Games Inv / Football Games Net/Wall -Tennis Swim Swim Swim
Year 6 Gym Dance Gym Dance Games S F Rounders Athletics
Year 6 OAA Team Building SAQ Skipping Aerobics / Circuits Athletics OAA
16
Curriculum Map Percentages
Sports
KS 2 KS 2
Invasion 9 7 9 25
Net/Wall 9 7 9 25
Striking and Fielding 9 7 9 25
Gymnastics 12.5 12.5
Dance 12.5 12.5
Athletics 10 10
Swimming 19 19
OAA 8 8
Fitness 13 13
Invasion Net/Wall Striking Fielding
Lacrosse Basketball (Yr 3) Netball (Yr 4) Hockey (Yr 5) Rugby Football (Yr 6) Tennis (Yrs 3,56) Volleyball (Yr 4) Cricket(Yrs 3,45) Rounders (Yr 6) Golf (Yr 5)
17
Second Activity/Task
  • Complete a Curriculum map for your school
  • Ensure the areas of activity are balanced across
    the Key Stages
  • Consider - blocking versus units
  • - limiting factors (actual
    hall availability)

18
Curriculum Map KS1
Autumn Autumn Spring Spring Summer Summer
R 2 Gymnastics 2 Dance 3 Games 2 Gymnastics 2 Dance 3 Games 2 Gymnastics 1 Dance 3 Games 1 Gymnastics 2 Dance 3 Games 2 Gymnastics 1 Dance 3 Games 1 Gymnastics 2 Dance 3 Games
R 2 Gymnastics 2 Dance 3 Games 2 Gymnastics 2 Dance 3 Games 2 Gymnastics 1 Dance 3 Games 1 Gymnastics 2 Dance 3 Games 2 Gymnastics 1 Dance 3 Games 1 Gymnastics 2 Dance 3 Games
1 2 Gymnastics 2 Dance 3 Games 2 Gymnastics 2 Dance 3 Games 1 Gymnastics 2 Dance 3 Games 2 Gymnastics 1 Dance 3 Games 1 Gymnastics 2 Dance 3 Games 2 Gymnastics 1 Dance 3 Games
1 2 Gymnastics 2 Dance 3 Games 2 Gymnastics 2 Dance 3 Games 1 Gymnastics 2 Dance 3 Games 2 Gymnastics 1 Dance 3 Games 1 Gymnastics 2 Dance 3 Games 2 Gymnastics 1 Dance 3 Games
2 2 Gymnastics 2 Dance 3 Games 2 Gymnastics 2 Dance 3 Games 2 Gymnastics 1 Dance 3 Games 1 Gymnastics 2 Dance 3 Games 2 Gymnastics 1 Dance 2 Games 1 OAA 1 Gymnastics 2 Dance 2 Games 1 Athletics
2 2 Gymnastics 2 Dance 3 Games 2 Gymnastics 2 Dance 3 Games 2 Gymnastics 1 Dance 3 Games 1 Gymnastics 2 Dance 3 Games 2 Gymnastics 1 Dance 2 Games 1 OAA 1 Gymnastics 2 Dance 2 Games 1 Athletics
19
Curriculum Map KS2
Autumn Spring Summer
3 2 Gymnastics 2 Gymnastics 2 Dance 2 Invasion Games 2 Mixed Games 1 OAA 1 Athletics 1 Fitness 1 Creative Games (Swimming) 2 Gymnastics 2 Dance 2 Basketball 2 Tennis 1 OAA 1 Athletics 1 Fitness 1 Creative Games 2 Dance 2 Football 2 Rounders 2 Free Choice 1 OAA 1 Athletics 1 Fitness 1 Creative Games
4 (Swimming) 2 Gymnastics 2 Dance 2 Hockey 2 Netball 2 Volleyball 1 OAA 1 Athletics 1 Fitness 1 Creative Games 2 Gymnastics 2 Dance 2 Dance 2 Mixed Games 1 OAA 1 Athletics 1 Fitness 1 Creative Games 2 Gymnastics 2 Rounders 2 Handball 2 Free Choice 1 OAA 1 Athletics 1 Fitness 1 Creative Games
20
Curriculum Map KS2
Autumn Spring Summer
5 (Swimming) 2 Gymnastics 2 Dance 2 Hockey 2 Mixed Games 2 Basketball 1 OAA 1 Athletics 1 Fitness 1 Creative Games 2 Gymnastics 2 Gymnastics 2 Dance 2 Tennis 1 OAA 1 Athletics 1 Fitness 1 Creative Games 2 Dance 2 Football 2 Cricket 2 Free Choice 1 OAA 1 Athletics 1 Fitness 1 Creative Games
6 2 Gymnastics 2 Dance 2 Dance 2 Rugby 2 Netball 1 OAA 1 Athletics 1 Fitness 1 Creative Games 2 Gymnastics 2 Dance 2 Volleyball 2 Handball 1 OAA 1 Athletics 1 Fitness 1 Creative Games (Swimming) 2 Gymnastics 2 Cricket 2 Mixed Games 2 Free Choice 1 OAA 1 Athletics 1 Fitness 1 Creative Games
21
Sports
Curriculum Map Percentages
KS 1 KS 2
General Games 46 10
Invasion 46 15
Net Wall 46 5
Striking and Fielding 46 5
Creative Games 1 7.5
Outdoor Adventure 1 7.5
Athletics 1 7.5
Fitness 1 7.5
Gymnastics 26 15
Dance 26 15
Swimming n/a 5
Invasion Net Wall Striking Fielding
Football (Y3, 5) Handball (Y4, 6) Netball (Y4, 6) Rugby (Y6) Hockey (Y4, 5) Basketball (Y3, 5) Skills (Y3) Tennis (Y3, 5) Volleyball (Y4, 6) Cricket (Y5, 6) Rounders (Y3, 4)
Mixed Games (Y3, 4, 5, 6) Mixed Games (Y3, 4, 5, 6) Mixed Games (Y3, 4, 5, 6)
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Important note All curriculum maps above are
from national curriculum 2000 - 2013
  • The activities from slide nine are what you are
    mapping with the new 2014 curriculum using the
    blank sheet on the handouts.

24
A word about monitoring and evaluating!
  • Evaluation without monitoring is pure fiction
  • Monitoring without evaluation is a waste of time
  • Evaluation with monitoring can change the world
    and show that youve done so!

25
Other Solutions
  • Aerobic mornings
  • Active playtimes
  • Speed stacking
  • 5 minute bursts
  • Making up for swimming

26
Demonstrate Your Impact
  • Initial measurement
  • As early as possible
  • Involvement of others in collecting evidence
  • Vital for ownership and spreads workload
  • Involvement of others in evaluating progress and
    impact
  • Helps others understand objectives
  • Reporting and celebrating
  • Often forgottenplan the celebration and then
    make sure you get there!

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