KS3 PE

Physical Education KS3 Curriculum Map

Year

Autumn Term

Spring Term

Summer Term

7:

Components of fitness and healthy living. Developing sports specific techniques.

Content:

Base Line testing

Target Setting

Games

Healthy Living

Netball

Games

Gymnastics

Fitness

Content:

Netball

Games

Gymnastics

Fitness

Content:

Netball

Games

Gymnastics

Fitness

Content:

Netball

Games

Gymnastics

Fitness

OAA

Content:

Athletics

Rounders

Tennis

Cricket

Content:

Athletics

Rounders

Tennis

Cricket

Skills:

Target setting

Personal hygiene

Self analysis

Influences on your healthy active lifestyle

Skills:

Officiating

Applying rules

Leadership

Developing sports specifics techniques

Skills:

Observation and analysis

Refining and adapting skills, techniques, strategies

Developing compositional ideas into routines

Skills:

Peer observation

Teacher and peer led

Creativity, exploring and developing

Skills:

Identifying strengths

Dietary needs for specific activities

Skills:

Making informed choices about healthy active lifestyle

Exercising safely and effectively

8:

Balanced diet for individuals and methods of training and fitness testing

Content:

Netball

Games

Gymnastics

Fitness

Content:

Netball

Games

Gymnastics

Fitness

Content:

Netball

Games

Gymnastics

Fitness

Content:

Netball

Games

Gymnastics

Fitness

OAA

Content:

Athletics

Rounders

Tennis

Cricket

Content:

Athletics

Rounders

Tennis

Cricket

Skills:

Evaluating and improving

Act upon feedback

Skills:

Applying knowledge

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Problem solving and adapting to changing circumstances/ unfamiliar contexts

Perform at maximum levels in relation to accuracy

Skills:

Identify types of activities they are best suited to

Types of roles they are best suited to

Perseverance/ Performing to maximum effort

Exercise safely and effectively

 

Skills:

Competitive play

Using tactics and strategies

Outwitting performance

Fair play

Perseverance/ Performing to maximum effort

Skills:

Use of IT as a tool for improvement and tracking performance

Identify types of activities they are best suited to

Analysis performance best on strengths and weaknesses

Exploring and experimentingwith techniques and tactics

Skills:

Confidence to have go

Desire to achieve success

Determination to face up to challenges and keep going

9: Change for life, principles of training. PE outside the classroom

Content:

Netball

Games

Badminton

Fitness

Content:

Netball

Games

Badminton

Fitness

Content:

Netball

Games

Badminton

Fitness

Content:

Netball

Games

Badminton

Fitness

OAA

Content:

Athletics

Rounders

Tennis

Cricket

Content:

Athletics

Rounders

Tennis

Cricket

Skills:

Components of skill related and physical related fitness

Skills:

Skills:

Selecting using skills, techniques and strategies successful

Develop interest in sports/ current affairs in sport

Understand the nature of success

Overcoming potential barriers to participate

Developing concepts of fairness and of  personal and social responsibilities

Skills:

Develop officiating skills through IT, feedback loop, analysis

Understand the nature of success in different activities

Critically analysing performances and finding ways to improve

Perform at maximum levels in relation to accuracy

Explore concepts of emotion,feeling and concepts in gymnastic choreography

Skills:

Refining techniques in athletics events

Develop a training programme to enhance your performance

Target setting

Reflecting on progress

Appling principles of training to improve performance

Understand the use of energy system in athletic events

Skills:

Plan  and implement practice to improve skill and tactics and strategies to improve overall performance

Self reflection of performance

Course Text Books/Websites: 

www.englandrugby.com

www.englandnetball.co.uk 

www.badmintonengland.co.uk

www.british-gymnastics.org   

www.nhs.uk/change4life/Pages/change-for-life.aspx

www.englandhockey.co.uk

www.sportsleaders.org

www.nhs.uk/Livewell/Goodfood

Additional Materials/Equipment required:

RLHS P.E. Kit – purple polo shirt with the school logo, purple hooded sweat shirt with the school logo (or plain black jumper), black skort or shorts or black tracksuit bottoms.

Home Support:

All pupils are expected to wear full kit even if they are ill or injured they still have to get changed and provide a note explaining why they cannot take part, any long term non participants will need a doctors note. No plimsolls, vans or fashion shoes in PE lessons.

If there is an issue with any items of kit for example PE kit is lost then the students must bring a note in that explains why and when it will be sorted, they must then wear their dance kit or other spare suitable PE clothes failure to do this will result in a Kit mark.

If a student does not bring PE kit they will have to borrow from school failure to do this will result in a central detention that day.

1 kit mark = 10 minute detention that day

2 kit marks =  Central detention after school

Head of Department: Miss Dukes