Striking and Fielding
Intent: PE – Striking and Fielding
Our school aims:
Through our Christian values, we aim for:
- Happy, kind individuals;
- Opportunities for all;
- Love of learning for life;
- Motivated children who can thrive and succeed;
- Empowered children equipped with the skills to flourish in the wider world;
- Resilient, respectful and responsible children.
The curriculum is designed with our pupils and the Holmer community in mind. It enables children to access and enhance their understanding of their home, their city and the wider community, developing their cultural capital and giving them opportunities and choices about their future and their impact as they progress through their school career and beyond. This will help them become successful members of modern British society, preparing them for the challenges and opportunities.
EYFS: ‘Shows increasing control over an object in pushing, patting, throwing, catching or kicking’
KS1: ‘Master basic movements including running, throwing and catching, as well as developing, agility and co-ordination, and begin to apply these in a range of activities.’
KS2: ‘Play competitive games, modified where appropriate [for example, badminton, cricket, rounders and tennis], and apply basic principles.’
What will be made, produced, performed, or published?
The children will demonstrate what they have learned to their peers. They will also use their knowledge attained from PE lessons in sporting activities, such as: Sports Day and house competitions as well as some pupils having the opportunity to compete competitively in local fixtures.
What knowledge will the children have embedded?
Children will know how to confidently and consistently use a range of methods such as: striking, fielding, throwing and catching, in order to participate in a game.
They will be able to use co-ordination and awareness in striking, fielding, throwing and catching to gain and maintain control of a game. They will know the correct sporting vocabulary depending on the activity.
What retention may be demonstrated?
Here are some example questions that may be used to assess children’s understanding.
⇒ EYFS: What is a sensible and safe way to hold a bat and throw a ball?
⇒ KS1: Can you throw a ball in the correct direction? What is the best way to hold a bat or racket in order to make a strike?
⇒ KS2: Why is fielding an important aspect of a competitive competition? How would you modify your game in order to gain points?
- Children will learn a variety of skills. They will be able to understand the mutual respect needed to compete in a sporting competition.
- This will be evident through the way they conduct themselves when they compete. They will be tolerant of the different faiths and beliefs that contribute to team competitions locally, nationally and internationally.
- The children will understand that they are to be compliant with the rules of a game and that we live in a democratic society where both men and women can play mixed sports.
⇒ Individual liberty
⇒ Rule of Law
⇒ Mutual respect
⇒ Tolerance of different faiths & beliefs