Physical Education

At Mengham Junior School, our PE curriculum aims to: 

  • provide children with the skills needed to complete a variety of sporting activities

  • promote the importance of exercise and increase the enjoyment of sport

  • provide opportunities for children to learn to win and lose graciously

  • allow opportunities for children to see themselves as leaders in sport

  • continue the legacy of the 2012 Olympics

Through Physical Education, we aim to promote an enjoyment of sport and increase teamwork and leadership skills. In addition, we believe it is important for children to experience winning and losing as this is an important life skill. Furthermore, we hope that the competition element and the multiple sports experienced will inspire children to take up a particular sport. 

 

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Year Group

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

Year 3

Gymnastics (shape, balance, points and patches)

 

Netball (passing, defending, attacking and shooting)

Tag rugby (passing, defending, positioning and running)

 

Gymnastics (flight, movement, low and large apparatus)

Swimming (movement, confidence and stroke technique)

Country dancing (movement patterns, musicality and performance)

Football (passing, teamwork and agility)

 

Tennis (ball control, forehand, rules and safety)

 

Athletics (sprints, middle distance and field events)

 

Rounders (bowling, batting and fielding)

Year 4

Gymnastics (shape, balance, points, patches and applying taught skills to a routine)

 

Netball (passing, defending, attacking, shooting and gameplay)

Swimming (movement, confidence and stroke technique)

Tag rugby (passing, defending, positioning, running and evaluating performance)

 

Gymnastics (flight, movement, low and large apparatus and sequencing)

Country dancing (movement patterns, musicality, performance and sequencing)

 

Cricket (bowling, batting, fielding and evaluating performance)

Football (passing, teamwork, agility and sportsmanship)

 

Tennis (ball control, forehand, rules, safety and applying skills to matches)

 

Athletics (sprints, middle distance and field events)

 

Rounders (bowling, batting, fielding and evaluating performance)

Year 5

Gymnastics (shape, balance, points, patches, rotations, sequencing and applying taught skills to a routine)

 

Netball (passing, defending, attacking, shooting ,gameplay and tactics)

Gymnastics (flight, movement, low and large apparatus, sequencing and evaluating performances)

 

Hockey (safety, hockey stick control, aiming, shooting and passing)

Tag rugby (passing, defending, positioning, running, evaluating performance and teamwork)

 

Dance (movement patterns, musicality, performance and sequencing)

Football (passing, teamwork, agility, sportsmanship and tactics)

 

Dance (building on previous skills to include evaluation and adaptation of performances)

Tennis (ball control, forehand, rules, safety and applying skills to matches)

 

Cricket (bowling, batting, fielding, evaluating performance and tactics)

Athletics (sprints, middle distance,  field events and achieving personal bests)

 

Rounders (bowling, batting, fielding, tactics and positioning of team)

Year 6

Gymnastics (shape, balance, points, patches, rotations, sequencing, applying taught skills to a routine and evaluating and adapting performances)

 

Basketball and rugby skills (passing, defending, attacking, dribbling, rules and tactics)

Gymnastics (flight, movement, low and large apparatus, sequencing and evaluating performances)

 

Hockey (safety, hockey stick control, aiming, shooting, passing and evaluating performance)

Tag rugby (passing, defending, positioning, running, evaluating performance, teamwork and tactics)

 

Dance (movement patterns, musicality, performance,  sequencing and adapting performances)

Dance (building on previous skills to include evaluation and adaptation of performances)

 

Football (passing, teamwork, agility, sportsmanship, tactics and developing leaders)

 

Tennis (ball control, forehand, rules, safety, applying skills to matches and evaluating performance)

 

Cricket (bowling, batting, fielding, evaluating performance, tactics and developing leadership)

Athletics (sprints, middle distance,  field events, achieving personal bests and coaching skills)

 

Rounders (bowling, batting, fielding, tactics, positioning of team and coaching)