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Our PE Coordinators are Miss Bishop and Mrs Aitken.  

 

In PE at St Joseph’s children will experience a wide range of activities in dance, gymnastics, games and athletics. Swimming is also provided in Key Stage 2. A wide and varied curriculum is offered in games across the school to allow pupils to develop the skills of hitting, catching, passing, stopping, defense and attack.

 

Children are given opportunities to compete against other schools in team games and competitions. We have regular after school clubs in P.E which vary throughout the year. We also have visits from qualified coaches who can offer expertise in a particular sporting field. Good links with our Catholic Cluster schools have been forged and maintained. Our aim is to help children see fitness as a lifelong skill and to adopt a healthy and active lifestyle.

 

 

Sports Council 2019-2020

 

All children will now have the opportunity each year to become a democratically elected Sports Councillor for their class. These are children who are:

  • Enthusiastic about sport
  • Interested in developing sport and PE in St Joseph's
  • Full of good ideas
  • A good role model for sporting behaviour

 

If they offer all of these qualities then children may stand for the class vote.

 

Sports Councillors for 2019-2020

 

Year 3 - Lucas

Year 3/4 - Aston

Year 4 - Kryztian

Year 5 - Zac

Year 5/6 - Robert

Year 6 - Alexis

Summer 2 Clubs

 

Our after school clubs this half term are:

 

Tuesday - Gymnastics with Gail 3:30-4:30

Wednesday - Year 5/6 Athletics Club 3:30-4:30

Thursday - Year 1/2 Circuits Club 3:30-4:30

Friday - NUF Football Club 3:30-4:30

 

These clubs will run from the week commencing 08.06.20 to the week commencing 06.07.20

 

Summer 1 Clubs

 

Our after school clubs this half term are:

 

Wednesday - Year 3 Badminton Club 3:30-4:30

Thursday - Year 4 Cricket Club 3:30-4:30

Friday - NUF Football Club 3:30-4:30

 

These clubs will run from the week commencing 20.04.20 to the week commencing 18.05.20

Spring 2 Clubs

 

Our after school clubs this half term are:

 

Tuesday - Dance Club 3:30-4:30

Wednesday - Year 1/2 Multi-skills Club 3:30-4:30

Thursday - Year 3/4 Netball Club 3:30-4:30

 

These clubs will run from the week commencing 02.03.20 to the week commencing 30.03.20

Spring 1 Clubs

 

Our after school clubs this half term are:

 

Tuesday - Dance Club 3:30-4:30

Wednesday - Year 5/6 Multi-skills Club 3:30-4:30

Thursday - Year 3/4 Fencing Club 3:30-4:30

 

These clubs will run from the week commencing 13.01.20 to the week commencing 10.02.20

Autumn 2 Clubs

 

Our after school clubs this half term are:

 

Tuesday - Year 5/6 Gymnastics Club 3:30-4:30

Wednesday - Year 2 Dodgeball Club 3:30-4:30

Thursday - Year 3/4 Basketball Club 3:30-4:30

 

These clubs will run until the week commencing 09.12.19

Autumn 1 Clubs

 

Our after school clubs this half term are:

 

Tuesday - Year 3/4 Gymnastics Club 3:30-4:30

Wednesday - Year 5/6 Football Club 3:30-4:30

Thursday - Year 3/4 Athletics Club 3:30-4:30

 

These clubs will run until the final week of half term (week commencing 21.10.19)

 

PE Overview and Skills Progression

PE Vocabulary

PE across St Joseph's

The School Games Mark is a government led awards scheme launched in 2012 to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community. This Year we received SILVER in the School Games Mark.

The School Games Mark is a government led awards scheme launched in 2012 to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community. This Year we received SILVER in the School Games Mark.  1

St Joseph's does the Daily Mile! Click on the links below to find out more information on our new initiative.

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Games

Dance

Gymnastics

Year 1

Throw and catch a ball with a partner (catching with both hands)

 

Move fluently by changing direction and speed easily, avoiding collisions and stopping safely.

 

Show control and accuracy with the basic actions for rolling, underarm throwing, striking a ball and kicking

 

Choose and use skills effectively for particular games, understand the concepts of aiming, hitting into space

 

Take the ball to a good position for aiming, use skills in different ways in different games

 

Hit a ball with a bat.

 

I can kick more accurately in different ways

 

Participate in team games, developing simple tactics for attacking and defending.

Use movement to reflect the mood of the music

 

I can copy more complex dance moves. I can make up a short dance.

 

I can dance imaginatively.

Use simple apparatus safely and with confidence

 

I can make my body tense, relaxed, curled and stretched.

 

I can control my body when travelling.

 

I can control my body when balancing. I can climb safely.

 

I can copy a sequence of movements

 

I roll, curl, travel and balance in different ways,

Year 2

Pass a ball accurately to a partner over a variety of distances

 

Perform a range of rolling, throwing, striking, kicking, catching and gathering skills, with control and use these in a game

 

Show a good awareness of others in running, chasing and avoiding games

 

Make simple decisions about when and where to run

 

Vary skills and show some understanding of simple tactics

 

Choose and use tactics to suit different situations

 

Participate in team games, developing simple tactics for attacking and defending.

 

Stay in a zoneduring a games

 

Follow rules

Watch and describe dance phrases and dances, and use what they learn to improve their own performance

 

Change rhythm, speed, level and direction.

 

Dance with control and co-ordination.

 

Make a sequence by linking sections

together.

 

Link some movement to show a mood or feeling.

Use simple apparatus safely and with confidence

 

Watch, copy and describe what other have done, with increasing detail

 

Improve their work using information they have gained by watching and listening

 

Use contrast in sequences.

 

Movements are controlled.

 

Think of more than one way to create a sequence which follows a set of rules.

 

Work on my own and with a partner to create a sequence.

 

Games

Dance

Gymnastics

Athletics

OAA

Swimming

Year 3

I can throw and catch with control when under limited pressure.

I know and use rules fairly to keep games going.

 

I am aware of space, when playing a game and use it for attacking and defending.

 

I am aware of teammates and the opposition and am starting to use tactics in light of this.

 

I can use the correct technique to throw overarm. I can throw and catch a ball, whilst moving..

 

I can demonstrate a range of throwing actions using a variety of objects.

 

I can run fast, medium and slow speeds;

changing speed and direction, when asked

 

I know and use rules fairly.

Improvise freely, on their own or with a partner

 

Translate ideas into a dance

 

Create and link phrases using a simple dance structure

 

Perform dances with an awareness of rhythm on their own or in a group

Improve the quality of their actions, body shapes and balance

 

Select appropriate actions and consolidate simple ideas

 

I can explain how strength and suppleness affect performances

 

Evaluate their work and quality of their performance

 

Recognise how their work can be improved

 

I can use a greater number of my own ideas for movement in response to a task.

 

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I can perform a basic pull throw.

 

I can run at fast, medium and slow speeds, changing speed and direction.

 

I can make up and repeat a short sequence of linked jumps.

 

I can take part in a relay activity, remembering when to run and what to do.

 

I can follow a map in a familiar context.

 

I can move from one location to another following a map.

 

I can use clues to follow a route.

 

I can follow a route safely.

 

Year 4

Keep a game going using a range of different ways of throwing

 

Strike a ball with intent (accuracy and control) and throw it more accurately when bowling and/or fielding.

 

I can catch with one hand.

 

I can throw and catch more accurately using underarm and overarm

 

Keep and use rules they are given

 

Try to make things difficult for their opponent by directing the ball to space, at different speeds and height.

 

Evaluate their own performance and comment on improvements.

 

I can use dance to communicate an idea.

 

I can take the lead when working with a partner or group.

 

I can make sure my dance moves are clear and fluent.

Develop a range of actions, body shapes and include a performance

 

Create gymnastic sequences that meet a theme or set of objectives

 

Make simple judgments on their own and others work

 

Suggest ways performance can be improved.

 

I can adapt sequences to suit different types of apparatus and their partners ability.

 

I can work in a controlled way.

 

I can work with a partner to create, repeat and improve a sequence with at least three phases.

 

Jump for height and distance with control and balance

 

Throw with speed and power and apply appropriate force (push and pull throw)

 

I can link running and jumping activities with some fluency, control and consistency (long jump).

 

I can run over a long distance.

 

I can sprint over a short distance

I can follow a map in a (more demanding) familiar context.

I can follow a route accurately, safely and within a time limit.

 

Year 5

Travel with a ball showing changes of speed and directions using either foot or hand

 

Use a range of techniques when passing, eg high, low, bounced, fast, slow

 

Hit the ball with purpose, varying speed, height and direction

 

Hit the ball from both sides of the body

 

I can gain and keep possession by working as a team.

I can use a number of techniques to dribble and shoot.

 

Independently I can find an appropriate place to field.

 

I can vary tactics and adapt skills according to what is happening.

 

I can choose the best tactics for attacking and defending.

Compose dances expressively

 

Organise their own warm up and cool down to suit activities

 

I can work on my movements and refine them.

 

I can compose my own dances in a creative and imaginative way.

 

My movements are controlled.

Perform actions in a fluent and consistent performance

 

Create sequences and adapt

 

Evaluate and improve their own and other work

 

I can include change of speed.

 

I can include change of direction. I can include a range of shapes.

I can follow a set of rules to produce a sequence.

 

I can combine action, balance and shape.

I can sprint over a short distance with a controlled and effective technique.

 

I can throw in different ways, with increased power, using an increased range of equipment.

 

I can jump in different ways. I can combine running and jumping. (including long jump and triple jump)

I can follow a map in an unknown location.

 

I can use clues and compass directions to navigate a route.

 

I can change my route if there is a problem.

 

I can change my plan if

 

I get new information.

Swim competently,

confidently and

proficiently over a

distance of at least 25 metres

 

Use a range of strokes effectively such as front crawl, backstroke and

 

Perform safe self- rescue in different

water-based situations.

Year 6

Dribble effectively around obstacles

 

Show precision and accuracy when sending and receiving

 

Perform skills with accuracy, confidence and control

 

Combine and perform skills with control, adapting them to meet the needs of the situation

 

Play shots on both sides of the body and above their heads in practises and when the opportunity arises in a game use different ways of bowling

 

Play competitive games ( modified where appropriate ) showing tactical awareness of attacking and defending and some knowledge of rules and scoring

 

Respond consistently in the games they play, choosing and using skills which meet the needs of the situation and learn how to evaluate and recognise their own success.

 

I can explain complicated rules.

 

I can make a team plan and communicate it to others.

 

I can lead others in a game situation.

Explore, improvise and combine movements

 

Create structure in sections of dance using a range of movement patterns

 

Comment on their own work and the work of others.

 

I can perform to an accompaniment, expressively and sensitively.

 

My dance shows clarity, fluency, accuracy and consistency.

 

I can develop imaginative dances in a specific style.

Combine and perform gymnastic actions, shapes and balances fluently

 

Evaluate their own work and the work of others and suggest ways to improve

I can make complex or extended sequences. I can perform consistently to different

audiences.

 

My movements are accurate, clear and consistent.

Can sustain pace over short and longer distances, and use tactics in a race in relation to my own strength.

 

Able to run as part of a relay team working at their maximum speed

 

Can perform a range of jumps and throws demonstrating increasing power and accuracy

 

Are able to identify key strengths of a performer when running, jumping and throwing.

 

I am controlled when taking off and landing in a jump. I can throw with accuracy. I can follow specific rules.

I can plan a route and series of clues for someone else.

 

I can plan with others taking account of safety and danger.

Swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres

 

Use a range of strokes effectively such as front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke

 

Perform safe self- rescue in different water-based situations.

  • St Joseph’s Roman Catholic Primary School,
  • Wallsend Road, North Shields,
  • Tyne and Wear, NE29 7BT
  • 0191 2573097
  • 0191 2005851
  • info@stjosephsrc-primary.co.uk
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