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Physical Education at St Edmund’s Catholic School will motivate all pupils to enjoy, succeed and excel in a range of sports which will help to build character and embed values such as teamwork, respect, resilience and much more. Pupils will develop competence in a wide range of activities and opportunities, be physically active for sustained periods of time, and engage in competitive sports and activities to enable them to lead healthy active lifestyles. Pupils will develop the skills of underpinning sport and movement so that they can be transferred into a range of sports and exercise later in life. Pupils will also be encouraged to work co-operatively, competitively and independently in order to fulfil their potential and contribute positively to the extra-curricular programme here at St Edmund’s.

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Sports listed are covered throughout the year. However, which cycle is dependent on space availability and

timetable structure.

 

 

 

7

Outdoor Adventurous Activity – Learning how to solve problems in a team and basic map skill

 

 

Gymnastics – Identifying the importance of posture and presentation whilst developing team balances

 

Netball/Football/Rugby/Basketball/Hockey - Identifying the components of fitness required for different sports and activities

 

Dance – Learning how to form basic routines with different shapes and levels

 

Netball/Football/Rugby/Basketball/Hockey- Identifying the components of fitness required for different sports and activities

 

Learning the importance of warming up and cooling down

 

Netball/Football/Rugby/Basketball/Hockey - Identifying the components of fitness required for different sports and activities

 

Fitness – Building an understanding of what fitness is and exposure to a range of training methods

 

 

 

Athletics – Whilst learning nutritional requirements for balanced diet

 

Striking and Fielding – whilst building knowledge of the major muscles and bones

8

Outdoor Adventurous Activities – know how to independently map read and solve problems individual and in a team within the outdoor environment

 

Gymnastics – Building knowledge on how to support the body in different ways to improve performances and add challenge

 

Netball/Football/Rugby/Basketball/Hockey - Building knowledge of observation and analysis by identifying strengths and weaknesses in performance.

Dance – perform dances using advanced dance techniques within a range of dance styles and forms

 

Netball/Football/Rugby/Basketball/Hockey - Building knowledge of observation and analysis by identifying strengths and weaknesses in performance

Fitness – Building knowledge on training and intensity using different ways to measure heart rate

 

Netball/Football/Rugby/Basketball/Hockey - Building knowledge of observation and analysis by identifying strengths and weaknesses in performance

Athletics – Building knowledge of mental health (endorphins, stress, relief, confidence, strategies to deal with anxiety and stress)

 

Striking and Fielding - building knowledge of the joints, muscles and bones.

9

Outdoor Adventurous Activities – Build knowledge on map reading, solve challenging and intellectual problems. They will analyse their own and others performance to improve

 

Gymnastics – Develop knowledge on apparatus and application using different movements

 

Netball/Football/Rugby/Basketball/Hockey - Building knowledge on a range of different observation methods and develop feedback in a constructive manner in an attempt to improve theirs and others performances.

Dance – Develop knowledge and skills on tempos, characterisation of dances from different cultures

 

Netball/Football/Rugby/Basketball/Hockey - Building knowledge on a range of different observation methods and develop feedback in a constructive manner in an attempt to improve theirs and others performances

Fitness – Building knowledge on fitness tests, protocol, identifying the advantages and disadvantages and how reliable the data is

 

Netball/Football/Rugby/Basketball/Hockey - Building knowledge on a range of different observation methods and develop feedback in a constructive manner in an attempt to improve theirs and others performances

Athletics – Building on knowledge on physical fitness requirements needed and suggest ways to improve components of fitness through training methods

 

 Striking and Fielding – Building on knowledge or rules and regulations to independently officiate games and outwit opponents

 

Our Mission and Values

“Therefore learn as if to live forever; live as if to die tomorrow” (St Edmund of Abingdon)

Read Our Values & Ethos Statement

Trust Information

St Edmund's Catholic School is an academy, and part of the Kent Catholic Schools’ Partnership. The Kent Catholic Schools’ Partnership is an exempt charity and a company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales under company registration number 08176019 at registered address: Barham Court, Teston, Maidstone, Kent, ME18 5BZ. St Edmund's Catholic School is a business name of Kent Catholic Schools’ Partnership.

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