Year 2 Physical Education
Year 1 and Year 2 – Physical Literacy 1
At the beginning of the term the children will be able to take part in a fitness circuit confidently.
They will be able to show an understanding of the correct technique used for throwing and catching a ball accurately. Following this they will then show an understanding of the basic rolling technique as well dribbling the ball with their feet using tick-tocks for control.
At the end of the half term they will be able to show a good understanding of using different movements when travelling around an area with equipment set out as obstacles.
To be able to understand how to perform a variety of Leaps.
To be able to learn and understand how to perform a teddy bear roll/forwards roll/pencil roll.
To be able to make shapes/letters of the alphabet.
To be able to re-visit (or teach from new) the shapes learnt in previous lessons.
To be able to perform a variety of different jumps and land safely using apparatus.
To be able to show confidence in using flight as a movement off apparatus.
Year 1 and Year 2 – Net and Wall
At the beginning of the term the children will be able to take part in a fitness circuit confidently showing an understanding of the techniques used.
To be able to throw a ball to a partner correctly and with accurately.
To be able to move around with the ball using your hands keeping it under control.
To be able to use a tennis racket to move a tennis ball around the playground.
To be able to perform a variety of skills using a tennis racket.
To be able to explore how to handle to the ball in the air and on the floor.
To be able to understand that the game of volleyball is played in the air.
To be able to play shots to keep the ball in the air.
To be able to learn how to dodge out of the way.
To be able to throw the ball at a target.
To be able to play a small sided game of dodgeball.
Year 1 and Year 2 – Physical Literacy 2
To be able to master basic movements including running, jumping, throwing and catching, as well as developing balance, agility and co-ordination, and begin to apply these in a range of activities.
To understand how to participate in team games, developing simple tactics for attacking and defending when playing bench ball.
To be able to develop balance, agility and co-ordination when playing volleyball.
To be able to use space to move safely around others.
To be able to use a racket safely to send and receive a ball when playing tennis.
To be able to develop balance, agility and co-ordination when playing hockey.
To be able to participate in team games.
To be able to perform basic actions using different body parts.
To be able to hit a target with a ball.
Year 1 and Year 2 – Athletics
Children to practice for sports day.
To be able to learn about the different races involved in sports day.
To be able to throw a javelin using the correct technique.
To be able to throw a javelin with a run up.
To be able to gain knowledge of basic Jumping actions. Standing long jump and long jump with a run up.
To be able to gain basic knowledge of take-off and landing in long jump.
To be able to apply correct technique when throwing a tennis ball/bean bag.
Children will also learn how to measure and record their distances using a tape measure.
Acquiring and developing skills
•Can they copy and remember actions?
•Can they repeat and explore actions with control and coordination?
Evaluating and improving
•Can they talk about what is different between what they did and what someone else did?
•Can they say how they could improve?
Health and Fitness
•Can they show how to exercise safely?
•Can they describe how their body feels during different activities?
•Can they explain what their body needs to keep healthy?
•Can they dance imaginatively?
•Can they change rhythm, speed, level and direction?
•Can they dance with control and co-ordination?
•Can they make a sequence by linking sections together?
•Can they link some movements to show a mood or feeling?
•Can they use hitting, kicking and/or rolling in a game?
•Can they stay in a ‘zone’ during a game?
•Can they decide where the best place to be is during a game?
•Can they use one tactic in a game?
•Can they follow rules?
•Can they plan and show a sequence of movements?
•Can they use contrast in their sequences?
•Are their movements controlled?
•Can they think of more than one way to create a sequence which follows a set of ‘rules’?
•Can they work on their own and with a partner to create a sequence?