Year 3 Physical Education

Autumn

Autumn 1

Year 3 – Invasion Games 1

At the beginning of the term the children will understand how to take a pulse and comment why we take a pulse.

  • To be able to maintain the correct technique during most stations in the circuit training session.
  • To develop the ability to pick up a stationary ball, run with it and place it down. (Scoring a try). They will work on their passing in rugby in order to develop to a game situation.
  • To be able to show how to correctly hold a hockey stick and show confidently how to dribble and pass the ball.
  • To be able to show the correct technique when dribbling a basketball and show a variety of passes available to use in basketball.

Autumn 2

Gymnastics

  • To be able to perform basic balances with control.
  • To be able to perform counter balances and counter tension with control (partner work)
  • To be able to travel ‘towards’ and travel ‘away from’ a jump, balance and a roll.
  • To be able to perform a sequence with a partner to include a jump, a balance and a roll.
  • To be able to perform a sequence of action on low apparatus (benches)
  • To be able to understand what matching and mirroring is in Gymnastics.


Spring

Spring 1

Year 3 – Net and Wall

At the beginning of the term the children will further develop their understanding of how to take a pulse and comment why we take a pulse.

  • To be able to maintain the correct technique during most stations in the circuit training session.
  • To learn the shots in volleyball (Dig/Volley).
  • To be able to do the spike and serve in volleyball.
  • To be able to put the shots in volleyball (Dig/Volley/spike/serve) into a game.
  • To learn and understand the rules of dodgeball. Also, being able to throw, catch and dodge the ball.
  • To participate in a game situation, being able to throw, catch and dodge the ball.
  • To be able to dodge the ball in a practice situation.


Spring 2

Invasion Games 2

  • To be able to catch and pass the ball within a structured situation. HANDBALL
  • To be able to catch and pass the ball (various ways) when placed under pressure within game.
  • To be able to dribble the ball with control. HANDBALL
  • To be able to demonstrate control, start, stop and execute changing of direction.
  • To be able to control the ball with two hands, while moving. NETBALL
  • To replicate 3 types of passing. Chest pass, Bounce pass, Overhead pass.
  • To be able to understand the footwork rule. NETBALL
  • To be able to understand how to pivot.
  • To be able to put all sports learnt over the term into a game situation.

Summer

Athletics / Orienteering

  • To be able to run certain distances using a good running technique.
  • To be able to learn the sprint start and adapt the running into the start.
  • 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.
  • To be able to gain basic knowledge of take-off and landing.
  • To be able to apply correct grip when throwing a shot.
  • To gain basic knowledge of hop, skip and jump action.
  • To develop basic hop, skip and jump action.
  • To re-cap on sprint technique and sprint start technique. Children will be able to demonstrate one or both baton changes and link this to the relay.
  • To understand and be able to navigate a map spotting symbols and areas of focus. To be able to work as a team to find the orienteering cards and symbols.

Assessment

Acquiring and developing skills

•Can they select and use the most appropriate skills, actions or ideas?

•Can they move and use actions with co-ordination and control?

Evaluating and improving

•Can they explain how their work is similar and different from that of others?

•With help, do they recognise how performances could be improved?

Health and Fitness

•Can they explain why it is important to warm-up and cool-down?

•Can they identify some muscle groups used in gymnastic activities?

Dance

•Can they improvise freely, translating ideas from a stimulus into movement?

•Can they share and create phrases with a partner and in small groups?

•Can they repeat, remember and perform these phrases in a dance?

Games

•Can they throw and catch with control when under limited pressure?

•Are they aware of space and use it to support team-mates and cause problems for the opposition?

•Dothey know and use rules fairly to keep games going?

•Can they keep possession with some success when using equipment that is not used for throwing and catching skills?

Gymnastics

  • Can they use a greater number of their own ideas for movement in response to a task?
  • Can they adapt sequences to suit different types of apparatus and their partner’s ability?
  • Can they explain how strength and suppleness affect performances?
  • Can they compare and contrast gymnastic sequences, commenting on similarities and differences?

Athletics

•Can they run at fast, medium and slow speeds, changing speed and direction?

•Can they link running and jumping activities with some fluency, control and consistency?

•Can they make up and repeat a short sequence of linked jumps?

•Can they take part in a relay activity, remembering when to run and what to do?

•Do they throw a variety of objects, changing their action for accuracy and distance?

Outdoor and Adventurous

  • Can they follow a map in a familiar context?
  • Can they move from one location to another following a map?
  • Can they use clues to follow a route?
  • Can they follow a route safely?