Year 5 Physical Education
Handball & Basketball
At the beginning of the term the children will :
- understand how to take a pulse and comment why we take a pulse.
- They will be able to maintain the correct technique during all stations in the circuit training session.
When playing Handball, the children will be able to:
- catch and pass the ball within a structured situation and when under pressure within a game situation.
- They will be able to dribble the ball with control and demonstrate control, start, stop and execute changing of direction.
- They will be able to execute a number of different shots such as jump and standing. Transfer all skills learnt into a game situation.
- When playing Basketball, the children will perform dribbling and passing skills with accuracy, confidence and control.
- They will also perform dribbling, passing and shooting skills with accuracy, confidence and control. Transfer all skills learnt into a game situation.
Year 5/6 - Gymnastics
- To be able to perform basic balances with control.
- To be able to perform counter balances and counter tension with control.
- 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 variety of jumps, balances and rolls.
- To be able to perform basic partner and larger group balances with control.
- To be able to perform a sequence of action on a variety of high and low apparatus.
- To be able to recall all rolls, travel movements and balances taught.
Year 5 – Net and Wall
At the beginning of the term the children will develop their understanding of how to take a pulse and comment why we take a pulse. They will be shown the different ways to take a pulse. They will be able to maintain the correct technique during all stations in the circuit training session.
- To Introduce the game of Volleyball.
- To play a Volleyball related game in a group.
- To be able to demonstrate the Dig shot.
- To play a Volleyball related game in a group.
- To reinforce the Dig and Volley
- To play a game of volleyball over a Badminton net/Bench.
- To be able to understand the importance of having good ABC’s in tennis.
- To be able to change direction of the ball.
- To be able to understand the ready position.
- To be able to push ball using f/h and b/h.
- To be able to play a forehand shot.
- To be able to understand what shots can be used in attacking play.
Hockey and Netball
- To be able to perform the skills of hockey with accuracy, confidence and control, focusing on dribbling.
- To be able to perform the skills of hockey with accuracy, confidence and control, focusing on passing.
- To be able to pass the ball whilst moving.
- To be able to able to shoot at goal correctly and with power.
- To be able to defend correctly in hockey.
- To be able to evaluate own skills and create drills to work on developing weaknesses.
- To understand tactics in hockey.
- To be able to control the ball with two hands, while moving.
- To replicate 3 types of passing. Chest pass, Bounce pass, Overhead pass.
- To be able to understand and develop the footwork rule and put it into a game situation.
- To be able to attack and defend correctly in a game of netball.
- To be able to know the 7 positions in netball and who marks who in a game.
- To run 3 chosen distances using the correct running technique.
- To be able to show their sprint start and how to measure it out and then adapt their running including the sprint start.
- To be able to throw a javelin using the correct technique aiming for further distances.
- To be able to throw a javelin with a run up.
- To show their knowledge of basic Jumping actions and develop this using the take-off and landing.
- To be able to apply correct grip when throwing a shot putt.
- To improve knowledge of hop, skip and jump action in the triple jump.
- 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 be given the opportunity to measure each other’s distances and peer assess each other’s techniques.
- To be able to build on knowledge of map reading and to work individually and in a team to develop skills and solve problems.
Acquiring and developing skills
•Can they link skills, techniques and ideas and apply them accurately and appropriately?
•Do they show good control in their movements?
Evaluating and improving
•Can they compare and comment on skills, techniques and ideas that they and others have used?
•Can they use their observations to improve their work?
Health and Fitness
•Can they explain some important safety principles when preparing for exercise?
•Can they explain what effect exercise has on their body?
•Can they explain why exercise is important?
•Can they compose their own dances in a creative and imaginative way?
•Can they perform to an accompaniment, expressively and sensitively?
•Are their movements controlled?
•Does their dance show clarity, fluency, accuracy and consistency?
•Can they gain possession by working as a team?
•Can they pass in different ways?
•Can they use forehand and backhand with a racquet?
•Can they field?
•Can they choose the best tactics for attacking and defending?
•Can they use a number of techniques to pass, dribble and shoot.
•Can they make complex or extended sequences?
•Can they combine action, balance and shape?
•Can they perform consistently to different audiences?
•Are their movements accurate, clear and consistent?
•Are they controlled when taking off and landing in a jump?
•Can they throw with accuracy?
•Can they combine running and jumping?
•Can they follow specific rules?
Outdoor and Adventurous
•Can they follow a map in an unknown location?
•Can they use clues and compass directions to navigate a route?
•Can they change their route if there is a problem?
•Can they change their plan if they get new information?