Each lesson plan has progressive activities that are designed to inspire and engage your pupils. They have key success criteria which provides clear information to help the pupils develop their skill level and taching points appear throughout to help teachers with subject knowledge. Differentiation is listed as ‘make this harder by’ or ‘make this easier by’ to provide activities with simple changes to appropriately challenge all of your pupils. Teacher notes offer further information regarding how to deliver activities or specific skills.
The whole child outcomes demonstrate how the unit lends itself to developing children's confidence, competence, control, and character, as well as how they collaborate with others.
The scheme of work also include key skills, clear cross curricular links and the assessment criteria for that unit.
Activities cover the breadth of the curriculum and include gymnastics, dance and yoga, as well as more traditional games such as tag rugby, cricket and tennis. Select a key stage and find the list of activities to choose from. Drag and drop each activity into a half term block. View previous curriculum maps in the archive to ensure that your pupils are taught a variety of actvities throughout their key stage.
On individual profiles, an option to upload and store notes, photographic and video evidence of your pupils' progress. EYFS assessments are formed using the physical early learning goals and are recorded for each pupil on an assessment table using the symbols for working towards, at or beyond the goals.. For KS1 and KS2, access assessment criteria for each activity area and generate comments using the assessment symbols on a class assessment table. Archive previous year’s assessment tables to store a record of your pupils’ progress.
This feature allows you to filter data about your pupils including PE assessments, information on your Pupil Premium, SEN and Gifted and Talented children, as well as data regarding attendance at extra-curricular activities and opportunites for pupils to compete for school.
The amount listed is the equipment required to teach a class of 30.
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Find videos, music and independent learning cards to accompany and support your teaching in this area. You can also access additional resources that are not required for a specific lesson, such as the assessment cirteria for each activity area, tips on how to safely move apparatus in gymnastics and peer assessment sheets for dance.