Redhill Junior And Infant School

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Redhill Road, Birmingham, West Midlands, B25 8HQ

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PE

At Redhill, we encourage our children to follow an active lifestyle to improve both their physical fitness and their overall wellbeing. We encourage children to develop their physical skills, to work individually and as part of a team and to show increasing control and competence, evaluating their work as they go. We encourage children to recognise that PE is just one way of living a healthy lifestyle and taking part and enjoying PE can lead to improved health and mental well being.

After School Clubs

The current after school clubs are as follows:

Monday: Football (led by Howard)

Tuesday: Multiskills (led by John)

Thursday: Basketball (led by John) 

All clubs run from 3-4pm

Wake up, Shake up!

In Key Stage One, children participate in the 'Wake Up, Shake Up' programme twice a week in the small hall. They learn short routines to pop songs to "wake them up" and get them ready for the school day.  To find out more about the programme, visit the website here

Active Learning

Across school, we encourage children to be as active as possible during the day. This includes Brain Gym and Active 5 minute and 8 minute workouts, timetable permitting! Check out Year 2 below carrying out a Joe Wicks Active 5m work out!

 

PE and PHSE

Through our PE and PHSE curriculum, we strive to give our pupils the information they need to make the right decisions about their health and well being.  Using the 2020 PHSE statutory guidance and our SCARF scheme of work, we teach:

  • the characteristics and mental and physical benefits of an active lifestyle
  • the importance of building regular exercise into daily and weekly routines and how to achieve this; for example walking or cycling to school, a daily active mile or other forms of regular, vigorous exercise
  • the risks associated with an inactive lifestyle (including obesity).
  • how and when to seek support including which adults to speak to in school if they are worried about their health.  

PE Policy 

Please find our PE policy below. If you have further questions, please see your child's class teacher. 

  P.E Topic Map 2021-2022

 

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

Y1

 

 

Multi-skills

“Learn basic movements and begin to apply them to a range of activities.”

Invasion Games

“Engage in competitive and cooperative physical activities.”

Gymnastics

“Learn simple movement patterns.”

Games

“Begin to participate in games with others.”

Striking and Fielding

“Develop coordination during play.”

Cricket

“Engage in physical games.”

Y2

 

 

 

Multi-skills

Use of different equipment

“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.”

Gymnastics

Working individually

Sequence required

“Perform sequences/dances using simple movement patterns.”

Invasion Games

Fun games

Finding space

“Participate in team games, developing simple tactics for attacking and defending.”

Games

Jumping

Small fun games

Throwing and catching

“Participate in games individually and with others.”

Striking and Fielding

1 hand to throw

2 hands to catch  Using bats

“Develop coordination, balance and agility during play.”

Cricket

Small games

Using different bats

Use of big ball

“Participate in team games, developing confidence.”

Y3

 

 

 

Games

Creating space

Small - sided games

“Develop a broader range of skills, enjoying communicating with each other.”

Hockey

Basic movement

Holding hockey stick properly

“Play competitive games learning basic principles of hockey.”

Basketball

Using correct part of hand

“Play competitive games learning basic principles of basketball.”

 

Gymnastics

Movements

Shapes

“Learn how to use different movements in a variety of ways.”

Athletics

Race activities

Fun games

Develop flexibility and strength in athletics.”

Rounders

Small groups

Mini games

Holding equipment

“Play competitive games

learning basic principles

of rounders.”

Swimming

“Swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres.”

Y4

 

 

 

Games

Smaller games

Use of different equipment developing game play

“Develop and apply a broader range of skills, enjoying communicating and collaborating with each other.”

Hockey

Passing    Shooting  Teamwork

Working in small groups

“Play competitive games learning and developing basic principles of hockey.”

Basketball

Bounce pass Chest pass

Movement styles

“Play competitive games learning and developing basic principles of basketball.”

Gymnastics

Shapes in small groups

Creating different movements

“Learn how to use different movements in a variety of ways and to link them to make actions and sequences of movement.”

Athletics

Small races

Running  Jumping Throwing

“Develop flexibility, strength and technique in athletics.”

Rounders/Cricket

Throwing/catching

Target shooting

“Play competitive games

learning and developing

basic principles of rounders/cricket.”

Y5

 

 

 

Games

Teamwork

Movement

“Develop and apply broader range of skills, learning how to use them in different ways.”

Hockey

Footwork

Recapping holding hockey stick

Striking of the puck

“Play competitive games applying the basic principles of hockey.”

Basketball

Passing

Moving

Shooting technique

“Play competitive games applying the basic principles of basketball.”

Gymnastics

Small sequences

“Working in small groups

“Perform sequences/dances using a range of movement patterns.

Athletics

Relay races

Team races

Different movements

“Develop flexibility, strength, technique and control in athletics.”

Rounders/Cricket

Small - sided games

Catching & throwing

Correct way of holding bat

Play competitive games

applying the basic principles of rounders/cricket, comparing performances with previous

ones.

Y6

 

 

 

Games

Team game

Small-sided games

Agility

“Develop and apply broader range of skills, learning how to use them in different ways. And to link them to make actions”

Hockey

In game movement

Shooting

Passing accuracy

“Play competitive games applying the principles of hockey confidently.”

Basketball

Positional

2 vs 2 – 3 vs 3

“Play competitive games applying the principles of basketball confidently.”

Gymnastics

Sequence movements

Working on own

“Perform sequences/dances using a range of movement patterns evaluating and recognising their own success.

Athletics

Compete in single races

Running style

Throwing activity

“Develop flexibility, strength, technique, control and balance in athletics.”

Rounders/Cricket

Bowling    Fielding

Setting up equipment

“Play competitive games

applying the principles of rounders/cricket

confidently, comparing performances with

previous ones and

demonstrate

improvements to achieve

personal best.”

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