Subject - PE and Sport
PHYSICAL EDUATION AT OAK GREEN SCHOOL
Why do we teach what we teach? (Our intent)
It is our intent that all pupils leaving Oak Green School are physically literate and have the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy, active lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport. To achieve this, we have set up a plan for PE and sport in our school, incorporating the Primary PE and Sport Premium funding. We expect to see an improvement against the following 5 key indicators:
Engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity promoting healthy active lifestyles
The profile of PE and Sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and Sport
Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils Continue to increase our participation in competitive sport
How do we teach it? (Our implementation)
We offer a very wide variety of sporting opportunities to all children in both lessons and competitive events for children with and without obvious and hidden disabilities. We run an inclusive, varied and challenging programme of physical education.
Our PE scheme of work involves all children through a variety of different activities, from Nursery to Y6, that encompasses indoor PE – gymnastics (‘real gym’) - floor, small and large apparatus – across: coordination, balances, agility, ball skills and dance - and outdoor skills - sports including ball and team games and mini and full sports, including: football, netball and basketball, tag rugby, hockey, tennis, rounders, cricket and athletics. Specific provision and events for children with SEN are differentiated accordingly and a close relationship with our SSCO in relation to SEN has enabled our children to be part of the competitive sporting environment at OGS including Boccia, team building and fencing. In addition, see ‘Clubs’ for information on further sport opportunities, such as, cheerleading, street dance, cross country, football (both boys and girls), netball and tag rugby.
In Early Years Foundation Stage 1 and 2, children have provision to meet their Physical Development area of learning - one of seven areas in the EYFS - to develop a child's movement, handling of objects, understanding of their body and health and levels of self-care. Reception enjoy weekly indoor/outdoor sessions alongside their outdoor learning.
In KS1 (Year 1 and 2), indoor PE and outdoor PE are timetabled for all children and involves them in a varied programme that includes the 6 strands (‘cogs’) of ‘real PE’: Balance, Coordination & Agility, Personal skills, Social skills, Cognitive skills, Applying Physical Skills, Creative skills and Knowledge and Understanding of Health and Fitness.
At KS2 (Years 3, 4, 5 and 6), the children again have both indoor and outdoor PE sessions and build upon the 6 areas of the scheme and a programme which also includes swimming in year 4, competitive games and learning about the importance of personal bests.
What is the difference that this makes? (Our impact)
Through effective learning in PE we promote access to a very wide range of sports and experiences and opportunity to participate in competitive events. Young people’s health, safety and wellbeing develops and we hope that we inspire our young people to be participants in sports and active lifestyles for life and can demonstrate resilience, personal social skills and good team play. Please see our ‘PE and Sport Premium’ for evaluation of our spending and outcomes.
Real PE Core Long Term Plans
Real Dance Long Term Plans
Real GYM Long Term Plans
Real PE Progression of Skills
PE, Sports and Active Lifestyle Links
At Oak Green we know how to keep active.
Here are some amazing resources for when you're not at school!
At home learning with real PE at home
real PE at home provides meaningful home learning for EVERY child with games, activities and challenges, all aligned to your real PE curriculum.
Get dancing, with these online videos
Jump Start Jonny’s fun workouts and chill-out videos are loved by over 250,000 Jumpsters, you can be one too.
Just Dance Videos – free online dance videos to current and classic songs which can be completed in a small space.
Supermovers Fun curriculum linked resources to get your class moving while they learn
Les Mills 20 or 40-minute class is jam-packed with cool music and foundation fitness moves and fun games
Change4Life Train like a Jedi it’s time to get your kids active as they learn to master the ways of the Jedi
Fitness fun with these online resources
Joe Wicks’ 5 minute workouts for kids is a selection of shorter workouts for primary children.
GoNoodle lots of fun videos, games and off-screen activities
Cosmic Kids Yoga – yoga videos ranging from 5 to 30 minutes available via YouTube
Play a sport? Try these sport activities at home
FUNetics is a primary school resource from England Athletics and they've published these FUN activities
DodgeFive@home from British Dodgeball provides games that can be played at home to develop skills like throwing, catching and dodging.
Extra-time FA Football activities explore football activities that you can do at home to keep you on top of your game