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1 Boys Year 7 Autumn 1 Half Term Baseline/fitness aerobics, circuits, boxercise, bums and tums, walking and cross country. stretching techniques and Learners to take part in a range of activities, (invasion games, striking and fielding, fitness and athletics) to determine an appropriate starting level so targets can be set Spring 1 Half Term Basketball to outwit them so that you can score goals or points Autumn 2 Half Term Multi Skills / Fitness Developing children s basic skills, in catching and throwing, batting and fielding, moving, dribbling, getting into space. Attacking and defending and improving spatial awareness/agility Spring 2 Half Term Badminton Introduce and develop pupils skill and knowledge of badminton. Introduction to a range of techniques to develop ability and strategies to develop their badminton. Use self and peer assessment to determine level and ability within the unit. Learn a range of technical terms and be able to explain what the terms mean. To understand the principles used to prepare for and recover from this type of game. To understand the concepts of net/wall games and make evaluations of strengths and weaknesses of performance. Summer 1 Half Term Fitness / Athletics distance and accuracy Summer 2 Half Term Fitness/ Striking & Fielding / Athletics distance and accuracy -

2 Girls Year 7 Autumn 1 Half Term Baseline/fitness aerobics, circuits, boxercise, bums and tums, walking and cross country. stretching techniques and Learners to take part in a range of activities, (invasion games, striking and fielding, fitness and athletics) to determine an appropriate starting level so targets can be set Spring 1 Half Term Gymnastics / Fitness Pupils focus on relationships between performers and timing in small group sequences. They have opportunities to use music with their sequence, and to choose their own apparatus and design a simple layout. Pupils demonstrate skills and agilities individually, in combination and in sequence, with the aim of showing as much control and precision as possible. Summer 1 Half Term Fitness / Athletics distance and accuracy Autumn 2 Half Term Multi Skills / Fitness Developing children s basic skills, in catching and throwing, batting and fielding, moving, dribbling, getting into space. Attacking and defending and improving spatial awareness/agility Spring 2 Half Term Dance / Fitness Focus on developing the range and quality of dance moves, working on timing and relationship to music. Pupils demonstrate skills in performance situations Summer 2 Half Term Fitness/ Striking & Fielding / Athletics distance and accuracy -

3 Boys Year 8 Autumn 1 Half Term Rugby / Fitness aerobics, yoga, circuits, pilates, boxercise, walking and cross country. stretching techniques and 7 hours to outwit them so that you can score goals or points Spring 1 Half Term Football/Basketball/fitness. to outwit them so that you can score goals or points 7 hours Summer 1 Half Term Striking & Fielding Games / athletics. 12 hours Unit 3: developing their technical understanding of athletic activity. They learn how to set targets and improve their performance in a range of running, jumping and throwing activities. Children think about how to achieve the greatest possible speed, height, distance or accuracy 4 hours Autumn 2 Half Term Badminton/Fitness Introduce and develop pupils skill and knowledge of badminton. Development of a range of techniques to increase ability and strategies to develop their badminton. Use self and peer assessment to determine level and ability within the unit. Learn a range of technical terms and be able to explain what the terms mean. To understand the principles used to prepare for and recover from this type of game. To understand the concepts of net/wall games and make evaluations of strengths and weaknesses of performance. Spring 2 Half Term Football/Basketball / Fitness. to outwit them so that you can score goals or points 7 hours Summer 2 Half Term striking & fielding / Athletics. 12 hours distance and accuracy - 8 hours

4 Girls Year 8 Autumn 1 Half Term Invasion/fitness aerobics, yoga, circuits, pilates, boxercise, walking and cross country. stretching techniques and to outwit them so that you can score goals or points Spring 1 Half Term Gymnastics / Fitness Pupils focus on relationships between performers and timing in small group sequences. They have opportunities to use music with their sequence, and to choose their own apparatus and design a simple layout. Pupils demonstrate skills and agilities individually, in combination and in sequence, with the aim of showing as much control and precision as possible. Summer 1 Half Term Striking & Fielding / Athletics distance and accuracy Autumn 2 Half Term Dance / Fitness Focus on developing the range and quality of dance moves, working on timing and relationship to music. Pupils demonstrate skills in performance situations Spring 2 Half Term Invasion / Fitness to outwit them so that you can score goals or points 7 hours Summer 2 Half Term Striking & Fielding / Athletics distance and accuracy -

5 Boys Year 9 Autumn 1 Half Term Rugby / Fitness aerobics, yoga, circuits, pilates, boxercise, walking and cross country. stretching techniques and 7 hours to outwit them so that you can score goals or points Spring 1 Half Term Invasion/ fitness Autumn 2 Half Term Badminton/Fitness Introduce and develop pupils skill and knowledge of badminton. Development of a range of techniques to increase ability and strategies to develop their badminton. Use self and peer assessment to determine level and ability within the unit. Learn a range of technical terms and be able to explain what the terms mean. To understand the principles used to prepare for and recover from this type of game. To understand the concepts of net/wall games and make evaluations of strengths and weaknesses of performance. Spring 2 Half Term Invasion / Fitness to outwit them so that you can score goals or points 7 hours Summer 1 Half Term Striking & Fielding Games / athletics. 12 hours Unit 3: developing their technical understanding of athletic activity. They learn how to set targets and improve their performance in a range of running, jumping and throwing activities. Children think about how to achieve the greatest possible speed, height, distance or accuracy 4 hours to outwit them so that you can score goals or points 7 hours Summer 2 Half Term striking & fielding / Athletics. 12 hours distance and accuracy - 8 hours

6 Girls Year 9 Autumn 1 Half Term Invasion / fitness aerobics, yoga, circuits, pilates, boxercise, walking and cross country. stretching techniques and to outwit them so that you can score goals or points Spring 1 Half Term Gymnastics / Fitness Pupils focus on relationships between performers and timing in small group sequences. They have opportunities to use music with their sequence, and to choose their own apparatus and design a simple layout. Pupils demonstrate skills and agilities individually, in combination and in sequence, with the aim of showing as much control and precision as possible. Summer 1 Half Term Striking & Fielding / Athletics distance and accuracy Autumn 2 Half Term Dance / Fitness Focus on developing the range and quality of dance moves, working on timing and relationship to music. Pupils demonstrate skills in performance situations Spring 2 Half Term Invasion / Fitness to outwit them so that you can score goals or points 14 hours Summer 2 Half Term Striking & Fielding / Athletics distance and accuracy -

7 Red House Academy Long Term Scheme of work Subject: Sports Studies Key Stage: 4 Year: 10 Autumn 2, (2015) Spring 1, Spring 2 (2016) Unit 1 Fitness for sport and exercise Working closely with their coach, the performer will gain an appreciation and understanding of the different fitness components, training principles, training methods and fitness tests which can be incorporated into their training regime to further enhance and improve their sports performance. Physical and skill-related fitness components, including aerobic endurance, body composition and power, are related to positive health and wellbeing. Sports performers train regularly to improve and maintain their fitness levels and performance. Their training programmes are tailored to their specific training needs and their sport. A performer s training cycle can incorporate lots of different fitness training methods, such as circuits for Incorporating different fitness training methods keeps training interesting, which helps to keep motivation levels high. Outcome 1 know about the components of fitness and the principles of training Outcome 2 - explore different fitness training methods Outcome 3 - investigate fitness testing to determine fitness levels. Summer 2, Autumn 1, Autumn 2,(2014) Unit 2 Practical Sport This unit focuses on developing and improving your own practical sports performance. This is achieved through your active participation in practical activities and reflection on your own performance and that of other sports performers. This unit introduces you to a variety of different sports and, through participating in different sports, it is expected that you will develop knowledge of the associated rules, regulations, scoring systems, skills, techniques and tactics. C be able to review sports performance Outcome 1 - understand the rules, regulations and scoring systems for selected sports Outcome 2 Practically demonstrate skills, techniques and tactics in selected sports Outcome 3 be able to review sports performance Sports Studies Long Term Plan Year 10

8 Spring 1, Spring 2, Summer 1 (2015) Unit 4 The Sports Performer in Action When a person exercises regularly, the body undergoes several short-term effects, such as increased breathing and heart rate. However, as their training progresses they ll start to notice that the short-term effects first observed change and they develop different long-term adaptations, such as a slower heart rate than before and a more controlled and easier breathing rate when they exercise. But why do these changes take place? What causes the change in physiological responses over a period of time? This unit will look at the training effects that occur when a person regularly participates in sport and physical activity over a given period of time. Outcome 1 - know about the short-term responses and long-term adaptations of the body systems to exercise Outcome 2 - know about the different energy systems used during sports performance Summer 2, Autumn 1, (2015) Unit 6 Leading Sports Activities This unit introduces you to sports leadership, enabling you to start on the ladder of leadership and coaching, through delivering components of sports sessions and whole activity sessions. You will be introduced to the basics of sports leadership and then will be required to plan, deliver and evaluate your ability to lead a sports activity session or component of a session. Outcome 1 - know the attributes associated with successful sports leadership Outcome 2 - undertake the planning and leading of sports activities Outcome 3 - review the planning and leading of sports activities. GLH 30 hours

9 Red House Academy Long Term Scheme of work Subject: health and social care Key Stage: 4 Year: 11 Spring 1, Spring 2, Summer 1 Unit 1 Human Lifespan Development The unit provides you with the opportunity to explore how we grow and develop throughout our lives and to investigate the factors that affect this growth and development. You will go on to consider how these factors are interrelated. There are four distinct aspects to human growth and development, usually classified as physical, intellectual, emotional and social development. These four aspects are closely related to each other and a change in one can affect some, or all, of the other areas. Outcome 1 Explore human growth and development across life stage Outcome 2 investigate factors that affect human growth and development and how they are interrelated Autumn 1, Autumn 2 Unit 2 Health and social care values Health and Social Care values underpin good practice within the sector. These care values apply t all areas of health and social care work. In this unit you will gain an understanding of how these care values are applied in health and social care settings and their importance to work in the sector. Outcome 1 - Explore the care values that underpin current practice in health and social care Outcome 2 Investigate ways of empowering individuals who use health and social care services Sports Studies Long Term Plan Year 11

10 Autumn 2 Unit 4 The Sports Performer in Action When a person exercises regularly, the body undergoes several short-term effects, such as increased breathing and heart rate. However, as their training progresses they ll start to notice that the short-term effects first observed change and they develop different long-term adaptations, such as a slower heart rate than before and a more controlled and easier breathing rate when they exercise. But why do these changes take place? What causes the change in physiological responses over a period of time? This unit will look at the training effects that occur when a person regularly participates in sport and physical activity over a given period of time. Outcome 1 - know about the short-term responses and long-term adaptations of the body systems to exercise Outcome 2 - know about the different energy systems used during sports performance Autumn 2, Spring 1 Unit 6 Leading Sports Activities This unit introduces you to sports leadership, enabling you to start on the ladder of leadership and coaching, through delivering components of sports sessions and whole activity sessions. You will be introduced to the basics of sports leadership and then will be required to plan, deliver and evaluate your ability to lead a sports activity session or component of a session. Outcome 1 - know the attributes associated with successful sports leadership Outcome 2 - undertake the planning and leading of sports activities Outcome 3 - review the planning and leading of sports activities. GLH 30 hours

11 PE Studies Long Term Plan / Long Term Plan Year 7 Year 8 Year 9 Autumn 1 Autumn 2 Spring 1 Spring 2 Summer 1 Summer 2 Girls Upper Baseline/Fitness Multi Skills / Fitness Dance Gymnastics Boys Upper Baseline/Fitness Multi Skills / Fitness Badminton Basketball Girls Lower Baseline/Fitness Multi Skills / Fitness Dance Gymnastics Boys Lower Baseline/Fitness Multi Skills / Fitness Badminton Basketball Autumn 1 Autumn 2 Spring 1 Spring 2 Summer 1 Summer 2 Girls Upper Netball / Fitness Dance / fitness Gymnastics / fitness Invasion/fitness Boys Upper Rugby / Fitness / Badminton Football/Basketball/Fitness Girls Lower Netball / Fitness Dance / fitness Gymnastics / fitness invasion/fitness Boys Lower Rugby / Fitness / Badminton Football/Basketball/Fitness Autumn 1 Autumn 2 Spring 1 Spring 2 Summer 1 Summer 2 Girls Upper Basketball / fitness / tennis Gymnastics/fitness Dance/fitness Boys Upper Rugby / Fitness / Badminton Football/Basketball/Fitness Girls Lower Football/Tennis/Fitness Gymnastics/fitness Benchball/bball Boys Lower Rugby / Fitness / Badminton Football/Basketball/Fitness Year 10 Girls Upper Boys Upper Girls Upper Boys Lower Autumn 1 Autumn 2 Spring 1 Spring 2 Summer 1 Summer 2 Basketball / fitness / tennis gymnastics/benchball/dance Rugby / Fitness / Badminton Football / basketball Games Games Games Games Year 11 Girls Upper Boys Upper Girls Lower Boys Lower Autumn 1 Autumn 2 Spring 1 Spring 2 Summer 1 Summer 2 fitness, invasion, dance Games / fitness fitness, invasion, dance Games / fitness

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