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1 Name of Policy - Dallington School Physical Education Author Dallington School Date of Last Revision March 2015 Date of Board of Governors Approval - January 2015 Date of Next School Review January 2016 Date of Next Board of Governors Review & Approval January

2 Policy for Physical Education This Document is a statement of the aims, principles and strategies for teaching and learning of Physical Education at Dallington School. It was developed during the Summer of 1996 in consultation with teaching staff, classroom assistants and P.E. specialists. This policy will be reviewed at least every two years. Physical Education is the aspect of the curriculum concerned with the development of physical skills, knowledge and understanding in games, gymnastics, dance, athletics, outdoor activities and swimming. Children s progress in Physical Education is achieved through discussion between child and teacher in the context of the PE lesson. Formative assessment is mostly carried out informally by teachers in the course of their teaching. Suitable tasks for assessment include: o Practical tasks directly observed by the teacher o Small group discussions related to a practical task o Specific assignments for individual pupils o Individual discussions in which children are encouraged to appraise their own work and progress Reporting to parents is done on an informal basis through interviews and annually through a written report. Reporting in Physical Education will focus on each child s o Control, coordination and mobility o Skill and confidence in a range of physical activities o Awareness of the physical capabilities of the body o Cooperative skills

3 Our Aims in teaching Physical Education Physical endeavour should be a pleasurable activity which can provide challenge and fulfillment throughout life. Habits of exercise contribute to a healthy lifestyle. Knowledge and understanding of physical activities allows a deeper appreciation and enjoyment of spectator sports. All children should o be physically active and find enjoyment in physical activity. o find a lasting sense of purpose, achievement and fulfilment in physical activity. o develop physical skills, habits and interests that will promote healthy lifestyle and good posture. o develop positive attitudes to physical endeavour including perseverance, fair play and sporting behaviour and develop the ability to cope with success and failure. o learn how physical exercise affects the body. o understand the need for safe practice in physical activities and know how to achieve this. Any non participants of P.E. (for medical reasons) can be included as scorer or referee or given responsibility for equipment. The PE Curriculum includes: o games o gymnastic activities o dance o a variety of sports that may include; tennis, cricket, football, hockey, rounders and tag rugby (years 2,3,and 4) o a variety of sports that may include; badminton, ice-skating, volleyball, street-dance, canoeing (years 5 and 6) o athletic activities appropriate to the age of the child o outdoor activities appropriate to the age of the child swimming (not in the Lower Nursery Groups) o Strategies for the Teaching of Physical Education - 3 -

4 o Dallington actively promotes the Walk to School initiative which demonstrates environmental and health benefits The PE Curriculum generally is organised on a subject basis outside the main topic framework of the curriculum, although gymnastic and dance activities are often related to topic work. PE is the most firmly timetabled element of the curriculum because of the need to use the Basement area or outdoor space. PE is taught throughout the school year but not all areas of activity are covered each term. Within this framework, classes spend approximately 3 hours per week on Physical Education covering games (such as; tennis, cricket, football, hockey, rounders and tag rugby), gymnastics and dance. Apart from the Lower Nursery Groups, each child has a weekly swimming lesson during term time. All children who are in full-time schooling are expected to play in the playground during part of the lunchtime break. The playground is also used at other times for games and activities. Methods of Working PE is predominantly cooperative group work, although individual work and class teaching are used where appropriate. Within this structure, groups are usually of mixed ability and relevant discussion is encouraged. PE is taught by class teachers. There are Specialist Teachers for Dance, Swimming and Sports. Years 2, 3 and 4 have a weekly session with our visiting sports coach who introduces the children to a variety of sports which may include; tennis, cricket, football, hockey, rounders and tag rugby. Years 5 and 6 go to a sports centre to do various activities such as badminton, ice-skating, volleyball and street-dance. In the summer term, they go canoeing at Shadwell Basin, with a qualified instructor. Classroom Assistants are used to assist in accompanying children to the swimming baths

5 All children are expected to be able to undress and dress themselves and show responsibility for their dance/gym wear and their swimming costumes. Children with Special Needs Children with special needs are able to develop confidence and express their feelings in PE, as it is a subject in which success does not depend on academic ability. They include pupils with learning difficulties who may find opportunities to excel, pupils with special physical needs who may need close monitoring and pupils with particular ability and flair for PE who work more quickly and are extended through the use of more advanced techniques. The Emphasis on our teaching of PE is o to allow all children to achieve enjoyment, satisfaction and success at their own level and to develop control, coordination and mobility. o To develop skill and confidence in a range of physical activities and an awareness of the physical capabilities of the body. o To develop cooperative skills. Acknowledgement of achievements includes displays of dance and gymnastics to other groups and, on other public occasions, to the parents, swimming, a Sports Day event involving all pupils. Pupils are encouraged to change swiftly and with a minimum of fuss. Lessons are conducted in a disciplined manner. Health and Safety in PE Use of equipment, apparatus and techniques in accordance with health and safety requirements

6 Appropriate storage of equipment and apparatus. Teaching pupils to understand the need for safe practice in physical activities and how to achieve this. Extra-curricular activities Football team After school club which participates in a local league, open to all ages from Year 1 upwards. Cycling proficiency training takes place during school hours and is offered by Islington Council. Children are welcome to cycle to school, with bike storage provided at the Playground

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