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KS3 Curriculum Guide - Year 7 Physical Education
Term 1Invasion Games 1  
Students will spend three lessons on rugby and three lessons on netball. The skills learned will be: passing, receiving, footwork, handling, dodging, marking, sidestepping, intercepting, tackling. Students will develop their transferable core skills in team games across rugby and netball. Students will also develop their team work, communication and leadership skills. The term will end with an inter-house competition. These are the sports which link with extra-curricular provision. All students are encouraged to attend all EC opportunities.
Assessment: Students will be assessed in team activities (in line with the 1-9 level ladder). Key Words and Terms
 
Term 2Sports Hall Athletics/Adventurous Activities   
Sports Hall athletics: Students will have three sessions of Sports Hall athletics. Students will have the opportunity be assessed in an individual sport. Students will learn about the different fitness components that benefit each event, as well as the technique and rules for each activity. Adventurous Activities: In these lessons students will develop their leadership, problem solving, teamwork and listening skills. Students will be working with others in their group to complete tasks.
Assessment: Students will be assessed in individual activities (in line with the 1-9 level ladder). Theory assessment will be marked out of 25, content will be: components of fitness, warm-up, cool down, aerobic and anaerobic activities. Key Words and Terms
 
Term 3Invasion Games 2  
Invasion Games 2: Students will have three lessons of football and three lessons of basketball. Students will develop their passing, receiving, dribbling, moving, intercepting, crossing and shooting skills Students will develop their transferable core skills in the team games of football and basketball. Students will further refine their team work, communication and leadership skills. The final session will be an inter-house competition. Football is offered as an extra-curricular sport in terms 3 and 4. All students are encouraged to attend EC opportunities.
Assessment: Students will be assessed in team activities (in line with the 1-9 level ladder). Key Words and Terms
 
Term 4Accurate Replication/Outdoor Fitness  
Accurate replication Students will develop their basic gymnastic actions (individual balances, travelling movements) and movement skills, and incorporate into floor routines. Students will develop basic flight skills. Outdoor fitness: During Mock 2 there is no sports hall availability. Outdoor fitness will consist of different training methods (circuit/interval/fartlek) and cross-country running.
Assessment: Students will be assessed in individual activities (in line with the 1-9 level ladder). Theory assessment will be marked out of 25, content will be: effects of exercise and components of fitness.Key Words and Terms
 
Term 5Athletics  
Athletics Students will develop their ability to perform a variety of track and field events, learning the correct technique through demonstration and conditioned practices. Students will begin to learn the basic rules and scoring methods for events.
Assessment: Students will be assessed in individual activities (in line with the 1-9 level ladder). Key Words and Terms
 
Term 6Striking & Fielding/Tennis  
Short tennis Students will develop their ability to serve, rally and score in mini tennis (smaller courts, shorter rackets and softer balls). Striking and Fielding: Students will play a variety of fielding teams (rounders, cricket, softball and modified games). The focus will be on basic fielding skills and how they can be transferred across activities. Students will learn basic rules of these sports. These units link with fixtures during this term.
Assessment: Students will be assessed in team activities (in line with the 1-9 level ladder). Students third assessment will be on: nutrients, energy balance and components of fitness. Key Words and Terms
 

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