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KS4 Curriculum Guide - Year 11 Physical Education
Term 1Ultimate Frisbee/Football  
For ultimate frisbee, students will participate in skills and games to develop key skills and techniques, focusing on teamwork, rules, enjoyment and participation in the sport. In ultimate frisbee students will learn the basic skills and techniques such as the grip, forehand and backhand passing, and correct catching technique. For football students will participate in a variety of conditioned games focusing on enjoyment, teamwork and learning key skills and techniques. Students will develop their discrete skills through game play, devising tactics and developing coaching roles.
Assessment: Students assessed on effort, participation and commitment to physical activity.Key Words and Terms
 
Term 2Rugby/Gaelic Football  
In rugby and Gaelic football, students will develop movement, decision making and tactical understanding within a wide variety of conditioned games focusing on devising invasion tactics. In Gaelic football students will learn about and understand the rules of the game, skills such as soloing and hand passing, and the scoring system.
Assessment: Students assessed on effort, participation and commitment to physical activity.Key Words and Terms
 
Term 3Table Tennis/Fitness  
In table tennis students will focus on the development of previously learnt skills, and implementing them into conditioned games. The emphasis will be on pupil's ability to adapt these skills depending on the rules and requirements of these games. In fitness students will focus on short and long term effects of exercise on the body, the influence of different types of exercise on heart rate and the promotion of life-long participation in sports.
Assessment: Students assessed on effort, participation and commitment to physical activity.Key Words and Terms
 
Term 4Handball/Volleyball  
Students will learn and develop movement, decision making and tactical understanding within a wide variety of invasion games and scenarios. The emphasis will be on pupil's ability to adapt these skills depending on the rules and requirements of these games. In volleyball students will learn and develop skills such as the dig, set, spike, movement and rules whilst applying them into game play during conditioned games.
Assessment: Students assessed on effort, participation and commitment to physical activity.Key Words and Terms
 
Term 5Rounders/Cricket  
Students will build on the core skills learnt in KS3 and will develop their sport specific skills in cricket and rounders, such as throwing, catching, batting, bowling and fielding techniques. Emphasis will be placed upon applying these skills through conditioned games in order to fully understand the rules and scoring systems of the games.
Assessment: Students assessed on effort, participation and commitment to physical activity.Key Words and Terms
 
Term 6Tennis/Athletics  
Students will continue to develop the variety of skills they learnt at KS3 including: forehand, backhand, serving, volleying, singles and doubles tactics. Emphasis will be placed on pupil's ability to apply these skills and techniques, as well as tactics, rules and scoring, into conditioned game situations. Students will continue to develop their technique in throwing, jumping and running events in athletics, with a focus on the technical skill needed in throwing and jumping events. Students will continue to develop their tactics within athletic races with the focus on trying to improve their personal best level.
Assessment: Students assessed on effort, participation and commitment to physical activity.Key Words and Terms
 

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