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Physical Education – Key Stage 2

 

Year 5 and 6

 

Gymnastics

During this term you will be developing your gymnastics skills.  You will have the opportunity to develop 'movement phases'.  Along with refining key gymnastic elements, consider building sequences, perfecting and selecting transitions.

 

* Can you choreograph and perform your own sequence using a variety  of moves?  Try to include different jumps, leaps, rolls, twists and turns and link your ideas creatively.  Practice it until your are happy to record your performance.  Consider your start and finish position. 

 

Have you included different:

Pathways: zig-zag, straight or diagonal - good use of all of the space available

Levels: high, medium and low 

Points and Patches: balancing on a variety of large and small body parts

Base: wide/narrow

 

* Use the skills that you have developed and introduce a piece of equipment to your routine.  Why not include something like a ball, hoop, pair of socks, cushion etc.

 

* Choose one of your favourite types of rolls and create your own 'How to perform a _______ roll' guide to share with the rest of the class.  This could take the form of written instructions, poster or a video guide.  You can include photographs, videos, diagrams or sketches to help you describe how to perform the roll successfully.

 

Fitness and Well-being

 

 

Year 3 and 4

 

Games

 

During this half-term,

 

 

Gymnastics

During this term you will be developing your gymnastics skills.  You will have the opportunity to develop shapes through BALANCE.  Along with refining key gymnastic elements, consider building sequences, perfecting and selecting transitions.

 

* Can you develop your sequence further by applying it to music?  Choose your piece of music carefully.  Ideally, it should not have any lyrics so select an instrumental version only.  When you have a choreographed a routine, practice it until your are happy to record your performance.  Consider your start and finish position.  Have you included different:

Pathways: zig-zag, straight or diagonal - good use of all of the space available

Levels: high, medium and low 

Points and Patches: balancing on a variety of large and small body parts

Base: wide/narrow

 

* Use the skills that you have developed and introduce a piece of equipment to your routine.  Why not include something like a ball, hoop, pair of socks, cushion etc.

 

* If you have someone at home who would be willing to partner up with you - try to create a sequence that involves more than one person.  

 

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