PE : SOW

Core PE SOW

Subject – PETerm 1Term 2Term 3
Y7Term 1Term 2Term 3
ClassDVA/TLA – Introductory Activities – 4 weeks – Baseline Assessment

All students to complete a carousel of activities. Specific curriculum themes in Invasion Games, Net/Wall games, Accurate Replication, Perfoming at Maximum Levels will be completed to a basic level in order to bridge the gap between KS2 & KS3 Physical Education curriculum. Students will be exposed to the fundamentals of each curriculum theme.

DVA/TLA – Main Themes and Focus

Accurate Replication – Can you demonstarte good technique through accurate replication?
Accurate Replication consists of a number of key themes. These include;
– Gymnastics, Trampolining,  Dance, Yoga, Cheer Leading

All themes within Accurate Replication consist of underlying skills that can be transferred from one key them to another. Key skills in which will be focussed upon are;
– safety principles, straight jumps, landings, basic balances, basic shapes, travel, control & fluency, twists, completion of mini routines

Invasion Games – How can you outwit your opponent? What are the 3 stages of a warm up?
Invasion Games consists of a number of key themes. These include;
– Football, Rugby / Tag Rugby, Netball, Basketball, Handball / Matball

All themes within Invasion Games consist of underlying skills that can be transferred from one key them to another. Key skills in which will be focussed upon are;
– Importance of warming up & cooling down, Rules and regulations, Basic ball control, Basic passing, Spacial awareness, Dribbling & running with the ball, Introduction to basic tactics, attack & defend, Scoring Systems, Teamwork, Basic leadership skills


Net Wall Games –  What skills are needed to be successful within Net/Wall games?
Net Wall Games consists of a number of key themes. These include;
– Badminton, Table Tennis, Volleyball

All themes within Net Wall consist of underlying skills that can be transferred from one key them to another. Key skills in which will be focussed upon are;
– Importance of warm up & cool down, Rules and regulations, Hand-eye coordination, Hand grip, Basic strkes – Forehand, Service technique, Clean contact, Return of service, Introduction of rally, Introduction of backhand
 DVA/TLA- Main Themes and Focus

Accurate Replication – Can you demonstarte good technique through accurate replication?
Accurate Replication consists of a number of key themes. These include;
– Gymnastics, Trampolining, Dance, Yoga, Cheer Leading

All themes within Accurate Replication consist of underlying skills that can be transferred from one key them to another. Key skills in which will be focussed upon are;
– safety principles, straight jumps, landings, basic balances, basic shapes, travel, control & fluency, twists

Invasion Games
Invasion Games consists of a number of key themes. These include;
– Football, Rugby / Tag Rugby, Netball, Basketball, Handball / Matball

All themes within Invasion Games consist of underlying skills that can be transferred from one key them to another. Key skills in which will be focussed upon are;
– Importance of warming up & cooling down, Rules and regulations, Basic ball control, Basic passing, Spacial awareness, Dribbling & running with the ball, Introduction to basic tactics, attack & defend, Scoring Systems, Teamwork, Basic leadership skills

Net Wall Games
Net Wall Games consists of a number of key themes. These include;
– Badminton, Table Tennis, Volleyball

All themes within Net Wall consist of underlying skills that can be transferred from one key them to another. Key skills in which will be focussed upon are;
– Importance of warm up & cool down, Rules and regulations, Hand-eye coordination, Hand grip, Basic strkes – Forehand, Service technique, Clean contact, Return of service, Introduction of rally, Introduction of backhand
DVA/TLA -Themes and Focus

Performing at Maximum Levels
Performing at Maximum Levels consists of a number of key themes. These include;
– Athletics
– Health Related Fitness
– Circuits
– Fitness Testing
– Aerobics
– HIIT

All themes within Perfroming at Maximum Levels consist of underlying skills that can be transferred from one key them to another. Key skills in which will be focussed upon are;
– Importance of warming up and cooling down.
– Definition of fitness and health
– Importance of maintaining a healthy lifestyle
– Circuit training & Key components
– Fitness Testing
– Track events – Sprints & middle distance
– Introduction of timing
– Starting techniques
– Field Events, Throwing & jumping
– Health & Safety
– Basic Technique
– Introduction of measuring

Striking and Fielding
Striking & fielding consists of a number of key themes. These include;
– Rounders
– Cricket
– Softball

All themes within Striking & Fielding consist of underlying skills that can be transferred from one key them to another. Key skills in which will be focussed upon are;
– Hand-eye coordination
– Contact with the ball
– Basic hitting techniques
– Throwing & catching – various distances
– Basic fielding techniques
– Bowling techniques
– Backstop & wicket keeping play
– Base play
– Rules & regulations
– Basic Tactics
– Key perfoming positions
EnrichmentDVA Enrichment Carousel
Rugby, Boys & Girls Football, Alternative Games, Trampolining, Netball, Gym & Dance, Badminton

Residential/Trips
– Old Trafford Fixture. UEFA Cup, Manchester Utd.

Inter-schools competitions
– Delta Games – Sheffield EIS
– Football Fixtures Doncaster Schools
– South Yorkshire Cup, Early Rounds
– ESFA Cup, Early Rounds
– Doncaster Cup, Early Rounds
– 5 a side tournament at RASA
– Netball Fixtures
– Badminton Fixtures & Tournament at RASA
– Gym & Dance Shows
DVA Enrichment Carousel
Rugby, Boys & Girls Football, Alternative Games, Trampolining, Netball, Gym & Dance, Badminton

Inter-schools competitions
– Delta Games – Sheffield EIS
– Football Fixtures Doncaster Schools
– South Yorkshire Cup, Later rounds if progrgessed
– ESFA Cup, later rounds if progressed
– Doncaster Cup, later rounds if progressed
– 5 a side tournament finals
– Netball Fixtures
– Gym & Dance Shows
DVA Enrichment Carousel
Athletics, Rounders, Alternative Games, Trampolining, Netball, Gym & Dance, Badminton

Residential/Trips
– Wimbledon Tennis Residential.
– One Nights stay in London with a Wimbledon Tennis experience

Inter-schools competitions
– Doncaster Athletics Championshps – Keepmoat Stadium.
– Rounders Tournament (Academy TBC)
AssessmentDVA/TLA – Baseline Assessment – Week 1,2,3,4
DVA/TLA – Departmental Main Body Assessement – Week 7/8 & 14
DVA/TLA – Departmental Main Body AssessementDVA/TLA -Departmental assessment Week 38 if on striking & Fielding
DVA/TLA -Assessment most lessons/weeks if on Athletics activities.
Enhanced Piece of workDV//TLA – Sport Education – Invasion Games
Introduction of Sport Education.
– All learners to focus on key developmental skills within Sport Education. These include;
– Group Collaboration
– Independence
– Leadership
– Teamwork
– Responsibility
DVA/TLA – Sport Education – Invasion Games
– Continuation of Sport Education in the final X2 weeks of the spring term.
– Students now take on different roles as they previously completed in Sport Education in term 1.
DVA/TLA – Sport Education – Athletics – Mini Olympics
– Continuation of Sport Education in the final X2 weeks of the summer term.
– Students now take on different roles as they previously completed in Sport Education in term 1 & 2.
– This is in the form of a mini-olympics
Y8Term1Term 2Term 3
ClassMain Themes and Focus

All themes within this class year remain the same however, will be revisitied and completed in greater depth.

Accurate Replication – Can you demonstarte good technique through accurate replication?
Accurate Replication consists of a number of key themes. These include;
– Gymnastics, Trampolining,  Dance, Yoga, Cheer Leading

All themes within Accurate Replication are revisited. Skills are progressed and enhanced in difficulty. Linking of key skills is imperitive at this stage. Key skills include;
– revisit safety principles, More advanced and complexed jumps 
– Introduction to advanced landings (Back, Front landings, Somersaults, More advanced balances (1 point), Advanced and complexed shapes, Travel over distance, Increased control & fluency, Importance of tension, Importance of linking skills fluently, Advanced twists, Introduction of sequences and performances, competition routines (5-7- bounce), Introduction of Performance Analysis

Invasion Games
Invasion Games consists of a number of key themes. These include;
– Football, Rugby / Tag Rugby, Netball, Basketball, Handball / Matball

All themes within Invasion Games are revisited. Skills are progressed and enhanced in difficulty. Linking of key skills and increased tactical awareness are imperitive at this stage. Key skills include;
– Independent leadership of warming up & cooling down, Advanced Rules and regulations, Increased ball control, Use of non-dominant foot, Introduction of aereal control, Increased passing range, Passing on the move, Receivinig on the move
– Tackling safely – Parachute drop, Ball offload, Shooting techniques, Increased spacial awareness, Increased correct decision making, Dribbling & running with the ball, close control, Tactical awareness – formations, advanteges &  disadvanteges, Teamwork – Selection of teams, positions and roles, Increased leadership and independence skills, Introduction of assess of peers, skill and performance.

Net Wall Games
Net Wall Games consists of a number of key themes. These include;
– Badminton, Table Tennis, Volleyball

All themes within Invasion Games are revisited. Skills are progressed and enhanced in difficulty. Linking of key skills and increased tactical awareness are imperitive at this stage. Key skills include;
– Independent leadership of warm up & cool down
Advanced rules and regulations, Increased consistency in strkes – Forehand/backhand, Introduction of overhead clear, Drop Shot, Spike,  Set, Service technique is effective, Increased control and fluency in performance, Success in return of service, Maintaining competitive rally, Use of backhand in a rally, Increased competitive scenarios – Ladder competiton, Scoring system mastered
Main Themes and Focus

All themes within this class year remain the same however, will be revisitied and completed in greater depth.

Accurate Replication
Accurate Replication consists of a number of key themes. These include;
– Gymnastics, Trampolining,  Dance, Yoga, Cheer Leading

All themes within Accurate Replication are revisited. Skills are progressed and enhanced in difficulty. Linking of key skills is imperitive at this stage. Key skills include;
– revisit safety principles, More advanced and complexed jumps 
– Introduction to advanced landings (Back, Front landings, Somersaults, More advanced balances (1 point), Advanced and complexed shapes, Travel over distance, Increased control & fluency, Importance of tension, Importance of linking skills fluently, Advanced twists, Introduction of sequences and performances, competition routines (5-7- bounce), Introduction of Performance Analysis

Invasion Games
Invasion Games consists of a number of key themes. These include;
– Football, Rugby / Tag Rugby, Netball, Basketball, Handball / Matball

All themes within Invasion Games are revisited. Skills are progressed and enhanced in difficulty. Linking of key skills and increased tactical awareness are imperitive at this stage. Key skills include;
– Independent leadership of warming up & cooling down, Advanced Rules and regulations, Increased ball control, Use of non-dominant foot, Introduction of aereal control, Increased passing range, Passing on the move, Receivinig on the move, Tackling safely – Parachute drop, Ball offload, Shooting techniques, Increased spacial awareness, Increased correct decision making, Dribbling & running with the ball, close control, Tactical awareness – formations, advanteges &  disadvanteges, Teamwork – Selection of teams, positions and roles, Increased leadership and independence skills, Introduction of assess of peers, skill and performance

Net Wall Games
Net Wall Games consists of a number of key themes. These include;
– Badminton, Table Tennis, Volleyball

All themes within Invasion Games are revisited. Skills are progressed and enhanced in difficulty. Linking of key skills and increased tactical awareness are imperitive at this stage. Key skills include;
– Independent leadership of warm up & cool down
Advanced rules and regulations, Increased consistency in strkes – Forehand/backhand, Introduction of overhead clear, Drop Shot, Spike,  Set, Service technique is effective, Increased control and fluency in performance, Success in return of service, Maintaining competitive rally, Use of backhand in a rally, Increased competitive scenarios – Ladder competiton, Scoring system mastered
Performing at Maximum Levels
Performing at Maximum Levels consists of a number of key themes. These include;
– Athletics, Health Related Fitness, Circuits, Fitness Testing, Aerobics, HIIT

All themes within Performing at Maximal Levels are revisited. Skills are progressed and enhanced in difficulty. Linking of key skills is imperitive at this stage. Key skills include;
– Independent leadership in warming up and cooling down.
– Benefits of fitness and health
– How we can maintaining a healthy lifestyle
– Plan circuit independently
– Interval Training
– Continuous Training
– Advanced fitness testing – strength, power
– Track events – Sprints & middle distance
– Even paced running (sustainibility)
– Sprint transition
– Field event trajectories
– Increased knowledge in timing accuracy (split times)
– Increased technical knowledge of field events
– More advanced technique in completion of skills
– Independent use of measuring apparatus

Striking and Fielding
Striking & fielding consists of a number of key themes. These include;
– Rounders, Cricket, Softball

All themes within Striking & Firlding are revisited. Skills are progressed and enhanced in difficulty. Linking of key skills is imperitive at this stage. Key skills include;
– Increased Hand-eye coordination
– Consistency in making contact with the ball
– Hitting techniques – Drive, cover, forehand, backhand, open/closed shots.
– Accuracy in throwing
– Increased technique in catching from various distances
– Advanced fielding techniques – pick up, short barrier
– Advanced bowling techniques – donkey drop, pitch, pace
– Base play and tactics – double play
– Advanced rules & regulations
– Advanced tactics – phases of play (backup)
– Importance of fielding positions – deep field, base play
– Scoring & Umpiring responsibilities
EnrichmentDVA Enrichment Carousel
Rugby, Boys & Girls Football, Alternative Games, Trampolining, Netball, Gym & Dance, Badminton

Residential/Trips
– Old Trafford Fixture. UEFA Cup, Manchester Utd.

Inter-schools competitions
– Delta Games – Sheffield EIS
– Football Fixtures Doncaster Schools
– South Yorkshire Cup, Early Rounds
– ESFA Cup, Early Rounds
– Doncaster Cup, Early Rounds
– 5 a side tournament at RASA
– Netball Fixtures
– Badminton Fixtures & Tournament at RASA
– Gym & Dance Shows
DVA Enrichment Carousel
Rugby, Boys & Girls Football, Alternative Games, Trampolining, Netball, Gym & Dance, Badminton

Inter-schools competitions
– Delta Games – Sheffield EIS
– Football Fixtures Doncaster Schools
– South Yorkshire Cup, Later rounds if progrgessed
– ESFA Cup, later rounds if progressed
– Doncaster Cup, later rounds if progressed
– 5 a side tournament finals
– Netball Fixtures
– Gym & Dance Shows
DVA Enrichment Carousel
Athletics, Rounders, Alternative Games, Trampolining, Netball, Gym & Dance, Badminton

Residential/Trips
– Wimbledon Tennis Residential.
– One Nights stay in London with a Wimbledon Tennis experience

Inter-schools competitions
– Doncaster Athletics Championshps – Keepmoat Stadium.
– Rounders Tournament (Academy TBC)
AssessmentDepartmental Assessemnt – Week 7/8 & 14 Departmental Main Body Assessement –Departmental assessment Week 38 if on striking & Fielding
Assessment most lessons/weeks if on Athletics activities
Enhanced Piece of workSport Education – Invasion Games
Introduction of Sport Education.
– All learners to focus on key developmental skills within Sport Education. These include;
– Group Collaboration
– Independence
– Leadership
– Teamwork
– Responsibility
– Teamwork
Sport Education – Invasion Games
– Continuation of Sport Education in the final X2 weeks of the spring term.
– Students now take on different roles as they previously completed in Sport Education in term 1.
Sport Education – Athletics – Mini Olympics
– Continuation of Sport Education in the final X2 weeks of the summer term.
– Students now take on different roles as they previously completed in Sport Education in term 1 & 2.
– This is in the form of a mini-olympics
Y9Term1Term 2                                      Term 3
ClassMain Themes and Focus

All themes within this class year remain the same however, will be revisitied and completed in further greater depth.

Accurate Replication
Accurate Replication consists of a number of key themes. These include;
– Gymnastics, Trampolining, Dance, Yoga, Cheer Leading

All themes within Accurate Replication are revisited. Skills are progressed and enhanced in difficulty. Linking of key skills is imperitive at this stage. Key skills include;
– revisit safety principles, Linking advanced and complexed jumps precisely, Advanced skills, cradle, turntable, double twist., linking advanced landings (Back, Front landings), Include somersaults (tucked/piked) within routine, Linking advanced balances with travel, Linking advanced and complexed shapes with travel, Travel using advanced isolated skills (leap, twist, dive roll), Further icreased control & fluency, Increased tension and extension, Aesthetic fluidity in perfromance., Advanced twists linking in performances, Advanced and extended sequences and performances, Competition routines (8-10- bounce), Confidenct Performance Analysis

Invasion Games
Invasion Games consists of a number of key themes. These include;
– Football, Rugby / Tag Rugby, Netball, Basketball, Handball / Matball

All themes within Invasion Games are revisited. Skills are progressed and enhanced in difficulty. Linking of key skills and further increased tactical awareness are imperitive at this stage. Key skills include;
– Independent leadership of drill participation, Advanced Rules and regulations (offside), Ball control from various pace and height (chest, thigh), Increase use of non-dominant foot, Accuracy in drive & Lofted pass, Passing and control on the move, Sound spacial awareness, Sound decision making, Shooting and attack play, 2V2, 3V2 & small games, Use of tactics to succeed (strategy), Attacking & defensive strategies – Outwit opponents, Teamwork – Increased leadership and independence skills, Evaluation of peers, skill and performance, Positional play (striker, midfielder, defender)

Net Wall Games
Net Wall Games consists of a number of key themes. These include;
– Badminton, Table Tennis, Volleyball

All themes within Invasion Games are revisited. Skills are progressed and enhanced in difficulty. Linking of key skills and increased tactical awareness are imperitive at this stage. Key skills include;
– Independent leadership of drilled isolated practices, Advanced rules and regulations (doubles, singles), Increased consistency in strkes – Forehand/backhand, Footwork and court movement, Shot spin (top, back, side), Incorporate drop, clear, smash into games, Combinations of shots utilised, shot selection – decision making is correct, Increased fluency/accuracy with drop Shot, Increased accuracy with spike, Increased accuracy with set, Service technique is varied (long, short,), Accuracy on service, Increased control and fluency in performance under pressure, Success in return of service under pressure, Maintaining competitive rally (game scenarios), Use of backhand successfully in a rally, Increased competitive scenarios – tournament, Scoring system mastered (singles and doubles)
Main Themes and Focus

All themes within this class year remain the same however, will be revisitied and completed in further greater depth.

Accurate Replication
Accurate Replication consists of a number of key themes. These include;
– Gymnastics, Trampolining, Dance, Yoga, Cheer Leading

All themes within Accurate Replication are revisited. Skills are progressed and enhanced in difficulty. Linking of key skills is imperitive at this stage. Key skills include;
– revisit safety principles, Linking advanced and complexed jumps precisely, Advanced skills, cradle, turntable, double twist., linking advanced landings (Back, Front landings), Include somersaults (tucked/piked) within routine, Linking advanced balances with travel, Linking advanced and complexed shapes with travel, Travel using advanced isolated skills (leap, twist, dive roll), Further icreased control & fluency, Increased tension and extension, Aesthetic fluidity in perfromance., Advanced twists linking in performances, Advanced and extended sequences and performances, Competition routines (8-10- bounce), Confidenct Performance Analysis

Invasion Games
Invasion Games consists of a number of key themes. These include;
– Football, Rugby / Tag Rugby, Netball, Basketball, Handball / Matball

All themes within Invasion Games are revisited. Skills are progressed and enhanced in difficulty. Linking of key skills and further increased tactical awareness are imperitive at this stage. Key skills include;
– Independent leadership of drill participation, Advanced Rules and regulations (offside), Ball control from various pace and height (chest, thigh), Increase use of non-dominant foot, Accuracy in drive & Lofted pass, Passing and control on the move, Sound spacial awareness, Sound decision making, Shooting and attack play, 2V2, 3V2 & small games, Use of tactics to succeed (strategy), Attacking & defensive strategies – Outwit opponents, Teamwork – Increased leadership and independence skills, Evaluation of peers, skill and performance, Positional play (striker, midfielder, defender)

Net Wall Games
Net Wall Games consists of a number of key themes. These include;
– Badminton, Table Tennis, Volleyball

All themes within Invasion Games are revisited. Skills are progressed and enhanced in difficulty. Linking of key skills and increased tactical awareness are imperitive at this stage. Key skills include;
– Independent leadership of drilled isolated practices, Advanced rules and regulations (doubles, singles), Increased consistency in strkes – Forehand/backhand, Footwork and court movement, Shot spin (top, back, side), Incorporate drop, clear, smash into games, Combinations of shots utilised, shot selection – decision making is correct, Increased fluency/accuracy with drop Shot, Increased accuracy with spike, Increased accuracy with set, Service technique is varied (long, short,), Accuracy on service, Increased control and fluency in performance under pressure, Success in return of service under pressure, Maintaining competitive rally (game scenarios), Use of backhand successfully in a rally, Increased competitive scenarios – tournament, Scoring system mastered (singles and doubles)
Performing at Maximum Levels
Performing at Maximum Levels consists of a number of key themes. These include;
– Athletics, Health Related Fitness, Circuits, Fitness Testing, Aerobics, HIIT, Zumba

All themes within Performing at Maximal Levels are revisited. Skills are progressed and enhanced in difficulty. Linking of key skills is imperitive at this stage. Key skills include;
– Independent leadership in devising fitness training programmes.
– Plan circuit independently
– Plan Interval Training sessions independently
– Plan continuous Training sessions independently.
– Revisit fitness testing – compare with previous years.
– Track events – Sprints & middle distance
– Even paced running (sustainibility)
– Sprint transition and sustainibility of pace
– Field event trajectories revisitied.
– Linking types of skill related fitness to performance (power, coordination, agility, reaction time, balance, speed)
– Advanced techniques (swivel and release)
– Increased knowledge in timing accuracy (split times)
– Increased technical knowledge of field events – mechanics of technique.
– continued independence in measuring.

Striking and Fielding
Striking & fielding consists of a number of key themes. These include;
– Rounders, Cricket, Softball

All themes within Striking & Firlding are revisited. Skills are progressed and enhanced in difficulty. Linking of key skills is imperitive at this stage. Key skills include;
– Further Increased Hand-eye coordination
– Increased consistency in making contact with the ball
– Increased success in hitting techniques – Drive, cover, forehand, backhand, open/closed shots.
– correct shot selection for scenario
– Increased accuracy in throwing.
– Increased technique in catching from various paces, directions, heights.
– Advanced fielding techniques – pick up, short barrier
– Advanced bowling techniques – donkey drop, pitch, pace
– Base play and tactics revisited
– Further Advanced rules & regulations
– Advanced tactics – phases of play (backup)
– Importance of fielding positions – deep field, base play
– Independent umpire game scenarios with success.
EnrichmentDVA Enrichment Carousel
Rugby, Boys & Girls Football, Alternative Games, Trampolining, Netball, Gym & Dance, Badminton

Residential/Trips
– Old Trafford Fixture. UEFA Cup, Manchester Utd.

Inter-schools competitions
– Delta Games – Sheffield EIS
– Football Fixtures Doncaster Schools
– South Yorkshire Cup, Early Rounds
– ESFA Cup, Early Rounds
– Doncaster Cup, Early Rounds
– 5 a side tournament at RASA
– Netball Fixtures
– Badminton Fixtures & Tournament at RASA
– Gym & Dance Shows
DVA Enrichment Carousel
Rugby, Boys & Girls Football, Alternative Games, Trampolining, Netball, Gym & Dance, Badminton

Inter-schools competitions
– Delta Games – Sheffield EIS
– Football Fixtures Doncaster Schools
– South Yorkshire Cup, Later rounds if progrgessed
– ESFA Cup, later rounds if progressed
– Doncaster Cup, later rounds if progressed
– 5 a side tournament finals
– Netball Fixtures
– Gym & Dance Shows
DVA Enrichment Carousel
Athletics, Rounders, Alternative Games, Trampolining, Netball, Gym & Dance, Badminton

Residential/Trips
– Wimbledon Tennis Residential.
– One Nights stay in London with a Wimbledon Tennis experience

Inter-schools competitions
– Doncaster Athletics Championshps – Keepmoat Stadium.
– Rounders Tournament (Academy TBC)
AssessmentDepartmental Assessemnt – Week 7/8 & 14Departmental Main Body Assessement –Departmental assessment Week 38 if on striking & Fielding
Assessment most lessons/weeks if on Athletics activities
Ongoing coursework assessment
Enhanced Piece of workSport Education – Invasion Games
Introduction of Sport Education.
– All learners to focus on key developmental skills within Sport Education. These include;
– Group Collaboration
– Independence
– Leadership
– Teamwork
– Responsibility
– Teamwork
Sport Education – Invasion Games
– Continuation of Sport Education in the final X2 weeks of the spring term.
– Students now take on different roles as they previously completed in Sport Education in term 1.
Sport Education – Athletics – Mini Olympics
– Continuation of Sport Education in the final X2 weeks of the summer term.
– Students now take on different roles as they previously completed in Sport Education in term 1 & 2.
– This is in the form of a mini-olympics
Y10Term1 Term 2Term 3
ClassStudents continue to develop technical attributes as previously delivered. This is done through a more personalised approach where students are able to focus on areas of weakness within different activities.

Incorporation of more competition based sessions are implemented to allow students opportunities to use technical attributes within the correct context of game situations or performance.

Tactical awareness and developmet is delivered further within this stage to allow students to further enhance knowledge and understanding of the different activities and to promote success.

Students are also given opportunities to discover what activities they enjoy and may wish to pursue throughout school and beyond.

CORE PE
Accurate Replication
Gymnastics
Trampolining
Dance
Aerobics / Step
Yoga
Cheer Leading

Invasion
Football
Rugby / Tag Rugby
Netball
Basketball
Handball / Matball

Net Wall
Badminton/ Table Tennis/Volleyball
Performing at Maximum
Athletics
Health Related Fitness
– Circuits/  Fitness Testing/ Aerobics/ HIIT/ Zumba
Students continue to develop technical attributes as previously delivered. This is done through a more personalised approach where students are able to focus on areas of weakness within different activities.

Incorporation of more competition based sessions are implemented to allow students opportunities to use technical attributes within the correct context of game situations or performance.

Tactical awareness and developmet is delivered further within this stage to allow students to further enhance knowledge and understanding of the different activities and to promote success.

Students are also given opportunities to discover what activities they enjoy and may wish to pursue throughout school and beyond.

CORE PE
Accurate Replication
Gymnastics
Trampolining
Dance
Aerobics / Step
Yoga
Cheer Leading

Invasion
Football
Rugby / Tag Rugby
Netball
Basketball
Handball / Matball

Net Wall
Badminton/ Table Tennis/Volleyball
Performing at Maximum
Athletics
Health Related Fitness
– Circuits/  Fitness Testing/ Aerobics/ HIIT/ Zumba
Students continue to develop technical attributes as previously delivered. This is done through a more personalised approach where students are able to focus on areas of weakness within different activities.

Incorporation of more competition based sessions are implemented to allow students opportunities to use technical attributes within the correct context of game situations or performance.

Tactical awareness and developmet is delivered further within this stage to allow students to further enhance knowledge and understanding of the different activities and to promote success.

Students are also given opportunities to discover what activities they enjoy and may wish to pursue throughout school and beyond.

CORE PE
Performing at Maximum
Athletics
Health Related Fitness
– Circuits
– Fitness Testing
– Aerobics
– HIIT
– Zumba

Striking and Fielding
Rounders
Cricket
Softball
Baseball
EnrichmentDVA Enrichment Carousel
Rugby, Boys & Girls Football, Alternative Games, Trampolining, Netball, Gym & Dance, Badminton

Residential/Trips
– Old Trafford Fixture. UEFA Cup, Manchester Utd.

Inter-schools competitions
– Delta Games – Sheffield EIS
– Football Fixtures Doncaster Schools
– South Yorkshire Cup, Early Rounds
– ESFA Cup, Early Rounds
– Doncaster Cup, Early Rounds
– 5 a side tournament at RASA
– Netball Fixtures
– Badminton Fixtures & Tournament at RASA
– Gym & Dance Shows
DVA Enrichment Carousel
Rugby, Boys & Girls Football, Alternative Games, Trampolining, Netball, Gym & Dance, Badminton

Residential/Trips
– Old Trafford Fixture. UEFA Cup, Manchester Utd.

Inter-schools competitions
– Delta Games – Sheffield EIS
– Football Fixtures Doncaster Schools
– South Yorkshire Cup, Early Rounds
– ESFA Cup, Early Rounds
– Doncaster Cup, Early Rounds
– 5 a side tournament at RASA
– Netball Fixtures
– Badminton Fixtures & Tournament at RASA
– Gym & Dance Shows
DVA Enrichment Carousel
Athletics, Rounders, Alternative Games, Trampolining, Netball, Gym & Dance, Badminton

Residential/Trips
– Wimbledon Tennis Residential.
– One Nights stay in London with a Wimbledon Tennis experience

Inter-schools competitions
– Doncaster Athletics Championshps – Keepmoat Stadium.
– Rounders Tournament (Academy TBC)
Assessment   
Enhanced Piece of workLeading groups to develop competitions and skill based drills within different activities.Leading groups to develop competitions and skill based drills within different activities.Leading groups to develop competitions and skill based drills within different activities.
Y11Term 1Term 2Term 3
ClassStudents continue to develop technical attributes as previously delivered. This is done through a more personalised approach where students are able to focus on areas of weakness within different activities.

Incorporation of more competition based sessions are implemented to allow students opportunities to use technical attributes within the correct context of game situations or performance.

Tactical awareness and developmet is delivered further within this stage to allow students to further enhance knowledge and understanding of the different activities and to promote success.

Students are also given opportunities to discover what activities they enjoy and may wish to pursue throughout school and beyond.

CORE PE
Accurate Replication
Gymnastics
Trampolining
Dance
Aerobics / Step
Yoga
Cheer Leading

Invasion
Football
Rugby / Tag Rugby
Netball
Basketball
Handball / Matball

Net Wall
Badminton/ Table Tennis/Volleyball
Performing at Maximum
Athletics
Health Related Fitness
– Circuits/  Fitness Testing/ Aerobics/ HIIT/ Zumba
Students continue to develop technical attributes as previously delivered. This is done through a more personalised approach where students are able to focus on areas of weakness within different activities.

Incorporation of more competition based sessions are implemented to allow students opportunities to use technical attributes within the correct context of game situations or performance.

Tactical awareness and developmet is delivered further within this stage to allow students to further enhance knowledge and understanding of the different activities and to promote success.

Students are also given opportunities to discover what activities they enjoy and may wish to pursue throughout school and beyond.

CORE PE
Accurate Replication
Gymnastics
Trampolining
Dance
Aerobics / Step
Yoga
Cheer Leading

Invasion
Football
Rugby / Tag Rugby
Netball
Basketball
Handball / Matball

Net Wall
Badminton/ Table Tennis/Volleyball
Performing at Maximum
Athletics
Health Related Fitness
– Circuits/  Fitness Testing/ Aerobics/ HIIT/ Zumba
Students continue to develop technical attributes as previously delivered. This is done through a more personalised approach where students are able to focus on areas of weakness within different activities.

Incorporation of more competition based sessions are implemented to allow students opportunities to use technical attributes within the correct context of game situations or performance.

Tactical awareness and developmet is delivered further within this stage to allow students to further enhance knowledge and understanding of the different activities and to promote success.

Students are also given opportunities to discover what activities they enjoy and may wish to pursue throughout school and beyond.

CORE PE
Performing at Maximum
Athletics
Health Related Fitness
– Circuits
– Fitness Testing
– Aerobics
– HIIT
– Zumba

Striking and Fielding
Rounders
Cricket
Softball
Baseball
EnrichmentRugby, Boys & Girls Football, Alternative Games, Trampolining, Netball, Gym & Dance , BTEC SPORT Revision

Football Fixtures
Netball Fixtures
Badminton Fixtures
Gym & Dance Shows
Rugby, Boys & Girls Football, Alternative Games, Trampolining, Netball, Gym & Dance , BTEC SPORT Revision

Football Fixtures
Netball Fixtures
Badminton Fixtures
Gym & Dance Shows
DVA Enrichment Carousel
Athletics, Rounders, Alternative Games, Trampolining, Netball, Gym & Dance, Badminton
Assessment   
Enhanced Piece of workLeading groups to develop competitions and skill based drills within different activities.Leading groups to develop competitions and skill based drills within different activities. 

SPORT

Y10Term 1Term 2Term 3
ClassY10 BTEC SPORT FIRST AWARD

Plan is for BTEC SPORT is adaptable and moving forward may change to aid student progress.

Examination content – students will work through topics and gain knowledge and understanding on:

What are the Components of Fitness
– Physical – aerobic endurance, muscular endurance, flexibility, speed, muscular strength, body composition
– Skill – agility, balance, coordination, popwer, raection time

Exercise Intensity
intensity, target zones and training thresholds, calculate HR max and 65 – 85%. Understand teh Borg scale and RPE, relationship between RPE and HR, application of FITT principles.

What are the Principles of Training
– FITT – Frequency, intensity , time , type
– Additional principles – progressive overload, specificity, individual differences, adaptation, reversibility, variation, rest and recovery, application to training methods.

Different Training Methods
– Description, protocol, advantages / disadvantages, use of equipment, using correct technique, requirements for undertaking the fitness training method, application of the basic principles of training, linking fitness training methods.

How to Interpret Fitness Results
– Fitness Testing – flexibility training, strength, muscular endurance, power testing, aerobic endurance training, speed training, discover pre test procedures, purpose of testing, accurate recording of results, reliability and validity of testing,

How to Interpret data / results
compare to normative data, compare against peers, conclusions from date, analyse and evaluate test results, suggest and justify reccomendations for improvements, suggest appropriate training methods that can be used for purpose, situation, participant.

Practical
– When space is available and when coursework is up to date.
Y10 BTEC SPORT FIRST AWARD
Examination content delivered includes:

Examination content – students will work through topics and gain knowledge and understanding on:

What are the Components of Fitness
– Physical – aerobic endurance, muscular endurance, flexibility, speed, muscular strength, body composition
– Skill – agility, balance, coordination, popwer, raection time

Exercise Intensity
intensity, target zones and training thresholds, calculate HR max and 65 – 85%. Understand teh Borg scale and RPE, relationship between RPE and HR, application of FITT principles.

What are the Principles of Training
– FITT – Frequency, intensity , time , type
– Additional principles – progressive overload, specificity, individual differences, adaptation, reversibility, variation, rest and recovery, application to training methods.

Different Training Methods
– Description, protocol, advantages / disadvantages, use of equipment, using correct technique, requirements for undertaking the fitness training method, application of the basic principles of training, linking fitness training methods.

How to Interpret Fitness Results
– Fitness Testing – flexibility training, strength, muscular endurance, power testing, aerobic endurance training, speed training, discover pre test procedures, purpose of testing, accurate recording of results, reliability and validity of testing,

How to Interpret data / results
compare to normative data, compare against peers, conclusions from date, analyse and evaluate test results, suggest and justify reccomendations for improvements, suggest appropriate training methods that can be used for purpose, situation, participant.

UNIT 3: Applying the principles of training

A  design a personal fitness training programme
Personal goals, – smarter targets, aims of training program, objectives to be achieved, lifestyle and physical activity history, medical questionnaire, attitudes and motivation for training, start and design program using personal information, choose amnd research appropriate training methods and activities, apply principles of training,

B  know about the musculoskeletal system and cardiorespiratory system and the effects on the body during fitness training
locate major muscles in thebody, locate major bones in the body, structure and function of synovial joints, short term effects of training on the musculo-skeletal system, structure of the cardiovascular system, structure of respiratory system, short term effects of fitness training on the cardiorespiratory system.

C  implement a self-designed personal fitness training programme to achieve own goals and objectives
Can you safely implement a personal fitness training program?
use appropriate training methods, wear correct training gear, safe use of equipment, record details of training sessions, complete training diary after each session, measures for success

D review a personal fitness training programme.
review training program, short term physiological effects, improvementys from the program, review each session, offer evidence of modyfying programme to achieve personal goals, offer clear strengths using refernces to measures of success, show areas fro improvement, reccomend future training options, including personal needs, training methods, use of psychological training to improve performance.
Y10 BTEC SPORT FIRST AWARD

Examination resit revision. – will previous content delivered – may be adaptable and moved into y11.

UNIT 3: Applying the principles of training

A  design a personal fitness training programme
Personal goals, – smarter targets, aims of training program, objectives to be achieved, lifestyle and physical activity history, medical questionnaire, attitudes and motivation for training, start and design program using personal information, choose amnd research appropriate training methods and activities, apply principles of training,

B  know about the musculoskeletal system and cardiorespiratory system and the effects on the body during fitness training
locate major muscles in thebody, locate major bones in the body, structure and function of synovial joints, short term effects of training on the musculo-skeletal system, structure of the cardiovascular system, structure of respiratory system, short term effects of fitness training on the cardiorespiratory system.

C  implement a self-designed personal fitness training programme to achieve own goals and objectives
Can you safely implement a personal fitness training program?
use appropriate training methods, wear correct training gear, safe use of equipment, record details of training sessions, complete training diary after each session, measures for success

D review a personal fitness training programme.
review training program, short term physiological effects, improvementys from the program, review each session, offer evidence of modyfying programme to achieve personal goals, offer clear strengths using refernces to measures of success, show areas fro improvement, reccomend future training options, including personal needs, training methods, use of psychological training to improve performance.

Complete outstanding coursework
Unit 2 – Practical Performance in Sport
Unit 6 –  Leading Sports Activities
EnrichmentRugby, Boys & Girls Football, Alternative Games, Trampolining, Netball, Gym & Dance

 BTEC SPORT Revision & catch up

Football Fixtures including 5 a side tournaments
Netball Fixtures
Badminton Fixtures
Gym & Dance Shows
Rugby, Boys & Girls Football, Alternative Games, Trampolining, Netball, Gym & Dance

BTEC Sport Revision and catch up

Football Fixtures including 5 a side tournaments
Netball Fixtures
Badminton Fixtures
Gym & Dance Shows
Rugby, Boys & Girls Football, Alternative Games, Trampolining, Netball, Gym & Dance

Football Fixtures including 5 a side tournaments
Netball Fixtures
Badminton Fixtures
Gym & Dance Shows
AssessmentBTEC SPORT mock exam (could be moved into term 2)

PN assessment of work, Demonstrate and connect when applicable
Examination first attempt  BTEC SPORT – Mid February
Ongoing coursework assessment

PN assessment of work, Demonstrate and connect when applicable
Examination Resit if required – adaptable (maybe moved into year 11)

Ongoing coursework assessment

Assessment most lessons/weeks if on Athletics activities
Enhanced Piece of work Design a personal fitness program over a duration of 6 weeks
Review and evaluate personal fitness program
 
Y11Term 1Term 2Term 3
ClassY11 OCR SPORT
Order of OCR SPort plan may need to be adapted across each term to aid student progress.
Reducing the risk of injury RO41 exam content
– Understand factors that influence the risk of injury
extrinsic factors which can influence the risk of injury including – type of activity, coaching and supervision, environmental factors, equipment, safety hazards.  Intrinsic factors which can influence the risk of injury include – physical preperation, individual variables, psycholgiacal factors, posture and causes of poor posture, sports injuries related to poor posture.
 – Understand how appropriate warfm up / cool down routines can help reduce the risk of injury
Physical benefits of a warm up, psychological benefits of a warm up, key components of a warm up, physical benefits of a cool down, key components of a cool down, specific needs which a warm up and cool down must consider
– Know how to respond to injuries in a sporting context
acute and chronic injuries, types causes and treatments ofcommon sports injuries, how to respond to injuries and medical conditions in a sporting context, emergency action plans
– Know how to respond to common medical conditions
symptoms of common medical conditions, how to respond to common medical conditions including asthma, epilepsy and diabetes.
Sports nutrition – R045 – Assignment Based
Nutrients needed for healthy balanced diet
characteristics of a balanced diet, what nutrients are, role of nutrients in a healthy balancved diet, food sources of nutrients
Importance of nutrition
importance of nutrition before, during and after exercise, reasons for varying dietary requirements of different activity types, the use of dietary supplements
know about effects of a poor diet on sports performance and participation
definition of malnutrition, effects of overeating on sports performance and participation, effects of undereating on sports performance and participation, effects of dehydration on sports performance and participation
Develop diet plans for performers
how to design a diet plan through research, evaluate teh effectiveness of the diet plan
Y11 OCR SPORT
Practical
– Used when students are up to date / space is available

Examination
– Complete content / Revision

Reducing the risk of injury RO41 exam content

– Understand factors that influence the risk of injury
Extrinsic factors which can influence the risk of injury including – type of activity, coaching and supervision, environmental factors, equipment, safety hazards.  Intrinsic factors which can influence the risk of injury include – physical preperation, individual variables, psycholgiacal factors, posture and causes of poor posture, sports injuries related to poor posture.
 
– Understand how appropriate warfm up / cool down routines can help reduce the risk of injury
Physical benefits of a warm up, psychological benefits of a warm up, key components of a warm up, physical benefits of a cool down, key components of a cool down, specific needs which a warm up and cool down must consider

– Know how to respond to injuries in a sporting context
Acute and chronic injuries, types causes and treatments ofcommon sports injuries, how to respond to injuries and medical conditions in a sporting context, emergency action plans

– Know how to respond to common medical conditions
Symptoms of common medical conditions, how to respond to common medical conditions including asthma, epilepsy and diabetes.

Bodys response to physical activity RO43

Know the key components of the musculo-skeletal and cardio- respiratory systems, their functions and roles
Key components of the musculo skeletal system, key components of the cardirspiratory system and its function, role of musculo skeletal system in producing movement, role of cardio-respiratory system during physical activity.

Understand the importance of the musculo-skeletal and cardio- respiratory systems in health and fitness
Benefits of cardio-respiratory fitness in everyday life, benefits of muscular strength and flexibility, benefits of muscular endurance

Be able to assess the short-term effects of physical activity on the musculo-skeletal and cardio-respiratory systems
Different short term effects of physical activity on the musculo skeletal and cardio-respiratory systems and reasons for these, ways to measure and record the short term effects of physical activity on the musculo-skeletal and cardio-respiratory systems.

Be able to assess the long-term effects of physical activity on the musculo-skeletal and cardio-respiratory systems
Long term effects of physical activity on the musculo-skeletal and cardio-respiratory systems and the reasons for these, Ways to measure and record the long term effects of physical activity on the musculo-skeletal and cardiorespiratory systems

Other unit coursework to complete
Sports nutrition
Applying prionciples of training
Y11 OCR SPORT
Practical
– Used when students are up to date / space is available

Bodys response to physical activity – R043

Know the key components of the musculo-skeletal and cardio- respiratory systems, their functions and roles
Key components of the musculo skeletal system, key components of the cardirspiratory system and its function, role of musculo skeletal system in producing movement, role of cardio-respiratory system during physical activity.

Understand the importance of the musculo-skeletal and cardio- respiratory systems in health and fitness
Benefits of cardio-respiratory fitness in everyday life, benefits of muscular strength and flexibility, benefits of muscular endurance

Be able to assess the short-term effects of physical activity on the musculo-skeletal and cardio-respiratory systems
Different short term effects of physical activity on the musculo skeletal and cardio-respiratory systems and reasons for these, ways to measure and record the short term effects of physical activity on the musculo-skeletal and cardio-respiratory systems.

Be able to assess the long-term effects of physical activity on the musculo-skeletal and cardio-respiratory systems
Long term effects of physical activity on the musculo-skeletal and cardio-respiratory systems and the reasons for these, Ways to measure and record the long term effects of physical activity on the musculo-skeletal and cardiorespiratory systems

complete any other outstanding coursework from:
Applying principles of training unit RO42
EnrichmentRugby, Boys & Girls Football, Alternative Games, Trampolining, Netball, Gym & Dance

OCR  SPORT Revision & catch up
Rugby, Boys & Girls Football, Alternative Games, Trampolining, Netball, Gym & Dance

OCR Sport revision & cvatch up
OCR Sport revision & catch up
AssessmentContinued assessment of coursework including PN and demonstrate andRelated Documents