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Games

In Autumn Term 1 & 2,  we were learning about the following Games skills in PE:

 

Year 3:

  • Understands tactics and composition by starting to vary how they respond.

  • Vary skills, actions and ideas and link these in ways that suit the games activity.

  • Beginning to communicate with others during game situations.

  • Uses skills with co-ordination and control.

  • Develops own rules for new games.  

  • Makes imaginative pathways using equipment.  

  • Works well in a group to develop various games.

  • Beginning to understand how to compete with each other in a controlled manner.

  • Beginning to select resources independently to carry out different skills.

 

Year 4:

  • Vary skills, actions and ideas and link these in ways that suit the games activity.

  • Shows confidence in using ball skills in various ways, and can link these together.  e.g. dribbling, bouncing, kicking

  • Uses skills with co-ordination, control and fluency.

  • Takes part in competitive games with a strong understanding of tactics and composition.

  • Can create their own games using knowledge and skills.

  • Works well in a group to develop various games.

  • Compares and comments on skills to support creation of new games.

  • Can make suggestions as to what resources can be used to differentiate a game. 

  • Apply basic skills for attacking and defending.

  • Uses running, jumping, throwing and catching in isolation and combination.

Dance

In Autumn Term 2, we have learnt the following Dance skills in PE:

 

Year 3:

  • Beginning to improvise independently to create a simple dance.

  • Beginning to improvise with a partner to create a simple dance.

  • Translates ideas from stimuli into movement with support.

  • Beginning to compare and adapt movements and motifs to create a larger sequence.

  • Uses simple dance vocabulary to compare and improve work.

 

Year 4:

  • Confidently improvises with a partner or on their own.

  • Beginning to create longer dance sequences in a larger group.

  • Demonstrating precision and some control in response to stimuli.

  • Beginning to vary dynamics and develop actions and motifs.

  • Demonstrates rhythm and spatial awareness.

  • Modifies parts of a sequence as a result of self-evaluation.

  • Uses simple dance vocabulary to compare and improve work.

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