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Copy of NCPE
Transcript of Copy of NCPE
PE BEFORE THE NC
PE FROM 1992 TO 2000
THE 2007 NCPE
Look at the 2007 NCEP programme and study and the new 2014 programme of study. Can you compare and contrast them in pairs? Be ready to discuss after.
The 2014 NCPE:
More focus towards physical activity and competition
Bigger changes at primary level e.g. swimming and improve transition levels
Some see it as a bit more restrictive
Compare performances with previous attainment
Still have a range of activities in the plan of study but arguably six core activity areas still exsit
TASK 1: Reflect back on your human sized plan of PE. Does the NCPE include everything you have suggested? Is anything missing? What do you feel should be included in the NCPE and why?
To understand what the NC is in general
To develop our knowledge surrounding the history of PE
To know the requirements of the 2007 NCPE and the new 2014 NCPE
To understand the processes involved in designing a school curriculum for PE
WHAT IS THE NATIONAL CURRICULUM?
A product of the 1988 Education Reform Act.
Was thought to create an efficient education system
It comprises of subjects and standards that most schools must follow.
It ensures that all students are given access to similar opportunities in education
Outlines what students should be taught in each subject and the standards they should bet at
As academies and independent schools do not need to follow the NC it is now less of a national policy
Physical Training developed from 18th century country pastime games.
First PT syllabus in 1904 - revised in 1919 and again in 1933
PT Typical Lesson - Introduction: a loosening up exercise, marching in lines or running in a circle. Arms: standing in lines, arms singing sideways and upwards in an infinite variety Head: cross sitting, head turning etc. Balance: horizontal half standing i.e. on one leg, or walking on a bar. Shoulder: handstands, walking at the wall bars, arm flinging. Abdominal: lying, leg raising or big trunk movements Jumps: vaulting Respiration: the final inspiration, often 'heel lifting, breath in: heel sinking, breath out.
PE term not introduced until 1945 - big on gymnastics.
1988 ERA introduced the NC and PE was included as a foundation subject in 1992
1992 NCPE - Introduction of 5 key activity areas: Games, OAA, Gymnastics, Dance, Athletics. Focus on planning, performing and evaluation. Attainment target at the end of KS statement. 4 activity areas had to be covered
1995 NCPE - Swimming was added making 6 activity areas but games was now compulsory. Games had to occupy between 50-70% of PE. Gymnastics or dance also had to be studied. Still 4 activity areas had to be covered. Centered on competition.
2000 NCPE - Consisted of the same activity areas and games had to be completed alongside gym and dance still. But four key strands were introduced.
1. Acquire and develop skills.
2. Select and apply skills, tactics and compositional ideas.
3. Evaluate and improve performance.
4. Knowledge and understanding of health and fitness
Introduction of the level descriptors
Guidelines on general teaching requirements.
Looked at SEN for the first time
TASK 2 Plenary: Summarise the NCPE in a text style format
Develop successful, confident and responsible individuals.
Range and Content
THE 2014 NCPE
These are a ? at the moment but most schools will still be using them so you must be aware of them.
We will look at these more in the next day session.
Brainstorm what makes a level 3 different from a level 7 in pairs
Some schools are now looking at GCSE levels
Individually design your own year plan - what activities would you include and why? What year group? Select about 8 activities.