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1.6 Unit 24: PE and the care of young people - Physical Education in the national curriculum

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Transcript of 1.6 Unit 24: PE and the care of young people - Physical Education in the national curriculum

4.Curriculum Opportunities

Whilst the music plays:
Learning Objectives
Key Stage Implementation
Unit 24 PE and the care of young people -

Physical Education in the National Curriculum

To investigate government initiatives
1.What does PESSCL stand for?
2.Who runs this national strategy ?
Answer the following questions on the government initiative
PESSCL
using the journal provided
Starter activity
3.What is the strategies overall objective ?
4. How many strands are included in the strategy ?
Examine how PE curriculum is implemented during each key stage
Begin to plan assignment
Early years Foundation stage (ages 3-5)
Physical development is the main objective at this stage
Very young children use play to develop physical skills and coordination
These learners also learn how to be creative as well as how to share and cooperate in social groupings
Key Stage Implementation
Key Stages 1 and 2 (ages 5-11)
PE in primary schools aims for pupils to enjoy being active and to learn new skills as a
'foundation for physical literacy '
Define the phrase

'physical literacy'
The motivation, confidence, physical competence, knowledge and understanding to value and take responsibility for maintaining purposeful physical pursuits/activities throughout the lifecourse.

During this children will:
Enjoy being active, showing what they can do
Practice new skills across a range of activities
Learn consistency by repeating their movements and linking their skills until performance is clearer , accurate and controlled
Pace themselves in activity's
Use creativity in performing dances and making up their own games
Know how to improve aspects of the quality of their work
Know why activity is important to their health and well being
Key Stage Implementation
Key Stages 3 and 4 (ages 11-16)
1.Greater Flexibility and Coherence
To give schools greater flexibility to tailor learning to learners needs.
2.Key Concepts & Processes
3.Range and Content
5.Criteria and Specifications
5.Qualifications in PE at Key stage 4
less prescribed content - Curriculum balances subject knowledge with key concepts & processes that underlie the discipline of each subject
Competence
Performance
Creativity
Healthy and active lifestyles
Key processes: Essential skills & processes in PE that pupils learn to make process
Develop skills in PA
Make and apply decisions
Develop physical and mental capacity
Evaluate and improve
Make informed choices about healthy, active lifestyles
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