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P.E. – Year 5

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Dance

(Core task: Making the grade)

Developing skills
  • I can choose appropriate material to create new motifs in a dance style
  • I can perform specific skills and movement patterns and different dance styles with accuracy
Making and applying
  • I can compose, develop and adapt motifs to make dance phrases and use these in longer dances
Physical and metal
  • I can warm up and cool down independently
  • I can use exercises that stretch and tone my body
Evaluate and improve
  • I can use dance terminology to identify different styles of dance
  • I can talk about the relationship between the dance and its accompaniment
  • I can suggest ways to develop my technique and composition

Gymnastics

(Core task: Acrobatic Gymnastics)

Developing skills
  • I can perform combinations of actions that show clear levels, speeds and directions
  • I can perform actions, shapes and balances clearly, consistently and fluently
Making and applying
  • I can repeat a longer sequence with extension, clear body shape and changes in direction
  • I can adapt sequences to include a partner or a small group
Physical and metal
  • I can take more responsibility for my own warm-up
  • I know how muscles work, how to stretch and how to do strengthening exercises
Evaluate and improve
  • I can watch and comment on the quality of movements, shapes and balances
  • I can identify which aspects were performed accurately, fluently and clearly
  • I can suggest improvements to speed, direction and level in composition

Invasion Games

(Core task: calling the shots)

Developing skills
  • I can perform skills with accuracy, confidence and control
  • I know the difference between attacking skills and defending skills
Making and applying
  • I can choose positions in my teams and know how to help attack
  • I can use a variety of tactics to keep the ball
  • I know and find ways to get the ball towards the opponents goal
  • I know how to mark and defend their goal
Physical and metal
  • I can suggest ideas for warming up, explaining my choice
  • I recognise activities that help strength, speed and stamina
Evaluate and improve
  • I can look for specific things in a game and explain if they are being done well

Net/wall

(Core task: On Target)

Developing skills
  • I can hit the ball with purpose, varying the speed, height and direction
  • I can explain what I am trying to do and why it is a good idea
  • I can spot the spaces in my opponent’s court and try to hit the ball towards them
  • I can position myself well on court
Making and applying
  • I can play shots on both sides of the body and above my head
  • I can direct the ball reasonably well towards their opponent’s court
  • I can show good backswing, follow through and feet positioning
Physical and metal
  • I can carry out warm-up activities carefully and thoroughly
  • I can give good explanations of how warm-up activities affect the body
  • I know why warming up is important to help me play better
  • I know the types of exercise I should concentrate on, eg speed and flexibility
Evaluate and improve
  • I know what I am successful at and what I need to practise more
  • I can try things out and ask for help to perform better
  • I can work well with others, adapting my play to suit my own and others’ strengths

Athletics

(Core task: Jump Challenge)

Developing skills
  • I can perform a range of jumps showing power, control and consistency at both take-off and landing
Making and applying
  • I can organise myself in small groups safely, and take turns and different roles
  • I know and understand the basic principles of relay take-overs
  • I can take part well in a relay event
Physical and metal
  • I can perform a range of warm-up activities
  • I can say why some athletics activities can improve strength, power or stamina, and explain how these can help my performance in other types of activity
Evaluate and improve
  • I can watch a partner’s athletic performance and identify the main strengths
  • I can identify parts of the performance that need to be practised and refined, and suggest improvements

Main progression points:

  • Choose own material and perform specific skills and movement patterns accurately
  • Compose, develop and adapt motifs to make longer dances (6-8 movements)
  • Show clear levels, speeds and directions and perform actions consistently
  • Show extension, clear body shape and changes in direction in phrases with partner or small group (6-8 actions)
  • Know the difference between attacking and defending skills
  • Find ways to get ball to opponents goal and mark/defend their own
  • Hit the ball with purpose, varying the speed, height and direction
  • Direct the ball reasonably well towards their opponent’s court
  • Perform range of jumps showing power, control and consistency
  • Organise themselves in small groups safely, and take turns and different roles

Spring 2012 – CN
Summer Term 2012 reviewed – CA
Summer 2014 reviewed – TC

  • "I like using innovative technology to engage and enhance the children's learning experiences and build resilience."  

    Miss Herlingshaw, Year 5
  • "I like working with the upper key stage 2 team to develop the children's thirst for life-long learning in preparation for secondary school and beyond."  

    Mrs Greenmon, Year 5
  • "I like promoting links with and developing the children's awareness of the local area through our ironstone mining topic."  

    Miss Alderson, Year 5
  • "Music is unbelievable! Performing all over the UK, broadcasting on the radio, singing with a 60 piece orchestra are just a touch of what we do at Normanby! Music has helped me grow in confidence."  

    Lily Booth, Year 5
  • "In Year 5, we have lots of opportunitie to participate in exciting sporting activities. I've enhance by biking expertise with 'Bikeability' by learning how to take my hands off the handle bars, signal traffic behind me without falling off and learning how to be more aware of the road around me." 

    Adam Harvey - Year 5
  • "Y5 artwork is phenomenal because we got to use a range of different art materials and study lots of different artists."  

    Konnie, Year 5
  • "Being a new pupil in Normanby is so cool, especially in Year 5 because we have awesome teachers and interesting research topics which make us want to learn even more!"  

    Harry, Year 5
  • "In Year 5, we have lots of fun using our iPads like a second brain to help us learn."  

    Mille, Year 5.

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Flatts Lane

Middlesbrough

TS6 0NP

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Tel: 01642 469529

Fax: 01642 467778

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