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Year 7

Curriculum Map

Half term

Unit of work

Home study

Autumn 1

Rugby

  1. Practice passing, receiving, tackling and running with the ball
  2. Practice passing backwards in small groups on the move and increase speed by running from depth.
  3. Practice tackling and increase speed of self and opponent as you progress.
  4. Research the rules on tackling and produce a video to demo to class.

Autumn 2

Basketball

  1. Practice passing, dribbling, shooting and lay ups
  2. Watch a live game of basketball on Youtube. Pick three players and explain what they are good and bad at

Spring 1

Football

  1. Practice passing, dribbling, shooting, heading and team tactics.
  2. Watch a live game of football and make your own version of Jamie Carragher analysing the strengths and weaknesses of a team. Video and show to class.
  3. Write a training session for a football skill of your choice using Youtube as research

Spring 2

Handball

  1. Practice passing, dribbling and shooting
  2. Research the rules and scoring system of Handball and produce a Powerpoint to show the class
  3. Watch a live game of handball on Youtube and explain how they attack and defend.

Summer 1

Striking and fielding

  1. Practice throwing and catching, fielding and attacking and defensive batting.
  2. Make a presentation to show three different types of cricket shot and when you might use them.

Summer 2

Athletics

  1. Practice fitness and running all distances. Practice throwing and jumping techniques
  2. Practice running 100m, 400m and 1500m and try and improve your personal best.

In year 7 the aim is to develop a love of all sports on the curriculum and be able for you to understand where you start from as you start at Mosslands.

You will arrive with different levels of ability and access to PE teaching at Key stage 3.

We aim to baseline assess students in the first half term so you understand your starting points and (more importantly) know how you need to perform to improve your assessment scores in PE as you progress through the year.

You are assessed on skill development, teamwork, tactics, knowledge of active lifestyles and problem solving.

You are given a wide range of activities to try and be told to start thinking what your best 4 activities are if you were to sit a GCSE.

In this year there are also exciting opportunities to trial out for our very successful school and house teams. Students will be given chance to trial for school football, rugby, basketball, cricket, tennis and athletics teams
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