National Curriculum Physical Education
PE plus+ units of work have been carefully developed to fully deliver all aspects of National Curriculum PE at EYFS, KS1 and KS2. Uniquely written, the units address the four strands with clear learning objectives linked to QCA guidelines. These units cover aspects of attainment levels, lesson themes, literacy keywords, numeracy and ICT opportunities. These units have received excellent reviews from HE institutes, sports colleges and primary schools.
Lesson plans are planned and delivered by ppa coaches under the guidance of a qualified PE teacher. Each lesson plan has clear learning objectives which are shared with the children during each lesson. Literacy keywords are used within lessons and form parts of display work around school. PE plus+ staff have a commitment towards improving the use of ICT in PE through the use of digital cameras, video analysis and data collection. Lesson plans focus on the four strands and comprehensively cover the NCPE.
Assessment For Learning take place at PE plus+ because we believe that children learn best when they are fully involved in the whole learning process. By sharing our learning objectives in lessons children are constantly involved. Using WALT and WILF, pupils are involved and understand what is expected of them to achieve further. This process gives children a greater understanding of their current level of ability for continuous self review. Each member of staff records the current level of ability of every child they teach during each unit of work. This is calculated at the end of the year together with progress made in planning, evaluation and Health Related Exercise to give a true reflection of individual attainment in PE.
"We have used PE plus+ for nearly four years and are very pleased
with the quality of the service that they provide. Our regular coach is reliable and
delivers a programme of PE activities which the children enjoy. The children progress
well and are assessed on a regular basis using PE plus+ assessment sheets."
Head Teacher, York