New to Teaching KS1 PE

Suitable for: Teachers, ECTs, Teaching Assistants, Subject leaders.

Course code Keystages Presented by
PED106 KS1
  • Jessica Squires (Teaching and Learning Consultant PE)

• To develop participants confidence in delivering and assessing high quality physical education in primary schools at Key Stage 1.
• To explore how to observe and teach the basic fundamental movement skills and progressions required at Key Stage 1.
• To explore how to adapt the Lancashire planning to meet children’s needs.
• To help teachers develop an understanding of a sequence of learning and assessing children through Lancashire core tasks in PE at KS1.
• To explore units of work in Games, Dance and Gymnastics.

This course is designed for ECT’s and class teachers who want to develop their knowledge, skills and understanding of teaching PE at KS1. It will develop a teacher’s subject knowledge and confidence by exploring how to teach the Fundamental movement skills in games, gymnastic and dance activities.

The day will develop planning, sequencing learning and assessing basic skills and how they can be developed so that children can apply these basic skills in a way that helps them learn.

The course will also explore differentiation and assessment through core tasks in each activity area.

There is an element of practical activities so all delegates should be dressed appropriately.

A member of the PE Passport team will be in attendance should you have any questions or need any technical support with the Lancashire PE Passport Platform.

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