Teaching Games at KS2

Suitable for: Subject Leaders, Teachers, ECTs, Teaching Assistants

Course code Keystages Presented by
PED159 KS2
  • Jessica Squires (Teaching and Learning Consultant PE)

- To be able to teach the basic sport specific skills needed for different types of games at KS2.
- To develop confidence in implementing a sequence of learning in games activities at KS2.
- To explore how to adapt games activities and planning to meet children’s needs.
- To understand the progression of skills and key knowledge when teaching games.
- To help teachers develop an understanding of assessing children in different types of games.

This course is designed for teachers who want to develop their confidence, knowledge, skills and understanding of teaching the basic games skills required in PE at KS2. The first half of the day covers invasion games skills and the second half of the day focuses on striking and fielding games, net and wall and target games. It will develop confidence by explaining how to teach the sport specific skills in a range of games. The course will also explore planning, sequencing learning and adapting lesson to meet children's needs. It will also help teachers understand how to assess the skills and explore how to teach tactics and the principles of games.

This course includes a set of TOPs Sport cards.

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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