National Curriculum

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PE Mind Map on National Curriculum, created by georgechase97 on 03/22/2014.

Created by georgechase97 over 5 years ago
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National Curriculum
1 Group 1 - Outwitting Opponents
1.1 e.g. game activities
2 Group 2 - Accurate replication of of actions, phrases and sequences
2.1 e.g. Gymnastic activities
3 Group 3 - Exploring and communicating ideas, concepts and emotions
3.1 e.g. Dance activities
4 Group 4 - Performing at maximum levels in relation to speed, height, distance, strength and accuracy
4.1 e.g. athletic activities
5 Group 5 - Identifying and solving problems to overcome challenges of an adventurous nature
5.1 e.g. outdoor and adventurous activities
5.1.1 Lifesaving
5.1.2 Personal survival
6 Group 6 - Exercising safely and effectively to improve health and wellbeing
6.1 e.g. fitness and health activities
7 Why is PE offered in schools?
7.1 To improve health and fitness levels
7.2 To provide a balance within subjects taught
7.3 To prepare young people to take part in physical activity when they leave school
7.4 Its a government requirement
7.5 To provide approved qualifications in line with other subjects
7.5.1 GCSE
7.5.2 GCE
7.6 To reflect the importance and value of sport and physical activity in society
8 How do schools make PE available?
8.1 PE as a subject on their timetable
8.2 Extra curricular provision
8.2.1 e.g. after school football club
8.2.2 Extra-curricular - an activity that takes place out of timetabled lessons
8.3 Club and team practise sessions
8.4 Sports performance awards
8.5 Links with local clubs and outside visits / visitors

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