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At Anglesey, we are a vibrant and nurturing school community, where children are given the skills to become, inquisitive, resilient, independent learners. Our curriculum provides a range of creative, challenging and inspiring experiences for all. This equips our children with the life skills to be happy, flourish and be successful...Today, tomorrow and in the future

Attendance

Whole School Attendance

The schools total attendance is currently at:

91.1% (Since September 2020)

Skills Progression

PE SKILLS - gymnastics 

 

Y1 

  • Identify and use simple gymnastics actions and shapes. 
  • Apply basic strength to a range of gymnastics actions. 
  • Begin to carry basic apparatus such as mats and benches. 
  • To recognise like actions and link. 
  • Identified and used simple gymnastics actions and shapes 
  • Applied basic strength to a range of gymnastics actions 
  • Began to carry and move gymnastics apparatus 

 

Y2 

  • Describe and explain how performers can transition and link gymnastic elements 
  • Perform with control and consistency basic actions at different speeds and on different levels 
  • Challenge themselves to develop strength and flexibility 
  • Create and perform a simple sequence that is judged using simple gymnastic scoring 
  • Can describe and explain how performers transition and link gymnastic elements 
  • Has performed basic actions with control and consistency at different speeds and on different levels 
  • Can challenge him or herself to develop strength and flexibility 
  • Can create and perform simple sequences that are judged using simple gymnastic scoring 

Y3 

  • Describe and explain how performers can transition and link gymnastic elements 
  • Perform with control and consistency basic actions at different speeds and on different levels 
  • Challenge themselves to develop strength and flexibility 
  • Create and perform a simple sequence that is judged using simple gymnastic scoring 

 

Y4 

  • To become increasingly competent and confident to perform skills more consistently 
  • Able to perform in time with a partner and group 
  • Use compositional ideas in sequences such as changes in height, speed and direction 
  • Develop an increased range of body actions and shapes to include in a sequence 
  • Define muscles groups needed to support the core of their body 
  • Refine taking weight on small and large body parts, for example, hand and shoulder 

Y5 

  • Create longer and more complex sequences and adapt performances 
  • Take the lead in a group when preparing a sequence 
  • Develop symmetry individually, as a pair and in a small group 
  • Compare performances and judge strengths and areas for improvement 
  • Select a component for improvement. For example—timing or flow 
  • Take responsibility for own warm-up including remembering and repeating a variety of stretches 
  • Perform more complex actions, shapes and balances with consistency 
  • Use information given by others to improve performance 
  • Remember and repeat longer sequences with more difficult actions. 

Y6 

  • Lead group warm-up showing understanding of the need for strength and flexibility 
  • Demonstrate accuracy, consistency, and clarity of movement 
  • Work independently and in small groups to make up own sequences 
  • Arrange own apparatus to enhance work and vary compositional ideas 
  • Experience flight on and off of high apparatus 
  • Perform increasingly complex sequences 
  • Combine own ideas with others to build sequences 
  • Compose and practise actions and relate to music 
  • Show a desire to improve competency across a broad range of gymnastics actions 
Hello everyone... The 24 Hour Live teach-a-thon has raised an incredible £5689. Mr Keeling and Mr Jordan will be purchasing devices very soon. Thank you for all of your support and donations. This will really make a huge difference to the remote learning of lots of our pupils.
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