National Curriculum Delivery – Coaches in Schools
All lessons are taught by CHCS are planned and structured in line with the National Curriculum for PE. We will work together with your schools PE Coordinator to carefully plan, develop and structure PE into yours schools curriculum. We are constantly monitoring Ofsted reports and case studies such as ‘not enough Physical in Physical Education’ and ‘Beyond 2012, outstanding physical education for all’. As well as the recent Ofsted report (October 2014) looking at 22 successful schools using the sports premium
Year 5 and 6
Development of skills, tactics and problem solving, as well as team play in sports including Football, Netball, Basketball, Hockey, Cricket, Athletics and many more . In addition Gymnastics and Dance are also available with our specific Coaches.
Year 3 and 4
Development of basic skills and simple tactics leading to small conditioned games relating to mini games used in Year 5 and 6.
Reception, Years 1 and 2
Development of generic skills relating to agility, balance and co-ordination through themed modules in areas such as:
Moving with a ball, moving without a ball, passing and receiving, Throwing and Catching, Striking and Fielding and Dance. As well as specific lessons on Teamwork and Tactics and small sided games.
Dance (please see dance section) and gymnastics for all Key stages are also 2 popular services we offer to our partner schools.
Each school participating in the scheme is given a comprehensive resource pack of lesson plans as well as other recourses for staff to use future PE sessions. Sustainability in major part of the School Sports Premium, CHCS coaches will work closely with your school staff to ensure this is in place.
All lessons that CHCS provide will be assessed at the end of each module. This can become part of the child’s annual report, with many schools finding this useful and informative. We are also more than happy to use any assessment criteria already in place within your school. CHCS can also attend parents evenings at the school request to discuss PE progression.