Physical Education

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Physical Education at The British School Manila is developed in accordance with the English National Curriculum whilst also incorporating the use of Learning Power skills. In Physical Education, the meaningful use of Learning Power skills can be seen when students are for example; being collaborative and communicative in games, independent in track and field and creative and reflective in gymnastics and dance.

The curriculum itself strives to ensure that students learn to be competitive, cooperative and creative whilst working as individuals and in groups and teams. Students will learn to evaluate their performance and the performance of others in order to set goals. Through this process, they will learn about their strengths and weaknesses and how to get involved in lifelong physical activity. 

 


Key Stage 1

In Key Stage 1 PE the students will participate in the following activities during the year:

  • Dance
  • Gymnastics
  • Swimming
  • Striking & Fielding Games
  • Invasion Games
  • Net/Racquet Games
  • Athletics

They will be assessed at the end of each unit and a judgment is made as to whether they are;

  • Working towards the standard expected
  • Meeting the expected standard
  • Exceeding the standard expected

Click The National Curriculum standards are outlined on the website below:
http://www.education.gov.uk/schools/teachingandlearning/curriculum/primary/b00199167/pe/attainment

More information about Physical Education at BSM can be found on the following Haiku site: 
http://bsm.haikulearning.com/adunstan/physicaleducationatbsm


Key Stage 2

In Key Stage 2 PE the students will participate in the following activities during the year:

  • Dance
  • Gymnastics
  • Swimming
  • Striking & Fielding Games
  • Invasion Games
  • Net/Racquet Games
  • Athletics

They will be assessed at the end of each unit and a judgment is made as to whether they are;

  • Working towards the standard expected
  • Meeting the expected standard
  • Exceeding the standard expected

At the end of Year 6 the students will be awarded a National Curriculum level. This will be a level 3 or 4.

The National Curriculum standards are outlined on the website below:
http://www.education.gov.uk/schools/teachingandlearning/curriculum/primary/b00199167/pe/attainment

More information about Physical Education at BSM can be found on the following Haiku site: 
http://bsm.haikulearning.com/adunstan/physicaleducationatbsm