PE Integrated Curriculum

Students have one PE lesson per week and a swimming lesson once a week, where they will develop water confidence, gain independence and learn swimming techniques.

Each PE lesson will focus on developing students’ intellectual capacity, interaction, independence, communication, physical control, sensory skills and creativity. This will be done through adapted activities such as orienteering including key words and core symbols, multi-skills, sensory circuits, parachute games, wheelchair skills, dance, games and athletics.

PE

Term 1- Paralympic Challenges and Focus on push and pull

Term 2- Driving skills/playground games focusing on directions.

Term 3- Competition work and Athletics focus on stop and go

Swimming

Term 1- Assessment and Technique work using BLABT

Term 2- Sculling and survival skills

Term 3- Competition work and games


Students working in the higher P levels will have access to the following areas of the PE National curriculum, adapted to suit the needs of the individual or group - Athletics, Games, including net, invasive, target and striking/ fielding games, Outdoor and Adventurous activities, and sometimes dance or wheelchair skills.

Students have one lesson per week with opportunities for extracurricular sport. Students also have a swimming lesson each week where they develop skills and understanding in competitive swimming, gaining independence, technique and survival skills.

PE

Term 1- Orienteering/Dance

Term 2- Driving skills and playground games

Term 3- Competition work and Athletics

Swimming

Term 1- Assessment and Technique work using BLABT

Term 2- Sculling, rotations and survival skills

Term 3- Competition work