Key Stage 1 – Performing Guide

  • Can warm up safely prior to exercise and can sustain performance over periods of time.
  • Able to work safely within a defined space.
  • Demonstrates agility, balance and coordination.
  • Can follow simple movement patterns at different levels, speeds and through a variety of pathways.
  • Understands some principles of attacking and defending
  • Has started to link skills to perform actions and sequences of movement.

 

Acquiring skills Gym/dance examples Fundamental movement skills, Athletics, Examples Multi skills examples
Can warm up safely prior to exercise and can sustain performance over periods of time. Gym-Are they focused throughout the warm up and can they maintain quality of their work? Athletics- Do they understand why they warm up and can they maintain performance during a warm up? Multi skills-Can they suggest areas of the body they should target depending upon the activity they are doing?
Able to work safely within a defined space. Dance –Can they work safely with an awareness of space and others? FMS Locomotion- Do they have a regard for other children and the space when playing running games? Unihoc- Are they able to show control and dribble the ball within the area designated?
Demonstrates agility, balance and coordination. Gym -Do they move with tension and show interesting starting positions? FMS- Locomotion- Can they travel in a variety of directions and stop efficiently when instructed? Multi skills- catching- Do they demonstrate an ability to track a ball, move appropriately and catch consistently?
Can follow simple movement patterns at different levels, speeds and through a variety of pathways. Dance- Can they copy a motif and adapt elements of it? FMS Locomotion- Can they run at a variety of speeds and through different movement pathways? Basketball- Can they dribble a ball in different directions responding to teacher’s instructions?
Understands some principles of attacking and defending Dance -Can they work in a group to dance with different relationships and dynamics? FMS object control- Do they time it well when trying to get somebody else’s ball when playing King of the Court? Short tennis- Do they know when to move to the ball and when to move back to allow the ball to bounce?
Has started to link skills to perform actions and sequences of movement. Gym-Can they move from one move to another in appropriate ways? FMS object control- Can they run up and strike a stationary ball and then move to the end of a line? Multi skills- Can they stop a ball rolled to them and throw it back?