Key Stage 1 – Personal and Social Development Guide
- Communicates effectively and works well with others.
- Manages feelings and behaviour well.
- Self-motivated and displays self – confidence.
- Knows what success looks like – self and others.
- Can comment on the work of others using some technical language.
- Demonstrates leadership skills.
|Personal and Social Development||Gym/dance examples||Fundamental movement skills, Athletics, Examples||Multi skills examples|
|Communicates effectively and works well with others.||Dance – Can they share and listen to ideas before creating motifs (movement phrases)?||FMS – in relay games do they anticipate when itâs their turn and are well prepared?||Football- Can they move around a group choosing when to pass to a friend?|
|Manages feelings and behaviour well.||Gym – Can they work quietly and wait if a queue has formed?||FMS- locomotion- Do they accept when they have been caught out in a catching game?||Kwik cricket- Do they maintain concentration and persevere if struggling to hit a ball?|
|Self-motivated and displays self âconfidence.||Gym – Are they happy to attempt to take weight on hands and to perform in front of others?||FMS locomotion-Do they move around with control with their head up and an awareness of others?||Football- Do they approach a free kick/penalty with purpose and intent?|
|Knows what success looks like – self and others.||Gym – Can they distinguish between work of a good standard and that of a lesser standard?||FMS object control-Throwing- Can they tell you what good position and technique is in throwing?||Unihoc- Do they know how to shield a ball from others?|
|Can comment on the work of others using some technical language.||Dance – Do they understands phrases like Posture, turns leaps, jumps, pathways and in their feedback.||Athletics- Do they know and understand the language associated with throwing- grip, run up, drawback, follow through.||Basketball â Do they know what dribble, double dribble and what chest passes look like?|
|Demonstrates leadership skills.||Dance – Are they assertive enough to suggest ideas when working with a partner or in a group?||FMS object control- Do they show a sense of purpose and get activities started quickly organising others and the resources available?||Kwik cricket- Do they encourage teammates to do well through appropriate advice?|
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