Physical Education

 

Welcome to the Murrayburn Physical Education page!

Our P.E blog will provide information and updates on pupil learning including termly plans, pictures and pupil evaluations. Throughout the school year pupils will cover a range of sports and physical activities to develop physcial competencies, physical fitness, personal qualities and cognitive skills:

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‘Better Movers and Thinkers’ (BMT)

Here at Murrayburn we also advocate BMT as a key approach to learning and teaching in Physical Education. BMT develops Active Learners and enhances key skills such as focus and attention, decision making, problem solving, creativity and working memory. 

Here is a link to the Education Scotland webpage which provides more information on BMT:

http://www.educationscotland.gov.uk/resources/b/bmt/introduction.asp

 

P.E Kit

Click on the link to find out information about our Gym Kit.

Termly Plans

Term 1:

Primary 1 – Basic Moves 

 Aspects of learning :  Spatial and movement awareness, Coordination and fluency , Cue Recognition

Skills focus:  Variations of movement (walk, jog, run, skip, sidestep etc), jumps, direction and pathways. Spatial awareness and following instructions.

Primary 2– Basic Moves & Introduction to Team Games 

Aspects of learning: Coordination and fluency, Respect and Tolerance

Skills focus: Spatial awareness, following instrucitons, travel, throwing, catching, kicking, stopping, control, hand-eye coordination, team work, taking on a team role, choosing to do the right thing, help and lead others, sportsmanship skills.

Primary 3/4  Ball & Team Games

Aspects of learning: Coordination and fluency, Respect and Tolerance

Skills focus: Throwing, catching, kicking, stopping, control, hand-eye coordination, team work, taking on a team role, choosing to do the right thing, help and lead others, sportsmanship skills.

 

Primary 5-7- Sport Education (Benchball League)

Aspects of learning : Responsibility and Leadership, Respect and Tolerance

Skills focus: team work, taking on a role (leadership), choosing to do the right thing, help others, sportsmanship skills, showing respect, supporting and encrouaging, accepting decisions, listening to other’s ideas and opinions. 

 

P.E class rules 

This week all classess have been learning the P.E rules and how to stay green in P.E!

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Evaluations 

This is our learning track where we post comments to evaluate our learning in P.E. The ‘Start’ of the track is our weekly plan. Each year group has their own lane to post comments which are written on trainers!

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Here are some of the comments pupils have posted this week…

 

 

   

P.E Star of the Week Award

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2/09/16 

Lily Appleby (P4b) 

Ryan Carnochan (p6b)

9/9/16

Calleigh Demarco (P3B)

Rory Cuthill-Stuart (P6A)

16/9/16

Kayleigh Yorke (P7G)

Darco Agyapong (P2/1)

22/9/16

Findlay Marshall (p3A)

Libby Connelly (P4A)

28/9/16

Jack Bathgate (p4B)

Aimee Chalmers (Juniper)

10/10/16

Leon Davidson (p3B)

Holly Black (P5A)

Term 1 Evaluations

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Term 2

October

The pupils have been enjoying learning all about the History of the Olympic Games and Physical Education in classroom lessons with Miss McLeod.

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Nov-December P.E plans

Primary 1/2 – Object control/ Team Games

Aspects of Learning: Coordination / Respect & Tolerance / Focus & Concentration  

Skills Focus:  Spatial awareness, throwing, catching, kicking, stopping, control, hand-eye coordination, team work, taking on a team role, choosing to do the right thing, help and lead others, sportsmanship skills.     

                 

Primary 3/4: -Object control/ central net games

Aspects of Learning: Determination and Resilience / Focus & Concentration  

Skills focus: Trying your best, motivated to do well, don’t give up, keep going, staying on task, avoiding distractions, watching and listening carefully.

 

Primary 5-7: -Central net games (Volleyball, Badminton & Tennis)

Aspects of Learning: Determination and Resilience / Focus & Concentration  

Skills focus: Trying your best, motivated to do well, don’t give up, keep going, staying on task, avoiding distractions, watching and listening carefully.

 

St Andrew’s Day – 30th November

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In preparation for St Andrew’s day, and our whole school performance in the playground, P1-7  will also be learning 3 ceilidh dances: The Military two-step, The Virginia Reel and the Circassion Circle.