Manor Leas Junior Academy
Implementation- How does it work across school?
In order to deliver our intent across the school, we use a variety of strategies and resources that are outlined below:
Knowledge organisers contain the key information and vocabulary for each unit. They will be used as a tool to support the understanding of sport specific terminology and application of skills.
The key question sets out the main aims of the series of lessons being taught within the subject. They are used to understand how the physical content and knowledge applies to every day physical development.
Key vocabulary will be discussed regularly. It is expected that the children use the key vocabulary throughout the unit and during assessment.
Questioning and modelling is used to review previous learning.
At the end of each taught unit, each child will be assessed against the age-expected targets for that specific sport in line with the Striver Progression Framework.
Football at Manor Leas:
After school Football club has continued this year with Year 5s and 6s. We have nearly forty children in attendance. Each week they work on developing their close control, agility, footwork and teamwork. Both the mixed and boys Year 6 teams have competed at multiple tournaments and even featured in their very own Phoenix News article. On a Thursday afternoon, children from Year 6 have been attending Ruston Sport and Social Club to develop their footballing skills with coach Matt.