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Key Stage 3 Games

In years 7-9 all students are assessed against Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to show progress and attainment. Students are expected to achieve each KPI across at least on individual sport and one (different) team sport over the course of the academic year.

All students will be supported to master each KPI so that their understanding, demonstration, and application is sound before moving on the program of study for the next academic year based on age-level expectations.

In Key Stage 3 students are assessed against Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), which all need to be achieved across one individual and one team sport over the course of an academic year to meet age-related expectations. The KPIs for years 7-9 are detailed below. In addition, each student is given an Attitude to Learning (AtL) which reflects their effort levels.

Criteria for each KPI for years 7-9 is shown below:

 

PE and Health KPIs - Year 7

KPI code

Description (to be achieved across at least one individual sport and one (different) team sport)

PE7.1

Effectively performs a range of actions, skills and techniques with control, combining them appropriately both in isolation and small group settings.

PE7.2

Successfully employs simple tactics or creative processes in practical settings.

PE7.3

Accurately describes their own and others' performances, using appropriate vocabulary and concepts to identify main strengths and areas for improvement.

PE7.4

Successfully leads a simple activity individually or as part of a group, showing respect and empathy for others and good cooperation skills in doing so.

PE7.5

Understands simple tactics or creative ideas and can communicate those effectively using good verbal and non-verbal skills.

PE7.6

Leads by example in lessons through their enthusiasm and determination to achieve their best and overcome challenges.

PE7.7

Demonstrates appropriate strength, stamina and suppleness across activities, including being able to complete short periods of sustained exercise.

PE7.8

Effectively conducts their own safe and well-designed warm-up/cool-down and can describe the purpose and benefits of each.

PE7.9

Knows and can explain how physical activity contributes to a balanced, healthy lifestyle.

 

 

PE and Health KPIs - Year 8

KPI code

Description (to be achieved across at least one individual sport and one (different) team sport)

PE8.1

Selects, combines and performs skills with technical proficiency and fluency in response to changing and more complex situations, both in isolation and when put under pressure.

PE8.2

Successfully employs a range of more complex tactics or creative processes and adapts them to changing environments.

PE8.3

Accurately explains and evaluates the effectiveness of their own and/or others’ performances and suggests appropriate improvements.

PE8.4

Leads and motivates others in pairs or team/small group situations demonstrating confidence and good organisational skills.

PE8.5

Understands more complex tactics or creative ideas and can communicate those effectively using good verbal and non-verbal skills.

PE8.6

Accurately reflects on progress towards ambitious personal challenges and/or goals in PE and/or leadership.

PE8.7

Sustains stamina for longer periods in specific activities and uses different types of exercise to improve their health and well-being.

PE8.8

Demonstrates good knowledge of basic anatomical structures and can explain how they use different components of fitness to improve their performance.

PE8.9

Knows and can explain the importance of a healthy, active lifestyle in the promotion of mental, social and physical well-being.

 

 

PE and Health KPIs - Year 9

KPI code

Description (to be achieved across at least one individual sport and one (different) team sport)

PE9.1

Shows imagination when performing more advanced skills with control, accuracy and fluency in a game situation or performance setting.

PE9.2

Successfully employs advanced decision-making skills in a competitive game situation or to create dynamic routines/sequences.

PE9.3

Accurately analyses and evaluates the effectiveness of their own and/or others’ team/group performances and implements appropriate improvements.

PE9.4

Confidently undertakes leadership and officiating roles showing a good knowledge and application of appropriate rules/laws and effective communication skills.

PE9.5

Sensitively adapts activities when leading peers of all abilities and backgrounds so that they are included and supported to succeed.

PE9.6

Proves to be an effective role model by applying themselves fully in a range of contexts and showing resilience to overcome setbacks.

PE9.7

Consistently meets the strenuous exercise demands required for specific activities, combining strength, stamina, suppleness and speed to excellent effect.

PE9.8

Successfully applies a good understanding of the principles of safe and effective training to improve their health and performance.

PE9.9

Accurately explains the importance of nutrition and hydration for either success in sport or general physical and mental well-being.

 

 

 

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