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Unit 1

To combine and perform skills more fluently in implement and kicking invasion games.

To understand and apply a range of tactics for attack and defence.

To evaluate their own and others’ work and suggest way to improve it.

To understand the need to prepare properly for games.


Unit 2

To play small sided- and modified versions of net / wall games.

To develop the range and consistency of their skills.

To use and adapt rules, strategies and tactics with knowledge of basic principles of attack and defence.

To evaluate performance and explain what need to be improved.


Unit 3

To develop the consistency and accuracy of their striking and fielding skills.

To select and use skills appropriately in a game situation.

To play a wide range of striking and fielding games and transfer common principles.

To recognise strengths and weaknesses in their own performances.


Unit 4

To choose, combine and perform ball-handling skills more fluently and effectively in games.

To use attacking and defending strategies more consistently in similar games.

To develop their ability to evaluate work and suggest improvements.

To understand why exercise is good for their fitness, health and well-being.

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