School Logo


Primary School

Resilience to Achieve - Aspiration to Succeed

Contact Details



Unit 1

To identify and use different body parts to balance on and know which combinations produce stable or unstable bases

To balance and show specific planned body shapes

To move into and from balances with control and accuracy

To create a sequence on balance showing planned variations in shape,

Speed and levels


Unit 2

To understand how different body parts are capable of transferring and receiving body weight

To move into and from a range of skills with control and accuracy

To create sequences showing contrasts in shape, speed and level

To move and construct their own apparatus and transfer work safely from the floor


Unit 3

To move into and from specific planned balances with an awareness of change of front

To identify and use planned variations in direction

Create a sequence with a partner on floor and apparatus to show changes of front and direction

Observe and describe the movements of others using appropriate language


Unit 4

To rotate and roll on different body parts

To rotate and roll in different directions showing different shapes sizes and speeds

To create a sequence with a partner on floor and apparatus using a variety of linking movements

To observe the work of others and make judgements against given criteria

  • “I am very happy with Leys. My daughter’s progress at this school is amazing, I think the teachers are amazing.” (Parent)
  • “I’m starting to love this school! You all have made such great progress and I urge you: Keep up the great work!” (Parent)
  • “The Leys Primary School is a happy and caring place.” (OFSTED)
  • “Pupils are considerate of each other’s happiness.” (OFSTED)
  • An outstanding learning environment. All the children were engaged with their learning. A very friendly staff. (Borough Adviser)
  • “Pupils behave well in lessons and are respectful and polite around the school.” (OFSTED)
  • “Pupils respond well to the high expectations of the school.” (OFSTED)
  • “Pupils enjoy learning and are rightly proud of their work.” (OFSTED)