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Unit 1

To use balancing on different body parts to create bridge shapes both as individuals and with a partner

To sustain concentration and practise to improve the quality and accuracy of their movements

To work co-operatively with a partner and create a sequence showing planned variations in level, direction and shape

To understand the compositional principles of sequencing and recognise when something is absent


Unit 2

To understand and demonstrate the five basic jumps showing different shapes and directions in the air and show flight from feet to hands to feet

To sustain concentration and practise to improve the precision and fluency of their movement

To design and create a sequence using planned variations in levels, directions and pathways

To transfer flight safely onto apparatus


Unit 3

To understand that all gymnastic skills use various combinations of pushing, pulling, swinging and gripping

To adapt, refine and improve specific skills using this knowledge

To design longer sequences to use planned variations in shape, speed and direction

To work in pairs to evaluate and improve composition


Unit 4

To identify and use spinning, rotation and rolling around three different axes

To adapt, refine and improve specific skills

To understand and use variations in speeds, levels, directions and pathways

To observe and analyse a sequence and evaluate it using appropriate terminology

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