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Manners Towards Neighbours

Fundamental Movement and Physical Activity; Healthy Choices; Self and Relationships

Students participate in regular physical activity through creative play, dance, gymnastics and minor games. They practise body movement and control, demonstrating different ways the body can move by composing and sequencing simple movement patterns. Students show awareness and consideration of others during play situations and practise the fundamental movement skills of balance, sprint run, vertical jump and catch. They describe the components of an active lifestyle and identify different ways to be active at school and at home.

Students make simple decisions in relation to health and safety and identify medicines and how to store them. They describe balanced eating habits and healthy personal habits as well as safe and unsafe situations at home, on and near roads, travelling to and from school and near water. Students identify people who can help and describe actions such as ‘no, go, tell’ that might be taken in unsafe situations.

Students identify personal characteristics and qualities, and physical changes that have occurred since birth and identify different parts of the body. With self-control, students express feelings and develop positive relationships. They interact and communicate with peers in a variety of play and group situations, listening, sharing and showing concern when working with others.

 

 

Fundamental Movement and Physical Activity; Healthy Choices; Self and Relationships

Students participate and perform in dance, gymnastics, minor games and sports. They complete simple movement sequences that show an understanding of dynamics, spatial awareness, relationships, timing and rhythm of movement. They demonstrate fair play and cooperation in small groups. Students develop proficiency in the fundamental movement skills of the hop, side gallop, skip, overhand throw, kick and two-handed strike. They participate in physical activities that promote enjoyment and recognise the importance of these for health and lifestyle balance.

Students describe ways to keep healthy and safe and explore choices relating to food, sun protection and personal safety.  They identify the appropriate use, administration and storage of medicines. Students describe strategies to stay safe at home, on and near roads, when travelling to and from school, and near water. They recognise safe and unsafe environments and situations and suggest a range of protective strategies for dealing with unsafe situations.

Students describe similarities and differences between themselves and others. They describe different body parts and how the body grows and changes. Students explore different types of relationships and describe the skills needed to develop and maintain positive relationships. They identify the effects of bullying.

 

 

Fundamental Movement and Physical Activity; Healthy Choices; Self and Relationships

Students apply movement skills in dance, gymnastics, games and sports, and practise manipulative skills in a range of minor games.  They perform movement sequences with consistency and control and demonstrate cooperation, effort and practice in physical activity. Students demonstrate proficiency in the fundamental movement skills of static balance, sprint run, vertical jump, catch, hop, side gallop, skip and overarm throw through practice and application in different games and sports.  They participate in physical activity and investigate how it contributes to a healthy and active lifestyle.

Students describe the factors that influence healthy lifestyle decisions and demonstrate an understanding of the decision-making process.  They examine how the use of drugs such as tobacco and alcohol can cause harm.  They investigate nutritional choices relating to cultural beliefs, special dietary needs and ‘fast food’.  Students demonstrate behaviours to stay safe at home, on and near roads, when travelling to and from school, and near water.  They demonstrate the capacity to deal with unsafe situations including abuse, bullying and harassment.

Students recognise individual strengths and limitations and they identify characteristics that make them unique.  They explore body changes that occur during life, including puberty.  Students explain how positive relationships are formed and the importance of effective communication of feelings and needs in maintaining relationships.  They recognise the rights, values and feelings of others and devise strategies to solve problems, recognise and accept differences and manage conflict.

 

 

Fundamental Movement and Physical Activity; Healthy Choices; Self and Relationships

Students apply, adapt and vary movement skills in dance, gymnastics, games and sports.  They understand the elements of movement and compose and perform movement sequences with control and coordination in various contexts.  Students demonstrate teamwork, tactics and strategies when participating in team games.  They demonstrate proficiency in the fundamental movement skills of leap, kick, two-handed strike and dodge and apply them in a range of challenging physical activity contexts.  Students participate in a range of moderate to vigorous physical activities and apply movement skills with increased confidence and precision.  They investigate the effects of physical activity on health and monitor and evaluate physical activity levels.

Students examine key factors that contribute to a balanced lifestyle and keeping safe and healthy.  They examine nutritional information, disease prevention and the effects of drugs on the body and they identify behaviours that impact on wellbeing.  Students assess the safety of situations in home, school, water and road environments and identify appropriate responses.  They describe and practise a range of personal safety strategies that could be used in threatening or abusive situations.  They take responsibility for personal decisions, recognising the effects that decisions have on self and others.

Students describe the factors that influence personal identity and examine the physical, social and emotional changes that occur during puberty.  They devise strategies for coping with change, grief and loss.  They value the differences between individuals and challenge discrimination and harassment.  Students value different roles and responsibilities in relationships, the importance of communication and they practise positive ways to deal with conflict.