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Long Term Overview 2021-2022

 

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Summer 1

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Reception

Body Management

Gymnastics

Speed, Agility, Travel

Dance

Manipulation and Coordination

Cooperate and Solve Problems

Year 1

Send and Return

Dance

Hit, Catch, Run

Gymnastics

Run, Jump, Throw

Attack, Defend, Shoot

Year 2

Dance

Send and Return

Gymnastics

Hit, Catch, Run

Attack, Defend, Shoot

Run, Jump, Throw

Year 3

Invasion Games

Dance

Net/Wall Games

Gymnastics

Striking and Fielding

Athletics

Year 4

Gymnastics

Invasion Games

Dance

Striking and Fielding

Athletics

Net/Wall Games

Year 5

Striking and Fielding

Invasion Games

Gymnastics

Dance

Net/Wall Games

Athletics

Year 6

Net/Wall Games

Striking and Fielding

Dance

Gymnastics

Athletics

Invasion Games

P.E at English Martyrs'

Extra Resources

Famous Sports People from Birmingham

 

Alice Dearing

Alice Dearing is a British swimmer, specialising in open water events. In June 2021, she qualified to represent Great Britain in the postponed 2020 Olympics. She is also the co-founder of 'The Black Swimming Association' designed to encourage swimming among the BME community.

 

 

Moeen Ali 

An England international cricketer. Known as an all-rounder, Moeen represented England and Warwickshire between 2014 until announcing his retirement from test cricket in 2021. 

 

Ellie Simmonds

Ellie Simmonds is a retired paralympian swimmer. When she was selected for the Great Britain Olympic Team in 2008, she was Britain's youngest member of the team, aged just 13. She won 2 gold meals at the 2008 Olympic Games in Tokyo, another 2 gold medals at 2012 Olympic Games in London and a further gold in Rio at the 2016 Olympic Games, this time setting a world record for her 200m medley.

 

Dan Evans

Dan Evans is a current British tennis player. He is currently the 2nd ranked British player and has been ranked as high as the world number 22 as recently as September 2021. In February 2021, he won his first ever ATP Tour title by winning the Murray River Open in Melbourne (Australia). He was also a part of the winning Davis Cup team for Great Britain in 2015.

 

Ama Agbeze

Ama is an England international netball player. She was captain when England won the gold medal at the 2018 Commonwealth Games. In 2019, she received an MBE for her services to netball. She has made over 100 senior appearances for England.

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