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Why should I buy these schemes and not one of the others on the market?

The Rawmarsh School Schemes of Work for Games, Gym, Dance, OAA and Athletics are designed to be easy to use, but at the same time to enable teachers to deliver high quality lessons that meet the needs of the National Curriculum, and also enable schools to achieve good outcomes from Ofsted inspections.

     Do these schemes meet the new National Curriculum of 2014?

Rawmarsh Schemes of Work continue to provide high quality curriculum materials in line with the new National Curriculum to be introduced in September 2014.

The 2014 curriculum is less prescriptive than Curriculum 2000 and schools can choose activities relevant to their context. However, advice still suggests that a ‘broad and balanced’ curriculum should continue to be offered in order to address all young people’s needs.

National Curriculum 2014 at Key Stage 1 improves youngsters’ physical literacy by focussing on agility, balance and coordination. These three key areas will continue to be taught through a variety of activities including Games, Gymnastics, Dance, Athletics and Outdoor and Adventurous Activities.

Rawmarsh resources continue to be relevant to schools, teachers and young people by offering high quality learning opportunities and effective transition between year groups and key stages.

 

Do teachers need training to be able to use the schemes?

Training is not required and the schemes are designed to be as easy to use as possible without any further support. The publishers, who have no teaching experience, felt that by the end of producing the artwork that they could have taught lessons using the resource and saw how easily the content could be developed into other areas, which is some indication of how easy they are to follow.

 

Do the schemes provide everything we need to teach the whole Physical Education curriculum?

The KS1 National Curriculum is covered with our schemes in Dance, Games and Gymnastics.

At KS2 the National Curriculum for Physical Education also covers Outdoor and Adventurous Activities (OAA) and Athletics, for which we have produced schemes.

There are no plans at the moment to produce a scheme for swimming.

 

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