Programmes of study
Programmes of study set out what pupils should be taught in physical education at each key stage, and provide the basis for planning schemes of work.
At Key Stage 1, the programme is divided into three areas of activity:
At Key Stage 2, there are six areas of activity and of these pupils should be taught:
Athletic activities or Outdoor and adventurous activities.
At Key Stage 3, there are six areas of activity:
Of these, pupils should be taught games, and at least one area of activity from each of
At Key Stage 4, the programme is divided into four areas of experience:
A health-related exercise programme must also be addressed during the key stage.
Details of the requirements for physical education can be found in the subject Order document 'Physical Education in the National Curriculum in Wales' which can be downloaded from the Welsh Assembly Government's website by clicking the link.
Sports in Powys
Dragon Sport is a Sports Council for Wales initiative designed to offer Primary aged children, 7-11yrs, fun, safe and enjoyable sporting opportunities.
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