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Teamwork in Primary PE

18 February 2016

Last week 6C’s PE lessons focused on teamwork. In particular, encouragement during competitive situations rather than team tactics within a game. Each student was asked to rate (1-10) the activity (football) at the start of the lesson in terms of how much they liked it. Then they had to provide reasons why they chose that number (10 being the highest).
As expected there was a mixture of ratings all the way from 1-10! However, we did discuss that if you rated yourself a 10 you had a responsibility to the rest of the group – to bring their scores up! It was up to them to show encouragement and relay their knowledge to help others. Rather than just to show their skills – how could they improve others?

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This was probably the best I have ever seen 6C work in terms of attitude and positivity. I asked the students at the end of the week to rate themselves again along with reasons why. I think the comments speak for themselves.
Jan said ‘I rated myself a 10 – this is my favourite activity and I was really pleased when members of the class said I had really good football skills. I said thank you and thought about what I could do to help them enjoy football more’. I was also thinking about passing more to my team mates rather than just keeping the ball for myself. Yeji had said that she didn’t like football so I was trying to pass to her to give her confidence.
Nik said ‘I like football so I rated myself a 7. But my score went up because I really enjoyed the last two lessons. Jan kept giving me ideas of what I could do on the pitch and he really encouraged me, it made me feel good. So I thought I would do the same. I saw Zuzana make a really good block so I shouted ‘wow brilliant! I rate football a 9 now.
Auguste said ‘I was a goal keeper so sometimes you get shouted at or feel bad if you let a goal in. But my team said ‘don’t worry it was a good shot’, or ‘unlucky Auguste you nearly saved it’. This made me want to carry on as goalkeeper and I liked it when they mentioned a good save’.
Maddy also mentioned that her football rating had gone up by two points from 5-7.
Keep up the encouragement 6C!

Miss Earey, PE Teacher