Suggested HWB Experiences & Outcomes
- As I explore the rights to which I and others are entitled, I am able to exercise these rights appropriately and accept the responsibilities that go with them. I show respect for the rights of others. HWB 0-09a
- I am aware of my own and others’ needs and feelings especially when taking turns and sharing resources. I recognise the need to follow rules. HWB 0-23a
- I am aware of the need to respect personal space and boundaries and can recognise and respond appropriately to verbal and non-verbal communication. HWB 0-45b
- I understand that my feelings and reactions can change depending upon what is happening within and around me. This helps me to understand my own behaviour and the way others behave. HWB 0-04a
Suggested Learning Intentions
- To begin to demonstrate consideration for others needs and feelings while participating in activities.
Suggested Success Criteria (I can...)
- Begin to demonstrate how to work co-operatively with a partner and in small groups. HWB 0-09a
- Describe what being in a good team looks, feels and sounds like.HWB 0-04a
- Show a quick response to a variety of non verbal signals. HWB 0-45b
- Explain why rules are important.HWB 0-23a
Suggested Learning Experiences
COVID Support - Education Scotland have highlighted physical education as a critical learning opportunity for pupils as they heal, re-connect, and adapt on their return to school. To support schools with these considerations and others, they have released specific guidelines designed to assist with the planning, decision-making and the safe implementation of curricular physical education.
- Provide opportunities for children to share space and equipment to develop self- awareness and awareness of others when taking turns and moving around safely eg parachute activities.
- Take turns at being both the leader and follower in a variety of movement activities.
- Explore how best to work together through a range of partner activities.
- Provide opportunities for children to reflect on their own and their peers performance in a positive way.
- Share thoughts on cheating (e.g., “What does cheating look like when we play games?”; “Why do you think people cheat when playing games?” and “Is it wrong to cheat?”).
- Brainstorm words and phrases of what a good ‘leader’ might consist of.
- Mindmap what it looks like, sounds and feels like when people are being considerate to each other.
- Discuss why rules are important. Talk about a time when they participated in a team game – how did they feel, what did they do?
- List words and phrases to describe what makes a good ‘team.’
- Make a set of rules for working as a team
Suggested Cross-Curricular Links
- SOC 0-17a / EXA 0-14a – Role-play different scenarios where cheating or rule-breaking is the main theme. Children could discuss ways to avoid conflict with others.
- LIT 0-01c – Read / share / discuss different texts where the main theme is cheating/breaking the rules.
Suggested Word Bank
- take turns