Project ID - TIS001266
Physical Education assistance in the Primary Department - To deliver extra fundamental movement / Physical Education classes to primary classes.


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Project offered at

Castletower School
BALLYMENA
BT43 7EN

Contact

Tracy Redmond

Student Skills

Any related discipline welcome. Sports, SEN, Education, Psychology.

Expected Pupil Outcomes

Pupils will benefit from receiving high quality PE classes from PE specialists.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

The visiting student will benefit by gaining experience coaching their specialism to primary pupils with a range of special Educational Needs

Extra Information

Learning Outcomes – Pupils will learn and gain additional experience in the following areas - • Throw and catch objects of different sizes. • Move around at different speeds and in different directions with confidence. • Develop balancing skills; parts of the body that can be used for balance, points and patches, three S’s. • Link the movements with previous learning on travel and balance. • Combine co-ordination and motor skills by throwing, catching, kicking and trapping. • Continue development of striking of objects.(large static balls.) • Where appropriate, striking a moving object.

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