Presentation on theme: "Trampolining National Curriculum Attainment Levels"— Presentation transcript:
1 Trampolining National Curriculum Attainment Levels KeyBlack – Developing skills (DS)Pink – Making and Applying Decisions (MAD)Blue – Evaluate and Improve (E & I)Red – Developing physical and mental capacity (PMC)Orange – Making informed choices about healthy active lifestyles (CHAL)
2 Trampolining National Curriculum Attainment Level 3 I can attempt the basic shapes with limited control when in flightI can select some skills that I have been taught and put them into a sequenceI can suggest differences between my own and others workI have the confidence to attempt the skillsI know that exercise is important for a healthy lifestyleI can follow a warm up and cool down safely using suitable activities
3 Trampolining National Curriculum Attainment Level 4 I can perform the basic shapes, rotations (at least 2 e.g. seat drop and front drop) and flight with fluency, strength and controlI can work creatively to link three or more skills together to make a short sequenceI can give positive feedback when comparing my own performance to a partnersI demonstrate confidence when performing a sequence to othersI can warm up and cool down independently, understanding the importance of exercising when trampolining
4 Trampolining National Curriculum Attainment Level 5 I can perform shapes, rotations, and flight with consistent precision, tension and controlI can work imaginatively to select and combine five or more skills clearly, and demonstrate them accurately within a sequenceI can analyse and comment on my own and other’s work, using feedback referring to compositional dynamics (shape, tension, clarity, and control) to improve my performanceI can identify and work on physical components (e.g. strength and flexibility) which will allow me to perform my sequence with minimal errorsI can plan and organise activities which help the quality of my own and others trampolining workI can explain how the body reacts during trampolining and how it is essential to a healthy lifestyle
5 Trampolining National Curriculum Attainment Level 6 I can show evidence of a wider range of skills and ideas when performing movements, combinations and sequences, demonstrating consistent control, height and fluencyI can consistently apply advanced skills and strategies within a routine that demonstrates flair and originalityI can analyse how compositional aspects of a performance (e.g. clarity) have been used in my own and others work, suggesting ways to modify and improveI can identify which physical components (e.g. strength and flexibility) others need to improve on in order to perform their sequence with minimal errorsI can understand how the different components of fitness affect performance and explain how different types of exercise contribute to my fitness and health
6 Trampolining National Curriculum Attainment Level 7 I can consistently demonstrate advanced skills and techniques when performing movements, combinations and sequences, always showing high standards of precision, control and originality in sequences and routinesI can structure performances into a logical form and select skills and strategies that demonstrate variety in my workI can critically evaluate my own and others work, showing an understanding of how to implement strategic plans to refine, adapt and improve performancesI can use motivational qualities (e.g. leadership) to enhance my own and others performancesI can explain the principles of training and apply them effectivelyI can take on different roles within an activity, showing organisation, and effective communication
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