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The warm-up should be spent in preparing the children’s hearts and lungs, joints and muscles, concentration and motivation, spatial and body awareness, in readiness for the session to follow. 1 Suggested progressive activities that build towards achieving forward rolls and handstands Forward roll Handstand extended Balances to learn stability sideways roll tucked sideways on two hands and two feet roll rolling from on two hands and one foot sitting rolling down a front support ramp rolling from side support right and left apparatus to mat rocking on the back support back rocking to stand up standing in a wide Shape—to learn extended, but stable straight straddle, place hands flat shape of handstand on floor in front, shoulder width apart, push body weight from feet front lying to hands, flex Knowledge and understanding of the six areas of activity 39 elbows, place shoulders side lying right and left on the mat, rock down the back to stand back lying from standing in standing squat, place hands as above standing on balls of feet (with arms extended, shoulder-width apart, by ears) Inversion shoulder balance headstand bunny jump useful to introduce the gymnastic activities that you intend to develop in the floor work during the warm-up phase.

What Teachers Should Know to Teach Games at Key Stage 1 In order to teach games at Key Stage 1, teachers should: ■ have a repertoire of basic actions and skills for sending, receiving and travelling ■ know what children need to do to perform those skills proficiently and safely ■ know how to observe children’s actions in order to give appropriate teaching points to aid progression ■ have a repertoire of many practice tasks and skill challenges in which children have fun and can experience success ■ be able to devise and organize simple games ■ be able to simplify and extend (differentiate) games activities to offer appropriate levels of challenge for different abilities ■ be able to manage large groups in an open space so that children may work freely, actively and safely ■ know how to manage equipment safely and effectively.

The training is designed to allow people to experience the games and to think about how to integrate them with the school’s curriculum planning. In many areas TOP Play and BT TOP Sport are well established and a wide range of other TOPS programmes, which focus on other areas of physical education for ages 18 months to 11 years, are being developed. Your local education authority, physical education advisor or sports development officer should be able to give you details of arrangements for TOPS training and initiatives in your local area.

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