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KEY STAGE 3 ASSESSMENT- ATHLETICS (HJ) Statement Level 3 1

Run up lacks speed & rhythm. High jump may show some shape. Take off lacks lift. Poor technique over bar low hips or may look like scissors. Run up shows some attack. Take off still lacks speed & attack. May be too close or far from bar. Flight shows some technique may still be crouched. Run up shows some attack. Take off still lacks attack. May be too close or far from bar. Flight shows some technique. Run up should show correct shape. Take off shows some attack. Leading leg shows some drive upwards.

2
May land on wrong part of body & face in the wrong direction.

3
Can identify and describe elements of performance and technique which are effective. Can explain what needs to be practised and improved but still needs guidance Can self-evaluate and identify basic points which they need to work on. Can help themselves Can self-evaluate and identify basic points which they need to work on. Can help themselves Can design and implement basic training programme. Can identify priorities for improvement and use their initiative to improve themselves Can plan and implement a performance programme of their own and for others Can plan and implement a performance programme of their own and for others

4
Some guidance needed, but can apply basic principles of warm-up, using exercises appropriate to the event Can apply principles of warm-up/cool down, specific exercises shown Can apply principles of warm-up/cool down, specific exercises shown Can plan appropriate warm-up and stretches for events and individually Can lead small group in warm-up and cool down Can lead small group in warm-up and cool down

4 5 6 7 8

Landing still not on correct part of body & still resembles a scissors jump. Landing still not on correct part of body.

Lay out position shows some arch. Landing may be on correct part of body but still facing in wrong direction. Run up should show correct shape. Lay out position shows Take off shows some attack. Leading more arch. Landing leg shows some drive upwards assisted may be on correct part by leading arm. of body. Run up shows correct shape with Excellent shape in excellent rhythm. The leading leg flight. Good landing on drives vigorously assisted by leading correct body part. arm. Correct position in relation to bar.

KEY STAGE 3 ASSESSMENT- ATHLETICS (LJ & TJ)


Statement Level 3

1
Will have little idea of how to set out a run up, which will also be slow, Take off lacks attack and lift. No leg shoot and legs underneath. Some idea of how to set out a run up, which lacks speed. Take off shows some attack but no conviction. No leg shoot and rhythm. Some idea of how to set out a run up, which may be faster. Take off shows some attack. No leg shoot and rhythm. Better idea of how to set out a run up. Some speed in approach. Take off shows much more attack but still lacks lift. More speed and legs starting to get fwd. More idea of how to set out a run up. Some speed and good sprinting action in approach. Take off shows much more attack/lift. More speed and legs starting to get fwd. Able to set out a run up. Faster approach and good sprinting action. Starting to transfer speed and lift into take off. Leg-shoot starting to appear.

2
LJ - no idea of hang or other technique. TJ - no rhythm, no step and runs out of speed LJ - simple form of technique may start to emerge. TJ - 2 phases not well spaced, lacking in step phase. LJ - simple form of technique starts to emerge. TJ - 3 phases not well spaced, lacking in step phase. LJ - some idea of technique. TJ - Still lacks rhythm and phases. May run out of speed. LJ - some idea of technique and hang may appear. TJ - starting to show rhythm and phases. Speed better. LJ - more technique appears in flight plus leg shoot starting to appear. TJ - phasing better with step starting to contribute to jump.

3
Can identify and describe elements of performance and technique which are effective. Can explain what needs to be practised and improved but still needs guidance Can self-evaluate and identify basic points which they need to work on. Can help themselves

4
Some guidance needed, but can apply basic principles of warm-up, using exercises appropriate to the event Can apply principles of warm-up/cool down, specific exercises shown

5 6

Can self-evaluate and identify basic points which they need to work on. Can help themselves Can design and implement basic training programme. Can identify priorities for improvement and use their initiative to improve themselves Can plan and implement a performance programme of their own and for others Can plan and implement a performance programme of their own and for others

Can apply principles of warm-up/cool down, specific exercises shown Can plan appropriate warm-up and stretches for events and individually Can lead small group in warm-up and cool down

Can lead small group in warm-up and cool down

KEY STAGE 3 ASSESSMENT- FOOTBALL


Statement Level 3 4

1
Able to pass with some accuracy - over/under hit. Ball played too far in front when controlling. Unable to take pace off ball. Pass with accuracy - over /under hit. Ball played closer to body but sometimes loses control. Mainly uses inside of foot. Some control may fail to take pace off ball. Problems at different heights. Shows more technique and control. Passes accurately with correct part of foot. Ball played closer to body. Demonstrates control in isolation. Ball pushed forward ready for pass or dribble. May exhibit some individual skills in chosen position. Passes accurately with inside of the foot on the move. Demonstrates correct technique and timing in isolation. Can run at an opponent on strong side with close control. Good control on strong side. Can control on thigh, although ball not kept close. Passes accurately on the move. Demonstrates correct technique and timing while making passes in game. Good control on strong side. Can control on thigh and chest, although ball may not drop at feet. Can run at an opponent on strong side with close control and beat regularly. Passes accurately on the move. Demonstrates correct technique and timing while making all

2
Show uncertainty in understanding team tactics. More effective in team situations. However, will prefer others to take control. More effective in game situations.

3
Can describe what they do best, and will work on ideas that they are given to improve Will be able to identify strengths/weaknesses in individuals in terms of technique Will be able to identify strengths/weaknesses in individuals in terms of technique / tactics

4
Know that they need to prepare safely for games follow warm-up routine Devise effective warm-up routines. Understand the importance of stretching Devise effective warm-up routines. Understand the importance of stretching & cooling down

Effective in game situations. Has some ability to influence game in attack or defence. Able to switch from attack to defence and appreciates some of the tactics involved. Effective in game situations. Has ability to influence game in attack and defence. Can use skills under pressure. Able to switch from attack to defence and appreciates the main tactics involved. Able to exert an influence on game in attack / defence. High level

Can use feedback to improve their performance and give basic coaching points to others

Independently warms-up and cools down for preparation and conditioning purposes Leads small group in warm-up/cool down taking into account the need for conditioning and skills work Leads small group in warm-up/cool down

Can implement practices/drills to aid performance. Can coach another player on a one-to-one

Can implement practices/drills to aid performance. Can coach

types of passing in game. Tight control while dribbling - both sides. Shows control with all parts of the body in game situation.

of tactical awareness.

another player on a one-to-one

taking into account the need for conditioning and skills work

KEY STAGE 3 ASSESSMENT- NETBALL


Statement Level 3 4

1
Chest bounce passes lack accuracy. Awkward when attempting to catch often drops ball. No signal given. Little evidence of footwork. Able to pass with two hands but lacks power and accuracy. Able to demonstrate footwork rule correctly. Has some difficulty getting free but makes little effort to mark the ball. Passes and catches effectively using both hands but passes lack power. Demonstrates correct footwork whilst catching including pivoting. Able to get free from and mark an opponent of similar standard. Good standard of passing showing accuracy and some power. Catches effectively with both hands demonstrating the correct Footwork whilst on the move. Gives signal to pass. Demonstrates a variety of passes, showing accuracy and power. Gives signal indicating where ball required. Able to get free from opponent using different methods. Effective marking of opponent and ball. Demonstrates a variety of passes, showing accuracy and power. Shows correct footwork when landing with clear signals indicating where

2
Show uncertainty in understanding team tactics. Unable to influence the game. Unable to get free or mark an opponent. Starts to become more effective in game situation but may be affected by pressures of game. More effective in game situations. Demonstrates good level of skill in chosen position. Plays effectively in game situation with success against opponent of similar standard. Competent in chosen position. Able to switch from attack to defence and appreciates some of the tactics involved. Plays effectively in the game in both attack and defence. Demonstrates sound level of skill and tactical awareness under pressure. Able to exert an influence on game in attack / defence. High level of tactical awareness.

3
Can describe what they do best, and will work on ideas that they are given to improve Will be able to identify strengths/weaknesses in individuals in terms of technique Will be able to identify strengths/weaknesses in individuals in terms of technique / tactics Can use feedback to improve their performance and give basic coaching points to others Can implement practices/drills to aid performance. Can coach another player on a one-toone Can implement practices/drills to aid performance. Can coach

4
Know that they need to prepare safely for games follow warm-up routine Devise effective warmup routines. Understand the importance of stretching Devise effective warmup routines. Understand the importance of stretching & cooling down Independently warms-up and cools down for preparation and conditioning purposes Leads small group in warm-up/cool down taking into account the need for conditioning and skills work Leads small group in warm-up/cool down taking into account the

ball required. Evidence of feet leaving ground to gain height. Able to get free from opponent using a variety of methods with evidence of stage three defending.

another player on a one-toone

need for conditioning and skills work

KEY STAGE 3 ASSESSMENT- BASKETBALL


Statement Level 3

1
Displays some control. Only uses 1 hand. Catching lacks consistency. Passes lack weight and direction. Cannot dribble and look up. Shoots from chest. Hits wrong part of backboard. May jump forward. No co-ordinated jump action. Maintains control using fingers. Uses one hand but is upright. Catching is more consistent but does not show for the ball. Shows better technique when passing(esp chest pass). Lacks drive. Shot lacks height. No effective shot phase. Poor timing of leg/arm phase. Maintains control using fingers. Uses one hand. Catching is more consistent. Shows better technique when passing and passes over long distances. More use of legs. No effective shot phase. Poor timing of leg/arm phase. Higher level of control. Uses either hand but one is weaker. Legs slightly bent with head up when dribbling. Catching is consistent. Good technique when passing. Some drive and ball laid up on strong side. Shot may lack height and accuracy. Effective standing jump shot. Higher level of control. Uses either hand but one is weaker. Body upright, legs slightly bent with head up when dribbling. Catching is consistent. including overhead. Good technique when passing. Uses bounce, jav and overhead. Head up, some drive and ball laid up on strong side. Shot has clear leg,arm and follow through but may lack height and accuracy. Effective standing jump shot.

2
Limited effectiveness in game. Difficulty with basic skills in game. Poor technique in positioning and stance. Lacks positional sense in offence. Can demonstrate basic skills in game but unlikely to threaten opponents basket regularly. Shows some idea of attacking positions More effective in game. Can demonstrate basic skills in game. Gets into better defensive positions. Shows some idea of attacking positions. May be used more effectively in game. Has an understanding of their defensive role and personal defence (stance). May have some understanding of role in offence. Used more effectively in game. Threatens opponents basket. Has an understanding of their defensive role and personal defence (stance) and of role in offence.

3
Can describe what they do best, and will work on ideas that they are given to improve Will be able to identify strengths/weaknesses in individuals in terms of technique Will be able to identify strengths/weaknesses in individuals in terms of technique / tactics Can use feedback to improve their performance and give basic coaching points to others Can implement practices/drills to aid performance. Can coach another player on a oneto-one

4
Know that they need to prepare safely for games follow warm-up routine Devise effective warmup routines. Understand the importance of stretching Devise effective warmup routines. Understand the importance of stretching & cooling down Independently warms-up and cools down for preparation and conditioning purposes Leads small group in warm-up/cool down taking into account the need for conditioning and skills work

Able to change direction and is effective with both hands. Appropriate use of ball protection. All catching is good. Passes effectively on move. Uses variety and deception. Signals. Strong drive. Weaker on non dominant side and may not use weaker hand to lay up. Good timing and lands in correct position. Very effective standing jump shot.

Shows good level of skill. Can have an influence on game in attack and defence. Understands team tactics. Threatens opponents by scoring and assisting.

Can implement practices/drills to aid performance. Can coach another player on a oneto-one

Leads small group in warm-up/cool down taking into account the need for conditioning and skills work

KEY STAGE 3 ASSESSMENT- RUGBY


Statement Level 3 4 5

1
Unable to pass with accuracy in moving situation. Catches with limited effectiveness. Will tackle from the rear in controlled practice. Will lose possession easily if tackled in open play. Pass with accuracy with stronger hand at 3/4 pace in passive situations. Often fails to select correct type of pass. Begins to be able to swerve. Will not secure possession when tackled. Effectively tackles from rear. Passes on the run with stronger hand in passive and pressure situations. Will pass ball down line at pace. Able to tackle effectively in structured practice. Can pass at speed from dominant hand. Demonstrates change of pace. Able to tackle effectively and ruck in structured practice / game. Can pass at speed from dominant hand and at reduced pace from both hands. Demonstrates change of pace and swerve. Able to tackle effectively and ruck and maul in structured practice / game.

2
Not effective in game situations. Basic skills are not developed sufficiently to have an impact on game. Avoids contact. More effective in game situations. Basic skills are more evident,but is unable to use them under pressure. More effective in game situations. Basic skills are more evident. Is able to gain ground. More vocal and involved in game. Shows understanding of attacking or defensive play. Increased involvement for the contact situation in attack or defensive role. More vocal and involved in game. Ability to influence game evident. Shows understanding of attacking and defensive play. Increased involvement for the contact situation in attack and defensive role.

3
Can describe what they do best, and will work on ideas that they are given to improve Will be able to identify strengths/weaknesses in individuals in terms of technique Will be able to identify strengths/weaknesses in individuals in terms of technique / tactics Can use feedback to improve their performance and give basic coaching points to others Can implement practices/drills to aid performance. Can coach another player on a oneto-one

4
Know that they need to prepare safely for games follow warm-up routine Devise effective warmup routines. Understand the importance of stretching Devise effective warmup routines. Understand the importance of stretching & cooling down Independently warmsup and cools down for preparation and conditioning purposes Leads small group in warm-up/cool down taking into account the need for conditioning and skills work

Passes accurately at pace from dominant hand and is confident off both hands. Avoids tackles with swerve. Tackles to a high standard using dominant shoulder. Can support rucks / mauls & Loop and scissor.

Able to exert an influence on game in attack / defence. Very aware of teamwork and makes a few unforced errors.

Can implement practices/drills to aid performance. Can coach another player on a oneto-one

Leads small group in warm-up/cool down taking into account the need for conditioning and skills work

KEY STAGE 3 ASSESSMENT- GYMNASTICS


Statement Level 3

1
Attempts basic rolls / balances / cartwheel with some body control. Cannot vault. Needs some help to get on/off apparatus Attempts basic rolls / balances / cartwheel with limited style. Attempts basic vaults limited control no style. Needs some help to get on/off apparatus

2
Able to link together simple movements when constructing sequence. Lacks flow and rhythm. Able to link together simple movements when constructing sequence. Some degree of control.

3
Can comment on strengths of a performance, but needs prompting and guidance. Works willingly on suggestions to improve work Comments on strengths/weaknesses with correct terminology. Can put together safe and effective exercises that improve performance Comments on strengths/weaknesses with correct terminology. Can put together safe and effective exercises that improve performance Analyse their own and others work, picking out areas to improve in both skill and composition. Good terminology used Prioritise and take action to develop, refine and improve their work. Clear and accurate judgements about

4
Warm up safely can use a small range of exercises that suit their work Warm-up effectively for their sequence. Can lead a small group

Able to perform basic rolls / balances / cartwheel with limited style but more body control. Can perform basic vaults with some control and style. More competent in mounting equipment. Encounters problems with dismount Able to perfrom basic rolls / balances / cartwheel with style and more body control. Can perform basic vaults with control and more style. More competent in mounting and dismounting equipment. Able to perform rolls / balances / cartwheel with style and control. Can perform basic vaults with control and style. More advanced vaults may require assistance.

Able to link together simple movements when constructing sequence. Some degree of control and style. Able to link movements with higher degree of control. Attempts more advanced moves poor execution. Able to link movements with higher degree of control and performance Attempts more

Warm-up effectively for their sequence. Can lead a small group

Uses warm up and cool down routines for conditioning and preparation purposes Prepare for activity taking into account the need for conditioning and skills work

Can mount and dismount without assistance

advanced moves better execution. Able to link movements with good degree of control / flow and style. Higher degree of advanced moves.

Able to perform rolls / balances / cartwheel with good style and control. Able to perform a more advanced vault. Good mount and dismount.

the quality of their own/others work Prioritise and take action to develop, refine and improve their work. Clear and accurate judgements about the quality of their own/others work

Prepare for activity taking into account the need for conditioning and skills work

KEY STAGE 3 ASSESSMENT- BADMINTON


Statement Level 3

1
Student has difficulty in playing the shuttle. Contact is inconsistent, only returning shots within reach. Unable to influence game with skills not in evidence during play. May exhibit some individual skill although these sometimes break down under pressure of a game. Rallies are more consistent but made up of forehand strokes hit above the head. Rallies ended by mistakes rather than point winning shots. Exhibits individual skills and is more effective in game situation. Rallies are maintained but made up of mainly forehand strokes hit above the head. Rallies ended by mistakes rather than point winning shots. Will exhibit some advanced individual skills although these sometimes break down under pressure of a game. Rallies are maintained but made up of forehand strokes hit above head from mid-court to mid-court. A good standard of technique shown on most shots, some of which will have the correct flight path. Begins to move well about the court

2
Understanding of tactics is poor; content just to get shuttle over net. Needs guidance as to where to stand in the court at service. Unsure of scoring systems and court markings. Game play needs greater variation of angles and length if it is to become more effective. Understands positioning at service but often fails to reposition during a rally. Shows evidence of understand scoring systems but may get confused with court markings. More effective in game, but needs greater variation of angle and length. Has a good understanding of positioning at service and begins to reposition during a rally. Understands the scoring systems. Effective in game situation, but needs greater variation of angles and length. Has a good understanding of positioning at service, but during a rally fails to reposition. Can use scoring system effectively. Has ability to influence game. Is aware of partners position in doubles using front and back and side by side formations.

3
Describe what they do best, and will work on ideas that they are given to improve Will be able to identify strengths/weaknesses in individuals in terms of technique Will be able to identify strengths/weaknesses in individuals in terms of technique / tactics Can identify basic strengths and weaknesses in own and others techniques, shot selection and tactics Can identify and prioritise aspects of improvement. Can put together practices to

4
Know that they need to prepare safely for games Recognise and explain the importance of getting ready for games follow appropriate warm-up Recognise and explain the importance of getting ready for games follow appropriate warm-up / cool down Devise effective warm-up routines. Understand the importance of cooling down Prepare for activity taking into account the need for

allowing preparation time to return shots. Shows anticipation of opponents shots. A good standard of technique shown on all shots, most of which will have the correct flight path. Good movement about the court and net shots played from the lunging racket foot.

Able to exert influence on game. Good range of strokes and tactics in evidence in rallies. Shows anticipation of opponents shots and the ability to disguise some shots. Varies angle and depth of shots making few unforced errors. Uses a combination of front and back and side by side formations.

improve performance. Can coach another player Can identify and prioritise aspects of improvement. Can put together practices to improve performance. Can coach other players

conditioning and skills work Prepare for activity taking into account the need for conditioning and skills work

KEY STAGE 3 ASSESSMENT- ATHLETICS (RUNNING) Statement Level 3 1


Has little idea of how to set out the start position. May come up too soon. Poor head carriage & tight shoulders. In distance races has no pace judgement. Uneconomical style.

2
Carries baton in wrong hand, reacts early. Slows down too soon, fail to place baton properly, offers wrong hand or stands in wrong position in lane.

3
Can identify and describe elements of performance and technique which are effective. Can explain what needs to be practised and improved but still needs guidance Can self-evaluate and identify basic points which they need to work on. Can help themselves Can self-evaluate and identify basic points which they need to work on. Can help themselves Can design and implement basic training programme. Can identify priorities for improvement and use their initiative to improve themselves. Can plan and implement a performance programme

4
Some guidance needed, but can apply basic principles of warmup, using exercises appropriate to the event Can apply principles of warm-up/cool down, specific exercises shown Can apply principles of warm-up/cool down, specific exercises shown Can plan appropriate warm-up and stretches for events and individually Can lead small group in warm-up

4 5 6 7

Has some idea of how to set out the start position, but head too high. Head may lack stability with tight shoulders lacking drive from arms & legs. In distance races has some pace judgement but little tactical awareness. Has some idea of how to set out the start position. Head may lack stability with tight shoulders lacking drive from arms or legs. In distance races has some pace judgement but little tactical awareness. Has a more economical style. Has a good idea of how to set out the start position. Head is more stable & is looser in the shoulders. Arms & leg drive more apparent. In distance races able to judge pace more accurately, economic style more apparent, but will lose towards end of race. Has a good idea of how to set out the start position. Head is more stable & looser in the

In relay doesn't sprint hard into box, may lack confidence in the exchange. May use check marks but in the race doesn't make best use. Unsure when offering hand - too high / low, making it difficult for incoming runner In relay doesn't sprint hard into box, may lack confidence in the exchange. May use check marks. Unsure when offering hand - too high / low. In relay uses correct hand for position in team. Usually comes into box with some speed. Has some knowledge of check marks. Knows roughly when to set off but may lack confidence. Gets correct hand back but may be too high / low. In relay uses correct hand for position in team. Comes into box with some speed. Has

shoulders. Arms drive in good line. Leg drive apparent. In distance races able to judge pace more accurately. Economic style more apparent, but may lose towards end of race. Sprint start shows quite a good pick up. Posture is good & maintained for most of the race. In distance races will show good pace judgement & economical style throughout. Begins to show tactical awareness.

knowledge of check marks & knows roughly when to set off. Gets correct hand back. In relay comes into exchange with speed. Knows which hand to use & why. Uses correct position in lane. Can set out check marks & assume correct position in lane & demonstrates correct exchange technique.

of their own and for others Can plan and implement a performance programme of their own and for others

and cool down

Can lead small group in warm-up and cool down

KEY STAGE 3 ASSESSMENT- ATHLETICS (THROWS) Statement Level 3 1


Little idea of grip. May over prepare. Probably only uses standing throw. Wrong or poor angle of release.

2
Should have clear idea of safety and some simple rules of competition.

3
Can identify and describe elements of performance and technique which are effective. Can explain what needs to be practised and improved but still needs guidance Can self-evaluate and identify basic points which they need to work on. Can help themselves Can self-evaluate and identify basic points which they need to work on. Can help themselves Can design and implement basic training programme. Can identify priorities for improvement and use their initiative to improve themselves. Can plan and implement a performance programme of

4
Some guidance needed, but can apply basic principles of warm-up, using exercises appropriate to the event

4 5 6

May not get into the correct position. Probably have problem with movement but can produce an effective standing throw. Some idea of grip in chosen throw. Little movement but can produce an effective standing throw. Correct grip used in chosen throw. Gets into a better position. Lack of speed in movement. May execute throw in wrong position. Correct grip used in chosen throw. Gets into a better position.

While releasing may finish incorrectly. Shows an awareness of safety rules or knows basic rules of competition. Shows an awareness of safety rules and knows basic rules of competition. May lack drive. High awareness of safety or good knowledge of rules and competition.

Can apply principles of warm-up/cool down, specific exercises shown Can apply principles of warm-up/cool down, specific exercises shown Can plan appropriate warmup and stretches for events and individually

High awareness of safety and good knowledge of rules and

Can lead small group in warm-up and cool down

Correct grip used in chosen throw. Good preparation, good position and controlled. Shows some speed in movement. Much more drive.

competition. Timing becoming evident. Better angle of release. High awareness of safety and knowledge or rules of competition. Good timing and rhythm starting to appear.

their own and for others Can plan and implement a performance programme of their own and for others Can lead small group in warm-up and cool down

KEY STAGE 3 ASSESSMENT- CRICKET Statement Level 3 4 5 6 7 1


Has some idea of batting stance. Limited footwork. Shots hit in the air & mainly down leg. Limited control of line & length often erratic delivery. Can play attacking shots only but affected by incorrect footwork. Basic bowling action with average line & length. Can play defensive & attacking shots, although technique awkward. Attacking skills evident but affected by incorrect footwork. Can bowl with a run up & basic bowling action with reasonable line & length. Uses correct technique in defensive or attacking shots. Usually able to play correct shot for ball bowled. Correct technique for fwd or back defensive shots. Uses correct technique in bowling action with good line & length. Some spin / swing evident. Uses correct technique in defensive & attacking shots. Able to play correct shot for ball bowled. Correct technique for fwd & back defensive shots. Uses correct technique in bowling action with good line & length. Some spin, swing or movement off the

2
Can stop the ball with basic stops & can throw ball over short distance. Difficulty catching & performing basic skills in game. Can perform long barrier with some technique. More accurate throws over a short distance. More effective in game. May exhibit a small number of individual skills. Can perform long barrier. Accurate throws over a short distance. More effective in game. May exhibit some individual skills. Can consistently catch ball. Demonstrates some ability to influence game in batting or bowling. Can consistently catch ball & return to WK. WK will cleanly field all returns & take all bowling. Able to anticipate & adjust fielding position according to pace of the ball. Demonstrates ability to

3
Can describe what they do best, and will work on ideas that they are given to improve Will be able to identify strengths/weaknesses in individuals in terms of technique Will be able to identify strengths/weaknesses in individuals in terms of technique / tactics Can use feedback to improve their performance and give basic coaching points to others Can implement practices/drills to aid performance. Can coach another player on a one-toone

4
Know that they need to prepare safely for games follow warm-up routine Devise effective warm-up routines. Understand the importance of stretching Devise effective warm-up routines. Understand the importance of stretching & cooling down Independently warmsup and cools down for preparation and conditioning purposes Leads small group in warm-up/cool down taking into account the need for conditioning and skills work

seam evident. High level of technique in defensive & attacking shots. Able to control shots & place the ball. Fwd & back defensive shots are dominant. When bowling, able to make full use of run up, demonstrating correct foot placement & follow through when releasing ball. Effective spin or swing. Consistent line & length.

influence game in batting or bowling. Able to stop catch & pick up ball with either hand. Throws accurately to WK. WK will move effectively behind stumps. Able to exert influence on game in batting, bowling & fielding. Few unforced errors. High level of skill & tactical awareness.

Can implement practices/drills to aid performance. Can coach another player on a one-toone

Leads small group in warm-up/cool down taking into account the need for conditioning and skills work

KEY STAGE 3 ASSESSMENT- ROUNDERS


Statement Level 3 4 5

1
Has some idea of batting stance, rarely makes contact. Demonstrates basic bowling action. Inconsistent with high % of no balls. Demonstrates batting stance. Contact with less than 40% of balls. Little control and direction. Evidence of stepping action and balls more consistent - fewer no balls. No evidence of variety. Demonstrates batting stance, good grip, contact with less than 50% of balls. Little control. Evidence of correct stepping action and balls more consistent - fewer no balls. Some evidence of variety. Demonstrates correct batting stance, good grip, contact with 50-60% of balls. Can sometimes place ball according to field placings. Evidence of correct stepping action and balls more consistent - a few no balls. Evidence of variety -speed or height. Adopts correct batting stance with good grip, contact with 50-70% of balls. Can place ball according to field placings. Stepping action more fluent and balls more consistent - very

2
Shows basic throwing/catching over short distance - poor technique/ little consistency. Can't throw over-arm/return from deep areas. Shows over-arm & underarm throwing with some accuracy. Can sometimes catch ball at different heights/speeds. Struggles to get ball back to base quickly/accurately. Plays in favourite position. More effective in game Shows over-arm & underarm throwing with some accuracy. Can regularly catch ball at different heights/speeds. Struggles to get ball back to base quickly/accurately. Plays in favourite position. More effective in game. Shows over-arm & underarm throwing with accuracy. Can regularly catch ball confidently. Can usually return ball. back to base quickly/accurately. Can use long barrier. Can sometimes catch some balls from deep field. More consistent in game. Demonstrates over-arm & underarm throwing with consistent accuracy. Can catch ball confidently. Can return ball back to base quickly/accurately. Can pick up ball on run and use long barrier. Little difficulty in catching balls from deep field. More

3
Can describe what they do best, and will work on ideas that they are given to improve Will be able to identify strengths/weaknesses in individuals in terms of technique Will be able to identify strengths/weaknesses in individuals in terms of technique / tactics Can use feedback to improve their performance and give basic coaching points to others Can implement practices/drills to aid performance. Can coach another player

4
Know that they need to prepare safely for games follow warmup routine Devise effective warm-up routines. Understand the importance of stretching Devise effective warm-up routines. Understand the importance of stretching & cooling down Independently warms-up and cools down for preparation and conditioning purposes Leads small group in warm-up/cool down taking into account the need for

few no balls. Evidence of variety -speed and height. Adopts good ready position. Regular contact with 70 - 80% of balls. Can place ball according to field placings into open areas. Stepping action fluent and balls more consistent - occasional no ball. Evidence of variety -speed, height and spin.

significant contribution in game and carries out skills with consistency. Can demonstrate all skills and can sometimes anticipate where ball is going. Can return ball to bases accurately. Can use long barrier and pick up ball on the run, chasing or attacking ball. Can catch ball consistently in from deep field. Significant contribution in game in 2 of 3 areas (batting,fielding,bowling). Makes very few errors. Sometimes backs up/field off bases.

on a one-to-one Can implement practices/drills to aid performance. Can coach another player on a one-to-one

conditioning and skills work Leads small group in warm-up/cool down taking into account the need for conditioning and skills work

KEY STAGE 3 ASSESSMENT- HOCKEY


Statement Level 3 4

1
Demonstrates push and slap hit but both lack power and accuracy. Able to receive and control easy passes. There is little evidence of stick and ball control when moving with the ball. Demonstrates competent push and slap hits but both lack power. Able receive and use basic footwork for ball control. When moving with the ball maintains good control but shows no peripheral vision. Demonstrated confident push and slap hit showing some power. Able to receive and use basic footwork to bring ball under control. Achieves some success when tackling, showing some evidence of timing with the correct body position. Demonstrates a good push, slap hit and hit, with good footwork and accuracy. Can receive ball and bring under control on open and reverse stick side.

2
Participates in game with limited effectiveness. Difficulty performing basic skills in game situation. Starts to become more effective in the game. Attempts to pass the ball but lacks awareness of other players. Little awareness of basic positioning. More effective in game situations.

3
Can describe what they do best, and will work on ideas that they are given to improve Will be able to identify strengths/weaknesses in individuals in terms of technique Will be able to identify strengths/weaknesses in individuals in terms of technique / tactics Can use feedback to improve their performance and give basic coaching points to others Can implement

4
Know that they need to prepare safely for games follow warm-up routine Devise effective warmup routines. Understand the importance of stretching Devise effective warmup routines. Understand the importance of stretching & cooling down Independently warmsup and cools down for preparation and conditioning purposes Leads small group in

Passes accurately on the move. Demonstrates

Effective in game situations. Has some ability to influence game in attack or defence. Able to switch from attack to defence and appreciates some of the tactics involved. Effective in game situations. Has

correct technique and timing while making passes in game. Good control on strong side. Begins to show evidence of reverse stick whilst moving with the ball.

Passes accurately on the move. Demonstrates correct technique and timing while making all types of passing in game. Tight control while dribbling both sides. Shows good individual skill.

ability to influence game in attack and defence. Can use skills under pressure. Able to switch from attack to defence and appreciates the main tactics involved. Able to exert an influence on game in attack / defence. High level of tactical awareness.

practices/drills to aid performance. Can coach another player on a oneto-one Can implement practices/drills to aid performance. Can coach another player on a oneto-one

warm-up/cool down taking into account the need for conditioning and skills work Leads small group in warm-up/cool down taking into account the need for conditioning and skills work

KEY STAGE 3 ASSESSMENT- TABLE TENNIS


Statement Level
3

1
May not hold bat correctly and use correct action. Demonstrates forehand and backhand shot in rally but played high and sometimes long. Correct service action but lacks pace and direction. Some movement but lacking any rhythm. Begins to hold bat correctly and use correct action. Plays basic forehand or backhand strokes, showing some control and direction. Ball begins to travel closer to the net. Correct service action. Footwork improving. Holds bat correctly and uses correct action. Plays basic forehand or backhand strokes, showing control and direction. Ball travels close to the net. Correct service action with at least two types of service. Footwork technically correct. Good grip and action. Good range of shots evident. Demonstrates topspin or backspin in some strokes. Demonstrates variety of service. Good footwork resulting in effective execution of some shots. Good grip to suit style of play and good action for shots. Good range of shots evident, showing power,

2
Participates in game with limited effectiveness. Difficulty performing basic skills in game situation. Starts to become more effective in the game. May show some individual skills although may be affected by pressures of the game. Able to maintain a rally for a while in game. Unforced errors apparent, usually as a result of over-hitting ball. More effective in game situations. May show some individual skills. Can maintain a steady rally in game situation. Some rallies won with effective shot. Unforced errors still apparent. Has some ability to influence game in attack or defence. Good command of skills, even under pressure. Shows some anticipation of opposition. Has ability to influence game in attack or defence. Good command of skills and

3
Can describe what they do best, and will work on ideas that they are given to improve Will be able to identify strengths/weaknesses in individuals in terms of technique Will be able to identify strengths/weaknesses in individuals in terms of technique / tactics Can use feedback to improve their performance and give basic coaching points to others Can implement practices/drills to aid

4
Know that they need to prepare safely for games follow warm-up routine Devise effective warm-up routines. Understand the importance of stretching

Devise effective warm-up routines. Understand the importance of stretching & cooling down Independently warms-up and cools down for preparation and conditioning purposes Leads small group in warm-up/cool down

control and accuracy. Demonstrates topspin and backspin in many strokes. Demonstrates variety of service, some using spin. Good, lively footwork resulting in effective execution of shots. 8 Good grip allowing a variety of shots to be played with good technique. Full range of shots evident. Imparts spin in many strokes. Demonstrates variety of service, many using spin. Can vary height or direction. Correct footwork with speed and balance evident.

tactical play evident, even under pressure. Shows some anticipation of opposition and makes adjustments. Able to switch from attack to defence effectively. Able to exert an influence on game in attack and defence. Makes few unforced errors. High level of skill and tactical awareness. Shows anticipation of opposition and makes adjustments

performance. Can coach another player on a one-toone Can implement practices/drills to aid performance. Can coach another player on a one-toone

taking into account the need for conditioning and skills work Leads small group in warm-up/cool down taking into account the need for conditioning and skills work