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PE at key stages 1 and 2    (Year 5/6)

Unit 25: Striking and fielding games (2)

QCA
About this unit

In this unit children develop the range and quality of their skills and understanding. They learn how to play the different roles of bowler, wicket-keeper, backstop, fielder and batter.

In all games activities, children have to think about how they use skills, strategies and tactics to outwit the opposition. In striking and fielding games, players achieve this by striking a ball and trying to deceive or avoid fielders, so that they can run between wickets or around bases to score runs. When fielding, they try to prevent runs or points being scored.


Sections in this unit

This unit is divided into sections. Each section contains a sequence of activities with related objectives and outcomes. You can view this unit by moving through the sections or print/download the whole unit.
1. Acquiring and developing skills
2. Selecting and applying skills, tactics and compositional ideas
3. Knowledge and understanding of fitness and health
4. Evaluating and improving performance