Physical Education KS1 / KS2: Hybrid Sports - Attacking and Defending

Join commentators Johnny and Jasmine live from the arena as they introduce a selection of games, which have been modified for the classroom.

For example, badminton, basketball, cricket, football, hockey, netball, rounders and tennis.

They outline the basic principles and tactics of attack and defence; giving pupils the opportunity to join in throughout.

This is from the series: Let's Get Active

Teacher Notes

You could split your class into teams of 4 and set up games demonstrated in the clip; following the principles of attack and defence.

Pupils can score by making 5 successful passes, and a clear cut attacking opportunity could equate to goal.

Playing hybrid sports also allows for the development of team play and positive social interaction.

Key curriculum skills: Teamwork, throwing, catching, agility, movement, striking, passing, dribbling, shooting, principles of play.

Curriculum Notes

This clip will be relevant for teaching Physical Education. This topic appears in KS1 and KS2 in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and Early and First level and Second Level in Scotland.

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