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					Key Stage 4 Physical Education




Scheme of work




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Key Stage 4 Physical Education

Scheme of Work - Levels and Content

Level 9-10                              Level 7-8                                 Level 5-6                               Level 3-4                                 Level 1-2
Content: Candidates at this level       Content: Pupils should be able to         Content: Candidates at this level       Content: Pupils should be able to         Content: Candidates at this level
will be able to demonstrate correct     demonstrate correct set-up and            will be able to demonstrate an          demonstrate correct set-up for all        should be able to demonstrate
set-up and action consistently within   action for all areas of the game,         understanding of pre-shot routines      areas of the game; however, they          correct technique for chipping,
all areas of the game.                  however, they may lack consistency        used to achieve correct set-up and      may lack consistency when                 putting and elements of Long Game;
 With Long Game they should be          during course play.                       action for all areas of the game,       demonstrating correct action. With        however, they will lack consistency
beginning to achieve distance and       With Long Game pupils should be           including greenside bunker shots,       Long Game pupils’ will be able to         when applying correct action. With
accuracy with Tee shots and             beginning to achieve accuracy with        however, they may lack consistently     demonstrate correct aim, grip stance      Long Game pupils’ will be able to
approach shots. With Short Game         Tee shots and approach shots over         when applying this during course        and posture during the swing and          demonstrate a correct grip and
pupils should be able to select and     medium distances. With Short              play. With Long Game pupils’ will       will be able to hit Tee shots through     should be able to hit the ball in the
apply a range of short game shots       Game they will be beginning to            be able beginning to achieve            the air onto a fairway over short         air fairly consistently; however shots
from around the green, including        demonstrate a range of shots from         accuracy with Tee shots over            distances. With Short Game they will      may lack accuracy or distance. With
green-side bunker shots, achieving a    around the green achieving accuracy       medium distances, however, they         be able to use a pitch shot as well as    Short Game pupils’ should be able
high degree of accuracy and distance    and distance control. With Putting        may lack accuracy with approach         a chip shot, achieving a degree of        to demonstrate a chip shot achieving
control and will be beginning to link   pupils’ will be able to ‘hole out’        shots. With Short Game pupils’          distance control. With Putting            a degree of distance control. With
skills of Short Game and Putting.       regularly and should demonstrate a        should be able to select and apply      pupils’ should be able to ‘hole out’      Putting they will be able to ‘hole
Within Putting pupils should be         high level of distance control for        the chip and pitch shot achieving       fairly consistently and will be able to   out’ fairly consistently but may lack
able to consistently ‘hole out’ and     long range putting fairly consistently.   accuracy and also the greenside         demonstrate good distance control         distance control with long range
should demonstrate a high level of      In terms of Rules & Etiquette             bunker shot with a high percentage      with long range putting over a short      putting. With Rules & Etiquette
distance control for long range         pupils’ should demonstrate a good         of shots landing on the green. With     number of holes. With Rules &             pupils’ should have a good
putting over a sustained period. In     understanding of different playing        Putting pupils’ should be able to       Etiquette they will be able to            understanding of safety issues and
terms of Rules & Etiquette pupils       and scoring formats and will              ‘hole out’ and demonstrate distance     demonstrate an understanding of           should understand how to play a
should understand how to obtain a       understand how to appropriately           control for long range putting fairly   rules relating to the green and will      golf hole. With Playing pupils’ will
handicap for golf and be able to        prepare for a game of golf. In            consistently. With Rules &              understand how to mark a                  be able to explain to others’ how to
demonstrate a good understanding        relation to Playing they will be able     Etiquette they should demonstrate       scorecard. With Playing pupils’           play a hole and should be able to
of the general rules of play. In        to demonstrate effective course           an understanding of rules relating to   should be able to apply knowledge         record a score of 7 shots or less for
relation to Playing candidates          management over 9-holes of golf           both the green and hazards and will     of how to play a golf hole and            a par-3 hole. All targets relating
should demonstrate effective course     and should be able to undertake           understand how to mark a                should be able to record a total for      to this level are contained
management over a full round of golf    shot analysis of their game to            scorecard. With Playing they will be    at least 3 par-3 holes. They will also    within the Junior Golf Passport
and be able to undertake shot           identify areas for improvement and        able to demonstrate effective course    be able to apply chipping, pitching       Level 1.
analysis on theirs’ and others games    plan a practice programme to work         management over a short number of       and putting technique when playing a
in order to plan and implement a        on these areas. All targets               full-course holes or over 9-holes on    par-3 hole and should be able to
practice routine for themselves and     relating to this level are                a par-3 course and should be able to    provide feedback to playing partners




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playing partners to work on             contained within the Junior Golf          apply a pre-shot routine for Long       on safety issues during course play.
identified weak areas. All targets      Passport Level 4.                         Game shots and Putting. All targets     All targets relating to this level
relating to this level are                                                        relating to this level are              are contained within the Junior
contained within the Junior Golf                                                  contained within the Junior Golf        Golf Passport Level 2.
Passport Level 5.                                                                 Passport Level 3.
Key Stage 4 Physical Education

Expectations

At the end of this unit

Most pupils will:
1. Understand aspects of safety, rules and etiquette and apply them in a practical and theoretical way
2. Demonstrate and apply correct technical elements of long game, short game and putting
3. Achieve Junior Golf Passport level 4 standards for long game, short game and putting
4. Select and use appropriate skills required to play a tee shot, approach shot, chip shot, pitch shot, greenside bunker shot and both long and short putts during course play
5. Achieve Junior Golf Passport level 4 standards for course play
6. Present personal pre-shot routines for the golf swing and putting stroke demonstrating correct technique



Some pupils will not have made so much progress and will:
1. Understand how to play a golf hole describing aspects of safety, rules and etiquette and begin to apply them in a practical way
2. Demonstrate and begin to apply correct technical elements for long game, short game and putting
3. Achieve Junior Golf Passport level 3 standards for long game, short game and putting
4. Select and use appropriate skills required to play a tee shot, chip shot, and both long and short putts during course play
5. Achieve Junior Golf Passport level 3 standards for course play
6. Understand and be able to use a scorecard during course play



Some pupils will have progressed further and will:
1. Understand how to obtain a golf handicap
2. Consistently apply correct technical elements for long game, short game and putting
3. Achieve Junior Golf Passport level 5 standards for long game, short game and putting
4. Select and use appropriate skills required to play a tee shot, approach shot, chip shot, pitch shot, greenside bunker shot and both long and short putts during course play
5. Achieve Junior Golf Passport level 5 standards for course play
6. Pass a ‘rules of golf’ test




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Key Stage 4 Physical Education

Expectations
Learning Objectives              Teaching Activities                                                Learning Outcomes                              Points to Note

Pupils should learn:             What is putting? The AGES system for correct set-up: Aim,
                                 Grip, Eyes, Stance and ‘Tick-Tock’ motion of putting stroke

• Understanding of the           • Teacher highlights different areas of a putter & safety issues   • Identify safety issues relating to putting   • Pupils may benefit from a diagram/picture of
  importance of safety             in relation to use of metal clubs/playing on a putting green/                                                     a putter to identify and name all areas of the
  aspects relating to              area – invite input from pupils                                                                                   club (links to ICT)
  putting

• How to demonstrate             • Teacher led demonstrations highlighting different elements       • Demonstrate correct set-up for putting
  correct technical                of AGES system.
  elements for putting
                                 • In pairs/small groups pupils practise ‘holing out’ 1 putters’    • Hole 3 out of 5 putts a putters length       • Key Skills: working with others as ‘Player’ and
These activities may take          length from the hole                                               from the hole                                  ‘Professional’ to highlight strengths &
2-3 weeks                                                                                           • Hole 4 out of 5 putts a putters length         weaknesses
                                                                                                      from the hole
                                 • In pairs/small groups pupils practise achieving distance         • Hole 5 out of 5 putts a putters length       • Teacher highlights importance of developing
                                   control using ‘Tick-Tock’ motion by playing a game, e.g.           from the hole                                  and applying a pre-shot routine for putting
                                   ‘bowls’, ‘Cliffhanger’                                           • Demonstrate distance control for
                                                                                                      putting                                      • Pupils’ answer questions - can be done
                                 • Teacher creates different scenarios to highlight rules &                                                          individually whilst groups are putting
                                   etiquette in relation to the green
                                                                                                                                                   • Incorporate uphill, downhill & sloping holes if
                                 • Pupils set-up and play a small ‘Putting Course’                  • Demonstrate a knowledge of rules &             possible
                                                                                                      etiquette relating to the green
                                                                                                    • Complete 3 putting holes in 7 shots or       • Use can be made of Junior Golf Passport
                                                                                                      better                                         material as reference guide and recording
                                                                                                    • Complete 9 putting holes in 20 shots or        method
                                                                                                      better
                                                                                                    • Complete 9 putting holes in 18 shots or
                                                                                                      better
                                                                                                    • Complete 18 putting holes in 36 shots
                                                                                                      or better




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Key Stage 4 Physical Education

Expectations
Learning Objectives              Teaching Activities                                              Learning Outcomes                                  Points to Note

Pupils should learn:              What is Short Game? Set-up and action for chipping,
                                  pitching and greenside bunker shots

• Understanding of the            • Teacher highlights different areas of a wedge & safety       • Identify safety issues relating to short game     • A ‘green’ could be marked using cones on a
  importance of safety              issues in relation to playing on a chipping green/practise                                                         field/astro-turf pitch
  aspects relating to short         area – invite input from pupils
  game

• How to demonstrate              • Teacher led demonstrations to focus on aim, grip, stance,    • Demonstrate correct set-up for chipping,          • Key Skills: Video could be used to highlight
  correct technical elements        posture & action.                                              pitching & greenside bunker shots                   strengths/weaknesses and identify targets for
  for chipping, pitching and                                                                                                                           improvement
  greenside bunker shots                                                                                                                             • A sand pit could be used for bunker shots

These activities may take         • In pairs/small groups pupils practise hitting short game     • Hit 3 out of 5 chip shots onto a green
between 3-4 weeks                   shots towards a green                                        • Hit 3 out of 5 pitch shots onto a green
                                                                                                 • Hit 3 out of 5 greenside bunker shots onto
                                                                                                   a green




                                  • In pairs/small groups pupils practise achieving distance     • Hit 3 out of 5 chip shots to within a flag        • A ‘hazard’, such as a bunker, could be marked
                                    control playing games, e.g. ‘Bullseye’,                        length of the hole                                  out using cones
                                                                                                 • Hit 3 out of 5 pitch shots, over a ‘hazard’, to   • Teacher highlights importance of developing
                                                                                                   within 2 flag lengths of the hole                   and applying a pre-shot routine for short
                                                                                                 • Hit 3 out of 5 greenside bunker shots to            game shots
                                                                                                   within 2 flag lengths of the hole
                                                                                                 • Hit 5 short game shots from different
                                                                                                   positions, at least 2 shots to be followed by
                                                                                                   a single putt

                                  • Teacher creates different scenarios to highlight rules &     • Demonstrate a knowledge of rules relating         • Pupils’ answer questions - can be done
                                    etiquette in relation to hazards                               to hazards                                          individually whilst groups are chipping




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Key Stage 4 Physical Education

Expectations
Learning Objectives              Teaching Activities                                                 Learning Outcomes                                 Points to Note

• Understanding of the            What is Long Game? Set-up and action for Tee shots and
  importance of safety            Approach shots
  aspects relating to long
  game                            • Pupils re-cap/identify safety issues relating to practising on   • Identify safety issues relating to long game
                                    a range/practice area
• How to demonstrate
  correct technical elements
  for Tee shots and Approach      • Teacher led demonstrations to focus on aim, grip, stance,        • Demonstrate correct grip                        • Initial shots to be played with a medium iron
  shots                             posture & action.                                                • Demonstrate correct stance and posture            (7-9 iron)

These activities may take
between 2-3 weeks                 • In pairs/small groups pupils practise hitting long game          • Hit 3 out of 5 shots in the air                 • A range could be simulated on a playing field
                                    shots towards a target                                           • Hit 3 out of 5 shots 30+ yards onto a fairway     using corner flags and cones
                                                                                                     • Hit 3 out of 5 shots 60+ yards onto a fairway


                                  • In pairs/small groups pupils practise achieving distance         • Hit 3 out of 5 Tee shots 80+ yards onto a       • Use 5-irons – 3W for Tee shots
                                    using longer irons – this could include playing games, e.g.        fairway
                                    ‘Longest Drive’                                                  • Hit 3 out of 5 Tee shots100+ yards onto a
                                                                                                       fairway

                                  • Teacher highlights importance of developing and applying a
                                    pre-shot routine for long game



                                  • In pairs/small groups pupils practise achieving accuracy         • Develop a pre-shot routine for the swing        • A ‘green’ could be marked out using cones
                                    using mid-irons – this could include playing games, e.g.                                                           • Use 8-iron – Wedge for Approach shots
                                    ‘Artillery Command’                                                                                                • Encourage pupils’ to hit shots without using a
                                                                                                                                                         Tee Peg
                                                                                                     • Hit 3 out of 5 fairway shots 50+ yards onto a
                                                                                                       green
                                                                                                     • Hit 3 out of 5 fairway shots 75+ yards onto a




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                                                                                                       green
Key Stage 4 Physical Education

Expectations
Learning Objectives              Teaching Activities                                                    Learning Outcomes                                    Points to Note

Pupils should learn:              What is Playing? How to play golf and record a score using
                                  different formats on a golf course

• Understanding the               • Pupils identify safety issues relating to playing holes on a golf   • Identify safety issues relating to playing
  importance of safety in           course
  relation to course play

• Understanding of how to         • Teacher led demonstration of playing process for a par-3            • Demonstrate knowledge of how to play a             • Ask pupils’ to explain method for playing a
  play golf on a course             hole: Tee shot, chip/pitch shot, putting, order of play, scoring,     golf hole                                            hole to others’
                                    etc.                                                                • Demonstrate an understanding of how to             • A par-3 hole could be simulated on a playing
                                                                                                          mark a scorecard                                     field

• Understanding of how to       • In pairs/small groups pupils practise playing a series of par-3       • Play a par-3 hole                                  • Pupils’ provide feedback on safety issues
  record a score over a           holes                                                                 • Play a par-3 hole in 7 shots or less                 during course play
  round of golf using different                                                                         • Play 3 par-3 holes in 18 shots or less             • Assess application of short game and putting
  scoring formats                                                                                                                                              technique during play




These activities may involve      • In pairs/small groups pupils practise playing a series of full-     • Play 9 par-3, or 5 full-course holes in 45         • Pupils should be encouraged to apply pre-
the need for Out of Hours           course holes or a round of 9 par-3 holes                              shots or less                                        shot routines for all areas of the game
Learning. Assessment of                                                                                 • Play 9 par-3 or 5 full-course holes in 40          • Pupils’ should demonstrate effective course
identified criteria could                                                                                 shots or less                                        management
involve input from a PGA
Professional/Golf Club Junior
Organiser
                                                                                                                                                             • Pupils’ should be able to undertake shot
                                                                                                                                                               analysis during course play of theirs’ and
                                                                                                                                                               others’ games to identify areas for
                                                                                                        •   Play 9 full-course holes in 70 shots or less       improvement
                                  • In pairs/small groups pupils practise playing 9 or 18 full-         •   Play 9 full-course holes in 65 shots or less     • Plan practise programme to work on
                                    course holes                                                        •   Play 9 full-course holes in 60 shots or less       identified areas for improvement




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                                                                                                        •   Play 18 full-course holes in 110 shots or less
                                                                                                        •   Understanding of different playing/scoring
                                                                                                            formats
Key Stage 4 Physical Education

Expectations
Learning Objectives              Teaching Activities                                               Learning Outcomes                               Points to Note

                                  The Golfers’ Code - A guide to positive behaviour and
Pupils should learn:              conduct (Rules & Etiquette)

• Understanding of the            • Pupils identify safety issues in each lesson                   • Answer safety questions                       • Ongoing assessment
  importance of safety in
  relation to all aspects of
  the game

• Rules and etiquette relating    • Teacher led demonstration of rules & etiquette relating to     • Demonstrate knowledge of rules & etiquette    • Pupils’ could be asked to make decisions in
  to all aspects of the game        the green – e.g. position of flag-stick, marking a ball,         relating to the green                           relation to different scenarios on & around
                                    repairing pitchmark, etc.                                                                                        the green
                                                                                                                                                   • This could be created during a putting or
                                                                                                                                                     short game lesson (see Putting)


                                  • Teacher led demonstration of relating to hazards, i.e. water   • Demonstrate an understanding rules relating   • This could be created during short game
                                    hazard – e.g. penalty strokes, dropping the ball, etc.           to hazards                                      lesson (see Short Game)


• An understanding of how         • Pupils take part in a rules & etiquette quiz or test           • Demonstrate knowledge of preparation for a    • Example quiz/test available from the Golf
  to prepare for golf                                                                                round of golf                                   Foundation

These activities may involve      • Teacher led discussion into being a junior member at a golf    • Demonstrate an understanding of how to        • Supporting information available from the
the need for Out of Hours           club                                                             obtain a golf handicap                          Golf Foundation
Learning or could take the
form of homework.




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Key Stage 4 Physical Education

Key Stage 4 Unit

AbOuT ThiS uNiT                                                   KEy ASPECTS

This unit focuses on the Striking and Fielding game of Golf,      Long game                                                    Rules & Etiquette
looking at skills, techniques and knowledge appropriate to        Pupils will:                                                 Pupils will:
the sport.                                                        • Consistently demonstrate correct set-up technique          • Demonstrate an understanding of safety issues for golf
                                                                  • Develop a pre-shot routine for the swing                   • Demonstrate knowledge of rules and etiquette relating to
Pupils will gain an understanding of the principals of:           • Hit 3 out of 5 Tee shots a minimum of 60 yards onto a        hazards
• Long game                                                         fairway                                                    • Demonstrate knowledge of different scoring formats for
• Short game                                                      • Hit 3 out of 5 Tee shots a minimum of 80 yards onto a        golf
• Putting                                                           fairway                                                    • Demonstrate knowledge of how to prepare for a round of
• Playing                                                         • Hit 3 out of 5 Approach shots a minimum of 50 yards          golf
• Rules and Etiquette                                               onto a green
• Health and Fitness in relation to golf                                                                                       health and Fitness
                                                                  Short Game                                                   Pupils will:
Pupils will also undertake to plan and implement strategies       Pupils will:                                                 • Demonstrate an understanding of practice routines for golf
to prepare for, approach and construct a score playing on a       • Demonstrate correct set-up for greenside bunker shots      • Research and implement a fitness programme for golf
full golf course.                                                 • Hit 3 out of 5 bunker shots onto a green                     based on a Tour Professional
                                                                  • Consistently demonstrate correct set-up for chipping and
Pupils will be encouraged to produce practice routines for          pitching                                                   Language for learning
different elements of golf and accurately record theirs and       • Hit 3 out of 5 chip shots onto a green to within a flag    Through this unit pupils will be able to understand, use and
other performance using different scoring systems for golf.         length of the hole                                         spell correctly words relating to:
They will also be required to work together engaging in           • Hit 3 out of 5 pitch shots over a hazard onto a green to   • Techniques and skills; hold, stance, posture, action, swing,
enquiry-based learning and problem solving when technically         within 2 flag lengths of the hole                            stroke, aim, ball position, chipping, pitching, holing out, long
evaluating their performance and that of others.                                                                                 game, short game, putting, playing
                                                                  Putting                                                      • Rules and Etiquette; honour, order of play, line of putt,
In carrying out these activities pupils will use ICT skills and   Pupils will:                                                   flagstick, pitchmark, marking a ball, fore, attending the
will follow a nationally recognised education programme for       • Consistently demonstrate correct set-up for putting          flagstick, penalty stroke, penalty drop, hazard
golf – The Golf Foundation’s Junior Golf Passport.                • Develop a putting routine                                  • Areas of a golf course; teeing area, fairway, green, bunker,
                                                                  • Complete 9 putting holes in 20 shots or less                 water hazard, lateral water hazard, apron of the green, hole,
This unit will normally take 20 hours                             • Hole 4 out of 5 putts a putters length from the hole         rough
                                                                  • Complete 9 putting holes in 18 shots or less               • Equipment relating to golf; tee, ball marker, iron, club,
                                                                                                                                 putter, ball, bag, scorecard, pencil
                                                                  Playing                                                      • Scoring formats for golf; stableford, matchplay, strokeplay,




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                                                                  Pupils will:                                                   medal play, texas scramble, foursomes, greensomes
                                                                  • Play 9 par-3 holes or 5 full-course holes in 45 shots or
                                                                    better
                                                                  • Play 9 par-3 holes or 5 full-course holes in 40 shots or
                                                                    better
                                                                  • Play 9 full-course holes in 70 shots or better
                                                                  • Play 9 full-course holes in 65 shots or better
Key Stage 4 Physical Education

Key Stage 4 Unit

Speaking and listening                                        Extension and enrichment exercises                              Future learning
• Enhance their skills of speaking in front of peers          • Practice skills and techniques at home and during out of      The activities covered in this unit will form the foundation
  performing the role of course Marshall or match referee       hours learning opportunities*                                 and background skills that will be used in the KS4 course.
• Analyse their own and others’ performances and comment      • Take part in school golf events either competitively or       The generic skills for Striking and Fielding will be used in
  on ways to improve                                            socially (e.g. British Heart Foundation Junior Golf           some areas of other Striking and Fielding games Generally
• Identify strengths and weaknesses in theirs’ and others’      Championships, Golf Foundation Weetabix Age Group             the skills developed in speaking and listening and the
  performance                                                   Championships                                                 understanding of Health and Fitness will be used in all other
• Lead a small group warm up                                  • Identify their local golf club and enquire about              areas of the Physical Education Scheme.
                                                                opportunities to receive additional coaching from a PGA
                                                                qualified golf professional, access to the golf course for    Prior learning
Resources                                                       playing purposes and junior membership opportunities          It is helpful if pupils refer back to:
• Balls                                                       • Identify their local Golf Foundation Starter Centre (see      • Prior experience of Golf at KS3 level and/or as an out of
• Clubs – (a variety of mid-irons and wedges, predominantly     Foundation Golf resources) to highlight opportunities to        hours activity
  right handed with 2-3 left handed)                            continue progression through the Junior Golf Passport (if     • Generic skills in common with other Striking and Fielding
• Putters (predominantly right handed with 2-3 left handed)     required)                                                       games
• Tees                                                        • Attend or watch live golf events to appreciate high quality   • Generic knowledge gained in Health and fitness from
• Markers (cones)                                               performance                                                     other units
• Ball markers                                                • Search the internet to find information about golf
• Flags
• Putting cups (for indoor use)                               *Out of hours learning opportunities may need to be
• Golf Foundation - resources including:                      adequately supervised due to the safety issues relating to
1. Games and activity cards                                   golf activities (i.e. practising long game).
2. CD Rom
3. Junior Golf Passport cards and Instruction manual
4. Worksheets for rules, etiquette quizzes (wet weather
   contingency)




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