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Year 5 Football Primary PE Lesson Plan Primary PE Planning

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Introducing our exceptional Football Lesson Plan Primary PE, specially designed to ignite a passion for football and develop the fundamental skills of budding athletes. This comprehensive 6-week scheme of work provides an engaging and structured approach to teaching Year 5 students the essential techniques and strategies of the beautiful game.

With a focus on skill development, teamwork, and game understanding, this lesson plan pack aims to create a solid foundation for students' football journey.

Whether they are beginners eager to learn or aspiring players looking to enhance their abilities, our Football Lesson Plan guarantees an enriching experience that combines physical activity, camaraderie, and the thrill of the sport. Get ready to kick off an exciting learning adventure and watch your students' football skills soar to new heights!

Key Information about our Year 5 Lesson Plans for Primary PE:

  • Skill Development: Our Football Lesson Pack focuses on building a strong foundation in the basic skills of football, such as ball control, passing, shooting, and defending. Students will have ample opportunities to practice and refine these skills through engaging activities and drills.
  • Game-Like Experience: Including small-sided games in the lesson pack allows students to apply their skills in a real game setting. This helps them understand the tactical aspects of football and improves their decision-making abilities on the field.
  • Collaboration and Teamwork: The lesson pack emphasises collaborative learning and teamwork. Students will work together in small groups, fostering communication, cooperation, and the development of social skills.
  • Ongoing Assessment: With ongoing assessment throughout the six weeks, teachers can track students' progress and provide timely feedback. This allows for targeted instruction and personalised support based on individual needs.
  • Cross-Curricular Integration: Our lesson pack includes cross-curricular links to literacy and numeracy, enhancing the learning experience by integrating football concepts with other subjects. This promotes a holistic approach to education.

Get ready to transform your Year 5 Physical Education class into skilled and knowledgeable football players with our comprehensive Football Lesson Pack. Whether students are beginners or have some experience, this pack provides the necessary tools and resources to help them improve their skills, enjoy the game, and foster a lifelong love for football.

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Four Key Benefits of using our Lesson Plans and Schemes of Works

1. Skill Development

This scheme of work is designed to help students develop basic football skills such as dribbling, passing, shooting, and defending. These skills are fundamental to playing football and will provide a solid foundation for students to build upon in the future.

2. Understanding of Game Principles

The scheme of work also aims to help students understand the principles of attack and defence in football. This understanding will enable them to make effective decisions during games and improve their overall performance.

3. Teamwork and Communication

Through this scheme of work, students will learn to work effectively in a team and communicate with their teammates. These are essential skills not only in football but also in many other aspects of life.

4. Physical Fitness and Health

Football is a physically demanding sport that can help improve cardiovascular health, strength, and flexibility. By participating in this scheme of work, students will engage in regular physical activity, which is crucial for maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

Scheme of Work outline for our lesson plans in Year 5 Football Primary PE 

Weeks 1-2:

Introduction to Basic Skills

In the first two weeks, the focus is on developing basic ball control and dribbling skills, and passing and receiving skills. Students start with warm-up activities that include jogging, stretching, and coordination exercises. They then move on to dribbling drills where they practice dribbling the ball through cones, changing direction and speed. Small-sided games are introduced to encourage students to use their dribbling skills to beat opponents and score goals. In the second week, passing drills are introduced. Students practice passing the ball to a partner using the inside and outside of their foot. They also practice receiving the ball and passing it back quickly. Small-sided games continue with the addition of goalkeepers, and students are encouraged to use their passing skills to create scoring opportunities.

Week 3-4:

Developing Shooting and Defensive Skills

During weeks three and four, the focus shifts to developing shooting and defensive skills. The warm-up activities continue, followed by shooting drills. Students practice shooting at the goal from different angles and distances, and they also practice one-on-one situations with the goalkeeper. Small-sided games are expanded to 5v5 games with goalkeepers, and students are encouraged to use their shooting skills to score goals. In the fourth week, defensive drills are introduced. Students practice marking and tackling techniques, intercepting passes, and blocking shots. Small-sided games continue with the emphasis on using defensive skills to stop opponents from scoring goals.

Weeks 5-6:

Enhancing Teamwork and Evaluating Progress

In the final two weeks, the focus is on developing teamwork and communication skills, and applying skills in a game situation while evaluating progress. Warm-up activities continue, and passing and movement drills are introduced. Students practice passing and moving into space, communicating with their teammates, and making runs to create scoring opportunities. Small-sided games are expanded to 6v6 games with goalkeepers, and students are encouraged to work together and communicate effectively to score goals. In the final week, students play a full football game to apply their skills in a game situation. They are encouraged to use all their learned skills and work effectively as a team. The scheme of work concludes with an evaluation where students reflect on their progress over the past six weeks and identify areas for improvement. They also provide feedback to their peers on their performances.