Year 3 OAA

Overview

  • Taken part in a range of PE games and activities
  • Followed simple instructions and apply rules
  • Worked collaboratively as a pair and in a small group
  • Used and applied simple diagrams with pictures and symbols
  • To work with others to solve problems
  • To describe their work and use different strategies to solve problems
  • To lead others and be led
  • To differentiate between when a task is competitive and when it is collaborative

Maps, diagrams, scale, symbols, orienteering, controls, challenges, problem-solving, lead, follow, plan, trust

Variety of ropes, hoops, bean bags, a range of sports equipment, teaching resource cards, soft balls, bibs/bands

Take part in outdoor and adventurous activity challenges both individually and within a team.

Literacy:Working in groups to review, evaluate and solve problems. Use effective language to encourage and lead others
Numeracy:Recognising diagrams and symbols to scale, judge distances to guide others, use direction to design a map

Work as part of a team to place and retrieve objects in the river. In teams of 3/4 pupils must use a variety of equipment to attempt to retrieve objects from the river. They must remain on the river bank. Once the group have collected their objects from the river they must work collaboratively to place one ‘stone’ back in the river as far away from the bank as possible. They may not use any equipment to place the stone in the rive and may not leave the river bank.

Challenge: reduce the number of pupils in a team to place the stone in the river.

Development: reduce the number of items in the river.

    Knowledge Organiser

    Prior Learning
  • Taken part in a range of PE games and activities
  • Followed simple instructions and apply rules
  • Worked collaboratively as a pair and in a small group
  • Used and applied simple diagrams with pictures and symbols
    Unit Focus
  • To work with others to solve problems
  • To describe their work and use different strategies to solve problems
  • To lead others and be led
  • To differentiate between when a task is competitive and when it is collaborative
    Vocabulary

Maps, diagrams, scale, symbols, orienteering, controls, challenges, problem-solving, lead, follow, plan, trust

    Equipment

Variety of ropes, hoops, bean bags, a range of sports equipment, teaching resource cards, soft balls, bibs/bands

    National Curriculum Focus

Take part in outdoor and adventurous activity challenges both individually and within a team.

    Cross Curricular Links

Literacy:Working in groups to review, evaluate and solve problems. Use effective language to encourage and lead others
Numeracy:Recognising diagrams and symbols to scale, judge distances to guide others, use direction to design a map

    Assessment for Learning

Work as part of a team to place and retrieve objects in the river. In teams of 3/4 pupils must use a variety of equipment to attempt to retrieve objects from the river. They must remain on the river bank. Once the group have collected their objects from the river they must work collaboratively to place one ‘stone’ back in the river as far away from the bank as possible. They may not use any equipment to place the stone in the rive and may not leave the river bank.

Challenge: reduce the number of pupils in a team to place the stone in the river.

Development: reduce the number of items in the river.

Lesson Overview

Lesson 1

  1. Show working as part of a team
  2. Communicate to solve problems
  3. To use strength and flexibility to complete a task

Activity: Assessment for learning task.

Lesson 2

  1. To identify basic symbols on a map
  2. To complete tasks using symbols and maps
  3. To work with others to complete simple map reading tasks

Activity: Colour cards and symbol challenge

Lesson 3

  1. Confidently read and follow a basic map
  2. Create a route on a map for others to use
  3. Work independently and as part of a team

Activity: Follow a map and design a route on a map

Lesson 4

  1. Respond to problems in a group situation
  2. Identify what worked well and what they need to improve when working as a group
  3. Play competitively and fairly

Activity: Tag ball, shark-infested water and all aboard

Lesson 5

  1. Identify what they need to do to complete a challenge
  2. Participate safely considering others
  3. Confidently work closely with others

Activity: Alphabet and bridge game, circle hoop and hands challenge

Lesson 6

  1. Lead and be led by others
  2. Take part in trust-based activities
  3. Know what they must do to participate safely

Activity: Pairs blindfold games, sheep herding game

Downloadable Resources

Lesson 2 Colour Cards – Y3 OAA

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Lesson 2 Map Key – Y3 OAA

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Lesson 2 Symbol Cards – Y3 OAA

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Lesson 3 Map Key – Y3 OAA

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