Merton provide schools with the
support and services they need to
deliver the very best PE and sporting
opportunities for their students
By our partner
merton Oerte roido
INSPIRE & EDUCATE
Set out the playing court as a square or
rectangle using markers. Separate the court
into two halves with a net or cones.
HOW TO PLAY
1 Split the class into pairs. On each court,
two pairs are playing- one in each half
of the court.
2 The aim of the game is to get the ball
to bounce on the floor twice before it is
returned, with both bounces occurring in
the opposition's half
Players use a racket to hit the ball. It can
also be hit between partners on the same
side of the court using one counce only
4 Vary the rules according to what was
taught in the lesson, eg.
A maximum number of passes can
be completed before hitting the ball
into the opponent's half of the court.
Only volleys can be used (but the ball
must go upwards after being hit)
ABOUT MERTON SCHOOL SPORT PARTNERSHIP
The extracts in this catalogue are samples of the Schemes of Work produced by Merton School Sport Partnership. Merton have worked with
leading experts to develop their Primary PE Framework which includes 87 units of work plus a range of games appendices, glossaries, music
and resources covering the physical activities included in the National Curriculum for Primary Physical Education.
Merton's framework provides a structured and progressive approach to PE, which the whole school can follow
with ease. Even unconfident teachers will be inspired and equipped to deliver good PE lessons which are
active and engaging, encouraging children to develop a lifelong love of physical activity and sport.
For more information on Merton's Schemes of Work please visit the website
www.mertonssp.org.uk or send an email to email@example.com
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