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PE Feedback Policy

Feedback is an integral part of all lessons, it is an essential tool to enable pupils progress. A range of feedback used.

Feedback is an integral part of all lessons, it is an essential tool to enable pupils progress. A range of feedback used.

Peer Feedback – Within all lessons, pupils are given an opportunity to feedback to each other, whether it is during drills or games. Pupils are given the opportunity to discuss with each other about their own performance and others. During a demonstration the class teacher will identify a list of teaching points, pupils will then go and work in pairs or small groups and they will feedback to each other whether or not their partner has performed the teaching points.

Teacher Feedback – Verbal feedback is given throughout all lessons. Teachers are constantly giving feedback to pupils as they continually assess their learning. This is evident whether performers are in small groups or in a competitive situations. This lets teachers verbal guide pupils in a range of skills.

Intrinsic / Self-assessment Feedback – Pupils are encouraged in every lesson to self-assess themselves, targeted questions are given to the pupils to make them analyse and assess their own performance. Due to the nature of the subject pupils can often visualise and feel when they have made in an incorrect decision or used the wrong skill and therefore can go on to improve and rectify it.

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