Part I: Teaching Primary School Gymnastics Chapter 1. Developing Fundamental Movement Skills Through Gymnastics What Are Fundamental Movement Skills? Physical Development Patterns in Children Body Management Skills Locomotor Skills Object Control Skills Physical Literacy Skills Chapter 2. Ensuring Effective Delivery of Gymnastics in Primary Education Planning for Gymnastics in Primary Education Learning In and Through Gymnastics Implementing the Foundation Stage: Early Learning Goals for Physical Education Implementing National Curriculum : Four Key Aspects of Learning in Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 Linking Information and Communication Technology With Gymnastics Inclusion and Differentiation Objectives Class Management and Organisation Chapter 3. Using Apparatus in Primary Gymnastics Using Large Apparatus Using Hand Apparatus Impermissible Apparatus for Primary Schools Chapter 4. Attainment and Assessment Foundation Stage Profile for Assessment Key Stage1 and Key Stage 2 Physical Education Attainment Targets: Level Descriptions 1 to 5 Guidelines for Assessing Gymnastics Performances Features of Progressions in Gymnastics from Foundation Stage to KS1 to KS2 Based on the Scheme of Work on the DVD Part II: Gymnastics Warm-Up, Cool-Down, Techniques and Games Chapter 5. Preparing For and Recovering From Physical Activity Preparing For Physical Activity: The Warm-Up Recovering From Physical Activity: The Cool-Down Chapter 6. Basic Gymnastics Shapes Stretch Shape Tuck Shape Star Shape Straddle Shape Pike Shape Chapter 7. Postural Shapes Box Shape Front Support Back Support Arch Shape Dish Shape Chapter 8. Rolling Techniques Stretch Roll Tuck Roll Side Roll Half Roll Straddle Roll Forward Roll Chapter 9. Inversions Bridge Handstand Cartwheel Chapter 10. Partner Work Base and Top: Who Is Who? Scheme of Work Top Postural Shapes Box Base Balances Counterbalances and Countertensions Chapter 11. Themed Games Space Finding Numbers Gymnastics Beans Road Traffic Signs Washing the Clothes Creature Movements Physical Literacy Ideas
Lindsay Broomfield has been working alongside primary school teachers since 2003. As a youngster, Broomfield competed at national and international levels in artistic gymnastics. More recently, she has specialised in grassroots gymnastics through her own gymnastics club, developing children's basic elementary skills and fitness levels alongside gymnastics-specific skills. Broomfield is a gymnastics tutor and has delivered Teachers Awards at primary and secondary levels. She has written teaching resources for UK Gymnastics and she tutors for the delivery agency in Wiltshire, delivering TOP Gym as part of the Primary Teachers' Continued Professional Development Programme. She is also qualified to tutor fundamentals and sports acrobatics. Broomfield has been a part-time lecturer at the University of Winchester, delivering modules on physical development and physical education.