I have created generic schemes of work for:
For each sport I have created a Year 7,8 and 9 scheme of work which clearly maps out what skills to be covered (in line with GCSE requirements) and what to focus on within the skill. The scheme of work overview then suggests how literacy, numeracy, gifted and talented provision SEND, homework and other areas can be met within this activity area.
Each activity area has an assessment descriptor page too. We have moved to assessment without levels and look to see whether a student is emerging, developing or secure within an activity area. I have mapped out how many objectives have to be achieved to be emerging, developing or secure within that sport, making it easier for moderation and standardisation across different groups.
I have found the schemes of work easy to follow but also enable creativity as they do not prescribe to a teacher how a lesson should be to taught just what content needs to be covered within the activity rotation and what objectives the students have to meet in line with the assessment without levels policy. As an experienced ex-Head of PE and now an Assistant Head for teaching and learning I feel the layout of the SoW makes it clear what is being covered in PE lessons and what pedagogical practices are in place.