Physical Education

 

Year 7

Units taught

  • Football
  • Rugby
  • Netball
  • Hockey
  • Badminton
  • Fitness
  • Gymnastics
  • Athletics
  • Rounders
  • Cricket
  • Tennis

Main Skills Developed

Individual skills which are needed to perform each of the activities. The application of the skills in different game situations and evaluation skills which are needed to review own and others performances.

We also learn how to use the different equipment in the gym and what the different components of fitness are

How can parents help to support learning?

Encourage students to bring their PE kit to every lesson, even if they are not taking part for a medical reason.

Encourage students to attend one of the many extracurricular clubs we offer or to represent the school in one of the competitive teams.

Useful Websites

www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/physicaleducation

Extra-Curricular opportunities

Year 7 are welcome to attend one of our many extracurricular clubs which run for the following activities:

  • Netball
  • Hockey
  • Rugby
  • Football
  • Badminton
  • Rounders
  • Cricket
  • Tennis
  • Gymnastics
  • Trampolining

SMSC & British Values

  • Explore creativity through producing routines in gymnastics and trampolining.
  • In games activities the students are given the opportunity to create and develop attacking/defensive strategies.
  • In every lesson students are encouraged to reflect on and critique their own and others’ performances.
  • Students are expected to respect other students’ views of their performances.
  • In all lessons we promote fair play and team work.
  • Sportsmanship is encouraged at every opportunity.
  • The students are taught about the rules and laws of each activity and why it is important to follow these to play each sport successfully.

 

 

 

Year 8

Units taught

  • Football
  • Rugby
  • Netball
  • Hockey
  • Badminton
  • Fitness
  • Gymnastics
  • Athletics
  • Rounders
  • Cricket
  • Tennis

Main Skills Developed

Individual skills which are needed to perform each of the activities. The application of the skills in different game situations and evaluation skills which are needed to review own and others performances.

We also learn how to use the different equipment in the gym and what the different components of fitness are

How can parents help to support learning?

Encourage students to bring their PE kit to every lesson, even if they are not taking part for a medical reason.

Encourage students to attend one of the many extracurricular clubs we offer or to represent the school in one of the competitive teams.

Useful Websites

www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/physicaleducation

 

Extra-Curricular opportunities

Year 8 are welcome to attend one of our many extracurricular clubs which run for the following activities:

  • Netball
  • Hockey
  • Rugby
  • Football
  • Badminton
  • Rounders
  • Cricket
  • Tennis
  • Gymnastics
  • Trampolining

SMSC & British Values

  • Explore creativity through producing routines in gymnastics and trampolining.
  • In games activities the students are given the opportunity to create and develop attacking/defensive strategies.
  • In every lesson students are encouraged to reflect on and critique their own and others’ performances.
  • Students are expected to respect other students’ views of their performances.
  • In all lessons we promote fair play and team work.
  • Sportsmanship is encouraged at every opportunity.
  • The students are taught about the rules and laws of each activity and why it is important to follow these to play each sport successfully.

 

 

Year 9 BTEC Sport

 Units Taught

  • Physical training
  • Sports leadership
  • Musculoskeletal system
  • Officials in sport
  • Rules and regulations in sport

 

Main Skills developed

Application of knowledge of sport to different situations. We start to look at assignment writing and how to structure work when following an assignment brief.

Practical sport skills are developed further and how to apply tactics in different situations is introduced.

How can parents help to support learning

By encouraging students to complete all of their knowledge organiser work. Helping students revise when they have an end of unit test and ensuring they always have their PE kit for practical lessons.

Useful websites

www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/physicaleducation

www.senecalearning.com/GCSEphysicaleducation

Extracurricular opportunities

Students in Year 9 are welcome to attend one of the many clubs on offer:

  • Netball
  • Hockey
  • Rugby
  • Football
  • Badminton
  • Rounders
  • Cricket
  • Tennis
  • Gymnastics
  • Trampolining

SMSC & British Values

  • Explore creativity through producing routines in gymnastics and trampolining.
  • In games activities the students are given the opportunity to create and develop strategies.
  • In every lesson students are encouraged to reflect on and critique their own and others
  • Students are expected to respect other students’ views of their performances.
  • In all lessons we promote fair play and team work.
  • Sportsmanship is encouraged at every opportunity.
  • The students are taught about the rules and laws of each activity and why it is important to follow these to play each sport successfully.

 

Year 10 BTEC Sport

 

Units Taught

  • Fitness for sport and exercise
  • Applying the principles of personal training

Main Skills developed

This course provides an engaging and relevant introduction to the world of sport. It incorporates important aspects of the industry, such as fitness testing and training for sport and exercise, the psychology of sport, practical sports performance and sports leadership. It enables you to develop and apply your knowledge, while also developing a range of relevant practical, communication and technical skills.

How can parents help to support learning

By encouraging students to complete all of their knowledge organiser work. Helping students revise when they have an end of unit test and ensuring they always have their PE kit for practical lessons.

By encouraging students to attend any extra support and revision sessions that take place outside of school hours.

Useful websites

www.theeverlearner.com/BTECsport

www.senecalearning.co.uk/BTEC sport

www.pearsonqualifications.co.uk

Year 10 are welcome to attend one of our many extracurricular clubs which run for the following activities:

  • Netball
  • Hockey
  • Rugby
  • Football
  • Badminton
  • Rounders
  • Cricket
  • Tennis
  • Gymnastics
  • Trampolining

SMSC & British Values

  • Explore creativity through producing routines in gymnastics and trampolining.
  • In games activities the students are given the opportunity to create and develop attacking/defensive strategies.
  • In every lesson students are encouraged to reflect on and critique their own and others’ performances.
  • Students are expected to respect other students views of their performances.
  • In all lessons we promote fair play and team work.
  • Sportsmanship is encouraged at every opportunity.
  • The students are taught about the rules and laws of each activity and why it is important to follow these to play each sport successfully.

Year 11 BTEC Sport

 

Units Taught

  • Practical sport performance
  • Leading sports activities

Main Skills developed

This course provides an engaging and relevant introduction to the world of sport. It incorporates important aspects of the industry, such as fitness testing and training for sport and exercise, the psychology of sport, practical sports performance and sports leadership. It enables you to develop and apply your knowledge, while also developing a range of relevant practical, communication and technical skills.

How can parents help to support learning

By encouraging students to complete all of their knowledge organiser work. Helping students revise when they have an end of unit test and ensuring they always have their PE kit for practical lessons.

By encouraging students to attend any extra support and revision sessions that take place outside of school hours.

Useful websites

www.theeverlearner.com/BTECsport   

www.senecalearning.co.uk/BTEC sport

www.pearsonqualifications.co.uk

Extracurricular opportunities

Year 11 are welcome to attend one of our many extracurricular clubs which run for the following activities:

  • Netball
  • Hockey
  • Rugby
  • Football
  • Badminton
  • Rounders
  • Cricket
  • Tennis
  • Gymnastics
  • Trampolining

SMSC & British Values

  • Explore creativity through producing routines in gymnastics and trampolining.
  • In games activities the students are given the opportunity to create and develop strategies
  • In every lesson students are encouraged to reflect on and critique their own and others’
  • Students are expected to respect other students views of their performances.
  • In all lessons we promote fair play and team work.
  • Sportsmanship is encouraged at every opportunity.
  • The students are taught about the rules and laws of each activity and why it is important to follow these to play each sport successfully.

Year 12 BTEC Sport

Units Taught

Anatomy and physiology

Fitness testing, training and programming for health, sport and well-being

Professional development in the sports industry

Sports leadership

Coaching for performance

Main Skills developed

Students will develop a range of skills in the form of applied learning that brings together knowledge and understanding with practical and technical skills. This is achieved through learners performing vocational tasks that encourage the development of appropriate vocational behaviours and transferable skills. Transferable skills are those such as communication, teamwork, research and analysis, which are valued in both higher education and the workplace.

How can parents help to support learning

Support students with their time management when completing coursework tasks. Encouraging students to complete revision tasks in the lead up to their external assessments.

Encourage the students to attend any extra support classes that are provided for the students out of school time.

Useful websites

https://qualifications.pearson.com/content/dam/pdf/BTEC-Nationals/Sport/20161/specification-and-sample-assessments/9781446939482-BTEC-nationals_L3_diploma-sport-spec.pdf

 

Extra curricular opportunities

Sixth form students are welcome to attend any of the sports clubs we have on offer.

SMSC and British Values

  • Use of a variety of international athletes from different cultures as examples.
  • Students are encouraged to show respect for different cultures through experiencing different activities.
  • Students are taught to appreciate the differences between male and female roles in sport

 

 

 

Year 13 BTEC Sport

Units Taught

  • Application of fitness testing
  • Sports injury management
  • Investigating business in the sport and active leisure industry
  • Skill acquisition in sport

Main Skills developed

  • the ability to learn independently
  • the ability to research actively and methodically
  • being able to give presentations and being active group members.
  • reading technical texts
  • effective writing
  • analytical skills
  • creative development
  • preparation for assessment methods used in degrees.

 

How can parents help to support learning

Support students with their time management when completing coursework tasks. Encouraging students to complete revision tasks in the lead up to their external assessments.

Encourage the students to attend any extra support classes that are provided for the students out of school time.

Useful websites

https://qualifications.pearson.com/content/dam/pdf/BTEC-Nationals/Sport/20161/specification-and-sample-assessments/9781446939482-BTEC-nationals_L3_diploma-sport-spec.pdf

 

Extra curricular opportunities

Sixth form students are welcome to attend any of the sports clubs we have on offer.

SMSC and British Values

  • Use of a variety of international athletes from different cultures as examples.
  • Students are encouraged to show respect for different cultures through experiencing different activities.
  • Students are taught to appreciate the differences between male and female roles in sport