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Physical Education

Physical Education

Physical Education is delivered by Miss. Williams and Miss Bedallhill.


This Subject provides students with exciting opportunities to gain deeper understanding of Physical Education. With stimulating content at the heart of the different sports and qualifications, which will encourage students to immerse themselves in the world of sport and PE. Our Philosophy is to take park, join in and do your best.

Key stage 3

In key stage 3, all students have core PE on their timetable with is one double lesson per week. Main sports that the girls participate in throughout the year in lessons and afterschool are netball, football, badminton, hockey, creative movement, rounders and athletics. Students work on developing skills and practices through modified games that are inclusive for all, as well as playing the full recognised version of the game.

As well as developing their physical skill students will also develop their abilities to take on various roles such as, coach, manager and official.

Key stage 4

Pupils should tackle complex and demanding physical activities. They should get involved in a range of activities that develops personal fitness and promotes an active, healthy lifestyle.

GCSE PE is also an option at Key Stage 4 with the Edexcel Exam Board:

-       10% coursework

-       30% practical (1 team sport, 1 individual sport, 1 team, or individual sport)

-       60% theory exam (2 papers)


PE Qualification (PDF)

How can I Help my Son/Daughter

Text books – Revise Edexcel GCSE PE (9-1) Physical Education Revision Guide

Any other recommended resources: GCSE bitesize

Key dates:

Regular fixtures throughout the academic year.


How Useful Websites:


BBC Bitesize

Physical Education Map of Learning

Physical Education Map of Learning

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