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Physical Education

Physical Education

Physical Education is delivered by Miss. Williams.

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

At key stage 4 students will focus on becoming an advanced performer and competing more in a number of activities that include: football, badminton, rounders and athletics. 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. As well as becoming more advanced as a performer, each student will have the opportunity to work frequently in other roles such as coach, official and a manager.

 

At GCSE, students have the option to take the OCR course – which involves a 40% practical/coursework where they have to excel in three practical areas of their own choosing. In addition, students study the theoretical elements, Unit 1 Applied Anatomy and Physiology, and Physical Training, Unit 2 Socio-cultural influences, Sports psychology, Health fitness and well-being. This course has additional 3 lessons of PE a week on top of the mandatory double lesson per week.

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Students will have an opportunity to take part in extracurricular activities. These are advertised in school via the form tutors as well as the PE noticeboard. Parents will normally receive a letter from the teacher leading the activity regarding any competitions/events that are taking place at ‘away’ venues.

 

Useful Websites:

 

BBC Bitesize

Physical Education Map of Learning

Physical Education Map of Learning

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