From Monday 21st September, we will only offer grab bags (sandwich, drink and snack) during school lunch. Despite our best efforts to offer a hot meal at lunchtime, we are unable to do so whilst ensuring social distancing measures between year groups are maintained. Year 7, 9, and 10 students should return to school on Tuesday 22nd September. Students from Progress Group 8E should return on 23rd September.

Physical Education

An inclusive PE curriculum for all students: lessons tailored specifically to students’ needs and abilities as well as access to an extensive extra-curricular programme. Physical Education helps develop students’ competence, confidence and gives them the opportunity to showcase invaluable practical skills that will allow them to flourish in any environment in the future.

Physical Education inspires students to express themselves by communicating ideas, concepts and emotions whilst being given the opportunity to problem solve and participate in competitive sporting environments.

Our dedicated team are committed to teaching our students that no matter how difficult it is, giving up on something is simply not an option. Resilience is the key to success. There are no limits to what can be achieved, and we are dedicated to getting the best out of everybody.

What do students study in Physical Education?

Key Stage 3 Curriculum Overview

Year
Topics Studied
7

Beginner: Identify, describe and demonstrate basic skills and techniques with guidance. Evaluate performance using What Went Well/Even Better If. Contribute with support in a team activity.

Outwitting Opponents: Football, basketball, rugby, hockey, netball. Striking and fielding games - cricket, rounders, softball.

Accurate Replication: Gymnastics, dance, trampolining.

HRE/OAA: Fitness and orienteering.

Performing at Max Levels: Athletics track and field.

8

Intermediate: Describe, explain, apply and combine skills, techniques and basic tactics. Evaluate performance and give targets to improve. Contribute confidently in recognised situations.

Outwitting Opponents: Football, basketball, rugby, hockey, netball. Striking and fielding games - cricket, rounders, softball.

Accurate Replication: Gymnastics, dance, trampolining.

HRE/OAA: Fitness and orienteering.

Performing at Max Levels: Athletics track and field.

9

Accomplished: Explain, justify, and apply more complex skill, techniques and tactics. Evaluate performance giving accurate feedback. Contribute confidently and creatively in new situations.

Outwitting Opponents: Football, basketball, rugby, hockey, netball. Striking and fielding games - cricket, rounders, softball.

Accurate Replication: Gymnastics, dance, trampolining.

HRE/OAA: Fitness and orienteering.

Performing at Max Levels: Athletics track and field.

Unit 6: Learning aim A. Learning aim B. Learning aim C.


Key Stage 4 Curriculum Overview

Year
Topics Studied
10

Unit 1: Learning aim A. Learning aim B. Learning aim C. Exam.

Unit 2: Learning aim A. Learning aim B. Learning aim C.

11
Unit 3: Learning aim A. Learning aim B. Learning aim C. Learning aim D.

Exam Specifications


Sep 16
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Jul 01
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