Welcome to Physical Education, all students participate within PE throughout key stage 3 and 4. We offer many sporting activities on or off the field for our students to take pride in and participate in no matter what their ability. This includes curriculum time and extra-curricular activities.
Throughout the year students will have access to a range of equipment not just including sports equipment but also ICT equipment like iPads to help assess and improve performance of themselves and those around them.
Throughout KS3/KS4 students will participate in core PE lessons once a week. They will develop a range or skill and participate in a variety of activities (see below). Students must always bring their kit to lessons and participate effectively and efficiently.
All students will participate in one 75 minute lesson per week. Every half term the students move on to another activity, during bad weather students participate in health related fitness lessons which includes exercising safely in a number of active situations.
The department offer a range of extra-curricular activities, which change each term. Please look at what is on offer right now. Clubs run from 3:15pm-4:15pm, alongside the fixtures teams are entered in.
Students will develop a range of skills (practically and mentally): Communication skills, team working skills, co-operation skills, organisation skills, Enthusiasm, literacy skills, numeracy skills, confidence, and leadership.
Students are assessed at the end of each activity and give a level they are working at with KS3. KS4 students are not formally assessed, however are continuously given feedback to improve.
Students who wish to choose Physical Education as an option will complete a GCSE in this subject. GCSE Physical Education a mix of theory and practical based work. Students will be required to apply their knowledge of theory units to practical situations. Students will be expected to attend extra-curricular sessions to develop and progress.
Communication skills, team working skills, co-operation skills, organisation skills, Enthusiasm, literacy skills, numeracy skills, confidence, and leadership.
In this course students will participate in one practical lesson and one theory lesson per week.
You will be marked out of 10 across 4 activities. You can be assessed as a performer, leader and official. You must be a performer in at least 2 activities: Some of the activities we offer at the Academy are Badminton, Basketball, Football, Gymnastics, Trampolining, Rounder’s, Cricket.
Students are continually assessed throughout the three years by mock exams and practical moderations in preparation for their final exam and moderation in Year 11. This information is marked and graded which is then fed back to the student to help achieve their target grades and goals.
Sports studies or Physical Education (BTEC or AS/A level) at sixth form or collage then onto university.
PE Teacher, Fitness instructor, Gym instructor, Sports coach/leader, leisure facilities, sports advertising, sports journalism.
Mr M Weston