Physical Education

Key Stage 4 Core Physical Education

As outstanding practitioners we as Physical Education teachers deliver exciting, high quality lessons to all students. Each week students will participate in 2 x 1 hour Physical Education lessons.

Year 10 Core

Within these lessons the students are given more options and the lessons are tailored to meet the needs of the students, with a common theme running through the activities/sports.

PE is taught in options groups with a wide range of abilities on each group. Each student will opt for a sport / physical activity to participate in every 10 – 12 lessons, whilst setting individual target that’s they would like to achieve. Please see below for more detail about core Physical Education.

You will study a variety of sports/activities which focus on:

  • Out-witting opponents.
  • Exercise and healthy lifestyle.
  • Performing at a maximum level.
  • Accurate replication of skill.
  • Identify and problem solving.
  • Exploring and communicating ideas, concepts and emotions.

During Year 10 students are also given the opportunity to participate and gain an inhouse qualification in leadership. This is a qualification that allows student to develop not only their leadership skills, but improves confidence, organisation, social skills and preparation. All skills we feel will create an independent, well rounded student. 

You will study how:

  • To officiate.
  • To develop existing skills and learn complex skills.
  • To develop teamwork, social and communication skills.
  • To develop leadership and interpersonal skills.
  • To plan and deliver successful leadership sessions.

Year 11 Core

Students are given the opportunity to create the curriculum they want, therefore creating independent and confident learners in a variety of different physical activities and sports.

Examination Physical Education

Year 11 GCSE Physical Education (Legacy)

Updated Programme of Study GCSE PE Cohort 2021 – 23

Year 10

Component 01:
Physical factors
affecting performance

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Practical activity
assessment in lessons


30 lessons


Every Friday after
school
AUTUMN TERM –
NETBALL
SPRING TERM -
BADMINTON

Applied anatomy and
physiology

 

 


23 lessons

 

 

 

 

 

Physical
training

 

 

22 lessons

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sports psychology

 

 

 

 

4 lessons - STARTED

 

 

 

 

 

 

Year 11 

Sports psychology

 


5 lessons – TO
COMPLETE

Evaluating and
Analysing
Performance (AEP)


20 lessons

Component 02:
Socio-cultural issues
and sports
psychology

 

Socio-cultural
influences

 

 


18 lessons

Health, fitness and
wellbeing

 

 

14 lessons

Revision

 

 

 


12 lessons

Third sport is completed as offsite activities for all and to be videoed

 

Year 11 OCR CNAT Sports Studies (Legacy)

Updated Programme of Study- CNAT Cohort 2021-2023 Updated

Year 10 CNAT

RO52


Practical Activity and
Officiating
Assessment in lessons


16 lessons


NETBALL
Every Friday after school

RO54


Sport & Media – task
orientated


30 lessons

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RO52


Practical Activity
Assessment in lessons


18 lessons

 

BADMINTON


Every Friday after school

 

RO52

 

Badminton/Netball
Evaluation

 

 


8 lessons

 

 

 

 

 

RO53


Sports Leadership – task
orientated


12 lessons

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Year 11 CNAT

RO53

 

Sports Leadership – task
orientated


15 lessons

 

 

 

RO51


Unit 1
Understand the issues
which affect participation
in sport


17 lessons

RO51

 

Unit 2 Know about the role of sport in promoting values

 

18 lessons

 

 

 

RO51

 

Unit 3 Understand the importance of hosting major sporting events

 

7 lessons

 

 

RO51

 

Unit 4 Know about the role of national governing bodies in Sport

 

6 lessons

 

 

 

Year 10 OCR CNAT Sports Studies

Programme of Study – New syllabus CNAT Cohort 2022-2024

Year 10 CNAT

R185

Performance and Leadership in Sports Activities Assessment in lessons

 

15 lessons

 

TRAMPOLINING

 

Every Friday after

 

 

 

 

R186

 

Sport & The Media – task orientated

 

 

30 lessons

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

R185

 

Performance and Leadership in Sports Activities Assessment in lessons

 

15 lessons

BADMINTON

Every Friday after school

 

 

 

 

R185

 

Performance and Leadership in Sports Activities – self-evaluation - task orientated

 

10 lessons

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

R185

 

Performance and Leadership in Sports Activities – planning & delivery of lesson - task orientated

 

 

25 lessons

 

 

 

 

 

Year 11 CNAT

R184 Contemporary Issues in Sport Understanding the issues which affect participation in Sport

 

 

17 lessons

R184 Contemporary Issues in Sport Know about the role of sport in promoting values

 

 

 

18 lessons

R184 Contemporary Issues in Sport Understand the implications of hosting a major sporting event for a city or country

 

7 lessons

R184 Contemporary Issues in Sport The role of National Governing Bodies / play in the development of their sport

6 lessons

R184 Contemporary Issues in Sport Use of technology in sport

 

 

 

 

6 lessons

R184

Contemporary Issues in Sport Revision

 

 

 

 

 

 

12 lessons

 

EXTRA-CURRICULAR OPPORTUNITIES

We offer an extensive range of sports clubs and fixture opportunities including football, basketball, netball, handball, liveball, dodgeball, rounders, cricket, badminton, tennis, trampolining, athletics and kick boxing. Our newly established Sports Leaders Academy offers a wide and progressive range of leadership opportunities from leading their own core PE lessons, officiating in basketball competitions, volunteering in primary school sports competitions, helping run the whole school sports day, organising disability awareness days, Commonwealth Games festivals and bespoke sporting events within the local community.

Our teams also take part in inclusive and disability sporting opportunities including indoor and outdoor athletics and basketball.