Welcome to P.E.

The Curriculum

Key Stage 3

During Key Stage 3 in PE your child will learn about the following:

  • How to outwit an opponent
  • How to perform at maximum levels
  • How to accurately replicate actions
  • How to solve problems
  • Healthy lifestyles, relating this specifically to exercise and sports activities
  • The qualities of a good leader and how to develop these through PE lessons

They will carry out the following modules:

  • Outwitting opponents: activity blocks  from netball, football, netball, football, rugby, basketball, badminton, cricket, rounder’s, tennis, cricket and rounder’s
  • Performing at maximum levels: athletics and swimming
  • Accurate replication of actions: gymnastics and swimming
  • Healthy lifestyles and leadership are taught throughout the curriculum in years 7, 8 and 9.

To support your child’s learning you can:

  • Ensure they have the correct PE kit each week
  • Encourage them to take an active part in all lessons, especially in activities they might find more challenging
  • Encourage them to participate in extra-curricular PE activities

Attainment levels for this subject download here

We have identified a lot of websites that will support pupil’s progress and enhance learning across all aspects of our curriculum:

Links

Staff

PE Share http://peshare.co.uk/

Mr Robbo – The PE Geek http://thepegeek.com/

PE Goodies – Free PE Resources http://www.pegoodies.com/

PE Resource Bank – Teaching Resources for PE Teachers http://www.peresourcesbank.co.uk/

Sports Coaching Skills http://www.sportplan.net/

Teach PE http://www.teachpe.com/

Students

BBC Bitesize http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/pe/

Brianmac Sports Coach http://www.brianmac.co.uk/index.htm

Digital Resources for Students http://www.metacafe.com/

(prepared by A Dodd)

For more links and inset day information click here

 

Key Stage 4

During Key Stage 4 in PE your child will learn about the following:

  • Advanced skills to outwit an opponent
  • Accurate replicate of actions to a higher standard
  • Leadership skills and qualities that are developed through sport

They will carry out the following modules:

  • Outwitting opponents: activity blocks from netball, football, rugby, basketball, cricket ,rounder’s, tennis,
  • Performing at maximum levels: athletics and swimming
  • Solving problems: orienteering, lifesaving
  • Accurate replication of actions: gymnastics, trampolining
  • Healthy lifestyles are taught throughout the KS4 curriculum
  • Opportunities are available for students to take specific sports leaders qualifications in year 10

To support your child’s learning you can:

  • Ensure they have the correct PE kit each week Encourage them to take an active part in all lessons, especially in activities they might find more challenging
  • Encourage them to participate in extra-curricular PE activities

Qualifications students can take in sport:

Level 2 Extended certificate in Sport (double award)

They will complete the following modules:

Practical sport, Fitness testing and training, Leadership in Sport, The body in sport

Students can attain a pass, merit or distinction grade

What the attainment levels here

 

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Key Stage 5

Download the subject card here

 

BTEC Sport Level 2 Qualification - Click here