Introduction to PE
Physical education helps students to develop the skills, knowledge, and competencies to live healthy and physically active lives at school and for the rest of their life
PE at KS3
At KS3 the students study a variety from the following units: Outwitting an Opponent, Performing at Maximum Levels, Accurate Replication, Exercising Safely and Effectively and Problem Solving.
During KS3 these units are delivered through a variety of sports including: Gymnastics/Trampolining, Dance, Hockey, Netball, Football, Rugby, Badminton,Tennis, Orienteering/Team Building, Aerobics/Zumba, Health Related Exercise, Rounders, Athletics, Volleyball, Handball and Dodgeball.
PE at KS4
GCSE PE students develop knowledge and practical skills in a range of physical activities. They will learn to examine the effects of exercise and how training can improve performance and, through a variety of roles, will find ways to improve their own performances. They will identify ways to develop and maintain a healthy active lifestyle through participation in physical activity and appreciate the benefits of promoting “sport for all”.
The practical aspect of the course includes students' participation in a broad selection of sports, giving them opportunity to attain their best scores towards their overall grade. The PE department expects all GCSE students to participate in a wide variety of activities and attend extra-curricular sessions.