Physical Education

Year 7

Autumn Term

Boys – Football, Rugby and Basketball

Girls– Basketball, Netball and Dance

Spring Term

Table Tennis, Fitness and climbing/problem solving

Summer Term

Athletics, Rounders, softball and ultimate frisbee

Year 8

Autumn Term

Boys – Football and Basketball

Girls – Netball/Basketball and Dance

Spring Term

Table Tennis, Fitness and climbing/problem solving

Summer Term

Athletics, Rounders, softball and ultimate frisbee

Year 9

Autumn Term

Boys – Rugby and Football

Girls – Basketball/Netball and Dance

Spring Term

Table Tennis, Fitness and climbing/problem solving

Summer Term

Athletics, Rounders, softball and ultimate frisbee

Key Stage 4

Core PE is option based and focuses on developing tactics and refining skills. Students can choose from Football, Basketball, Netball, Fitness, Dance, Table Tennis, Climbing and Badminton.

BTEC PE

Pearson BTEC Award in Sport
http://qualifications.pearson.com/en/qualifications/btec-nationals/sport-2016

Students will complete the following units in Y10 and Y11.

Unit 1 – Fitness training- Students will learn about the different types of training and fitness in preparation for an external exam.

Unit 2 – Practical Sports Performance- Students will study 2 sports and develop their knowledge of rules, tactics and skills involved in the sports.

Unit 5 – Training for Individuals and Personal needs – Students will develop a Personal Fitness Training Plan.

Unit 6 – Sports Leadership- Students will learn and develop skills to become effective sports leaders

Level 3 National Certificate in Sport

Are you interested in sport? Do you represent an Academy team or play for a club outside of the Academy? If the answer is YES then BTEC Sport is the course for you. The Sports and Leisure is one of the most dynamic and exciting industries in the world today. It has seen tremendous growth in terms of job opportunities in coaching, personal training, teaching and also further education.

Are you interested in sport? Do you represent an Academy team or play for a club outside of the Academy? If the answer is YES then BTEC Sport is the course for you. The Sports and Leisure industry is one of the most dynamic and exciting in the world today. It has seen tremendous growth in terms of job opportunities in coaching, personal training, teaching and also further education.

A BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma is a practical, work-related course, where you will
experience a variety of units that give you an insight into the world of sport, fitness and
leisure. You learn by completing and leading practical assessments and writing
assignments that are based on realistic workplace situations, activities and demands.

In Year 12 you will study units 1, 2, 3 and 7 which will gain you the BTEC Level 3 Certificate in Sport equivalent to one AS grade A-C.

  • Unit 1 is The Principles of Anatomy and Physiology for Sport and will cover aspects of the human body when taking part in physical activity.
  • Unit 2 studies the Physiology of Fitness and students learn about how to test for a variety of components.
  • Unit 3 is about assessing risk in sport and you will be expected to complete assessments on a variety of activities and sporting venues.
  • Unit 7 is Fitness Training and Programming where you will be expected to design and carry out a personal exercise plan.

In Year 13 you will study units 4, 5 and 8 which will gain you the BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary
Diploma in Sport equivalent to one A’ Level grade A-C.

  • Unit 5 is Sports Coaching where students will be expected to deliver sessions to lower year groups in the academy or work closely with our feeder primary schools.
  • Unit 4 looks at Fitness Testing for Sport and Exercise where specific sports and the tests used with those areas will be researched and carried out.
  • Unit 8 is Practical Team Sports where students are expected to perform to a high level in 2 sports; this could be outside of the Academy or through representing the Academy in a team
Qualification equivalence: A Level
Course contact: Mr Gray
Assessment: Examination and practical assessment
Additional entry requirements: B in GCSE PE and C in Science
Suggested combinations: Biology, History
Link: http://qualifications.pearson.com/en/qualifications/btec-nationals/sport-2016.html