PE

YEAR 8

Terms 1 and 2

Team Games - to develop basic receiving, controlling and distributing skills. To further develop basic rules and tactics.

Boys - rugby and football

Girls - netball and hockey

Health, fitness and wellbeing activities - fitness testing and target setting.

Gymnastics (boys and girls) - to develop flight, partner work, partner balance and sequencing building on floor and apparatus.

Athletics - Basic skills involved in running, throwing and jumping.

Cross Country - develop as part of games lessons outdoor and adventurous activities.

Term 3

Baseball, cricket, tennis and athletics

The following assessment criteria will be used

Games To develop techniques or receiving, controlling and distributing skills. Evaluation of own/others performance.

Gymnastics Flight – rotation around horizontal/vertical axis. Partner work on floor and apparatus.

Athletics Basic skills involved in throwing, running and jumping events.

YEAR 9

Games To improve techniques involved in receiving, controlling and distributing. To evaluate performance, apply tactics and experience officiating.

Gymnastics Balance. Group work on floor and apparatus. Evaluation of own and others performance.

Health Related Fitness and Well Being Fitness testing and target setting

Athletics To evaluate and improve own and others performance in all events.

Outdoor and Adventurous Activities Orienteering skills. School based course

Team building exercises.

YEAR 10 – CORE

TERM 1 and 2

Football, Rugby, Hockey, Netball, Badminton, Volleyball, Rowing, Health & Fitness.

TERM 3

Athletics, Baseball, Tennis, Cricket, Health and Fitness.

YEAR 11 – CORE

TERM 1 and 2

Football, Rugby, Hockey, Netball, Badminton, Volleyball, Rowing, Health & Fitness.

All the above activities will involve the evaluation of own And other performance.

TERM 3

Chosen summer activity.

Year 10 and Year 11 BTEC Sport Diplomas.

BTEC courses are more vocationally focused than GCSE's.

They allow pupils to gain qualifications in a more practical way than in GCSE subjects. The BTEC is assessed through 100% course work making it an excellent choice for pupils who find examinations challenging.

At the end of the two years pupils get a BTEC qualification which is the equivalent to gaining four A-C grades at GCSE level.

Pass - equivalent to 4 GCSE's at C grade

Merit - equivalent to 4 GCSE's at B grade

Distinction - equivalent to 4 GCSE's at A grade

Programme of Study

The course is split into eight units; four are completed in Year 10 and four in Year 11.

Units completed in Year 10

Unit 1 – Fitness Testing and Training

On completion of this unit a learner should:

- Know the fitness and training requirements necessary to achieve excellence in aselected sport

- Know the lifestyle factors that affect sports training and performance

- Be able to assess own fitness level

Unit 2 – Practical Sport

On completion of this unit a learner should:

- Be able to demonstrate a range of skills, techniques in selected sports

- Know the rules, regulations and scoring systems

- Know the roles and responsibilities of officials

- Review sport performance

Unit 4 – Anatomy and Physiology for Sport

On completion of this unit a learner should:

- Know the structure and function of the skeletal system

- Know the structure and function of the muscular system

- Know the structure and function of the cardiovascular system

- Know the structure and function of the respiratory system

Unit 5 – Injury in Sport

On completion of this unit a learner should:

- Know the different types of injuries and illness associated with sports participation

- Be able to deal with injuries and illnesses associated with sport participation

- Know the risks and hazards associated with sports participation

Units completed in Year 11

Unit 7 – Planning and Leading Sports Activities

On completion of this unit a learner should:

- Know the skills, qualities and responsibilities associated with successful sports leadership

- Be able to plan and lead an activity session

- Be able to review their planning and leadership of a sports event

Unit 11 – Development of Personal Fitness

On completion of this unit a learner should:

- Be able to plan a personal fitness training programme

- Know personal exercise adherence factors and strategies

- Be able to implement and review a personal fitness training programme

Unit 14 – Exercise and Fitness Instruction

On completion of this unit a learner should:

- Know the principles of exercise session design and exercise programming

- Be able to plan an exercise programme

- Be able to assist in instructing exercise sessions

Unit 18 – Effects of Exercise on the Body

On completion of this unit a learner should:

- Be able to investigate the short term effects of exercise on the body systems

- Know the long term effects of exercise on the body systems

- Be able to investigate the fundamentals of the energy systems.

Publications

BTEC Level 2 Firsts in SPORT – Rob Commons, Etal.

Publisher Folens

 

YEAR 10 and YEAR 11 GCSE PE (J586)

Year 10

The pupils follow a combined course of theory and practical activities which involves the following;

  • A series of theory lessons preparing candidates to sit an external examination paper (B451) in May of that academic year.
  • A series of theory lessons under the guidance of teachers preparing candidates to carry out a controlled assessment project related to the benefits of a Healthy and Active Life-style.
  • A series of practical lessons preparing candidates to be assessed in their four chosen sports activities either as a player, coach or official (B452).

Year 11

The pupils follow a combined course of theory and practical activities which involves the following;

  • A series of theory lessons preparing candidates to sit an external examination paper (B453) in May of that academic year.
  • A series of theory lessons under the guidance of teachers preparing candidates to carry out a controlled assessment project related to analysing Practical Performance.
  • A series of practical lessons preparing candidates to be assessed in their chosen sports activities either as a player, coach or official (B454).

RECOMMENDED READING

'OCR PE FOR GCSE' (John Honeybourne). Pub. Hodder Education

 

YEAR 10 and YEAR 11 GCSE PE (7210) WJEC Board

The course is highly recommended for those pupils who enjoy the practical aspects of PE and who also wish to improve their knowledge of health and fitness.

The pupils follow a combined course of theory (40%) and practical activities (60%) over the course of Year 10 and 11 which involves the following;

  • A series of theory lessons preparing candidates to sit one external paper in May of Year 11.
  • A series of practical lessons preparing candidates to be assessed in their four chosen sports activities either as a player, coach or official.

RECOMMENDED READING

GCSE PE for WJEC' (Julie Walmsley). Pub. Folens

 

Year 10 and Year 11 BTEC Sport Diplomas

BTEC courses are more vocationally focused than GCSE's. They allow pupils to gain qualifications in a more practical way than in GCSE subjects.

The BTEC is assessed through 100% course work making it an excellent choice for pupils who find examinations challenging.

At the end of the two years pupils get a BTEC qualification which is the equivalent to gaining four A-C grades at GCSE level.

Pass - equivalent to 4 GCSE's at C grade

Merit - equivalent to 4 GCSE's at B grade

Distinction - equivalent to 4 GCSE's at A grade

Programme of Study

The course is split into eight units; four are completed in Year 10 and four in Year 11.

Units completed in Year 10

Unit 1 – Fitness Testing and Training

On completion of this unit a learner should:

- Know the fitness and training requirements necessary to achieve excellence in a selected sport

- Know the lifestyle factors that affect sports training and performance

- Be able to assess own fitness level

Unit 2 – Practical Sport

On completion of this unit a learner should:

- Be able to demonstrate a range of skills, techniques in selected sports

- Know the rules, regulations and scoring systems

- Know the roles and responsibilities of officials

- Review sport performance

Unit 4 – Anatomy and Physiology for Sport

On completion of this unit a learner should:

- Know the structure and function of the skeletal system

- Know the structure and function of the muscular system

- Know the structure and function of the cardiovascular system

- Know the structure and function of the respiratory system

Unit 5 – Injury in Sport

On completion of this unit a learner should:

- Know the different types of injuries and illness associated with sports participation

- Be able to deal with injuries and illnesses associated with sport participation

- Know the risks and hazards associated with sports participation

Units completed in Year 11

Unit 7 – Planning and Leading Sports Activities

On completion of this unit a learner should:

- Know the skills, qualities and responsibilities associated with successful sports leadership

- Be able to plan and lead an activity session

- Be able to review their planning and leadership of a sports event

Unit 11 – Development of Personal Fitness

On completion of this unit a learner should:

- Be able to plan a personal fitness training programme

- Know personal exercise adherence factors and strategies

- Be able to implement and review a personal fitness training programme

Unit 14 – Exercise and Fitness Instruction

On completion of this unit a learner should:

- Know the principles of exercise session design and exercise programming

- Be able to plan an exercise programme

- Be able to assist in instructing exercise sessions

Unit 18 – Effects of Exercise on the Body

On completion of this unit a learner should:

- Be able to investigate the short term effects of exercise on the body systems

- Know the long term effects of exercise on the body systems

- Be able to investigate the fundamentals of the energy systems

Publications

BTEC Level 2 Firsts in SPORT – Rob Commons, Etal.

Publisher Folens

 

YEAR 10 and YEAR 11 GCSE PE (J586)

Year 10

The pupils follow a combined course of theory and practical activities which involves the following;

  • A series of theory lessons preparing candidates to sit an external examination paper (B451) in May of that academic year.
  • A series of theory lessons under the guidance of teachers preparing candidates to carry out a controlled assessment project related to the benefits of a Healthy and Active Life-style.
  • A series of practical lessons preparing candidates to be assessed in their Four chosen sports activities either as a player, coach or official (B452).

Year 11

The pupils follow a combined course of theory and practical activities which involves the following;

  • A series of theory lessons preparing candidates to sit an external examination paper (B453) in May of that academic year.
  • A series of theory lessons under the guidance of teachers preparing candidates to carry out a controlled assessment project related to analysing Practical Performance.
  • A series of practical lessons preparing candidates to be assessed in their chosen sports activities either as a player, coach or official (B454).

 

YEAR 10 and YEAR 11 GCSE PE (7210) WJEC Board

The course is highly recommended for those pupils who enjoy the practical aspects of PE and who also wish to improve their knowledge of health and fitness.

The pupils follow a combined course of theory (40%) and practical activities (60%) over the course of Year 10 and 11 which involves the following ;

  • A series of theory lessons preparing candidates to sit one external paper in May of Year 11.
  • A series of practical lessons preparing candidates to be assessed in their four chosen sports activities either as a player, coach or official.

RECOMMENDED READING

'GCSE PE for WJEC' (Julie Walmsley). Pub. Folens