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Physical Education

'Building powerful knowledge to grow confident & creative global citizens.’

At the Lincoln Academy our students are healthy and knowledgeable citizens of the world.  They develop their physical performance, their strategic thinking and their ability to work as team.  Students have positive experiences of sport and exercise across a variety of disciplines which ignite awe and wonder, creating lifelong interests and habits.  Students are supported to demonstrate their natural aptitude for a sport and compete at all levels including the very highest.  We encourage everyone to actively engage in healthy lifestyle choices through a wide and varied curriculum that will inspire participation.  Participation in our curriculum envelops the development of athletes and also leaders, coaches and officials.

Year 7 - The Body and me

Module 1:

  • Multiskills / Football / Netball / Swimming / Badminton / Fitness & Health

Module 2

  • Swimming / Badminton / Fitness & Health / Dance / Touch Rugby / Handball / Football

Module 3

  • Athletics / Rounders / Tennis / Cricket / Rounders

 

Year 8 - Participation and Leadership

Module 1

  • Touch Rugby / Football / Handball / Netball / Badminton / Swimming / Badminton / Fitness & Health

Module 2

  • Swimming / Badminton / Fitness & Health / Dance / Football / Touch Rugby / Volleyball / Dance

Module 3

  • Athletics / Rounders / Tennis / Cricket / Rounders

 

Year 9 - The body in action

Module 1

  • Swimming / Fitness & Health / Football / Touch Rugby / Volleyball / Dance / Handball / Fitness & Health / Badminton

Module 2

  • Water Polo / Fitness & Health / Badminton / Fitness & Health / Handball / Exercise to Music Touch Rugby

Module 3

  • Athletics / Rounders / Tennis / Cricket / Rounders

 

Year 10 & 11 -  Lifelong enjoyment and participation

Module 1

  • Football / Handball / Netball / Sports Leaders / Fitness & Health /Team Invasion /Life Saving Fitness & Health / Badminton / Swimming / Team Invasion

 

Year 10 and Year 11 Sport Science (2019-2021) OCR Cambridge National L1/L2

Specification    https://www.ocr.org.uk/Images/82412-specification.pdf

  • R041: Reducing the risk of sports injuries
  • R042: Applying principles of training
  • R045: Sports nutrition
  • R046: Technology in sport

Year 12 – Year 13.  OCR L3 Cambridge Technicals, Sport and Physical Activity

Students will be introduced to how the body performs during sports activity, and how to manage health and safety issues to avoid sporting injuries. Students will also be involved with developing fitness in athletes and creating positive lifestyle choices that could affect sports performance. Practical sport sessions will allow students to explore all aspects of the course whilst improving their own sporting skills. Students will analyse their own and others performance, whilst implementing training programmes and applying risk assessments to activities.

https://www.ocr.org.uk/Images/260775-cambridge-technicals-sport-and-physical-activity-summary-brochure.pdf

  • Unit 1- Body systems and the effects of physical activity
  • Unit 2- Sports Coaching and Activity Leadership
  • Unit 3- Sports organisation and development
  • Unit 8- Organisation of sports events  
  • Unit 17- Sports injuries and rehab 

Year 12 - 13.  Level 2 and Level 3 COMMUNITY SPORTS LEADERS (SPORTS LEADERS UK)

The course is made up of seven units, which if successfully completed enable the students to achieve the award.

1. Plan, lead and evaluate a sport/activity session

2. Developing leadership skills

3. Lead a session to improve fitness

4. Adapting sports activities

5. Establish and maintain a safe sport/activity session

6. Organise and deliver a sports event or competition

7. Pathways in sport and recreation

For students to complete their Level 2 Award in Community Sports Leadership they complete 10 hours demonstration of leadership within the community. This demonstration of leadership makes up part of Unit 1 – Plan, lead and evaluate a sport/activity session.