Skip to content ↓

Physical Education

Year 7

Term 1

  • Multi skills
  • Outwitting opponents

Term 2

  • Outwitting opponents
  • Perform at maximal levels
  • Exploring/communicating ideas

Term 3

  • Accurate replication
  • Perform at maximal levels
  • Outwitting opponents

Term 4

  • Outwitting opponents
  • Exercising safely and effectively
  • Accurate replication

Term 5

  • Outwitting opponents
  • Perform at maximal levels

Term 6

  • Outwitting opponents
  • Perform at maximal levels

Year 8

Term 1

  • Exploring and communicating ideas
  • Young leaders
  • Outwitting opponents
  • Accurate replication
  • Exercising safely and effectively

Term 2

  • Perform at maximal levels
  • Young leaders
  • Outwitting opponents
  • Accurate replication

Term 3

  • Perform at maximal levels
  • Outwitting opponents
  • Young leaders
  • Exercising safely and effectively
  • Exploring and communicating ideas

Term 4

  • Exercising safely and effectively
  • Exploring and communicating ideas
  • Outwitting opponents
  • Accurate replication

Term 5

  • Outwitting opponents
  • Perform at maximal levels

Term 6

  • Outwitting opponents
  • Perform at maximal levels

Year 9

Course Title:  Sports Science

Qualification:   Cambridge National OCR

Description of Course:

This course is an academic course with only a very small percentage of the course delivery being practical.

The course includes four units of work which are likely to include learning about:

  • Developing an understanding of the principles of training. Applying these principles and devising specific and relevant training programmes. 
  • Sports nutrition.
  • How to reduce the risk of injury in sport.
  • Examples and effects of modern technology in sport. Including video analysis packages, Fitbits, GPS trackers, Hawkeye, goal line technology and data systems etc.

KS5

Course Title: OCR Level 3 Cambridge Technical Extended Certificate in Sport and Physical Activity

Qualification: A learner will complete a minimum of 360 GLH. They must achieve the 3 mandatory units totalling 240 GLH and optional units totalling a minimum of 120 GLH

Assessment: Examination 33%; Coursework 66%

Pre-requisite recommendations:

GCSE Physical Education preferred (grade C or above).

Candidates with strong subject knowledge in Sport and Physical Education and a keen interest in different elements of the sports industry, along with a committed and enthusiastic approach to practical sessions, leadership and coaching will be welcomed.

Description of course:

Learners will take six units made up of mandatory and optional units:

 

Everybody will study the following mandatory units:

  1. Body systems and the effects of physical activity;
  2. Sports Coaching and leadership;
  3. Sports Organisation and development.

 

Learners will also study the following optional units:

8)   Organisation of sports events;

     18)    Practical skills in sport and physical activities.

 

These units will give learners an understanding of sport in the wider contexts of coaching and leadership, anatomy and physiology, the body’s short and long term responses to physical activity and the framework of sport in the UK and the organisations involved. Learners will also develop transferable skills such as planning, communication, adaptability and leadership.