How is PE taught?
Students will have 1 hour of PE each week and will be taught in single-sex lessons.
Sports & activities covered:
Students may study the following physical activities:
- Autumn/Spring Terms: Cross-Country, Trampettes/Trampolining, Lacrosse, Handball, Table Tennis, Health Related Fitness (Rowing, Aerobics, Outdoor Training, Circuit Training), Netball, Football, Basketball, Badminton, Rugby, Volleyball.
- Summer Term: Athletics, Rounder's, Cricket, Softball and Tennis.
- Aim to develop their practical skills in a wide choice of activities.
- Develop their technical and tactical ability and understanding of a wide range of sports and activities.
- Improve their confidence and self-esteem.
- Develop their teamwork, commitment, enthusiasm and communication skills.
- Develop a greater understanding of healthy lifestyles.
- Plan, perform and lead a warm up for themselves and others in a variety of sports and activities.
- Develop, broaden and apply their range of skills and tactics in each sport or activity they participate in.
- Demonstrate a greater understanding of the associated rules and tactics in each sport.
- Be able to evaluate their own and others performances through observation and analysis.
Students will be assessed through:
- Their practical performance in terms of technical ability, knowledge and understanding.
- Their ability to evaluate their own and others performances.
- Their knowledge and understanding of rules/tactics.
- Their effort and behaviour
- Indoor activities – Black shorts, white T-shirts, black socks and trainers.
- Outdoor activities –Black shorts, white T-shirt, black socks, rugby tops/red jumpers, trainers/boots.
- Other possible kit – Plain black tracksuit bottoms, gum shield, shin pads, hair bobbles.