Physical education

The Physical Education Department is working together to secure improvement and achieve excellence through challenge, opportunity and success. We provide a varied curriculum that’s shows continuity and progression to meet the needs of all pupils, including both those with high ability and those with special educational needs (SEN).

  • To establish clear targets for pupil achievement and to evaluate progress and achievement by all pupils.
  • To ensure that girls and boys have equal opportunities to experience the full range of activities in the curriculum (while being encouraged to take part in two or more hours of physical activities per week).
  • To develop an understanding of how different ethnic cultures impact on world sport.
  • To ensure that pupils are physically literate individuals who recognise the value of physical activity for health, enjoyment, challenge, social interaction and self-expression.
  • To ensure that all pupils exhibit responsible personal and social behaviour that respects self and others.
Head of Department

Head of Department: Mr I Smith

Termly Topics (SOW Overview)
  1. Invasion Game: Netball, Football
  2. Striking Game: Rounders, Cricket
  3. Net Game: Badminton, Tennis
  4. Dance
  5. Swimming
  6. Athletics
Termly Topics (SOW Overview)
  1. Invasion Game: Football, Netball, Basketball
  2. Striking Game: Cricket, Rounders
  3. Net Game: Badminton, Tennis, Volleyball
  4. Dance
  5. Health Related Fitness
  6. Athletic
Termly Topics (SOW Overview)
  1. Invasion Game: Football, Netball, Basketball, Hockey
  2. Striking Game: Cricket, Rounders
  3. Net Game: Badminton, Tennis, Volleyball
  4. Health Related Fitness
  5. Athletics
Termly Topics (SOW Overview)
  1. Invasion Game: Football, Netball, Basketball, Hockey
  2. Striking Game: Cricket, Rounders
  3. Net Game: Badminton, Tennis, Volleyball
  4. Health Related Fitness
  5. Athletics
Termly Topics (SOW Overview)
  1. Invasion Game: Football, Netball, Basketball, Hockey
  2. Striking Game: Cricket, Rounders
  3. Net Game: Badminton, Tennis, Volleyball
  4. Health Related Fitness
  5. Athletics
Recommended resources and reading books
Qualification, Examination and Assessment

GCSE PE
Examination Board – Edexcel

  1. Fitness and Body Systems Applied Anatomy and Physiology, Movement Analysis, Physical Training and Use of Data.
    Weighting- 36% of the total GCSE – 90 marks
  2. Health and Performance Health, Fitness and well-being, Sports Psychology, Socio- cultural influences and Use of Data.
    Weighting 24% of the total GCSE – 70 marks
  3. Practical Performance (non -exam assessment) Demonstrate and apply relevant skills and techniques in activities and sport.
    Weighting 30% of the total GCSE -90 marks (30 marks per activity).
  4. Personal Exercise Programme (PEP) Analyse and evaluate performance. Planning, carrying out and monitoring PEP. Evaluation of PEP.
    Weighting 10% of the total GCSE – 20 marks.