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Prince Bishop School

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Physical Education and Sport KS3

What does PE aim to develop at key stage 3?

 

Prince Bishop PE department aims to promote enjoyment and a sense of achievement at every level of sport, developing pupil's social and interpersonal skills. Pupils will working with others and understand how to lead a healthy and active lifestyle. We will ensure pupils have the knowledge, skills and confidence to continue in their leisure time and encourage them to participate in extra-curricular activities, hopefully developing a lifelong interest in maintaining a healthy and physically active lifestyle.


Year 7 Sports

  1. Fundamental Movement Skills – Developing the application of fundamentals of movement into sports.
  2. Net and Wall – Pupils will study badminton, table tennis and volleyball.
  3. Invasion Games – Pupils will study rugby, football, dodgeball and basketball.
  4. Fitness and Health –Looking at how to live a healthy and active lifestyle.
  5. Athletics – Pupils will study track and field events.

 

Year 8 Sports

  1. Net and Wall – Pupils will study badminton, table tennis and volleyball.
  2. Invasion Games – Pupils will study rugby, football, dodgeball and basketball.
  3. Fitness and Health –Looking at how to live a healthy and active lifestyle.
  4. Athletics – Pupils will study track and field events.
  5. Gymnastics – Pupils will develop physical competency in a range of creative movements.

 

Year 9 Sports

  1. Net and Wall – Pupils will study badminton, table tennis and volleyball.
  2. Invasion Games – Pupils will study rugby, football, dodgeball and basketball.
  3. Fitness and Health –Looking at how to live a healthy and active lifestyle.
  4. Gymnastics – Pupils will develop physical competency in an range of creative movements.
  5. Outdoor and Adventurous Activities – Pupils will study a range of outdoor activities including climbing, kayaking/ canoeing and orienteering.

 

Extracurricular Activity:

Students have the opportunity to participate in extracurricular sport on a Tuesday after school which changes each term to reflect the interest of the pupils. There are regular fixtures organised with other schools across a range of sports including football, rugby and basketball. This is an opportunity for pupils to represent the school and show what they can do.

 

 Key Stage 4 Physical Education and Sport.

 

Pupils have two choices at key stage 4. Pupils can opt to study GCSE PE or continue to undertake Core PE.

 

GCSE PE

Pupils who choose GCSE PE will have elements of practical assessment (60%) and an exam (40%). Pupils will continue to build practical skills, knowledge and tactics from key stage 3 across a range of sports. They will combine this with theoretical understanding of sports.

 

Year 10

  • The range of physical activities & roles.
  • The demands of the performer.
  • Aerobic & anaerobic exercise.
  • Linking physical activity with diet, work and rest for personal health and a balanced lifestyle.
  • Aspects of training and exercise.

 

Year 11

  • School influences on sport.
  • Emotional health and well-being.
  • Cultural and social factors affecting sport.
  • Opportunities and pathways available for becoming or remaining in physical activity.
  • How the media affects sport.
  • Making informed decisions, getting involved.

 

Core PE

Pupils who choose Core PE will participate in the subject once a week. During year 10 and 11 pupils will study and undertake Sports Leaders Level 1. This will develop their leadership, communication and social skills linked to sport. These sessions are 90% practical and assessment is ongoing through the course.