PE

Subject leader

Mr Andrew Ibbott:
andrew.ibbott@swale.at

 

“is not only one of the most important keys to a healthy body, it is the basis of dynamic and creative intellectual activity ”

John F. Kennedy

 

Curriculum Intent

“To encourage young people to actively engage in lifelong physical activity. To develop and promote positive healthy, active lifestyle habits and employability skills, such as, confidence, character, communication, collaboration, organisation and leadership. To build a foundation of understanding and skills that can be implemented in Key Stage 4 and beyond. “

Curriculum implementation 

The Turing School PE - Vision. Intent and Mission Statement

The Turing School PE - Learning Journey - Whole School

The Turing School PE - Learning Journey KS3

The Turing School Learning Journey - KS4 V.Cert

KS3

Allocation of time, brief overview of skills and knowledge 

 

Students have 3 lessons a week of Physical Education during these lessons they will be taught to:

  • Use a range of tactics and strategies to overcome opponents in direct competition through team and individual games.

  • Develop their technique and improve their performance in other competitive sports.

  • Perform dances using advanced dance techniques in a range of dance styles and forms.

  • Take part in outdoor and adventurous activities which present intellectual and physical challenges and be encouraged to work in a team, building on trust and developing skills to solve problems, either individually or as a group

  • Analyse their performances compared to previous ones and demonstrate improvement to achieve their personal best

  • Take part in competitive sports and activities outside school through community links or sports clubs.

Year 7

In terms 1&2 students will undertake a baseline assessment looking at fundamental motor skills and physical literacy. They will then follow Units of Work on Basketball, Netball, Outdoor Adventurous Activities, Football, Rugby, Hockey.

In terms 3&4 students will follow Units of Work on Dance, Badminton, Healthy Active Lifestyles, Gymnastics.

In terms 5&6 students will follow Units of Work on Tennis, Athletics, Striking and Fielding. 

 

Due to facilities and equipment classes will work on a carousel and therefore may not do each activity as explicitly as stated in the time frame above. 

Year 8

In terms 1&2 students will follow Units of Work on Healthy Active Lifestyles, Netball, Football, Basketball, Hockey, Rugby.

In terms 3&4 students will follow Units of Work on Dance, Trampolining, Gymnastics, Table Tennis, Badminton.

In terms 5&6 students will follow Units of Work on Tennis, Athletics, Striking and Fielding. 

 

Due to facilities and equipment classes will work on a carousel and therefore may not do each activity as explicitly as stated in the time frame above.

Year 9

In terms 1&2 students will follow Units of Work on Healthy Active Lifestyles, Invasion Games, Badminton, 

In terms 3&4 students will follow Units of Work on Invasion Games, Aesthetic Activities, Table Tennis, Volleyball.

In terms 5&6 students will follow Units of Work on Tennis, Athletics, Striking and Fielding.

 

Due to facilities and equipment classes will work on a carousel and therefore may not do each activity as explicitly as stated in the time frame above.

KS4 Core Physical Education

Allocation of time, Exam board and hyperlink to specification

 

All students will have 3 lessons of Core Physical Education a week, during these lessons they will be taught to:

  • Use and develop a variety of tactics and strategies to overcome opponents in team and individual games. 

  • Develop their technique and improve their performance in other competitive sports or other physical activities 

  • Take part in further outdoor and adventurous activities in a range of environments which present intellectual and physical challenges and which encourage pupils to work in a team, building on trust and developing skills to solve problems, either individually or as a group

  • Evaluate their performances compared to previous ones and demonstrate improvement across a range of physical activities to achieve their personal best.

  • Continue to take part regularly in competitive sports and activities outside school through community links or sports clubs.

Year 10

Students will select a pathway appropriate to themselves that will aid them in their journey to health and lifelong participation in sport or physical activity. 

 

The Pathways are;

  • Competition

  • Health

  • Leadership

 

This will consist activities mentioned below, the list is not exclusive or all encompassing and it can change due to facilities and equipment requirements but most importantly to meet needs of the students; 

 

Football, Rugby, Badminton, Dodgeball, Aerobics, Basketball, Handball, Netball, Gymnastics, Trampolining, Athletics, Tennis, Rounders, Cricket, Softball, Hockey, Fitness.

Year 11

Students will select a pathway appropriate to themselves that will aid them in their journey to health and lifelong participation in sport or physical activity. 

 

The Pathways are;

  • Competition

  • Health

  • Leadership

 

This will consist activities mentioned below, the list is not exclusive or all encompassing, and it can change due to facilities and equipment requirements but most importantly to meet needs of the students; 

 

Football, Rugby, Badminton, Dodgeball, Aerobics, Basketball, Handball, Netball, Gymnastics, Trampolining, Athletics, Tennis, Rounders, Cricket, Softball, Hockey, Fitness.

KS4 Qualification Physical Education 

Allocation of time, Exam board and hyperlink to specification

 

Those students that select Physical Education as an option for KS4 will have 3 lessons a week. They will follow the NCFE Level 2 Technical Award in Health and Fitness.

NCFE V.Cert L2 in Health and Fitness

Year 10

In terms 1&2 students will understand and identify the main body systems and their functions.

In terms 3&4 students will understand the principles of training and FITT.

In terms 5&6 students will explore how physical activity affects the body in the short and long term.

Year 11

In terms 1&2 students will understand how relevant fitness tests can be used for specific health and skill components of fitness.

In terms 3&4 students will understand different lifestyle analysis tools and how to apply them.

In term 5 students will create a health and fitness programme.

Homework

Allocation, frequency, expectation, examples of tasks???

Additional websites and resources

Hodder Health and Fitness Text Book (available from www.hoddereducation.co.uk)

 

www.gcsepod.com/

 

Useful websites: 

www.bbcbitesize.co.uk/education

www.iachieveuk.wordpress.com/courses/health-and-fitness/

www.bhf.org.uk/

www.nhs.uk/livewell/Pages/

www.food.gov.uk/

www.active.com/fitness/articles/how-to-set-s-m-a-r-t-goals