Physical Education

Key Stage 3

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In Year 7 students are introduced to a wide variety of activities. Students have two PE lessons per week, one individual lesson which is mixed ability and mixed sex, and one which is a games lessons which is single sex and is set. Individual lessons include trampolining, gymnastics, orienteering, dance and fitness and athletics. Games activities include football, netball (girls), rugby (boys), swimming, basketball, athletics and cricket/softball (boys) and rounders (girls)

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In Year 8 students develop the skills that they learnt in year 7. The game activities are the same as Year 7, but in individual lessons orienteering is replaced with a problem solving unit of work

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Most students have learnt basic game play and rules in Year 7 and 8, year 9 focuses on more strategies and tactics of how to be successful. The curriculum differs slightly, gymnastics becomes vaulting, fitness is light weight training, a leadership unit of work is completed by all studenst and trampolining is tailored towards paired sequences. In games lessons students are introduced to volleyball. Girls also participate in 6 weeks of rugby.

Key Stage 4

KEY STAGE 4

All students continue to participate in three hours of PE over a fortnight. Both lessons are single sex, lessons are a combination of performance and recreational activities.

GCSE 2016-18 (YEAR 10)

Course Title

GCSE  Physical Education

Examination Board

Edexcel

Qualification

2PE01

Specification

GCSE

QN Code

500/4676/7

Link to specification

https://qualifications.pearson.com/en/qualifications/edexcel-gcses/physical-education-2009.html

Summary of course content

Theory topics: 40% final grade

1.1

Healthy, active lifestyles (reasons for taking part)

1.2

Influences on your health (participation)

1.3

Health, Exercise Performance and Fitness. (HRF, SRF)

1.4

Physical activity (Training)

1.5

Personal health (Diet)

2.1

Healthy mind and body (Weight, Drugs, Injury)

2.2

Cardiovascular System

2.3

Respiratory System

2.4

Muscular System

2.5

Skeletal System

Practical (60%) (4 sports, a few examples are below)

Fitness

Football

Netball

Rugby

Badminton

Rounders

Softball

 

 

How will I be assessed?

Practical moderation day

Exam

What type of activities take place in lessons?

5 lessons over 2 weeks (3 theory, 2 practical).

What type of homework tasks will be set?

Weekly 6 mark question per group.

Research linking topic to current sports specific examples.

Useful links

www.brianmac.com

http://www.edexcel.com/quals/gcse/gcse09/pe/Pages/default.aspx

How will this help students in the future?

Careers in:

Teaching

Coaching

Physiotherapy

Gym instructor

Personal Trainer

How will this course build on Key Stage 3?

Further develop physical skills learnt in key stage 3

Broaden key aspects in theory in physical education

 

 

GCSE [ENTER SUBJECT HERE]  2016-17 (YEAR 11) LEGACY SYLLABUS

Course Title

GCSE  Physical Education

Examination Board

Edexcel

Qualification

GCSE

Specification

GCSE – 1PEO

QN Code

601/8161/8

Link to specification

https://qualifications.pearson.com/en/qualifications/edexcel-gcses/physical-education-2016.html

Summary of course content

Theory (70%)

 Fitness and body systems

Exam 1hour 45 minutes

90 marks

 

Applied anatomy and physiology

1.1 The structure and functions of the musculo-skeletal system

  1. The structure and functions of the cardio-respiratory system

1.3 Anaerobic and aerobic exercise

1.4 The short and long term effects of exercise

 

Movement analysis

2.1 Lever systems, examples of their use in activity and mechanical advantage and mechanical advantage they provide in movement.

2.2 Planes and axes of movement

 

Physical training

3.1 the relationship between health and fitness and the role that exercise plays in both

3.2 the components of fitness, benefits for sport and how fitness is measured and improved

3.3 the principles of training and their application to personal exercise/training programmes

3.4 the long term effects of exercise

3.5 How to optimise training and prevent injury

3.6 effective use of warm up and cool down

 

Use of data

4.1 use of data

 

Component 2

Exam 1 hour and 15 minutes

70 marks

Health, fitness and well being

  1. Physical, emotional and social health, fitness and well being
  2. The consequences of a sedentary lifestyle
  3. Energy use, diet, nutrition and hydration.

 

Sport psychology

2.1 Classification of skills (basic/complex/open/closed)

2.2 The use of goal setting and SMART  targets to improve and/or optimise performance

2.3 Guidance and feedback on performance

2.4 mental preparation for performance

 

Socio – cultural influences

3.1 Engagements patterns of different social groups in physical activity and sport

3.2 Commercialisation of physical activity sport

3.3 Ethical and socio – cultural issues in physical activity and sport

 

Use of data

4.1 use of data

 

Practical (30%)

 

Component 3 Practical performance

105 marks

One team activity

One individual activity

One of your choice, either team/individual

 

Component 4 Personal exercise programme (PEP)

20 marks

 

How will I be assessed?

Practical moderation day

Exam

What type of activities take place in lessons?

5 lessons over 2 weeks (3 theory, 2 practical).

What type of homework tasks will be set?

Weekly 6/9 mark question per group.

Research linking topic to current sports specific examples.

Useful links

www.brianmac.com

http://www.edexcel.com/quals/gcse/gcse09/pe/Pages/default.aspx

How will this help students in the future?

Careers in:

Teaching

Coaching

Physiotherapy

Gym instructor

Personal Trainer

How will this course build on Key Stage 3?

Students develop their practical skills in a variety of sports which contributes to 30% of their final grade.

Students will develop their understanding of the theory behind the human body, types of skill and socio cultural groupings.