PE

What will students learn?

Year 7

The Physical Education course aims to introduce and develop skills in the following National Curriculum areas: Outwitting Opponents; Performing at Maximum Levels; Accurate Replication; Identifying and Solving Problems and Exercising Safely and Effectively. It aims to develop a variety of personal, thinking and literacy skills along with leadership skills. This is all underpinned with gaining an understanding of the importance of maintaining a healthy, active and balanced lifestyle.

Personal Skills:

  • Social skills
  • Motivation

Thinking Skills:

  • Creative Thinking

Literacy:

  • Active listening to understand

The sports focused on include:

  • Football
  • Basketball
  • Dance
  • Tag Rugby/Rugby
  • Netball
  • Rounders
  • Cricket
  • Net/Wall Games
  • Gymnastics
  • Athletics
  • OAA
  • Health and Fitness

Year 8

The Physical Education course aims to introduce and develop skills in the following National Curriculum areas: Outwitting Opponents; Performing at Maximum Levels; Accurate Replication; Identifying and Solving Problems and Exercising Safely and Effectively. It aims to develop a variety of personal, thinking and literacy skills along with leadership skills. This is all underpinned with gaining an understanding of the importance of maintaining a healthy, active and balanced lifestyle.

Personal Skills:

  • Social skills
  • Motivation

Thinking Skills:

  • Creative Thinking

Literacy:

  • Active Listening to understand

The sports focused on include:

  • Football
  • Basketball
  • Tag Rugby/Rugby
  • Netball
  • Rounders
  • Cricket
  • Net/Wall Games
  • Handball
  • Gymnastics
  • Athletics
  • Wide Games
  • Health and Fitness

Year 9

The Physical Education course aims to introduce and develop skills in the following National Curriculum areas: Outwitting Opponents; Performing at Maximum Levels; Accurate Replication; Identifying and Solving Problems and Exercising Safely and Effectively. It aims to develop a variety of personal, thinking and literacy skills along with leadership skills. This is all underpinned with gaining an understanding of the importance of maintaining a healthy, active and balanced lifestyle.

Personal Skills:

  • Social skills
  • Motivation

Thinking Skills:

  • Creative Thinking

Literacy:

  • Active Listening to understand

The sports focused on include:

  • Football
  • Basketball
  • Rugby Union
  • Netball
  • Handball
  • Volleyball
  • Rounders
  • Cricket
  • Trampolining
  • Health and Fitness
  • Introduction to Sports Leadership

How will they be assessed?

Year 7

Assessment is made in all activities covering the 5 areas below:

  1. Skills and tactics in practice
  2. Application of skills and tactics in competitive situations
  3. Making and Applying Decisions
  4. Development of Physical and Mental Capacity
  5. Evaluating and Improving own and others performances

The students will also be assessed in:

  1. Their ability to work as part of a team
  2. Leadership skills
  3. Fitness levels
  4. Knowledge of how to maintain a healthy, actively lifestyle

Each student is assessed on each unit of work and a summative level given. Verbal feedback will be constantly given through lessons, which pupils should act on. Students will be given opportunities to assess others and offer constructive feedback. At the end of year the students will be given an overall level generated from the five areas above.

Year 8

Assessment is made in all activities covering the 5 areas below:

  1. Skills and tactics in practice
  2. Application of skills and tactics in competitive situations
  3. Making and Applying Decisions
  4. Development of Physical and Mental Capacity
  5. Evaluating and Improving own and others performances

The students will also be assessed in:

  1. Their ability to work as part of a team
  2. Leadership skills
  3. Fitness levels
  4. Knowledge of how to maintain a healthy, actively lifestyle

Each student is assessed on each unit of work and a summative level given. Verbal feedback will be constantly given through lessons, which pupils should act on. Students will be given opportunities to assess others and offer constructive feedback. At the end of year the students will be given an overall level generated from the five areas above.

Year 9

Assessment is made in all activities covering the 5 areas below:

  1. Skills and tactics in practice
  2. Application of skills and tactics in competitive situations
  3. Making and Applying Decisions
  4. Development of Physical and Mental Capacity
  5. Evaluating and Improving own and others performances

The students will also be assessed in:

  1. Their ability to work as part of a team
  2. Leadership skills
  3. Fitness levels
  4. Knowledge of how to maintain a healthy, actively lifestyle

Each student is assessed on each unit of work and a summative level given. Verbal feedback will be constantly given through lessons, which pupils should act on. Students will be given opportunities to assess others and offer constructive feedback. At the end of year the students will be given an overall level generated from the five areas above.

Home Learning

Year 7

A wide range of extra-curricular clubs are offered, including Athletics, Basketball, Cricket, Football, Gymnastics, Netball, Rounders, Rugby, Running, Volleyball and the Multi-skills Club.

Clubs are at lunchtime and after school. All school teams compete regularly in Redbridge, London & Essex League and Cup competitions. All students compete in interform competitions throughout the year culminating in the Sports Day in July.

Year 8

A wide range of extra-curricular clubs are offered, including Athletics, Basketball, Cricket, Dance, Football, Gymnastics, Netball, Rounders, Tag Rugby, Running, Table Tennis, Trampolining, Volleyball and the Multiskills Club.

Clubs are at lunchtime and after school. All school teams compete regularly in Redbridge, London & Essex League and Cup competitions. All students compete in interform competitions throughout the year culminating in the Sports Day in July.

Year 9

A wide range of extra-curricular clubs are offered, including Football, Netball, Rugby, Rounders, Cricket, Athletics, Basketball, Trampolining, Table Tennis, Volleyball and the Multiskills Club.

Clubs are at lunchtime and after school. All school teams compete regularly in Redbridge, London & Essex League and Cup competitions. All students compete in interform competitions throughout the year culminating in the Sports Day in July.

How can parents' support their child?

Year 7

Parents should encourage their child to join in sporting activities at school through the extensive extra-curricular clubs timetable.

Encourage their child to take part in physical activities in their spare time to maintain a healthy, active and balanced lifestyle.

Help your child to be well organised and prepared for Physical Education lessons and ensure that they arrive at lessons with all of the correct kit

Year 8

Parents should encourage their child to join in sporting activities at school through the extensive extra-curricular clubs timetable.

Encourage their child to take part in physical activities in their spare time to maintain a healthy, active and balanced lifestyle.

Help your child to be well organised and prepared for Physical Education lessons and ensure that they arrive at lessons with all of the correct kit.

Year 9

Parents should encourage their child to join in sporting activities at school through the extensive extra-curricular clubs timetable.

Encourage their child to take part in physical activities in their spare time to maintain a healthy, active and balanced lifestyle.

Help your child to be well organised and prepared for Physical Education lessons.