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Physical Education

Fitter, healthier, happier - teamwork makes the dream work.

Physical Education inspires lifelong enjoyment and understanding of a range of sporting physical activities developing well-being, independence, confidence and collaborative skills.

The PE Team
Mr P Rowe Area Improvement Leader
Miss M Kitchen Leading Teacher
Mr J Bates Lead Teacher
Mr K Marshall SSCO/Teacher of PE
Mrs S Bates Teacher of PE
Miss K Buckley Teacher of PE
Miss L Garnier Teacher of PE
Mr J Slater Head of House. Teacher of PE

Key Stage 3 

Girls

Boys

Year 7, 8 and 9

Games

PE

Games

PE

  1. Hockey
  2. Netball
  3. Football
  4. Netball
  5. Fielding and Striking

Tennis

  1. Dance
  2. Badminton
  3. Gymnastics
  4. Team Games
  5. Athletics
  1. Rugby
  2. Football
  3. Field & striking
  4. Tennis
  1. Gymnastics
  2. OAA / Team Games
  3. Badminton
  4. Basketball
  5. Athletics

Key Stage 4

Core PE

Girls

Boys

Year 10

Games

PE

Games

PE

  1. Hockey
  2. Netball
  3. Football
  4. Netball
  5. Fielding and Striking
  6. Tennis
  1. Dance
  2. Badminton
  3. Gymnastics
  4. Team Games
  5. Athletics
  1. Rugby
  2. Hockey
  3. Football
  4. Handball
  5. Fielding and striking
  6. Tennis

 

  1. Gymnastics
  2. Fitness
  3. Badminton
  4. Basketball
  5. Team Games
  6. Athletics

Year 11

  1. Hockey
  2. Netball
  3. Football
  4. Netball

 

  1. Dance
  2. Badminton
  3. Fitness
  4. Team Games

 

  1. Rugby
  2. Hockey
  3. Football
  4. Handball

 

  1. Gymnastics
  2. Fitness
  3. Badminton
  4. Basketball

 

 

GCSE PE – OCR

Theory

Practical

Year 9

  1. Components of fitness
  2. Testing methods
  3. Test protocol
  4. Data interpretation
  5. Principles of training
  6. Movement analysis
  7. FITT principle
  8. Types of training methods
  9. Skill Classification
  10. Goal setting
  11. SMART principle
  12. Application of the Analysing and Evaluating Performance (AEP)
  1. Netball / Football
  2. Hockey / Rugby / Badminton
  3. Analysing and Evaluating Performance (EAP)

Year 10

  1. Bones and functions of skeletal system
  2. Synovial joints, ligaments, tendons and cartilage
  3. Movement at hinge and ball and socket
  4. Major muscles and role they play
  5. Lever Systems
  6. Planes of movement
  7. Axis of rotation
  8. Cardiovascular System
  9. Respiratory system
  10. Aerobic and Anaerobic exercise
  11. Effects of exercise
  12. Short term
  13. Long term
  14. Components of fitness
  15. Training methods
  16. Principles of training
  17. FITT principle
  18. Optimising training
  19. Warm up / cool down
  20. Injury Prevention
  21. Risks/ Hazards
  1. Badminton / Football 
  2. Badminton / Netball
  3. Rugby / Hockey 
  4. Table Tennis / Tennis / Dance
  5. Athletics 

Year 11

1. SPORTS PSYCHOLOGY

  • Characteristics of skill
  • Skill classification
  • Goal setting
  • Mental Preparation
  • Types of Guidance
  • Types of feedback

 

2. ETHICAL AND SOCIOCULTURAL ISSUES

  • Ethics in sport
  • Drugs in sport
  • Violence in sport

 

3. HEALTH FITNESS AND WELL BEING

  • Physical, Emotional social health
  • Diet and Nutrition

 

  1. Tennis / Badminton / Dance
  2. Netball / Badminton / Table Tennis
  3. Football / Hockey / Rugby

 

Level 2 BTEC Sport - Edexcel

Theory

Practical

Issues affecting participation in sport user groups:

  • Ethnic minorities
  • Retired people/people over 50
  • Families with young children
  • Single parents
  • Children/teenagers
  • Disabled
  • Unemployed/economically disadvantaged
  • Working singles and couples

 

Possible barriers to participation in sport:

  • Disposable income
  • Employment/time
  • Work restrictions and family commitments
  • Accessibility of facilities/equipment
  • Provision of activities
  • Awareness of activity provision
  • Lack of role models
  • Portrayal of gender issues by the media

 

Solutions to barriers which affect participation

  • Provision (what is provided, supplied or arranged)
  • Promotion (actively encouraging or publicising)
  • Access (transport, entry and opportunities of use)

 

Popularity of Sport in the UK:

  • Participation
  • Success for individuals and teams
  • Provision
  • Environment/Climate
  • Spectatorship
  • Media Coverage
  • Role Models
  • Acceptability

 

Current trends in the popularity of different sports in the UK

 

Growth of new/emerging sports and activities in the UK

 

Role of Sport in Promoting Values:

  • Team Spirit
  • Fair Play
  • Citizenship
  • Tolerance and Respect
  • Inclusion
  • Excellence
  • National Pride

 

The Olympic and Paralympic Movement

  • Creed
  • Symbol
  • Olympic and Paralympic values

 

Other Initiatives to Promote Values

 

Etiquette and Sporting Behaviour

  • Reasons for observing etiquette and sporting behaviour
  • Sportsmanship
  • Gamesmanship
  • Spectator etiquette
  • Sports initiatives to break down barriers

 

Use of Performance-Enhancing Drugs in Sport:

  • Pressure to succeed as an individual
  • Pressure as a nation
  • Rewards
  • To match the competitors

 

World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA)

  • Whereabouts rule
  • Testing methods

 

Drug Offences by Elite Performers

 

Consequences and implications of doping

 

Hosting of Major Sporting Events

  • Regularity/scheduling
  • International element
  • Level of investment
  • Potential ‘legacy’, i.e.
  • – sporting
  • – social
  • – economic
  • The potential benefits and drawbacks of cities/countries hosting major sporting events

 

The Role of National Governing Bodies

  • Promotion
  • Development
  • Infrastructure
  • Policies and initiatives
  • Funding
  • Support

 

Individual/ Team Performance

  • Depending on space availability practice chosen sports
  • Combination of theory and practical
  • Identification of strengths/ areas for improvement in team and individual sport

 

Individual/ Team Performance

  • Further underpin theory to determine strengths/AFI in both chosen sports
  • Cover different types of skill (basic, complex, open, closed)

 

Individual/ Team Performance

  • Skills/ tactics/compositional ideas/ decision making
  • To be demonstrated in chosen team sporting performances
  • Creativity/ tactics/ compositional ideas/ decision making
  • To be demonstrated in individual sporting performances

 

Officiating

  • Demonstrate officiating skills
  • Application of rules and regulations when officiating
  • Communication and use of hand signals
  • Demonstration of officiating in chosen sports

 

Officiating / Improving Sports Performance

Improving Sports Performance

  • Reviewing performance
  • Application of practice methods

Understanding how to measure improvement

Sixth Form 

Wolfreton is part of The Consortium Sixth Form Partnership and all sixth form course information can be found on on its website the-consortium.org