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In Physical Education we set the highest expectations for every pupil. Work is planned to stretch for pupils whose attainment is significantly above the expected standard. Equally, work is planned for pupils who have low levels of prior attainment or come from disadvantaged backgrounds. Teachers use appropriate assessment to set targets which are deliberately ambitious and lessons are planned to meet this.

Pupils’ numeracy and mathematical reasoning in PE is taken into consideration so that pupils will understand and appreciate the importance of mathematics. Pupils in PE will participate in OAA which will improve and develop their problem solving skills. Pupils will be taught to apply their mathematics to both routine and non-routine problems, including breaking down more complex problems into a series of simpler steps. This will take place in practical lessons where appropriate.

Teachers will develop pupils’ spoken language, reading, writing and vocabulary as integral aspects of the teaching of PE. Pupils will be taught to speak clearly and convey ideas confidently using Standard English in practical group discussion and sharing of ideas. They will learn to justify ideas with reasons; ask questions to check understanding; develop vocabulary and build knowledge; negotiate; evaluate and build on the ideas of others. This will be developed in practical and theory lessons where appropriate.

Year 7
Health and Fitness Pupils will be introduced to basic fitness activities and develop an accurate replication of the required techniques. Pupils will develop the skills of sustained running, jumping and other fitness skills. Pupils should understand that different events demand different components of fitness and be able to adapt to the set task. Students should be able to describe the elements of an effective technique in a small circuit.
Outwitting Opponents Pupils will participate in 4 /5 different sports over 2 terms. (approx. 6 lessons per activity). They will participate at Football, Rugby, Handball/Basketball, Badminton/Table tennis. (Timetable logistics may determine what the students can cover). They will participate in Rugby for the first half term
Gymnastics Pupils should be able to accurate replicate basic balance, rotation and flight based movements. Pupils will be able to demonstrate correct take-off and landing technique, as well as a clear body shape whilst airborne. To apply movements, agilities and balances individually and as part of a fluent sequence. Pupils will select, combine and perform skills; actions and balances demonstrating varied levels of creativity. Pupils will perform more advance skills using boxes and springboards.
Athletics Pupils will develop athletic skills and accurately replicate techniques to achieve an outcome. Pupils will further develop the skills of sprinting, sustained running, jumping and throwing using advance tactics to improve scores. Pupils should understand that different events demand different skill types and be able to adapt their skills to the needs of the event. Students to describe the elements of an effective running, jumping & throwing style.
Year 8
Outwitting Opponents Pupils will participate in 4 /5 different sports over 2 terms. (approx. 6 lessons per activity). They will participate at Football, Rugby, Handball/Basketball, Hockey, Badminton/Table Tennis (Timetable logistics may determine what the students can cover)
Health and Fitness  Pupils will develop previously learnt fitness activities. Pupils will develop the skills of sustained running, jumping and other fitness skills. Pupils should understand that different events demand different components of fitness and be able to adapt to the set task. Pupils will also begin to understand the ‘Principles of training’ and they can use these concepts in their own training and planning.
Outdoor and adventurous activities (problem solving)  Pupil will further develop OAA skills and extend the ability of accurate replication. Pupils will develop advanced skills related to problem solving and teamwork. Pupils should understand that different events demand different skill types and be able to adapt their skills to the needs of the event. Pupils to evaluate team dynamics to gain an improvement in performance. To show and develop effective communication and leadership skills.
Athletics  Pupils will develop more advanced athletic skills and accurately replicate techniques to achieve an outcome. Pupils will further develop the skills of sprinting, sustained running, jumping and throwing using advance tactics to improve scores. Pupils should understand that different events demand different skill types and be able to adapt their skills to the needs of the event. Students to describe the elements of an effective running, jumping & throwing style.
Year 9
Football Pupils will further develop the ability to outwit opponents and teams using strategies and tactics. Pupils will learn to combine and perform more advanced football skills consistently applying fluency, a greater accuracy and higher quality of technique. Continual development and refinement of the learnt skills will contribute to producing an improved performance and outwit opposition more frequently.
Net games Pupils will participate in a range of badminton, table tennis and indoor tennis to understand how to outwit opponents using strategies and tactics during game play. Pupils will learn and perform more basic badminton, table tennis and tennis skills with accuracy and control. Continual development and adaptation of the necessary skills will contribute to producing an improved performance.
Health and Fitness The boys will study the Principles of Training in Year 9.  Once they have gained this understanding through practically taught theory lessons, they will then apply this knowledge in planning and executing a Personal Exercise Plan.  This plan is designed to improve fitness in a key sporting area and the students will need to apply knowledge gained over the whole course of Key Stage 3.
Rugby Pupils will further develop the ability to outwit opponents and teams using strategies and tactics. Pupils will learn to choose, combine and perform more advanced rugby skills consistently applying fluency and a greater accuracy and a higher quality of technique. Continual development and refinement of the fundamental skills will contribute to producing an improved performance.
Athletics Pupils will develop advanced athletic skills and accurately replicate techniques to achieve an outcome. Pupils will further develop the skills of sprinting, sustained running, jumping and throwing using advance tactics to improve scores. Pupils should understand that different events demand different skill types and be able to adapt their skills to the needs of the event. Students to describe the elements of an effective running, jumping & throwing style.

Year 10

In the Autumn/winter and spring term students will select as a class 4 sports from the list of options. The sports that are selected will be covered once for a period of ½ a term.
-Football, Basketball, Health and Fitness, Handball, Dodgeball, Net Games, Rugby.

In the summer term students will participate in 3 sports on a rotation basis
-Athletics, Softball, Ultimate Frisbee, NFL

Year 11

In the Autumn/winter and spring term students will select as a class 4 sports from the list of options. The sports that are selected will be covered once for a period of ½ a term.
-Football, Basketball, Health and Fitness, Handball, Dodgeball, Net Games, Rugby.

In the summer term students will participate in 3 sports on a rotation basis
-Softball, Ultimate Frisbee, NFL

GCSE Year 10
Autumn/Winter
Energy Systems aerobic & anaerobic energy systems
The functions & role of blood Effects of exercise on the body
Somatotypes the three types: ectomorph, Endomorph, mesomorph. Sports specific for these types
Participation individual differences: age, disability, gender, physique, environment, access to facilities
Different roles and careers in sport roles in sport player or performer, organiser, leader/coach, choreographer, official
Different activities in sport range of activities games, gymnastics
Fitness and health athletics, dance, outdoor adventure. Precautions of outdoor and adventurous activities
Winter/Spring
Physical and mental demands injury fatigue, anxiety, aggression, stress, arousal, boredom
Preventing injury/health and safety factors to prevent risk/injury. Warm up/cool down. Health and safety legislations. Clothing and safety equipment
Rules and etiquette in sport fair play, rules to equipment, Rules & codes of conduct, etiquette in sport
Leisure and recreation in sport leisure time, physical recreation, Outdoor recreation, lifetime sports
Summer
 Principles of training  the factors of overload, s.p.o.r.t (f.i.t.t)
Testing components of fitness   testing strength, speed, stamina, suppleness
Types of training   fartlek, continuous, circuit, interval, weight
Diet   the 7 food groups link to sporting performance. Diet plans and energy use. Specialist sports diets
GCSE Year 11
Autumn/Winter
The national curriculum and PE in school aims, PE in school and the benefits
Competitions grass roots, novice competitions, open competitions, types of competition formats
Major sporting events advantages & disadvantages in hosting a major event
Science & technology in sport how ICT helps performance. Different software packages
Technology innovations how technology has developed and enhanced sport
Winter/Spring
The skeletal system names of bones, joints, functions, types of bone, types of joints, names of joints, biomechanics movements
The muscular system names of muscles, how muscles work in pairs, fast & slow twitch fibres, tone & posture, fatigue
Energy systems aerobic & anaerobic energy systems
The function & role of blood  
Effects of exercise  
Last updated: June 22, 2017 at 10:47 am

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