PE

PE

KS3 PE: Pupils receive work via teams once a fortnight as per their time table.

Year 7 – Sport Education booklet . This booklet looks at sports rules and regulations, a sports profile, components of fitness and planning to improve. Weekly practical challenges and skills task are emailed out.  This half term practical focus is Rounders.  Pupils have done low catching, high catching and  throwing.  Videos provided by the Youth Sports Trust.  

Year 8 – Healthy mind, healthy body, healthy me booklet. This booklet looks at reasons for taking part in physical activity and the body's systems.   Weekly practical challenges and skills tasks are emailed out. This half term practical focus is Athletics. Pupils have done the sprint start, endurance running technique, hurdles and shot putt. Videos provided by the Youth Sports Trust.  

Year 9 – Fitness and nutrition booklet.  This booklet looks at diet, eating disorders, drugs, smoking, goal setting and the media.  Weekly practical challenges and tasks are emailed out.  This half term the practical focus is target games.   Pupils have looked at catching and throwing in Ultimate Frisbee and frisbee golf and Frisbee tennis. They have also looked a Boccia (a more inclusive target game).  Videos provided by the Youth Sports Trust.  

In addition to the theoretical work, a weekly PE challenge is emailed out for pupils to take part in. Results are recorded and the top three positions receive a prize.

There will be no formal assessment in KS3 PE at this time.  Only pupils' attitudes to learning are recorded.

KS4 PE: Following the pupils normal timetable. 

Year 10 GCSE PE:  Pupils are doing a mixture of new content and retrieval tasks.  New content continued with the respiratory system and moved onto the effects of exercise.  Retrieval lessons have looked at the musculoskeletal system and movement analysis.  Lessons have been a combination of live lessons, pre-recorded PowerPoint lessons and written tasks.  

Year 10 will receive an assessment in GCSE PE and Health & Fitness. The assessment will consist of a test on Microsoft forms and a written assessment on movement analysis. The test will be out of 40 marks and the written assessment out of 20 marks.  This will give a total of 60 marks, which can be easily converted to a grade using the exam board grade boundaries.

Health and Fitness: Looking at the Cardiovascular system. Some new content has been taught and some retrieval lessons. The next focus will be on revision and retrieval.  

Y11 GCSE PE: Pupils are doing a mixture of new content and retrieval tasks.  New content continued with the Health, Fitness and well-being for paper 2 and components of fitness and fitness tests for paper 1. Tasks for paper 1 have focused on the AEP with the plan of putting the coursework together when pupils return as a source of evidence. 

Retrieval lessons have looked at the mock paper; focusing on areas of development.  Lessons have been a combination of live lessons, pre-recorded PowerPoint lessons and written tasks.  

Health and fitness: Focus is on the Synoptic Project.  The project was released in December.  Pupils are completing small tasks that will go towards the overall project.  Lessons have been a combination of live lessons and pre-recorded videos.