PE Curriculum Plans

Year 7 Autumn

What are we learning?
What Knowledge, Understanding and Skills will we gain?
What will excellence look like?
How will these be assessed?

Girls: netball

Boys: Football

 

Students will focus on passing short & long distances using different techniques; catching/ controlling a ball; dodging, marking & shooting; officiating and analysing performance. Students will gain an understanding roles, positions and tactics and how to alter plans accordingly. They will develop an understanding the value of fairness in sport.

Students will applying the skills of the game with increased precision and speed in a competitive game situation.  An ability to play more than one position successfully; demonstrating knowledge of the rules and tactics when playing. They are able to officiate with confidence; analysing their own and others performance and suggesting ways to improve. They can use sport specific language to justify self-assessment.

Girls: Football

Boys: Rugby

All: Cross Country

Cross Country-Pacing, Mental Capacity.

An ability to demonstrate maximal fitness ability over a variety of terrains. Demonstration of a high level of resilience to overcome personal barriers and challenges.


Year 7 Spring

What are we learning?
What Knowledge, Understanding and Skills will we gain?
What will excellence look like?
How will these be assessed?

Gymnastics, Trampolining, Handball, Athletics, Badminton, Tennis, Fitness.

Students will focus on the basic skills required across all the sports. Students will be able to learn the key rules in order to be able to officiate and analysing performance. Students will gain an understanding roles, positions and tactics and how to alter plans accordingly. They will develop an understanding the value of fairness in sport.

Students will be able to demonstrate the set skills with correct technique. Students will be able to perform with confidence within competitive situations across a variety of sports. Students will be able to take on some leadership roles with support across a variety of different sporting opportunities.

Students are assessed on their application of the rules using Basic Rules tests. Students are also assessed in their practical performances against the Skills criteria in isolation drills and games / competitive situations.

Year 7 Summer

What are we learning?
What Knowledge, Understanding and Skills will we gain?
What will excellence look like?
How will these be assessed?

Athletics, Rounders, Cricket and Team Building activities.

Students will focus on the basic skills required across all the sports. Students will be able to learn the key rules in order to be able to officiate and analyse performances. Students will gain an understanding of roles, positions and tactics and how to alter plans accordingly. They will develop an understanding the value of fairness in sport.

Students will be able to demonstrate the set skills with correct technique. Students will be able to perform with confidence within competitive situations across a variety of sports. Students will be able to take on some leadership roles with support across a variety of different sporting opportunities.

Students are assessed on their application of the rules using Basic Rules tests. Students are also assessed in their practical performances against the Skills criteria in isolation drills and games/competitive situations.

 

Year 8 Autumn

What are we learning?
What Knowledge, Understanding and Skills will we gain?
What will excellence look like?
How will these be assessed?

Fitness Components required for a Healthy Active Lifestyle

(Aerobic Power, Strength, Speed and Agility)

 

Knowledge relating to each Fitness Component, What it is, how to test it, Analysis of results, Planning a Suitable Training programme.

Students will be able to test and analyse their own fitness levels across each identified component. Students will be able to test their own fitness levels and compared gains the normative data, identifying which aspects they may need to improve. Through the application of their knowledge they will be able to identify how to improve each aspect of their fitness. Students will have positive attitude to learning and the ability to show mental capacity and drive in each lesson.

Students will be assessed against six key questions at the end of each Fitness component. The key questions are-What is the definition of this fitness component? Why is it important for a Healthy active lifestyle? How did you test your fitness? What did your results show about your fitness? How can you improve this aspect of fitness? In which sport(s) is this Fitness component essential for success and why?

Year 8 Spring

What are we learning?
What Knowledge, Understanding and Skills will we gain?
What will excellence look like?
How will these be assessed?

Fitness Components required for a Healthy Active Lifestyle

(Balance and Flexibility, Coordination and Leadership)

Knowledge relating to each Fitness Component, What it is, how to test it, Analysis of results, Planning a Suitable Training programme.

Students will be able to test and analyse their own fitness levels across each identified component.  Students will be able to test their own fitness levels and compared gains the normative data, identifying which aspects they may need to improve. Through the application of their knowledge they will be able to identify how to improve each aspect of their fitness. Students will be able to identify and demonstrate the skills and characteristics required to be a good leader.  Students will have positive attitude to learning and the ability to show mental capacity and drive in each lesson. 

Students will be assessed against six key questions at the end of each Fitness component. The key questions are-What is the definition of this fitness component? Why is it important for a Healthy active lifestyle? How did you test your fitness? What did your results show about your fitness? How can you improve this aspect of fitness? In which sport(s) is this Fitness component essential for success and why? Students will be able to lead individually or as part of a small group an effective warm up. Skills development and Games activities relating to their chosen fitness component.

Year 8 Summer

What are we learning?
What Knowledge, Understanding and Skills will we gain?
What will excellence look like?
How will these be assessed?

Fitness Components and Training Methods relating to Sports Performance.

Knowledge relating to each Fitness Component, What it is, how to test it, Analysis of results, Planning a Suitable Training programme, How to relate to individual Sports Performance.

Students will be able to test and analyse their own fitness levels across each identified component.  Students will be able to test their own fitness levels and compared gains the normative data, identifying which aspects they may need to improve. Through the application of their knowledge they will be able to identify how to improve each aspect of their fitness. Students will be able to identify and demonstrate the skills and characteristics required to be a good leader.Students will have positive attitude to learning and the ability to show mental capacity and drive in each lesson. Students will be able to link their knowledge and apply to their own sporting performances.

Students will be assessed against six key questions at the end of each Fitness component. The key questions are-What is the definition of this fitness component? Why is it important for a Healthy active lifestyle? How did you test your fitness? What did your results show about your fitness? How can you improve this aspect of fitness? In which sport(s) is this Fitness component essential for success and why?Students will be able to lead

individually or as part of a small group an effective warm up, Skills development and Games activities relating to their chosen fitness component.

Students will also be assessed at the end of the year with the completion of Sports Performance Profile where they will be expected to use all knowledge gained across the year to identify Personal Strengths and Areas for Improvement and be able to devise a Personal Training Plan to improve.

 

Year 9 Autumn

What are we learning?
What Knowledge, Understanding and Skills will we gain?
What will excellence look like?
How will these be assessed?

Core

Badminton, Netball, Handball, Trampolining, Football

For each sport students will learn the basic rules and understanding of the game. They will learn the set skills and be able to perform with accuracy and consistency. They will be able to analyse performance and identify areas of strength and weakness. Students will be able to take on leadership roles such as officials and coaches with confidence.

Students take on a leadership role within lessons, analysing performance of others and identify how to improve.

Students can officiate within a competitive situation applying their knowledge and understanding of the sport.

Students will be able to perform the identified skills within a set practice and a game situation with consistency, accurately and with correct technique.

Students will be able to test their own fitness levels with confidence and analyse their results in order to plan an individual training programme.

Students will be assessed practically on their skill sets against the GCSE criteria for each sport. Students will be given the opportunity to demonstrate their leadership confidence through officiating in their chosen sports.

Students will also be assessed for their attitude for learning within both practical and theoretical lessons.

Vocational-BTEC First Award in Sport

Badminton, Netball, Handball, Trampolining, Football

 

For each sport students will identify the key rules, regulations and scoring systems and be able to demonstrate their knowledge. They will be able to demonstrate the set skills and be able to perform with accuracy and consistency. They will be able to analyse performance and identify areas of strength and weakness. Compare and contrast the roles and responsibilities of officials from two selected sport.

Students apply their knowledge and understanding of the qualification criteria and meet the demands of the formal assignments. Students demonstrate with confidence the skills required in each sport. Students will be able to use their analysing skills to compare their own and their peers performance against a set criteria.

Students will be assessed through their written assignments against a clear criteria and assignment brief.

Year 9 Spring

What are we learning?
What Knowledge, Understanding and Skills will we gain?
What will excellence look like?
How will these be assessed?

GCSE Practical

Badminton, Netball, Handball, Trampolining, Football

For each sport students will learn the basic rules and understanding of the game. They will learn the set skills and be able to perform with accuracy and consistency. They will be able to analyse performance and identify areas of strength and weakness. Students will be able to take on leadership roles such as officials and coaches with confidence.

Students take on a leadership role within lessons, analysing performance of others and identify how to improve.

Students can officiate within a competitive situation applying their knowledge and understanding of the sport.

Students will be able to perform the identified skills within a set practice and a game situation with consistency, accurately and with correct technique.

Students will be able to test their own fitness levels with confidence and analyse their results in order to plan an individual training programme.

Students will be assessed practically on their skill sets against the GCSE criteria for each sport. Students will be given the opportunity to demonstrate their leadership confidence through officiating in their chosen sports.

Students will also be assessed for their attitude for learning within both practical and theoretical lessons.

GCSE Theory

Sport Psychology and Socio-Cultural Factors

Students will learn how skills are classified. They will learn how skills are developed and improved through different forms of guidance and feedback.

Students will learn what social and cultural factors can impact on sports participation.

Students will be able to identify how skills are classified. They will be able to demonstrate knowledge of how skills are developed and improved.

Students will be able to explain the key social and cultural factors that impact on sports participation.

Students will be assessed against GCSE Exam Style questions within the topic areas.

Vocational-BTEC First Award in Sport

Badminton, Netball, Handball, Trampolining, Football and Fitness Training

For each sport students will identify the key rules, regulations and scoring systems and be able to demonstrate their knowledge. They will be able to demonstrate the set skills and be able to perform with accuracy and consistency. They will be able to analyse performance and identify areas of strength and weakness. Compare and contrast the roles and responsibilities of officials from two selected sports.

Students will start to consider the impact of individual fitness on sports performance. Students will learn how to identify areas of strengths and weakness within their personal fitness.

Students apply their knowledge and understanding of the qualification criteria and meet the demands of the formal assignments. Students demonstrate with confidence the skills required in each sport. Students will be able to use their analysing skills to compare their own and their peers' performance against set criteria. Students will be able to identify how their own personal fitness impacts on their sporting performance. They will be able to identify what components of fitness need improvement in order to impact on performance levels.

Students will be assessed through their written assignments against a clear criteria and assignment brief.

Year 9 Summer

What are we learning?
What Knowledge, Understanding and Skills will we gain?
What will excellence look like?
How will these be assessed?

GCSE Practical

Tennis, Athletics, Handball, Trampolining, Volleyball

For each sport students will learn the basic rules and understanding of the game. They will learn the set skills and be able to perform with accuracy and consistency. They will be able to analyse performance and identify areas of strength and weakness. Students will be able to take on leadership roles such as officials and coaches with confidence.

Students take on a leadership role within lessons, analysing performance of others and identify how to improve.

Students can officiate within a competitive situation applying their knowledge and understanding of the sport.

Students will be able to perform the identified skills within a set practice and a game situation with consistency, accurately and with correct technique.

Students will be able to test their own fitness levels with confidence and analyse their results in order to plan an individual training programme.

Students will be assessed practically on their skill sets against the GCSE criteria for each sport. Students will be given the opportunity to demonstrate their leadership confidence through officiating in their chosen sports.

Students will also be assessed for their attitude for learning within both practical and theoretical lessons.

GCSE Theory

Sport Psychology and Socio-Cultural Factors

Students will learn how skills are classified. They will learn how skills are developed and improved through different forms of guidance and feedback.

Students will learn what social and cultural factors can impact on sports participation.

Students will be able to identify how skills are classified. They will be able to demonstrate knowledge of how skills are developed and improved.

Students will be able to explain the key social and cultural factors that impact on sports participation.

Students will be assessed against GCSE Exam Style questions within the topic areas.

Vocational-BTEC First Award in Sport

Tennis, Trampolining, Rounders, Cricket, Athletics

For each sport students will identify the key rules, regulations and scoring systems and be able to demonstrate their knowledge. They will be able to demonstrate the set skills and be able to perform with accuracy and consistency. They will be able to analyse performance and identify areas of strength and weakness. Compare and contrast the roles and responsibilities of officials from two selected sports.

Students will start to consider the impact of individual fitness on sports performance. Students will learn how to identify areas of strengths and weakness within their personal fitness.

Students will be able to set SMARTER Targets on how to improve their personal fitness and sports performance.

Students apply their knowledge and understanding of the qualification criteria and meet the demands of the formal assignments. Students demonstrate with confidence the skills required in each sport. Students will be able to use their analysing skills to compare their own and their peers performance against a set criteria. Students will be able to identify how their own personal fitness impacts on their sporting performance. They will be able to identify what components of fitness need improvement in order to impact on performance levels.

Students will be assessed through their written assignments against a clear criteria and assignment brief.

 

Year 10 Autumn

What are we learning?
What Knowledge, Understanding and Skills will we gain?
What will excellence look like?
How will these be assessed?

GCSE Practical

Badminton, Netball, Handball, Trampolining, Athletics, Table Tennis, Volleyball

For each sport students will learn and apply knowledge of the rules and understanding of the game. They will learn the set skills and be able to perform with accuracy and consistency. They will be able to analyse performance and identify areas of strength and weakness. Students will be able to take on leadership roles such as officials and coaches with confidence.

Students will be able to take on a leadership role within lessons, analysing performance of others and identify how to improve. Students will be able to officiate within a competitive situation applying their knowledge and understanding of the sport. Students will be able to perform the identified skills within a set practise and a game situation with consistency, accurately and with correct technique.

Students will be assessed on their skills and demonstration of knowledge of rules against the GCSE criteria for each sport.

GCSE Theory

Written Coursework-Observation and Analysis of Sporting Performance.

Using the Template provided students will complete the Written Coursework- students will learn to set an effective training programme and explain how it would benefit their own sporting performance.

Students analyse their own performance, outlining strengths and weaknesses.

They use key terminology to justify their choices of training methods.

Students will be assessed for their written coursework against the GCSE criteria.

Vocational-BTEC First Award in Sport

Unit 2 Practical Sport Performance

Students will learn about the rules, Regulations and scoring systems for a number of different sports. Students will learn about the importance of officials and be able to demonstrate an understanding of the roles and responsibilities for each sport. Students will be able to analyse their own sporting performances and be able to analyse what their strengths and areas for development are.

Students use key terminology to meet the set criteria for the assignments. Students can demonstrate clear understanding of the rules, regulations and scoring systems across at least two sports. Students can demonstrate the basic skills across their chosen sports and be able to compare their skills against the correct technique.

Students will be assessed against the set criteria for the written assignment-Rules Regulations and Scoring System of practical sports.

Students will be assessed through their written descriptions of their practical performances of set skills, by identifying areas of strength and improvement.

Year 10 Spring

What are we learning?
What Knowledge, Understanding and Skills will we gain?
What will excellence look like?
How will these be assessed?

GCSE Practical

Badminton, Netball, Handball, Trampolining, Athletics, Table Tennis, Volleyball

For each sport students will learn and apply knowledge of the rules and understanding of the game. They will learn the set skills and be able to perform with accuracy and consistency. They will be able to analyse performance and identify areas of strength and weakness. Students will be able to take on leadership roles such as officials and coaches with confidence.

Students will be able to take on a leadership role within lessons, analysing performance of others and identify how to improve. Students will be able to officiate within a competitive situation applying their knowledge and understanding of the sport. Students will be able to perform the identified skills within a set practise and a game situation with consistency, accurately and with correct technique.

Students will be assessed on their skills and demonstration of knowledge of rules against the GCSE criteria for each sport.

GCSE Theory

Applied Anatomy and Physiology.

Students will understand the key terminology and how it impacts on sports performance.

Topics Covered: Skeleton System, Muscular System, Respiratory System, Cardiovascular System, Cardiac Output, Stroke Volume and Heart Rate, Aerobic and Anaerobic Exercise, Immediate and Long term effects of Exercise.

Students will be confident in using the key Terminology to answer exam style questions on each of the identified topics. Students will be able to answer questions in class or form group discussions regarding how each of the topics impact on sport performance and participation. Students will be able to apply theoretical Knowledge to Practical sporting examples.

Students will be assessed against GCSE Exam Style questions and end of unit tests.

Vocational-BTEC First Award in Sport

 

Students will learn about the rules, Regulations and scoring systems for a number of different sports. Students will learn about the importance of officials and be able to demonstrate an understanding of the roles and responsibilities for each sport. Students will be able to analyse their own sporting performances and be able to analyse what their strengths and areas for development are.

Students use key terminology to meet the set criteria for the assignments. Students can demonstrate clear understanding of the rules, regulations and scoring systems across at least two sports. Students can demonstrate the basic skills across their chosen sports and be able to compare their skills against the correct technique.

Students will be assessed against the set criteria for the written assignment-Rules Regulations and Scoring System of practical sports.

Students will be assessed through their written descriptions of their practical performances of set skills, by identifying areas of strength and improvement.

Year 10 Summer

What are we learning?
What Knowledge, Understanding and Skills will we gain?
What will excellence look like?
How will these be assessed?

GCSE Practical

Badminton, Netball, Handball, Trampolining, Athletics, Table Tennis, Volleyball

For each sport students will learn and apply knowledge of the rules and understanding of the game. They will learn the set skills and be able to perform with accuracy and consistency. They will be able to analyse performance and identify areas of strength and weakness. Students will be able to take on leadership roles such as officials and coaches with confidence.

Students will be able to take on a leadership role within lessons, analysing performance of others and identify how to improve. Students will be able to officiate within a competitive situation applying their knowledge and understanding of the sport. Students will be able to perform the identified skills within a set practise and a game situation with consistency, accurately and with correct technique.

Students will be assessed on their skills and demonstration of knowledge of rules against the GCSE criteria for each sport.

GCSE Theory

Applied Anatomy and Physiology.

Students  will understand the key terminology and how it impacts on sports performance.

Topics Covered: Skeleton System, Muscular System, Respiratory System, Cardiovascular System, Cardiac Output, Stroke Volume and Heart Rate, Aerobic and Anaerobic Exercise, Immediate and Long term effects of Exercise.

Students will be confident in using the key Terminology to answer exam style questions on each of the identified topics. Students will be able to answer questions in class or form group discussions regarding how each of the topics impact on sport performance and participation. Students will be able to apply theoretical Knowledge to Practical sporting examples.

tudents will be assessed against GCSE Exam Style questions and end of unit tests.

Students will be assessed on their written Coursework that is worth 10% of their overall grade. This will be based on their number 1 sport; an analysis of technique, tactical awareness, training programme and competitive success.

 

Vocational-BTEC First Award in Sport

 

Students will learn about the Short term effects and Long Term adaptations of exercise on the Body Systems. Students will also learn about the three energy systems that the body will use during sports performances.

Students use key terminology to meet the set criteria for the assignments. Students can demonstrate clear understanding of the what the two body systems are; Musculoskeletal and Cardiorespiratory Systems. Students will be able to explain the short term (immediate) effects of exercise within these two body systems. They will then be able to explain using relevant examples from 3 different sports the Long term Adaptations after Regular Sports training within these two systems.

Students will be assessed against the set criteria for the written assignment-The Sports Performer in Action.

Students will be assessed through their written descriptions of the short term effects and Long Term adaptations of exercise on the two Body Systems. Students will also be assessed on their written explanations of how the body utilises three Energy systems when competing in Sports

 

Year 11 Autumn

What are we learning?
What Knowledge, Understanding and Skills will we gain?
What will excellence look like?
How will these be assessed?

GCSE Practical

Badminton, Netball, Handball, Trampolining, Athletics, Table Tennis, Volleyball

For each sport students will learn and apply knowledge of the rules and understanding of the game. They will learn the set skills and be able to perform with accuracy and consistency. They will be able to analyse performance and identify areas of strength and weakness. Students will be able to take on leadership roles such as officials and coaches with confidence.

Students will be able to take on a leadership role within lessons, analysing performance of others and identify how to improve. Students will be able to officiate within a competitive situation applying their knowledge and understanding of the sport. Students will be able to perform the identified skills within a set practise and a game situation with consistency, accurately and with correct technique.

Students will be assessed on their skills and demonstration of knowledge of rules against the GCSE criteria for each sport.

GCSE Theory

PEP Coursework

Using the Template provided students will complete the Written Coursework-Observation and Analysis of Sporting Performance.

Students analyse their own performance, outlining strengths and weaknesses. They use key terminology to justify their choices of training methods. They will be able to set an effective training programme and explain how it would benefit their own sporting performance.

Students will be assessed for the Coursework which is 10% of their overall GCSE grade. The students have to be able to analyse with detail their own sporting performance. This is assessed against the specified AQA criteria.

Vocational-BTEC First Award in Sport

Students will be able to apply previous understanding and knowledge of Fitness Training and Fitness components to applied situations. They will be able to identify the correct Fitness Test to each Component and be able to explain protocols of each. Students will be able to apply their knowledge and understanding to identify how to analyse their own and others fitness for sports performance.

Students apply their knowledge and understanding of the qualification criteria and meet the demands of the formal examination. Students demonstrate with confidence the understanding of the key terminology. They are adept in the application of their knowledge to each scenario they are given under examination conditions.

Students are assessed through written assignments. Autumn : Unit 1 Fitness for Sport and Exercise. External On Line Examinations are completed and are assessed against the BTEC criteria.

Year 11 Spring

What are we learning?
What Knowledge, Understanding and Skills will we gain?
What will excellence look like?
How will these be assessed?

GCSE Theory

Complete Unit 1-Applied Anatomy and Physiology.

Understanding of key terminology and how it impacts on sports performance.

Topics Covered: Skeleton System, Muscular System, Respiratory System, Cardiovascular System, Cardiac Output, Stroke Volume and Heart Rate, Aerobic and Anaerobic Exercise, Immediate and Long term effects of Exercise.

Students will be able to explain how each of the Body Systems are affected by physical activity and sport participation.

Students will be assessed against GCSE Exam style questions and end of unit tests.

GCSE Theory

Unit 2: Movement Analysis

Understanding of key terminology and how it impacts on sports performance. First, Second, Third Class Lever Systems, Draw Linear version of levers showing Positions of Fulcrum, load and effort, Analysis of Basic Movements in sporting Actions.

Students will be able to explain using key terminology how movement occurs. Students will be able to analyse their own movements that occur during their own physical performance in sport.

Students will be assessed against GCSE Exam style questions and end of unit tests.

Vocational-BTEC First Award in Sport

Personal Fitness Training Programme

Students will study the key terminology and factors that impact on Personal Fitness in order to improve Sports Performance; Fitness Testing, Planning a Training Programme and How to analyse personal Fitness.

Students will be able to describe the key terminology and factors that impact on Personal Fitness in order to improve Sports Performance. Students will be able to conduct personal Fitness Testing and Plan/Perform a Personal Fitness Training Programme for 6 weeks. Students will be able to measure the impact of the programme and analyse their personal Fitness.

Students are assessed through written assignments. All assignments are assessed against the BTEC Pass, Merit and distinction criteria. Assignment Titles- A): Planning Personal Fitness Training Programme B) Conducting Personal Training Programme C) Review of Personal Training Programme.