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Physical Education KS3

A high quality physical education curriculum inspires all pupils to succeed and excel in competitive sport and other physically demanding activities .It should provide opportunities for pupils to become physically confident in a way which supports their health and fitness. Opportunities to compete in sport and other activities build character and help to embed values such as fairness and respect.

(National Curriculum 2014)

At Key Stage 3 pupils have two 90 minutes lessons each week.

In  KS3 pupils will:

  • be taught how to use a range of tactics and strategies to overcome opponents in badminton ,rugby, football, hockey and handball,
  • learn how to develop their technique and improve their performance in a range of activities ,including swimming, trampoline, archery and gymnastics,
  • be taught how to actively participate in outdoor and adventurous activities such as mountain biking and water safety skills,
  • be provided with opportunities to work together, developing skills to solve problems,
  • learn how to analyse their performances compared to previous ones and demonstrate improvement to achieve their personal best.

 

Time Table 2016/17

Term 1Term 2Term 3Term 4Term 5Label 6
FitnessTrampoliningArcherySwimmingAthleticsMountain Biking
FootballBasketballBadmintonCricketMulti SportRounders
BFCBFCBFCBFCBFCBFC

Assessment

Formative assessment takes place throughout each half term leading to a grade that reflects pupil understanding , technique ,fitness and  performance.

Pupils are encouraged to review their own and other pupils’ performances during each activity block using I Pad’s and discussion with staff.

 

Physical Education KS4

Pupils should tackle complex and demanding physical activities. They should get involved in a range of activities that develops personal fitness and promotes an active, healthy lifestyle.

(National Curriculum 2014)

At Key Stage 4 pupils have two 90 minutes lessons each week.

Pupils in KS4 are taught to:

  • use and develop a variety of tactics and strategies to overcome opponents in rugby, badminton and football,
  • develop their technique and improve their performance in athletics, trampoline archery and in the fitness room,
  • take part in outdoor and adventurous activities, in a range of environments, to develop additional problem solving skills . These activities include canal /lake canoeing and mountain biking.

 

Time Table 2016/17

GroupTerm 1Term 2Term3Term 4Term 5Term 6
Y10D of E Bronze PhysicalD of E Bronze PhysicalD of E Bronze PhysicalD of E Bronze Physical/SkillD of E Bronze Skill/ExpeditionD of E Bronze Skill/Expedition
ArcheryBadmintonMulti SportsTennisAthleticsRounders
Y11D of E Silver PhysicalD of E Silver PhysicalD of E Silver PhysicalD of E Silver ExpeditionD of E Silver Expedition
D of E Silver VoluntaryD of E Silver VoluntaryD of E Silver Voluntary/SkillD of E Silver Voluntary/SkillD of E Silver Voluntary/Skill

Technology and PE

All pupils have access to I pads which they use in their self assessment to improve their performance. They are also used to view sporting activities and in coaching sessions. Pupils who are unable to participate are encouraged to research the rules for each particular sport.

Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme

The DofE is the world’s leading youth

achievement award, giving millions of 14 to 24-year-olds the opportunity to be the very best they can be’.            DofE.org

 Pupils in KS 4, years 10/11, have the opportunity to participate in the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme  as part of the PE curriculum .  On completion of the Bronze Award pupils are encouraged to continue onto Silver.

Taking part in the Award builds confidence and develops self esteem. It requires persistence , commitment and has a lasting impact on the attitudes and outlook  of all young people who do their D of E.

BRONZE

  • Voluntary (6 month)
  • Skill (3month)
  • Physical (3 month)
  • Expedition ( 2 days ,1 night) Practice and Assessed

 

SILVER

  • Voluntary (6 month)
  • Skill (3/6month)
  • Physical (3/6 month)
  • Expedition ( 3 days ,2 night) Practice and Assessed

 

Since starting the Dof E Award in 2015,  8  pupils have successfully completed the Bronze Award  with  a further 5 from that year group having successfully completed at least 2 sections.

At present 13 pupils are currently registered for Bronze and 5 students are participating in Silver.

Students who do not wish to take part in the scheme are offered a range of fitness and sporting activities.

Contact Us

If you wish to contact The Rose School you can do so using the following methods.

The Rose School
GREENOCK STREET
BURNLEY
LANCASHIRE,
BB11 4DT

Phone: 01282 683050

Fax: 01282 683052

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