Physical Education


Physical Education Key Stage 3

What can students do to develop their skills in this subject area?

  • Take part in extra-curricular activities offered at the Academy to ensure that skills are being developed and practised regularly.
  • Students to make themselves available to represent the Academy at all levels of school sport.
  • Take up opportunities given to them to represent district/county/national teams.
  • Take on a coaching/leading role in extra-curricular activities, especially during lower school practices.
  • Join sports clubs and teams in the community to develop skills and game play even further.
  • Take a leading role in assisting others in lessons, particularly those activities where the individual student is highly competent.
  • Take on an officiating role in lessons and/or extra-curricular clubs.
  • Take part in inter-house activities on offer at the Academy.
  • Coach/assist with inter-house teams and events by officiating/coaching or assisting the teacher in organising the competition.
  • Watching live games to develop knowledge of game play as well as rules and regulations.
  • Watch different genres of dance on the internet to develop knowledge and understanding of dance.

What websites could students visit to support the curriculum?

www.topendsports.com
www.youtube.com

How can parents/carers help and what can be done at home?

  • Visit sports museums with your son or daughter.
  • Go to the theatre to watch shows (dance).
  • Encourage your son or daughter to attend extra-curricular activities to both perform and support others.
  • Encourage your son or daughter to attend community sports clubs.
  • Encourage your son or daughter to represent district/county/national competitions and teams.

Physical Education Key Stage 4

What can students do to develop their skills in this subject area?

  • Take part in extra-curricular activities offered at the Academy to ensure that skills are being developed and practised regularly.
  • Students to make themselves available to represent the Academy at all levels of school sport.
  • Take up opportunities given to them to represent district/county/national teams.
  • Take on a coaching/leading role in extra-curricular activities, especially during lower school practices.
  • Join sports clubs and teams in the community to develop skills and game play even further.
  • Take a leading role in assisting others in lessons, particularly those activities where the individual student is highly competent.
  • Take on an officiating role in lessons and/or extra-curricular clubs.
  • Take part in inter-house activities on offer at the Academy.
  • Coach/assist with inter-house teams and events by officiating/coaching or assisting the teacher in organising the competition.
  • Watching live games to develop knowledge of game play as well as rules and regulations.

What websites could students visit to support the curriculum?

www.youtube.com

How can parents/carers help and what can be done at home?

  • Visit sports museums with your son or daughter.
  • Go to the theatre to watch shows (dance).
  • Encourage your son or daughter to attend extra-curricular activities to both perform and support others.
  • Encourage your son or daughter to attend community sports clubs.
  • Encourage your son or daughter to represent district/ county/ national competitions and teams.

Physical Education Key Stage 4 GCSE

What can students do to develop their skills in this subject area?

  • Take part in extra-curricular activities offered at the Academy to ensure that skills are being developed and practised regularly.
  • Students to make themselves available to represent the Academy at all levels of school sport.
  • Take up opportunities given to them to represent district/county/national teams.
  • Take on a coaching/leading role in extra-curricular activities, especially during lower school practices.
  • Join sports clubs and teams in the community to develop skills and game play even further.
  • Take a leading role in assisting others in lessons, particularly those activities where the individual student is highly competent.
  • Take on an officiating role in lessons and/or extra-curricular clubs.
  • Take part in inter-house activities on offer at the Academy.
  • Coach/assist with inter-house teams and events by officiating/coaching or assisting the teacher in organising the competition.
  • Watching live games to develop knowledge of game play as well as rules and regulations.

What websites could students visit to support the curriculum?

www.topendsports.com
www.youtube.com
www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize

How can parents/carers help and what can be done at home?

  • Visit sports museums with your son or daughter.
  • Go to the theatre to watch shows (dance).
  • Encourage your son or daughter to attend extra-curricular activities to both perform and support others.
  • Encourage your son or daughter to attend community sports clubs.
  • Encourage your son or daughter to represent district/ county/ national competitions and teams.
  • Encourage your son or daughter to complete further reading in the topic areas covered using the internet.
  • Encourage your son or daughter to read sports pages of local and national newspapers.
  • Encourage your son or daughter to watch sport on television especially international events such as the Olympics.

Physical Education Key Stage 4 BTEC

What can students do to develop their skills in this subject area?

  • Attend the fitness club provided by the Academy to develop knowledge and fitness relating to their training programme.
  • Join a gym outside of the Academy to develop their knowledge and fitness relating to their training programme.
  • Take part in extra-curricular activities offered at the Academy to ensure that skills are being developed and practised regularly.
  • Research fitness testing methods using the internet – e.g. www.topendsports.com.
  • Use the internet to develop knowledge in all aspects of the syllabus.
  • Use governing body websites to develop knowledge of the rules and regulations ready for the 'Unit 2: Practical Sports Performance'.
  • Visit sports museums to recognise how sports have developed over time.
  • Use sites on the internet to observe different fitness testing procedures, e.g. www.youtube.com.
  • Watching live games to develop knowledge of game play as well as rules and regulations.
  • Take a leading role in assisting others in lessons, particularly those activities where the individual student is highly competent.
  • Take on an officiating role in lessons and/or extra-curricular clubs.
  • Take part in inter-house activities on offer at the Academy.
  • Coach/assist with inter-house teams and events by officiating/coaching or assisting the teacher in organising the competition.
  • Take up opportunities given to them to represent district/county/national teams.

What websites could students visit to support the curriculum?

www.topendsports.com
www.brianmac.co.uk
www.youtube.com

How can parents/carers help and what can be done at home?

  • Visit sports museums with your son or daughter.
  • Go to the theatre to watch shows (dance).
  • Encourage your son or daughter to attend extra-curricular activities to both perform and support others.
  • Encourage your son or daughter to attend community sports clubs.
  • Encourage your son or daughter to represent district/ county/ national competitions and teams.
  • Encourage your son or daughter to complete further reading in the topic areas covered using the internet.
  • Encourage your son or daughter to read sports pages of local and national newspapers.
  • Encourage your son or daughter to watch sport on television especially international events such as the Olympics.

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