|TERM 1||TERM 2||TERM 3|
|Gymnastics, Netball, Hockey||Badminton, Rugby||Gymnastics - Coach Education||Cricket, Rounders, Softball||Athletics, Tennis|
|Health & Fitness, Rugby, Basketball||Netball, OAA, Trampolining||Football, Badminton||Cricket, Rounders, Softball||Athletics, Tennis|
|YEAR 9||BTEC Sport Football/Basketball||BTEC Sport Football/Basketball||BTEC Sport Leadership||BTEC Sport Leadership||BTEC Sport Leadership/Fitness||BTEC Sport Leadership/Fitness|
|YEAR 10||BTEC Sport Football/Basketball||BTEC Sport Football/Basketball||BTEC Sport Leadership||BTEC Sport Leadership||BTEC Sport Leadership/Fitness||BTEC Sport Leadership/Fitness|
|YEAR 11||Football, Netball||Basketball, Aerobics||Trampolining, Dance||Rugby, Hockey||Cricket, Rounders, Softball|
What qualification will I get?
GCSE in Physical Education and BTEC First in sport.
How will I be assessed?
You will be assessed during the scheme of work and finally at lesson 10 - to give you a level of progress. This is done by a series of core tasks that relate to your sport. For example, in Netball a pupil must be able to play in a small game of 3 v 3 in order to achieve a high level, as well as a full game. Your catching, passing, and movement will be analysed.
Key stage 4 studies in Physical Education at GCSE level, begin in Year 9. Students will look at all aspects of the syllabus including Anatomy and Physiology, Fitness, Training and the influence of culture on sport. They will be also assessed on their performance in three activities.
What can this course lead to?
Study from 16 to 18 and beyond in PE and sport leading to careers as varied as Fire Brigade, Armed Forces, Police, and PE teaching and coaching.