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Physical Education

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WELCOME

At Colyton we hope that Physical Education (PE) will help to contribute to the overall education of the students, by helping them to lead full and valuable lives through engaging in purposeful physical activity.

Through Physical Education it is our aim to:

  • Develop physical competence and help to promote physical development
  • Teach students, through experience, to value the benefits of participation in physical activity at school and to educate for leisure activities outside of school
  • Develop an appreciation of skilful and creative performances across the wide range of activities offered
  • Help to establish self-esteem through the development of physical confidence and help students to cope with success and failure in competitive and co-operative activities
  • Increase the development of social awareness and values through interaction with others
  • Improve the health and well-being of the individual

Extra-curricular clubs are run in most sports, providing opportunities for further enjoyment and enabling
skills to be developed at a higher level for all, as well as driving our more able and talented students. A
variety of teams compete against other schools, playing a high standard of sport with pleasing success.

- Miss Shute, Head of PE

WHAT WE DO

Not all students develop at the same speed but, through a broad curriculum, students are able to develop at their own pace and achieve success. Realistic goals are set by the staff, and students themselves, so that individuals can feel a sense of progress, achievement, satisfaction and enjoyment. School clubs are on offer to everyone and they run to compliment the curriculum being taught each term. Students also have the opportunity to represent their House, the School, the Area and the County. Some of our students have also gained territorial and national honours.

The school has a good reputation for sporting success in both local and national competitions and, due to its size, a large proportion of students represent the school either as an individual or as a member of a team.

Lower Years PE

The lower years curriculum will involve the following:

 

Year 7

Year 8

 

Girls

Boys

Girls

Boys

Autumn
Term

Gymnastics / Orienteering

Hockey/Netball

Rugby / Football

Gymnastics / Orienteering

Gymnastics/Orienteering

Hockey / Netball

Rugby

Gymnastics / Orienteering

 

 

Gymnastics / Orienteering

Football

Spring
Term

Orienteering/Gymnastics

Football / Rugby

Netball / Hockey

Gymnastics/Orienteering

Netball / Hockey

Orienteering /Gymnastics

Volleyball, Dance, Handball or Hockey

Volleyball, Dance, Handball or Hockey

Sumer
Term

Athletics

Athletics

Athletics

Athletics

Tennis / Rounders

Cricket / Tennis

Tennis / Rounders or Cricket

Tennis / Rounders or Cricket

The reason some blocks have two sports for example hockey/netball is because with the C, E and O group the class will be split into two and both activities will be taught at the same time as 2 members of staff will be available. The A & B group will just do the first sport listed ie. hockey

Middle Years (Y9-11) PE

The middle years curriculum will involve the following:

 

Year 9

Year 10

Year 11

Autumn
Term

The students will select five activities from the following options:-

Gymnastics

Fitness

Football

Badminton

Netball

Handball

Tag Rugby

Basketball

Rugby

Hockey

Volleyball

Multi-sports

The students will select five activities from the following options:-

Gymnastics

Fitness

Football

Badminton

Netball

Handball

Tag Rugby

Basketball

Volleyball

Rugby

Hockey

Multi-sports

The students will select five activities from the following options:-

Gymnastics

Fitness

Football

Badminton

Netball

Handball

Tag Rugby

Basketball

Volleyball

Rugby

Hockey

Multi-sports

Spring
Term

See above

See above

See above

Summer
Term

Athletics

Plus one other activity selected from:-

Tennis

Rounders

Cricket

Softball

Athletics

Plus one other activity selected from:-

Tennis

Rounders

Cricket

Softball

Until study leave, an activity is selected each lesson from

Athletics

Tennis

Rounders

Cricket

Softball

Upper Years PE

The Key Stage 5 curriculum will involve the following:

 

Year 12

 Year 13

Autumn
Term

Applied Anatomy And Physiology:

The musculo-skeletal system and analysis of movement

Cardiovascular system

Respiratory system

Neuromuscular system

Skill Acquisition:

Skill, skill continuums and transfer of skills

Impact of skill classification on structure of practice for learning

Principles and theories of learning and performance

Use of guidance and feedback 

Spring
Term

Applied Anatomy And Physiology:

Energy systems

Sport And Society

The Impact Of Sport On Society And Of Society On Sport:

Sociological theory applied to equal opportunities

Violence in sport

Drugs in sport

Sport and the law

Skill Acquisition:

Memory models

Efficiency of information processing

Sport And Society

Emergence Of Globalisation Of Sport In The 21st Century:

Pre-industrial (pre – 1780)

Industrial and post-industrial (1780 – 1900)

Emergence Of Globalisation Of Sport In The 21st Century:

Post World War II (1950 to present

Summer
Term

Factors Affecting Optimal Performance In Physical Education

Exercise Physiology:

Diet and nutrition and their effect on physical activity and performance

Preparation and training methods in relation to maintaining physical activity and performance

Injury prevention and the rehabilitation of injury

Sport And Society And The Role Of Technology In Physical Activity And Sport:

Concepts of physical activity and sport

Development of elite performers in sport

Ethics in sport