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Students in year 7 and 8 will get to experience a broad and balanced National Curriculum. Activity areas that students will experience over the following over 2 years:

TERM

YEAR 7

YEAR 8

1

Games/OAA/Gym/Fitness cycle

Games/OAA/Gym/Fitness cycle

2

Games/OAA/Gym/Fitness cycle

Games/OAA/Gym/Fitness cycle

3

Games/OAA/Gym/Fitness cycle

Games/OAA/Gym/Fitness cycle

4

Games/OAA/Gym/Fitness cycle

Games/OAA/Gym/Fitness cycle

5

Athletics

Athletics

6

Striking and Fielding games

Striking and fielding games

 

GCSE Physical Education Curriculum 

At the beginning of each term the relevant topic guide should also be accessed

TERM

Year 9

Year 10

Year 11

1

Physical Training

Applied Anatomy and Physiology

Physical Training

2

Physical Training

Applied Anatomy and Physiology

Personal Exercise Programme

3

Health, Fitness and well-being

Movement Analysis

Personal Exercise Programme

4

Health, Fitness and well-being

Movement Analysis

Revision

5

Sport Psychology

Socio-cultural differences

Revision

6

Sport Psychology

Socio-cultural differences

 

There are 6 topics to cover which will be assessed through 2 exams at the end of Y11.

Assessment Guide

Assessment Objective B: Beginning: Have sound knowledge (AOB)

Assessment Objective 1: Developing: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding (AO1)

Assessment Objective 2: Secure: Apply their knowledge and understanding (AO2)

Assessment Objective 3: Expert: Analyse and evaluate relevant knowledge and understanding (AO3).

 

KS4/5 BTEC Sport Curriculum 

At the beginning of each term the relevant topic guide should also be accessed

TERM

Year 11 level 2

Year 12 level 3

Year 13 level 3

1

Unit 1 Fitness for Sports and Exercise

Unit 3 Professional development in the sports industry

Unit 5 Sports Coaching

2

Unit 2 Practical Sports Performance

Unit 3 Professional development in the sports industry

Unit 5 Sports Coaching

3

Unit 2 Practical Sports Performance

Unit 2 Fitness Training and Programming for Health, Sport and Well-being

Unit 9 Practical individual Sport

4

Unit 5 Training for Personal fitness

Unit 2 Fitness Training and Programming for Health, Sport and Well-being

Unit 9 Practical individual Sport

5

Unit 5 Training for Personal Fitness

Unit 2 Fitness Training and Programming for Health, Sport and Well-being

Unit 4 Fitness Training and Programming

6

Unit 4 Sports Performer in Action

Unit 2 Fitness Training and Programming for Health, Sport and Well-being

Unit 4 Fitness Training and Programming

There are 4 units to cover in level 2 and 4 units to cover in Y12 and 13

Assessment Guide

 

A level Physical Education Curriculum 

At the beginning of each term the relevant topic guide should also be accessed

TERM

Year 12

Year 13

1

Applied Anatomy and Physiology

Exercise Physiology

Applied Anatomy and Physiology

Exercise Physiology

2

Applied Anatomy and Physiology

Exercise Physiology

Applied Anatomy and Physiology

Exercise Physiology

3

Sport Psychology

Biomechanical movement

Sport Psychology

Biomechanical movement

4

Sport Psychology

Biomechanical movement

Sport Psychology

Biomechanical movement

5

Skill Acquisition

Sport in Society

Skill Acquisition

Sport in Society

6

Role of technology

Sport in Society

Role of technology

Sport in Society

There are 7 topics to cover which will be assessed through 2 exams at the end of Y13.

Assessment Guide

Assessment Objective 1:  Demonstrate knowledge and understanding (AO1)

Assessment Objective 2:  Apply their knowledge and understanding (AO2)

Assessment Objective 3:  Analyse and evaluate relevant knowledge and understanding (AO3).