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Year 7

 

 

Year 8

 

 

Beginning

Developing

Secure

Excellence

Autumn Term

 

 

· Research the phases of a warm-up

· Research the benefits of taking part in sport/physical activity

· Create display material describing the three phases of a warm-up

· Create a poster showing a range of benefits of taking part in sport

· Create display material describing a three phase warm up and describing the two different types of stretch – dynamic and static

· Create a table classifying the benefits of taking part in sport into physical, mental and social

· Create display material explaining the importance of warming up and cooling down, referring to the physiological effects it has on the body

· Create a leaflet which advises the different benefits of participating in physical activity

Christmas Term

 

 

· Research the 11 major muscles in the body

· Research the meaning of endurance

· Create display material to show where the major muscles in the body are located

· Create display material showing a range of activities that require endurance

· Create display material which shows which exercises would focus on the major muscles in the body

· Create a  demonstrate endurance in particular lessons, giving other sporting examples

· Create display material to explain when the specific muscles in the body create  movements in sporting situations

· Create a fitness leaflet which explains which method of training would improve endurance

Winter Term

 

 

· Research the immediate effects of exercise on the body

· Research the meaning of ‘persistence’

·         Create display material to show what happens to breathing rate and heart when exercising and be able to record heart rate

·         Describe, in a paragraph, where resilience can be seen in sport

· Create a fitness display explaining the importance of oxygen delivery and showing the difference between aerobic and anaerobic zones

· Create a personalised display based on a sport of your choice. Describe the skills needed to participate successfully, understanding positional roles

· Create a leaflet explaining the difference between fast and slow twitch muscle

· Find pictures of sporting movements where strength, stamina and agility have contributed to precision and control in performances

Spring Term

 

 

· Research the meaning of feedback in sport

· Create display material describing two different types of feedback

· Watch a sporting performance of your choice, create a written report describing the strength and weaknesses of one performer

· Create a table showing the strengths and weaknesses discovered in a performance.  Create a written report, suggesting alternative methods and approaches in order to implement improvements

Summer Term

 

 

· Research the components of fitness

· Research a range of roles in sport

· Create display material on the components of fitness, giving definitions

· Describe, in a paragraph, one role in sport. State a responsibility of this role (i.e. referee, controlling decisions in games)

· Create display material explaining the components of fitness and when they may be used in a range of sports

· Create a leaflet on a range of roles in sport, describing the skills and qualities needed for these roles

· Design a training programme that would aim to improve 2 components of fitness, explaining which methods of training would be most effective

· Demonstrate indepth knowledge of officiating/scoring when taking on other roles by creating a ‘Dummy’s Guide to…’ for a sporting role of your choice

 

 

PE GCSE year 9

 

Topic

Beginning

Developing

Secure

Excellence

Autumn Term

Component 1:

Topic 3

 

 

Components of fitness

Complete a piece of display work which lists all the components of fitness.

Complete a piece of display work which identifies each component of fitness and gives the correct definition.

Complete a piece of display work which identifies the components of fitness, define them and include a picture of your favourite athlete saying why they would need each component.

 

Write a supporting piece with your display work which  shows your knowledge on justifying which method/s of training your athlete should use to improve  his/her 3 most important components of fitness

 

Winter Term

Component 1:

Topic 3

 

 

Principles of training

Complete a piece of display work which lists all the principles of training.

Complete a piece of display work which identifies each principle of training and gives the correct definition.

Complete a piece of display work which identifies the principles of training, define them and include a picture of your favourite athlete (or use yourself if you train) saying how each of the principles applies to you or your athlete when you are training.

 

Write a 6 week Personal exercise programme for yourself that would help you improve your weakest component of fitness. Use each principle of training to justify your choices.

Spring Term 1

Component 2:

Topic 1

 

 

 

Lifestyle choices

Complete a piece of display work which lists all the positive and negative lifestyle choices that people can make.

Complete a piece of display work which identifies each lifestyle choice and give a brief description.

Complete a piece of display work which identifies the lifestyle choice, define them and give recommendations about how to avoid a sedentary lifestyle

Design an information leaflet for a Y9 PSHRE workshop on the positive and negative impacts of a person’s lifestyle choices on health, fitness and well-being. Provide detailed information about where the reader can find further information and guidance.

Spring Term 2 Component 2:

Topic 1

 

 

A balanced diet

Complete a piece of display work which lists all the different macro and micro nutrients.

Complete a piece of display work which identifies each nutrient and gives the correct definition along with some examples of each.

Complete a piece of display work which identifies the different nutrients, define them and include a picture of your favourite athlete (or use yourself if you train) saying what they should be eating in their weekly diet and explain why.

Write a 2 week for diet plan for your athlete that would help them perform better in their activity. Justify your choices.

Summer Term 1

Component 2:

Topic 2

 

 

Goal setting

Complete a piece of display work which lists all the SMART targets

Complete a piece of display work which identifies each SMART target and gives the correct definition.

Complete a piece of display work which identifies the SMART targets saying why they would be needed when designing a personal exercise programme.

Write a supporting piece which considers an area of your life where you would like to see some improvement. What is your goal? Write down SMART targets to help you achieve your goal, explain and justify them, always relating it to your specific situation.

Summer Term 2

Component 2:

Topic 2

 

Feedback and guidance

Complete a piece of display work which lists all 3 types of guidance and all 4 types of feedback.

Complete a piece of display work which identifies each type of guidance and feedback and give the correct definition.

Complete a piece of display work which identifies each type of guidance and feedback, give the correct definition and explain which method/s were used in your last coaching session.

Complete the task in text book ‘using graphical representations of data to give feedback on performance’ Chapter 5 P151

 

PE GCSE year 10

 

Topic

Beginning

Developing

Secure

Excellence

Autumn Term

Component 1:

Topic 1

 

 

Musculo-skeletal system

Complete a piece of display work with diagrams of the labelled muscular and skeletal system

Complete a piece of display work which identifies each component of both system and describe the functions of each system.

 

Complete a piece of display work which shows your favourite athlete performing in sport:

Label:

·        all bones and muscles being used

·        which movement pattern is taking place at each joint

·        which muscle is the agonist and which contraction is taking place

 

Winter Term

Component 1:

Topic 1

 

 

Cardio-respiratory

system

Complete a piece of display work with diagrams of the labelled cardiovascular and respiratory system

Complete a piece of display work which identifies each component of both system and describe the functions of each system.

 

Write two short answer exam style questions about how the cardiovascular and respiratory systems work together, along with the mark schemes for both questions. Use the flow diagram to help you on pages 34/35 of the text book.

 

Spring Term 1

Component 1:

Topic 1

 

 

 

Short and long term effects of exercise

Complete a piece of display work which lists short term and long term effects of exercise on all 4 body systems

Complete a piece of display work which lists short term and long term effects of exercise on all 4 body systems  and give the correct definition for each effect

 

Complete a piece of display work which identifies all the key terms relating to vascular shunting. Explain the process with the aid of diagrams.

 

Data activity on collecting, presenting and interpreting HR data.

Chapter 1 page 44

Spring Term 2 Component 1:

Topic 2

 

 

Levers

Complete a piece of display work which lists all 3 types of levels, draw out the levers.

Complete a piece of display work which lists all 3 types of levels, draw out the levers. Give an example of where you would find each one in the body.

Activity 5 Chapter 2 Page 51

Complete a piece of display work which lists all 3 types of planes and 3 types of axis. Complete activity 6 Chapter 2 Page 53.

Summer Term 1

Component 2:

Topic 3

 

 

Socio-cultural factors

Complete a piece of display work which lists all the different target groups.

Complete a piece of display work which identifies each target group and say why each group would face barriers in sport.

Complete a piece of display work which shows an initiative that has been used to raise participation rates of each target group.

 

Write a supporting piece discussing how stereotypes may lead to an under representation of these target groups in specific sports.

 

Summer Term 2

Component 2:

Topic 3

 

Socio-cultural factors

Complete a piece of display work which lists all the different countries where your favourite sport is played.

Complete a piece of display work lists the advantages and disadvantages of the media in sport.

Assignment: Diving in football – gamesmanship or deviant behaviour? When discussing these issues it is important to use specific examples to illustrate each point you make.

 

Choose one elite performer that has displayed deviant behaviour and produce a short podcast documentary about what they did, why they did it and what the consequences of their actions were.

 

 

 

 

 

 

PE GCSE year 11 PEP Coursework

 

Topic

Beginning

Developing

Secure

Excellence

Autumn Term

 

 

Aim and Planning

Complete a PARQ (physical activity readiness questionnaire).

Identify the component of fitness you want to improve The component of fitness should be selected from one of the 11 components.

Complete a PARQ (physical activity readiness questionnaire).

Identify the component of fitness you want to improve The component of fitness should be selected from one of the 11 components. Describe the importance of the component to your sport.

 

Complete a PARQ (physical activity readiness questionnaire).

Identify the component of fitness you want to improve The component of fitness should be selected from one of the 11 components with a suitable justification in relation to the impact on their performance.

Winter Term

 

 

Aim and Planning

Methods of training

List the 6 different methods of training and choose an appropriate method for your PEP.

Describe the 6 different methods of training and give reasons for your selection of an appropriate method for your PEP.

 

Describe the 6 different methods of training and justify your selection of an appropriate method for your PEP relating it to your chosen component of fitness.

Spring Term 1

 

 

Carrying out and monitoring the PEP

Carry out chosen method of training over six to eight weeks, using appropriate principles of training to improve/optimise your performance. You must record all your training sessions, plus any other relevant data as appropriate, for later analysis and evaluation to indicate the impact of your training on your targeted aspect of fitness or targeted component of fitness.

 

Spring Term 2

 

 

Evaluation of PEP

You will be required to analyse the data gathered during your PEP, and evaluate it to show how your performance in your chosen activity has improved, as well as to make recommendations for further improvements/optimisation to your performance. You will be assessed on the coherence and conciseness of your evaluation of your PEP. The analysis should include: ● plotting raw data from appropriate test results graphically ● the use of PARQ, graphs, charts, tables, and diagrams/flow charts to show evidence to support their analysis and evaluation ● comparison and explanation of pre- and post-PEP fitness test results.

You should evaluate the overall effectiveness of your PEP in improving/optimising their performance. You must analyse and evaluate the data you have gathered to support arguments, explaining the impact on your performance. If your performance has not improved, you should give reasons why, for example injury. You must also recommend strategies to further improve your level of fitness based on the effectiveness of your PEP, with the intention of ensuring your continuing success/improvement/optimisation in physical activity and sport.

 

 

 

PE A level year 12

 

Topic

Beginning

Developing

Secure

Excellence

Autumn Term

Topics:

Applied Anatomy and Physiology

Exercise Physiology

 

Applied Anat and Phys

Research all body systems.

Complete a piece of display work which identifies long and short term effects of exercise.

Apply the effects of exercise to one aerobic and one anaerobic activity.

Analyse the effects of exercise on all body systems from a range of activities.

Winter Term

Topics:

Applied Anatomy and Physiology

Exercise Physiology

 

Exercise Physiology

Research diet and nutrition.

Look at the recommended nutrition for one aerobic athlete and one anaerobic athlete.

Look at the recommended nutrition for one aerobic athlete and one anaerobic athlete and how they would change their diet to suit their training needs.

Analyse recommended nutrition for one aerobic athlete and one anaerobic athlete and research how they would manipulate their diet to suit their training needs.

Spring Term 1

Topics:

Sport Psychology

Exercise Physiology

 

Exercise physiology

Research the term periodisation.

Research the different methods of training and how elite athletes use them in their periodisation cycle.

Apply the cycle to 2 different types of athletes (power v endurance) starting with a 1 year macro cycle.

Design your own periodisation cycle for your own sport – discuss different methods of training and justify their use.

Spring Term 2

Topics:

Sport Psychology

Biomechanics

 

Sport Psychology

Research Anxiety

Research how anxiety can give both cognitive and somatic responses.

Look at your own performance and give specific details of when you might suffer from anxiety and how this might affect your performance.

Analyse the effects of anxiety on your own performance and design a psychological training programme which includes one cognitive technique and one somatic technique.

Summer Term 1

Topics:

Sport in Society

Skill Acquisition

 

 

Skill Acquisition

Research guidance and feedback.

Comment on the types of guidance and feedback that you receive from your coach.

Discuss the effects of this feedback and guidance on your performance.

Justify suggestions for making changes to the types of feedback and guidance that you are receiving.

Summer Term 2

Topics:

Sport in Society

Skill Acquisition

 

Sport in Society

Research Ethics and Deviance in Sport.

Research current examples of sports performers showing deviant behaviour.

Research the role of technology in combatting deviance in sport.

Discuss the pressures on sports performers and spectators to behave in a deviant way. Support this with contemporary examples of athletes who have been deviant and show your knowledge and understanding about the reasons why.

 

PE A level year 13

 

Topic

 

Autumn Term

 

 

Practical Portfolio

All students to ensure that practical portfolio is up to date and evidence of current performances. It is recommended that the minimum duration for the student activity is approximately 54 hours, combining preparation and the assessed performance.

Winter Term

 

 

Performance Analysis

In the Performance Analysis, in either the role of player/performer or coach, students will investigate two components of a physical activity (one physiological component and either a technical or a tactical component) in order to analyse and evaluate the effectiveness of their own performance. Students will demonstrate knowledge and understanding of performance analysis in order to produce an evaluation to demonstrate strengths and weaknesses and areas for development of a performance.

Spring Term 1

 

 

Performance Development Programme

As a player/performer, students will identify one of the two components of a physical activity they worked on in their Performance Analysis (physiological, technical or tactical).

 

They will then plan, perform and record their performance in this component of the physical activity over 8–10 weeks. They will apply appropriate principles and methods of training and SMART(ER) targets to a plan designed to optimise performance. They will then critically evaluate the outcomes of their programme against its original aims.

Spring Term 2

 

 

Performance Development Programme

As a player/performer, students will identify one of the two components of a physical activity they worked on in their Performance Analysis (physiological, technical or tactical).

 

They will then plan, perform and record their performance in this component of the physical activity over 8–10 weeks. They will apply appropriate principles and methods of training and SMART(ER) targets to a plan designed to optimise performance. They will then critically evaluate the outcomes of their programme against its original aims.

Summer Term 1

 

 

Revision for all topics

All students must spend this term ensuring that they are thoroughly revising every topic that has been covered over the past two years.

 

PE BTEC Level 2 Award

 

Topic

Beginning

Developing

Secure

Excellence

Autumn Term

 

 

Unit 1 Fitness for Sports and Exercise

Complete a piece of display work stating the components of fitness and fitness tests

Complete a piece of display work which identifies the strengths and weaknesses of fitness tests.

Complete a piece of display work which identifies the components of fitness and identifies strength and weaknesses of each fitness test.

 

Complete a revision guide that you will use within prior to your online exam.

 

Winter Term

 

 

 

Unit 2 Practical Sports Performance

Complete a presentation on a sport of your choice with rules, regulations and scoring systems.

Complete a presentation on the rules and regulations and roles and responsibilities of officials.

Complete a presentation on the roles and responsibilities of officials within a sport of your choice.

Complete a presentation on the roles and responsibilities of officials within a sport and explain 4 rules of your chosen sport.

Spring Term 1

 

 

 

Unit 2 Practical Sports Performance

Complete a presentation on a sport of your choice identifying the techniques and tactics required in that sport.

Complete a piece of work on the techniques and tactics required to play the sport.

Complete a personal analysis in a chosen sport, highlighting your strengths and weaknesses.

Complete a personal analysis in a chosen sport, highlighting your strengths and weaknesses and design some drills to improve your performance.

Spring Term 2 and Summer Term 1

 

 

Unit 5 Training for Personal fitness

Focusing on your personal fitness identify components of fitness you would like to improve.

Research methods of training and the affect they have on your identified components of fitness.

Design a week’s training programme focusing on the components of fitness you have identified.

Write a six week training programme aiming to improve the component of fitness you have identified.

Summer Term 2

 

Unit 4 Sports Performer in Action

Complete a work booklet on the

Complete a piece of display work which identifies each type of guidance and feedback and give the correct definition.

Complete a piece of display work which identifies each type of guidance and feedback, give the correct definition and explain which method/s were used in your last coaching session.

Complete the task in text book ‘using graphical representations of data to give feedback on performance’ Chapter 5 P151

 

PE BTEC NQF Level 3 Year 1

 

Topic

Beginning

Developing

Secure

Excellence

Autumn Term

 

 

Unit 3 Professional development in the sports industry

Research careers within Sport that you might be interested in.

Research and look at the qualification requirements needed to reach that career.

 

Research and develop, a career development plan for your chosen career.

Complete a SWOT analysis on your personal attributes and what you need to improve on in order to reach your career goals.

Winter Term

 

 

Unit 3 Professional development in the sports industry

Look at developing a personal skills audit.

Start to complete the personal skills audit, looking at your strengths and weaknesses.

 

Using your completed skills audit and strengths and weaknesses identify areas that require improvements.

Write a CV and link this to your required career choice.

Spring Term 1

 

 

 

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

Research the lifestyle factors and their effect on health and well-being.

Develop a revision/help card with the factors that affect your health and well-being.

Create a revision tool with the equations and calculations for HR MAX, Basal Metabolic rate.

 

Data activity on collecting, presenting and interpreting HR.

Spring Term 2

 

 

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

Research the screening process for training programming

Design your own PAR Q and health screening procedure that you could take a client through.

Create a promotional health related video explaining the benefits of exercise and the health screening procedures.

Conduct 4 health screening procedures with 4 patients of your choice and suggest lifestyle improvements.

Summer Term 1

 

 

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

Produce  a booklet on programme-related nutritional needs

Research common terminology used within nutrition.

Completed a research booklet on the recommended daily allowances.

Create a dietician guide that could be handed out at a doctor’s surgery after a GP referral.

Summer Term 2

 

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

Examine training methods for different components of fitness

produce training session plans covering cardiovascular training, resistance training, flexibility training and speed training

Produce a six week training programme for an athlete of your choice focusing on training method and intensity.

Design your own fitness idea/training method that you can promote as the new fitness craze.

 

PE BTEC Level 3 QCF Year 2

 

Topic

Beginning

Developing

Secure

Excellence

Autumn Term

 

 

Unit 5 Sports Coaching

Describe four roles and four responsibilities of sports coaches, using examples of coaches from different sports.

Explain four roles and four responsibilities of sports coaches, using examples of coaches from different sports

Produce a coaching booklet highlighting the importance of roles and responsibilities of coaches in sport.

Compare and contrast three different coaches and analyse their effect on teams or individuals performances.

Winter Term

 

 

Unit 5 Sports Coaching

Describe three skills common to successful sports coaches, using examples of coaches from different sports.

Explain three skills common to successful sports coaches, using examples of coaches from different sports.

 

Research three successful sports coaches and identify and explain what makes them so successful.

Produces a comparison booklet between the three different coaches, identifying their strengths and weaknesses.

Spring Term 1

 

 

Unit 9 Practical individual Sport

Produce a booklet on the rules and regulations of a selected sport.

Produce a booklet explaining the rules and regulations in a sport of your choice.

Produce a guide/ rule book on the sport of your choice

Research what further developments can be made within the sport, i.e development in technology.

Spring Term 2

 

Unit 9 Practical individual Sport

 

Produce a booklet on the techniques and tactics of a chosen sport.

Produce a booklet explaining skills, techniques and tactics in a chosen sport.

Produce a guide on the techniques and tactics of the sport of your choice.

Produce a video journal on the individual skills needed with the sport.

Summer Term 1

Unit 4 Fitness Training and Programming

 

Design a resource on the components of fitness.

Design a resource identifying how to improve the components of fitness.

Produce a revision resource for GCSE Students on the components of fitness.

Produce a video to take students through the different methods of training.

Summer Term 2

Unit 4 Fitness Training and Programming

 

Design a booklet identifying the methods of training.

produce training session plans covering cardiovascular training, resistance training, flexibility training and speed training

Produce a six week training programme

Design your own fitness idea/training method that you can promote as the new fitness FAD!