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Physical Education

"Making PE fun and engaging to inspire lifelong physical activity"

- Chilton PE Team, 2010

Overview

With fantastic dual use facilities the PE curriculum can be delivered in a variety of settings including:

• Sports Hall
• Astro Turf
• Multi Use Games Area
• Field
• Fitness Suite

All students take part in four, one hour lessons across the fortnightly timetable.

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Staff

Mr Suik  
Team Leader of Physical Education

Mr Chadwick   
PE Teacher and Head of Neptune House

Mrs Hedaux   
PE Teacher and Team Leader of Qualities and Values

Miss Pow   
PE Teacher and Head of Mars House

Miss Evans   
PE Teacher

 

Foundation Stage

KS3/KS4 Course Outline

Students cover a broad range of Physical Activities (over 13 different activities) which hopefully engage and motivate students, encouraging them to lead healthy, active lifestyles. In KS3 students will cover at least 4 of the following areas and in KS4 at least 2:

• Outwitting opponents, as in games activities.
• Accurate replication of actions, phrases and sequences, as in gymnastic activities.
• Exploring and communicating ideas, concepts and emotions, as in dance activities.
• Performing at maximum levels in relation to speed, height, distance, strength or accuracy, as in athletic activities.
• Identifying and solving problems to overcome challenges of an adventurous nature, as in life saving and personal survival in swimming and outdoor activities.
• Exercising safely and effectively to improve health and wellbeing, as in fitness and health activities.

KS3/KS4 Assessment Details

Students will be assessed by their classroom teacher in all of the activities which they participate in. In each activity the teacher will be looking for the following:
• The development of skills in Physical Activity.
• The ability to make and apply decisions.
• The development of physical and mental capacity.
• The ability to make informed choices about healthy, active lifestyles.

How Will Students Learn?

Students will learn in a practical environment, being given the opportunity to adopt a number of different roles and responsibilities including performer, coach, official, observer and analyst. Students will be expected to work well as an individual, in pairs, with a small group and as a larger team.

Other Skills They Will Develop:

Our curriculum helps students’ competence and confidence to take part in a range of physical activities that become a central part of their lives, both in and out of school. It helps students develop personally and socially. Through the range of experiences that we offer, they learn how to be effective in competitive, creative and challenging situations.

KS3 Equipment Needed

Chilton Trinity PE Kit including:

Footwear

  • Trainers
  • Football/Rugby Boots for Boys
  • Chilton Trinity Football/Hockey Socks

Shorts/Bottoms

  • Chilton Trinity Shorts or Plain Black/Navy shorts
    Or
  • Plain Black/Navy tracksuit bottoms or Sports ‘Lycra’ Leggings.

Tops

  • Plain white T-Shirt
  • Chilton Trinity Rugby Shirt
    Or
  • Chilton Trinity PE Hooded Top

Gum shields are recommended for both Rugby and Hockey.

KS3 Homework

No official homework is set in KS3 PE, however students are encouraged to participate in physical activity outside of the curriculum time allocated. This could be in school lunchtime clubs and extra-curricular activities or outside of school.

Extra Opportunities (After school, Lunchtime, Trips, etc.)

Lunch time clubs and after school practices and fixtures run every day of the week. A termly timetable of events is published and displayed in tutor basis.

KS3 - How can you support your son/daughter’s progress?

Encouraging your son/daughter to lead healthy, active lifestyles is vital. The more they are able to practices the skills and techniques learnt in class the more likely they are to achieve and enjoy this subject. In this subject ‘Practice really does make perfect’. If you can exercise regularly as a family it will help embed physical activity as a part of their everyday life.

Possible Option Routes

If your son/daughter enjoys all aspects of KS3 PE and they participate regularly in Physical Activity/competition inside or outside of school then they may want to consider the BTEC Sport option available to them in KS4.

 

Personalisation Stage

Edexcel BTEC Level 1/Level 2 First Award in Sport

KS4 Examination Board and Syllabus No: Edexcel 600/4779/3

KS4 Course Outline

All students who opt for the BTEC First Award in Sport follow a two year programme completing four units of work.

The four units include:

  • Unit 1 - Fitness for Sport and Exercise-students will gain an appreciation and understanding of the different fitness components, training principles, training methods and fitness tests.
  • Unit 2 - Practical Sports Performance- students will develop knowledge of the associated rules, regulations, scoring systems, skills, techniques and tactics.
  • Unit 4 - The Sports Performer in Action- students will gain knowledge of the physiology of the body.
  • Unit 6 - Leading Sports Activities- This unit introduces the student to sports leadership, enabling them to start on the ladder of leadership and coaching.

KS4 Assessment Details

The course is assessed with a combination of Internal and External Assessments.
In Year 10 students will complete the following 2 units:

  • Unit 1 - External Assessment- 1 hour online test with 50 available marks. Completion Date: June.
  • Unit 2 - Internal Assessment- 3 written assignments including a presentation, an information leaflet/poster and an observational analysis project.

In Year 11 the following units will be completed:

  • Unit 4 - Internal Assessment. 2 Written Assignments based on the human anatomy during sporting performance.
  • Unit 6 - Internal Assessment. 3 assignments combining practical and theoretical work

How Will Students Learn?

This course will be delivered using a variety of theoretical and practical settings. We will require students to produce written, oral presentations and physical demonstrations.

Other Skills They Will Develop

  Throughout the course students will be encouraged to work and develop skills in the following area:

  • Team Workers
  • Reflective Learners
  • Effective participators
  • Independent enquirers
  • Creative thinkers
  • Self-managers

KS4 Homework

Regular homework is set to help the students collate the information required when tackling the assignments.

Extra Opportunities (After school, Lunchtime, Trips, etc.)

Extra sessions are available each week during lunchtime and after school for students who find some concepts difficult or to just simply complete their homework or assignments.

In the summer of Year 10 a Sports University trip runs to highlight a possible pathway students may wish to follow in the Sports and Leisure field. Recent trips have included Bath University and Plymouth Marjons University.

KS4 Useful Publications/Websites

Textbooks:

Barsby,D., Commons, R., Rizzo, G., Swales, M., Wood, I.,and Barker, R. BTEC Level 2 Firsts in Sport Second Edition. Oxford University Press 2013.

Websites:

BBC Bitesize - Physical Education Skills and Techniques

Revision Booklets:

BTEC First in Sport Revision Guide and Workbook- Pearson Publishers

Career Opportunities

This will lead onto Level 3 courses at College or Sixth Form, University courses in the Sport and Leisure Industry and potential employment within the Sport and Leisure Industry.

KS4 - How can you support your son/daughter’s progress?

You can support your son/daughter by encouraging them to participate in competitive sport both in and outside of school. It is also important to encourage them to do their homework and coursework on a regular basis stressing the importance of meeting deadlines. Making sure there is a suitable environment for them to study is extremely beneficial particularly around examination periods.

 

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