|Mr Kay||Head of PE||Contact|
|Mr G Clark||Classroom Teacher, Head of Year 10, ELT||Contact|
|Miss Morris||Classroom Teacher, Head of Year 9||Contact|
|Mr J Quarry||Classroom Teacher, Deputy Headteacher||Contact|
|Mr Ramali||Classroom Teacher||Contact|
In Physical Education at Central Lancaster High School our aim is to develop young athletes who acquire a love of sport that is continued throughout life, contributing to a healthy physical and mental wellbeing. We will study a range of both individual and team sports, imparting the knowledge and attributes needed to be safe and successful in sport. In PE everything we do is targeted towards developing our 4 key aims;
- Develop an understanding of the benefits of participation in physical activity now and in later life whilst developing skill levels in a range of sports.
- Promote the development of key interpersonal skills that are; organisation, co-operation, teamwork and leadership.
- Develop personal qualities of team spirit, fair play, excellence and enthusiasm and an appreciation of good sportsmanship and etiquette.
- Accurately evaluate pupils own and other’s performances in order to support progression.
Through weekly PE lessons pupils will take part in warm ups, skill drills, conditioned games and full sized games. This will allow pupils to develop the skills needed in a range of sports to their highest potential. Pupils will have the opportunity to take on different roles such as coach or official.
KS3 overview of units:
|Term 1 Topics||Term 2 Topics||Term 3 Topics||Detailed Overview||Curriculum Roadmap|
|Year 7||Handball, netball, rugby, hockey, table tennis, cross country||Table tennis, badminton, Football, leadership and officiating||Football, hockey, badminton, rounders, athletics, cricket||View Document||View Document|
|Year 8||Handball, netball, rugby, hockey, table tennis, cross country||Table tennis, badminton, Football, leadership and officiating||Football, hockey, badminton, rounders, athletics, cricket||View Document||View Document|
|Year 9||Handball, netball, rugby, hockey, Table tennis, cross country||Table tennis, badminton, Football, leadership and officiating||Football, hockey, badminton, rounders, athletics, cricket||View Document||View Document|
Parents / carers can best support pupils by: having the correct kit for each lesson. Encouraging pupils to attend after school clubs and practices.
Key Stage 4:
OCR Cambridge National in Sports studies
Web link to specification: https://www.ocr.org.uk/qualifications/cambridge-nationals/sport-studies-level-1-2-j803-j813/
|Term 1 Topics||Term 2 Topics||Term 3 Topics|
|Year 10||R185: Performance and Leadership in Sport||R185: Performance and Leadership in Sport||R186 Sport & Media|
|Year 11||R186: Media||R184: Contemporary Issues in Sports||R184: Contemporary Issues in Sports|
|Unit 1: R184||Contemporary Issues in Sport Exam||75 minutes||40%|
|Unit 2: R185||Performance and Leadership in Sport Coursework||80 Marks||40%|
|Unit 3: R186||Media in Sport Coursework||40 Marks||20%|
Parents / carers can best support pupils by: ensuring pupils spend time revising for the exam. Pupils will have access to their work online via teams and office 365 and a quiet place to complete work at home would be very beneficial.
Additional materials to support study and revision:
|OCR Revision Guide for RO51||Can be purchased from PE office|
|BBC Sport- keep up to date with the world of sport||www.bbc.co.uk/sport|
|Exam board website||www.ocr.org.uk/qualifications/cambridge-nationals/sport-studies|