Physical Education – Core

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Expectations of Students?

Students are expected to come with the correct equipment for every lesson, including lessons where they may be injured. In this case students will not take an active part in the performance part of the lesson but may be required to act as a coach or an official.


What Will I Learn?

Students will learn a variety of skills and techniques within the sports they cover.

Students will learn how to work in a team and build skills such as communication, cooperation, and teamwork. Students will take on roles such as a performer, coach of warm up or main session, official and manager.

Students will learn a variety of ways of testing their personal fitness levels including Cardiovascular Endurance, Flexibility, Agility, Strength, etc. Students will also be taught a variety of ways to improve these fitness levels including circuit training, resistance training, interval training, etc.


How Will I Be Assessed?

Regular homework and classwork will inform understanding and progress.

Informal assessments by staff against Year 7 Score Descriptors.

Link to Score Descriptors.


What Different Types of Activities Will I Do Over Time to Help Me Learn?

Curriculum Map (Coming)


How Will This Help Me to Progress to the Next Year or Key Stage?
  • Build upon experiences in Year 6 and show evidence of skill transfer between the activities.
  • Continued themes of Develop and Apply.
  • Build knowledge of fitness components
Expectations of Students?

Students are expected to come with the correct equipment for every lesson, including lessons where they may be injured. In this case students will not take an active part in the performance part of the lesson but may be required to act as a coach or an official.


What Will I Learn?

Students will learn a variety of skills and techniques within the sports they cover.

Students will learn how to work in a team and build skills such as communication, cooperation, and teamwork. Students will take on roles such as a performer, coach of warm up or main session, official and manager.

Students will learn a variety of ways of testing their personal fitness levels including Cardiovascular Endurance, Flexibility, Agility, Strength, etc. Students will also be taught a variety of ways to improve these fitness levels including Circuit Training, Resistance Training, Interval Training, etc.


How Will I Be Assessed?

Regular homework and classwork will inform understanding and progress.

Informal assessments by staff against Year 8 Score Descriptors.

Link to Score Descriptors (Coming)


What Different Types of Activities Will I Do Over Time to Help Me Learn?

Curriculum Map (Coming)


How Will This Help Me to Progress to the Next Year or Key Stage?
  • Build upon experiences in Year 7 and show evidence of skill transfer between the activities.
  • Continued themes of Develop and Apply.
  • Build knowledge of fitness components
Expectations of Students?

Students are expected to come with the correct equipment for every lesson, including lessons where they may be injured. In this case students will not take an active part in the performance part of the lesson but may be required to act as a coach or an official.


What Will I Learn?

Students will learn a variety of skills and techniques within the sports they cover.

Students will learn how to work in a team and build skills such as communication, cooperation, and teamwork. Students will take on roles such as a performer, coach of warm up or main session, official and manager.

Students will learn a variety of ways of testing their personal fitness levels including Cardiovascular Endurance, Flexibility, Agility, Strength, etc. Students will also be taught a variety of ways to improve these fitness levels including Circuit Training, Resistance Training, Interval Training, etc.


How Will I Be Assessed?

Regular homework and classwork will inform understanding and progress.

Informal assessments by staff against Year 9 Score Descriptors.

Link to Score Descriptors (Coming)


What Different Types of Activities Will I Do Over Time to Help Me Learn?

Curriculum Map (Coming)


How Will This Help Me to Progress to the Next Year or Key Stage?
  • Build upon experiences in Year 7 and 8 and show evidence of skill transfer between the activities.
  • Continued themes of Develop and Apply.
  • Build knowledge of fitness components
Expectations of Students?

Students are expected to come with the correct equipment for every lesson, including lessons where they may be injured. In this case students will not take an active part in the performance part of the lesson but may be required to act as a coach or an official.


What Will I Learn?

Students will learn a variety of skills and techniques within the sports they cover.

Students will learn how to work in a team and build skills such as communication, cooperation, and teamwork. Students will take on roles such as a performer, coach of warm up or main session, official and manager.

Students will learn a variety of ways of testing their personal fitness levels including Cardiovascular Endurance, Flexibility, Agility, Strength, etc. Students will also be taught a variety of ways to improve these fitness levels including Circuit Training, Resistance Training, Interval Training, etc.

Non Traditional games give students the opportunity to experience activities that would not be on a traditional curriculum. These include; La Crosse, Dodgeball, Handball etc

Students will also have opportunity to visit Off Site venues in the locality; for example Jump Evolution, Redbridge Cycle Centre.


How Will I Be Assessed?

Informal assessments by staff based on a Pass, Merit and Distinction grading.


What Different Types of Activities Will I Do Over Time to Help Me Learn?

Curriculum Map (Coming)


How Will This Help Me to Progress to the Next Year or Key Stage?
  • Build upon experiences in previous and show evidence of skill transfer between the activities.
  • Continued themes of Develop and Apply.
  • Build knowledge of fitness components
Expectations of Students?

Students are expected to come with the correct equipment for every lesson, including lessons where they may be injured. In this case students will not take an active part in the performance part of the lesson but may be required to act as a coach or an official.


What Will I Learn?

Students will learn a variety of skills and techniques within the sports they cover.

Students will learn how to work in a team and build skills such as communication, cooperation, and teamwork. Students will take on roles such as a performer, coach of warm up or main session, official and manager.

Students will learn a variety of ways of testing their personal fitness levels including Cardiovascular Endurance, Flexibility, Agility, Strength, etc. Students will also be taught a variety of ways to improve these fitness levels including Circuit Training, Resistance Training, Interval Training, etc.

Non Traditional games give students the opportunity to experience activities that would not be on a traditional curriculum. These include; La Crosse, Dodgeball, Handball etc

Students will also have opportunity to visit Off Site venues in the locality; for example Jump Evolution, Redbridge Cycle Centre.


How Will I Be Assessed?

Informal assessments by staff based on a Pass, Merit and Distinction grading.


What Different Types of Activities Will I Do Over Time to Help Me Learn?

Curriculum Map (Coming)


How Will This Help Me to Progress to the Next Year or Key Stage?
  • Build upon experiences in previous and show evidence of skill transfer between the activities.
  • Continued themes of Develop and Apply.
  • Build knowledge of fitness components