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Physical Education

 

PE develops pupils’ 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.

A high-quality PE curriculum enables all pupils to enjoy and succeed in many kinds of physical activity. They develop a wide range of skills and the ability to use tactics, strategies and compositional ideas to perform successfully. When they are performing, they think about what they are doing, analyse the situation and make decisions. They also reflect on their own and others’ performances and find ways to improve them. As a result, they develop the confidence to take part in different physical activities and learn about the value of healthy, active lifestyles. Discovering what they like to do, what their aptitudes are at school, and how and where to get involved in physical activity helps them make informed choices about lifelong physical activity.

PE helps pupils develop personally and socially. They work as individuals, in groups and in teams, developing concepts of fairness and of personal and social responsibility. They take on different roles and responsibilities, including leadership, coaching and officiating. Through the range of experiences that PE offers, they learn how to be effective in competitive, creative and challenging situations.


Students in years 7-11 will participate in 3 hours of physical activity a week. There will be one double lesson (2 hours), which is known as the ‘games’ lesson and one ‘core’ physical education lesson (1 hour).  

Students in years 12-13 will participate in one core physical education lesson (1 hour) a week. 

 

  • Physical Education Kit

    Rugby

    Kellett PE Shorts

    Kellett PE

    Gum Shield

    Kellett Long Socks

    Football Boots & Trainers

    Netball

    Kellett PE top

    Kellett Skort

    Trainer socks

    Trainers

    Hockey

    Kellett PE top

    Kellett Shorts - boys

    Kellett Skort - girls

    Gum shield

    Shin pads

    Kellett Long socks

    Astro turf shoes or Trainers

    Hockey stick

    Swimming

    Girls – Kellett One piece swim suit

    Boys – Kellett Jammers

    Kellett Swim hat

    Goggles

    Towel

    Football

    Kellett PE top

    Kellett Shorts

    Shin Pads

    Kellett Long socks

    Football boots & Trainers

    Fitness, Athletics

    Dance, Badminton

    Volleyball, Table tennis, Striking & Fielding, Ultimate Frisbee

    Kellett PE top

    Kellett Shorts

    Trainer socks

    Trainers


     

     



     

  • Year 7-11 Games

    Games Programme 2016 - 2017

    -       Year 7 – 10 is a 2 hour games lesson/ Year 11 is a 1 hour PE lesson

    -       Students will be split into single sex groups

    -       The date in red is the week of the Inter House competition in that sport (where applicable)

    -       Every student must bring both boots and trainers to every lesson

    Year 7 – 11

    For more detailed information, please click here.

  • Year 7-8 Physical Education

    Year 7 & 8 Core Physical Education 2016 - 2017

    • 1 Hour lesson
    • Students will be grouped on their swimming ability and kept in these groups for all activities.

    Year 7 – 8

    Block Number Dates (week beginning) Adlington Beckham Ennis Wilkinson Murray
    0

    29 Aug - 5 Sept

    Fitness
    1

    12 Sept - 31 Oct

    Swimming Athletics - Track (Sky Pitch) Athletics - Field (Sky Pitch) Gymnastics (Gym) Fitness (Hall)
    2

    7 Nov - 12 Dec

    Fitness (Hall) Swimming Athletics - Track (Sky Pitch) Athletics - Field (Sky Pitch) Gymnastics (Gym)
    3

    9 Jan - 20 Feb

    Gymnastics (Gym) Fitness (Hall) Swimming Athletics - Track (Sky Pitch) Athletics - Field (Sky Pitch)
    4

    27 Feb - 3 April

    Athletics - Field (Sky Pitch) Gymnastics (Gym) Fitness (Hall) Swimming Athletics - Track (Sky Pitch)
    5

    24 Apr - 29 May

    Athletics - Track (Sky Pitch) Athletics - Field (Sky Pitch) Gymnastics (Gym) Fitness (Hall) Swimming
    9

    5 June - 26 June

    Striking & Fielding

     

  • Year 9-10 Physical Education

    Year 9 Core Physical Education 2016 - 2017

    • 1 Hour lesson
    • Students will be grouped on their swimming ability and kept in these groups for all activities.

    Block Number

    Dates (Week Beginning) Addlington Beckham Ennis Wilkinson

    0

    29 Aug - 5 Sep Fitness

    1

    12 Sep - 31 Oct Swimming Athletics - Track (Sky Pitch) Athletics - Field (Sky Pitch) Gymnastics (Hall)

    2

    7 Nov - 12 Dec Gymnastics (Gym) Swimming  Athletics - Track (Sky Pitch) Athletics - Field (Sky Pitch)

    3

    9 Jan - 20 Feb Athletics - Field (Sky Pitch) Gymnastics (Gym) Swimming Athletics - Track (Sky Pitch)

    4

    27 Feb - 3 Apr Athletics - Track (Sky Pitch) Athletics - Field (Sky Pitch) Gymnastics (Hall) Swimming

    5

    24 Apr - 29 May Fitness (Various)

    9

    5 June - 26 June Striking & Fielding

    Year 10 Core Physical Education 2016 - 2017

    • 1 Hour lesson
    • Students will be grouped on their swimming ability and kept in these groups for all activities.

    Block Number

    Dates (Week Beginning) Addlington Beckham Ennis Wilkinson

    0

    29 Aug - 5 Sep Fitness

    1

    12 Sep - 31 Oct Swimming Athletics - Track (Sky Pitch) Athletics - Field (Sky Pitch) Badminton (Hall)

    2

    7 Nov - 12 Dec Badminton (Hall) Swimming  Athletics - Track (Sky Pitch) Athletics - Field (Sky Pitch)

    3

    9 Jan - 20 Feb Athletics - Field (Sky Pitch) Badminton (Hall) Swimming Athletics - Track (Sky Pitch)

    4

    27 Feb - 3 Apr Athletics - Track (Sky Pitch) Athletics - Field (Sky Pitch) Badminton (Hall) Swimming

    5

    24 Apr - 29 May Fitness (Various)

    9

    5 June - 26 June Striking & Fielding
     
  • Year 11 Physical Education

    Year 11 Options Blocks  

    Out of the 5 blocks students must participate in groups 1, 2 & 3 for at least one block and then students can choose from any of the groups for the remaining 2 blocks.

     

    Block No

    Date

    (Week beginning)

    Group 1

    Sports Hall

    Group 2

    Fitness

    Group 3

    Swimming Pool

     

    25 August

    Fitness Assessment

    1

    1 Sept- 29 Sept

    Basketball

    Circuit Training

    PersonalSurvival

    2

    6 Oct - 10 Nov

    Badminton

    Weight Training

    Water Polo

    3

    17 Nov - 5 Jan

    Volleyball

    IntervalTraining

    Swim Fitness

    4

    12 Jan - 9 Feb

    Table Tennis

    Cross Fit

    Stroke Technique

    5

    23 Feb - 23 March

    Striking/Fielding

    Core Strength

    Life saving Skills

  • Year 12-13 Physical Education

    Year 12 & 13 Options Blocks

    Out of the 5 blocks students must participate in an activity in 3 out of the 4 groups at least once (all students must do a group 3 option once). Students can choose from any of the groups for their remaining 2 blocks.  

     

    Block No

    Date

    (Week beginning)

    Group 1

    Sports Hall

    Group 2

    Fitness

    Group 3

    Swimming Pool

    Group 4

    Sky Pitch

     

    25 August

    Fitness Assessment

    1

    1 Sept - 29 Sept

    Basketball

    Circuit Training

    Personal Survival

    Football

    2

    6 Oct - 10 Nov

    Badminton

    Weight Training

    Water Polo

    Tag Rugby

    3

    17 Nov - 5 Jan

    Volleyball

    Interval Training

    Swim Fitness

    Outdoor Education

    4

    12 Jan - 9 Feb

    Table Tennis

    Cross Fit

    Stroke Technique

    Football

    5

    23 Feb - 23 March

    Striking & Fielding

    Core Strength

    Life saving Skills

    Ultimate Frisbee

     

  • GCSE Physical Education

    Course Content 

    Year 10

    Unit 1: Factors Affecting Performance

    • Skill
    • Motivation and mental preparation
    • Skeleton and joints
    • Muscles and tendons
    • Circulatory and respiratory systems
    • Fitness
    • Physique
    • Drugs

    Unit 2: Health, Safety and Training

    • Health
    • Diet
    • Games: Safe practice
    • Injuries
    • Exercise and training

    Year 11

    Unit 3: Reasons and opportunities for participation in physical activity

    • Leisure
    • Facilities, participation, excellence
    • Global events
    • Media
    • Access to sport

    Coursework:

    • Planning, performing and evaluating performance in a chosen sport
    • Practical assessments in 4 sports and final moderation
    • Revision

    Final Assessment

    Examination (40%)

    Student’s sit one exam paper that assesses their knowledge and understanding in relation to the syllabus content above. The paper takes 1 hour 45 minutes and is worth 80 marks. The paper is divided into 2 sections. Section A involves short answer questions on each of the 3 units.  Section B has three structured and differentiated questions, one on each unit. 

    Coursework (60%)

    Assessment is carried out by the centre and internally standardised with moderation of video evidence by a Cambridge appointed moderator. 

    This component requires candidates to offer four practical activities from at least two of the seven categories which are:

    • Games
    • Gymnastics
    • Dance
    • Athletics
    • Outdoor and Adventurous
    • Swimming
    • Combat

    Assessment in the four practical activities is worth 50% of the syllabus total. In addition, candidates are assessed on their ability to analyse and improve their own or another's performance in one of their chosen practical activities, worth 10% of the syllabus total.

  • A Level Physical Education

    Course Content 

    Year 12 (AS)

    • Skill acquisition
    • Sport and society
    • Applied anatomy and physiology
    • Exercise physiology
    • Biomechanical movement
    • Sport psychology
    • The role of technology in physical activity and sport

    Coursework:

    • Practical performance in one activity as coach of performer in a full sided version of the activity. 
    • Written/verbal analysis of performance
    • Revision

    Year 13 (A-level)

    • Energy systems
    • Skill acquisition - memory models
    • Exercise physiology - injury prevention, rehabilitation
    • Biomechanical movement - linear, angular and projectile motion
    • Sport psychology - motivation, self-efficacy, attribution, leadership, stress management and media

    Coursework:

    • Practical performance in one activity as a coach or performer in a full sided version of the activity
    • Written/verbal analysis of performance
    • Revision

     

    Final Assessment

    Year 12

    Examination (70%)

    At the end of Year 12 all PE students sit Paper 1 which assesses their knowledge and understanding in relation to the Year 12 syllabus content above. The paper takes 2 hours and is 70% of the AS. The paper is divided into 3 sections.

    Section A - Applied physiology

    Section B - Skill acquisition and sport psychology

    Section C - Sport and society

    Each section is worth 35 marks and each involves multiple choice, short answer and extended writing questions

    Coursework (30%)

    Assessment is carried out by the centre and internally standardised with moderation of video evidence by a Cambridge appointed moderator.

    Student are assessed as a performer or coach in the full sided version of one activity. Students also complete a written / verbal analysis of performance on a focused area of their sport e.g. attacking in a named game or an identified stroke in swimming

    Assessment in the selected practical activity is worth 15% of the syllabus total. The ability of a candidate to analyse and improve performance in their chosen practical activities is also worth 15% of the syllabus total. 

    NOTE:

    Having taken the AS exam a student may then take the AS as a stand alone qualification and decide not to continue to A Level. However, it is expected that most students will continue with their studies and take Physical Education into Year 13 as a linear course.

     

    YEAR 13

    Examination (70%)

    At the end of Year 13 PE students sit Paper 1 and Paper 2 which assess their knowledge and understanding in relation to both the Year 12 and Year 13 course content above. The papers both take 2 hours and are worth 70% of the AS. Papers 1 and 2 are both worth 35%. 

    Papers 1 and 2 are divided into 3 sections.

    Paper 1 (Year 12 content)

    Section A - Applied physiology

    Section B - Skill acquisition and sport psychology

    Section C - Sport and society

     

    Paper 2 (Year 13 content)

    Section A - Exercise physiology and biomechanics

    Section B - Sport psychology

    Section C - Sport and society and technology in sport

    Each section is worth 35 marks and each involves multiple choice, short answer and extended writing questions.

    Please note that the qualification is linear. This means that a student cannot carry forwards the marks they achieve from AS. All assessment must take place at the end of the course.

    Coursework (30%)

    Assessment is carried out by the centre and internally standardised with moderation of video evidence by an AQA appointed moderator.

    Student are assessed as a performer or coach in the full sided version of one activity. Students also complete a written/verbal analysis of performance in their sport which will covering  a range of skills and their tactical/strategic understanding

    Assessment in the selected practical activity is worth 15% of the syllabus total. The ability of a candidate to analyse and improve performance in their chosen practical activities is also worth 15% of the syllabus total.