PE

Facilities

Onsite College facilities include:

  • Gymnasium
  • Tennis Courts
  • Sports Field
  • Fitness Suite

The PE department have use of Honiton Sports Centre during College hours, including:

  • Sports Hall
  • Squash Courts
  • Swimming Pool
  • Netball Courts

Core PE (Key Stage 3 & 4)

Click here for Curriculum Maps KS3


All students receive two PE lessons per week. Students learn through five essential processes

  1. Making informed choices about healthy, active lifestyles. Students will learn to identify the types of activity that are best suited to them.
  2. Evaluating and improving. Students will learn to analyse performances and identify strengths and weaknesses.
  3. Developing physical and mental capacity. Students will develop determination to succeed.
  4. Making and applying decisions. Students will learn to select and use tactics and strategies.
  5. Developing skills in physical activity. Students will develop a range of skills that show precision, control and fluency.

Key Stage 3 (7-8)

Invasion Games
Football, Netball, Rugby, Basketball, Ultimate Frisbee
Net and Wall Games
Badminton, Tennis, Table Tennis, Squash
Swimming
 
Gymnastics / Trampolining
 
Fitness
 
Sports Leadership
 
Dance
 
Athletics
Track and Field Events
Striking & Fielding Games
Cricket, Rounders, Softball

Key Stage 4 (9-11)

Invasion Games
Football, Netball, Rugby, Basketball, Ultimate Frisbee
Net and Wall Games
Badminton, Tennis, Table Tennis, Squash
Gymnastics / Trampolining
 
Fitness
 
Sports Leadership
 
Dance
 
Athletics
Track and Field Events
Striking & Fielding Games
Cricket, Rounders, Softball
 

Key Stage 4 GCSE PE

Exam Board: Edexcel 2PE01

Click here for exam board Specification
Click here for Curriculum Maps KS4

Overview of new GCSE specification:

Components Content Assessment
Component 1:  fitness and body systems

Applied anatomy and physiology
Movement analysis
Physical Training

Exam – 1hr 45 minutes.
90 marks
36% of GCSE

Component 2: health and performance Health,finess and wellbeing
Sport Psychology
Socio-cultural influences

Exam – 1 hr 15 minutes
70 marks
24% of GCSE

Component 3: practical performance From a choice of 3 sports
Skills during individual activities
Skills during team activities

Assessment
90 marks
30% of GCSE

Component 4: personal exercise programme (PEP) Analysis of proposed PEP
Carrying out and monitoring PEP
Evaluating PEP

Assessment
20 marks
10% of GCSE

Key Stage 5 (A Level PE)
Click here for exam board Specification

Components

Content

Assessment

Component 1:  scientific principles of physical education

Topic 1: applied anatomy and physiology

Topic 2: exercise physiology and applied movement analysis

Exam – 2hrs 30 minutes.

140 marks

40% of GCSE

Component 2: psychological and social principles of physical education

Topic 1: skill acquisition

Topic 2: sports psychology

Topic 3:  sport and society

Exam – 2hrs

100 marks

30% of GCSE

Component 3: practical performance

  • Skills performed in one activity as a performer OR a coach

Assessment

40 marks

15% of GCSE

Component 4: performance analysis and performance development programme

  • In the role of a player o coach, analyse 2 components of physical activity
  • In the role of a player or coach analyse, implement and evaluate a performance development programme

Assessment

40 marks

15% of GCSE


Click here for exam board SpecificationBTEC  Sport (Level 3)

 

Match Reports

Sports Academy

Meet The Department

Useful Links

PE Kit

PE Hoodie Order Form

G & T Reading List


 

Physical Education - Key Stage 4

Students have the choice of a range of courses leading to public examinations at GCSE and/or vocational qualifications in English, Mathematics, Science, Technology, Creative Arts, Humanities, Modern Languages and Vocation areas.

In addition, students follow of course in Citizenship and Personal & Social Education, which also covers Careers and Health Education.

 

 

 

Invasion Games

Football, Netball, Rugby, Basketball, Ultimate Frisbee

Net and Wall Games

Badminton, Tennis, Table Tennis, Squash

Gymnastics / Trampolining

 

Fitness

 

Sports Leadership

Level 2

Dance

 

Athletics

Track and Field Events

Striking & Fielding Games

Cricket, Rounders, Softball

GCSE Physical Education

Exam Board: Edexcel 2PE01

Click here for exam board Specification

Unit 1: The Theory of Physical Education (5PE01) 40% of the total GCSE

Section 1.1: Healthy, active lifestyles

Section 1.2: Your healthy, active body

Assessed through an externally set examination. 1 hour and 30 minutes. The total raw mark available is 80.

 

Unit 2: Performance in Physical Education (5PE02) 60% of the total GCSE

Section 2.1: Practical performance

Section 2.2: Analysis of performance

Assessed under controlled conditions, externally moderated. The total raw mark available is 50.

 

Sports Leaders Level 1 and Level 2

http://www.sportsleaders.org/


 


Physical Education - Key Stage 5

The college offers a wide range of AS and A2 subjects leading to a full A level accreditation. Vocational subjects of a one or two-year duration are offered to include Btec National and OCR.

Please select the subject links below on the left to fund further details for each subject area.

 

 

 

AS and A2 Physical Education

Click here for exam board Specification

AS

Unit 1: Participation in Sport and Recreation

6PE01

AS

Unit 2: The Critical Sports Performer

6PE02

A2

Unit 3: Preparation for Optimum Sports Performance

6PE03

A2

Unit 4: The Developing Sports Performer

6PE04

BTEC National Certificate in Sport (Level 3)

Click here for exam board Specification

Community Sports Leader (CSL) Award

 http://www.sportsleaders.org/


 

Physical Education - Key Stage 3

All students receive two PE lessons per week. Students learn through five essential processes

  1. Making informed choices about healthy, active lifestyles. Students will learn to identify the types of activity that are best suited to them.
  2. Evaluating and improving. Students will learn to analyse performances and identify strengths and weaknesses.
  3. Developing physical and mental capacity. Students will develop determination to succeed.
  4. Making and applying decisions. Students will learn to select and use tactics and strategies.
  5. Developing skills in physical activity. Students will develop a range of skills that show precision, control and fluency.
 

Years 7-9

Invasion Games

Football, Netball, Rugby, Basketball, Ultimate Frisbee

Net and Wall Games

Badminton, Tennis, Table Tennis, Squash

Swimming

 

Gymnastics / Trampolining

 

Fitness

 

Sports Leadership

Level 1

Dance

 

Athletics

Track and Field Events

Striking & Fielding Games

Cricket, Rounders, Softball

 

   
                     
 

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