The PE department are extremely committed to ensuring that every student at Fallibroome is able to fully develop their range of physical and social skills through their involvement in a high quality PE curriculum.
Every student in Years 7, 8 and 9 have 4 hours of PE per fortnight. In Key Stage 4, students follow a 'Core' PE programme for 3 hours per fortnight and many students opt to study GCSE PE or BTEC Sport enabling them to experience up to a further 5 hours every two weeks. A-Level students are given the opportunity to broaden their knowledge and understanding of Physical Education through AS and A2 PE with 9 lessons taking place over a 2 week period.
Every student at Fallibroome is encouraged to take part in our extensive extra-curricular PE programme. During these times, the PE staff organise practices, clubs and competitions. Whilst many of these activities encourage and develop a 'sport for all' philosophy, the more able students are invited to represent the school in a wide range of sports.
When students participate in PE activities they are required to wear the following:
- Green rugby jersey (only required for outdoor/games activities).
- White polo shirt (indoor PE/summer activities).
- Black shorts.
- Green football socks.
- Football boots/trainers.
- Black tracksuit bottoms (optional in winter only).
- Black gloves/hat (optional in winter only).
- Shin pads/gum shield (recommended for rugby/hockey and football).
Students will be issued with a kit mark if they forget their kit/items of their kit. Two kit marks will result in a faculty detention.
Students still need to bring their kit when they are injured and failure to do so will result in a kit mark. Kit is required as students will still go outside and may get wet. Students will be required to take on a coaching/officiating role to ensure they are still engaged in the lesson.
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- Mr S Worthington
Director of Teaching and Learning
- Miss L Mountford
Assistant Director of Teaching and Learning
- Mr M Dale
- Mr P Hayes
- Mrs S Fielding
- Mr A Fitzgibbon
- Miss K Jones
- Mr J Kelly
Teacher / SSCO
The PE curriculum is a balanced mixture of individual and team activities. In years 7 to 9, all PE lessons are taught in single gender classes and students follow a set programme of activities. The activities are revisited each year in Key Stage 3, thus allowing the students to develop their skills as they move through the school.
The five strands of assessment students are assessed in:
- Developing skills in physical activity
- Making and applying decisions
- Evaluate and improve performances
- Developing physical and mental capacity
- Making informed choices about healthy lifestyles
Each student will review their progress across these five strands twice yearly.
Sports/Activities Covered in the KS3 PE Curriculum
- Cross Country
- Health Related Fitness
Students begin to specialise in a balanced range of sports and they study them in greater depth. There is an emphasis on developing the knowledge, understanding and skills so that students can lead a healthy and active lifestyle.
Sports/Activities Covered in the KS4 PE Curriculum
- Cross Country
- Fitness Suite (Leisure Centre)
- Health Related Fitness
The content of the AQA GCSE Physical Education specification is designed to enable students to understand the benefits of living a healthy and active lifestyle and to provide a route into further study and/or related career opportunities.
The course is 40% theory, assessed through one written paper at the end of the course. Students are required to develop the knowledge and understanding needed to take responsibility for their own physical growth and development as part of a personal healthy active lifestyle. The other 60% of the course is assess students practical ability in four different sports/activities in one of the following roles; player/performer, organiser, leader/coach, choreographer and official.
GCSE Study Guide (PDF)
The BTEC Level 2 Extended Certificate is broadly equivalent to two GCSEs and covers the key knowledge and practical skills required in the sport and active leisure sector. It gives students the opportunity to enter employment or progress onto further study. Students study units including; fitness testing and training, practical sports, sports leadership and planning and delivering a sports event. Students are not required to sit an exam as they are assessed on coursework and evidence they submit for each unit.
BTEC Study guide (PDF)
In A Level PE students develop the knowledge and skills in order to understand the opportunities and effects of leading a healthy and active lifestyle. Students are given the opportunity to build on their experience and improve their personal skills/techniques across a variety of roles and in a sport of their choice.
Assessment requirements of the course include a 2 hour written paper at the end of each year and contribute to 60% of student's final grade. Students practical ability and their ability to evaluate and improve their own performance is internally assessed and externally moderated which contributes to 40% of the final grade.
AS Level Study Guide (PDF)
A2 Level Study Guide (PDF)
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