Key Contacts

Mr E Swanton – e.swanton@hanhamwoods.academy – Curriculum Leader for Physical Education

Department Teaching Staff:

Mr P Arnold – p.arnold@hanhamwoods.academy

Mrs R Roberts – r.roberts@hanhamwoods.academy

Mrs S Goater – s.goater@hanhamwoods.academy

Mrs E Baker – e.baker@hanhamwoods.academy

At Hanham Woods Academy, the Physical Education Department strives to develop and improve all students’ ability, knowledge and understanding across the curriculum. We aim to develop vital life skills through the context of being healthy, active and physical literacy.

Physical Education aims to develop personal and social life skills. Personal Skills: motivation, determination, confidence, physical competence, cognitive thinking, creative skills. We also work to improve Social Skills: leadership, communication, working effectively with others.

We are very lucky to have some excellent facilities here at Hanham Woods Academy and students will have opportunities to use them all. In KS3 students enjoy participating in a wide range of sports and activities. We work very hard to make Physical Education at Hanham Woods Academy as enjoyable and as inclusive as possible.  To enable you to get most from your PE lessons and make the most progress we have some simple expectations of you; bring your kit, be open-minded, have a go at all activities and try hard!

Hanham Woods Academy PE Kit: You need to make sure that you have a house colour polo shirt, rugby shirt and sports fleece (optional), black shorts or skort (girls), long black football/rugby socks, white socks, long black socks, trainers, football boots (optional for girls), gum shield, shin pads (optional). Remember, even if you’re not actively participating due to injury, you need to bring your kit!

To find out more about what’s going on in the Hanham Woods Academy PE department, please follow our twitter page @HanhamPE.

 

Key Stage 3 Teaching arrangements

Throughout KS3 students are placed into mixed ability boys and girls groups. Students have 2 X 50 minute lessons each week.

Key Stage 4 Teaching arrangements

Throughout KS4 students are placed into mixed ability boys and girls groups. Students have 2 X 50 minute lessons each week.

The PE Curriculum Statement sets out the vision and intent for the curriculum in Physical Education (PE).

The PE Curriculum Map sets out an overview of the curriculum in Physical Education (PE) from Years 7 through to Year 11.  Among other things, it sets out what is studied, why it is studied, as well as the keywords needed in each year.  Students and parents are likely to find this useful.

At Hanham Woods Academy we encourage students to think like a Sports Person in their Physical Education (PE) lessons.  The Hanham Thinkers PE poster summarises what that means.

PE Curriculum Overview

Key Stage 3 Curriculum

Our KS3 curriculum is a very open and inclusive curriculum. You will be given the opportunity to take part in a range of activities including: Basketball, Athletics, Cricket, Dance, Hockey, Netball, Problem Solving, Rugby, Softball and Tennis. Our curriculum focuses on teaching a variety of skills through each sport, with only part of our assessment focusing on performance.

Our assessment follows the same criteria as all other Cabot Learning Federation Academies. You will be assessed on your Performance levels, Knowledge and Understanding of activities, different roles and health and exercise, Analysis of own and others performances and Personal qualities such as perseverance and team work. They are then awarded a DOYA grade (Deepening, On track, Yet to be on track and At an earlier stage).

The curriculum for years 7-9 are shown below:

Year 7 Curriculum Plan for 2018 – 2019

 

Block 1 7 PE1 

(Boys)

7 PE2

(Boys)

7 PE3

(Girls)

7 PE4

(Girls)

 

4th Sept

28th Sept

Activity Zone

 

Performing at Maximum Levels
Suggested Activity/Facility Induction and FUNs

 

Block 2  7 PE1 7 PE2 7 PE3 7 PE4
 

1st Oct

26th Oct

 

Activity Zone

Invasion Game Principles Movement Through Music Invasion Game Principles Athletic Based Activities
Suggested Activity/Facility Rugby

 

Gymnastics Netball/ Ringo/ Handball Sports Hall/ Winter Athletics

 

Block 3  7 PE1 7 PE2 7 PE3 7 PE4
 

5th Nov

23rd Nov

 

Activity Zone

Movement Through Music Invasion Game Principles Movement Through Music Invasion Game Principles
Suggested Activity/Facility Gymnastics Rugby

 

Dance Netball/ Ringo/ Handball

 

Block 4 7 PE1 7 PE2 7 PE3 7 PE4
 

26th Nov

21st Dec

 

Activity Zone

Invasion Game Principles Outdoor & Adventurous Activities Movement Through Music Invasion Game Principles
Suggested Activity/Facility Basketball/

Handball/ Ringo

Problem Solving Gymnastics Football/ Hockey

 

Block 5 7 PE1 7 PE2 7 PE3 7 PE4
 

7th Jan

·

1st Feb

 

 

Activity Zone

Invasion Game Principles Movement Through Music Athletic Based Activities Movement Through Music
Suggested Activity/Facility Hockey Dance Sports Hall/ Winter Athletics Gymnastics

 

Block 6 7 PE1 7 PE2 7 PE3 7 PE4
 

4th Feb

8th Mar

 

Activity Zone

Movement Through Music Invasion Game Principles Invasion Game Principles Outdoor & Adventurous Activities
Suggested Activity/Facility Dance

 

Basketball/

Handball/ Ringo

Football/ Hockey Problem Solving

 

Block 7 7 PE1 7 PE2 7 PE3 7 PE4
 

11th Mar

5th Apr

 

Activity Zone

Outdoor & Adventurous Activities Invasion Game Principles Outdoor & Adventurous Activities Movement Through Music
Suggested Activity/Facility Problem Solving Hockey Problem Solving Dance

 

Block 8 7 PE1 7 PE2 7 PE3 7 PE4
 

22rd Apr

10th May

 

Activity Zone

Athletic Based Activities Net Games & Racket Principles Athletic Based Activities Striking, Fielding & Target Games
Suggested Activity/Facility Athletics Tennis/

Short Tennis/

Table Tennis

Athletics Rounders/ Softball

 

Block 9 7 PE1 7 PE2 7 PE3 7 PE4
 

13th May

4th June

 

Activity Zone

Net Games & Racket Principles Striking, Fielding & Target Games Athletic Based Activities
Suggested Activity/Facility Tennis/

Short Tennis/

Table Tennis

Festival of Sport Preparation Rounders/ Softball Athletics

 

Block 10 7 PE1 7 PE2 7 PE3 7 PE4
 

10th June

28th June

 

Activity Zone

Striking, Fielding & Target Games Athletic Based Activities Net Games & Racket Principles
Suggested Activity/ Facility Cricket/ Softball Athletics Tennis/

Short Tennis/

Table Tennis

Festival of Sport Preparation

 

Block 11 7 PE1 7 PE2 7 PE3 7 PE4
 

1st July

23rd July

 

Activity Zone

Striking, Fielding & Target Games Net Games & Racket Principles
Suggested Activity/Facility Festival of Sport Preparation Cricket/

Softball

Festival of Sport Preparation Tennis/ Short Tennis/

Table Tennis

Year 8 Curriculum Plan for 2018 – 2019

 

Block 1

8 PE1

8 PE2

8 PE3 8 PE4
 

4th Sept

28th Sept

Activity Zone Invasion Game Principles Invasion Game Principles Invasion Game Principles Athletic Based Activities
Suggested Activity/Facility Rugby Hockey/ Handball (astro) Netball Sports Hall/ Winter Athletics

 

Block 2

8 PE1

8 PE2

8 PE3 8 PE4
 

1st Oct

26th Oct

Activity Zone Movement Through Music Invasion Game Principles Athletic Based Activities Invasion Game Principles
Suggested Activity/Facility Gymnastics/ Free Running Rugby Sports Hall/ Winter Athletics Netball

 

Block 3 8 PE1

8 PE2

8 PE3 8 PE4
 

5th Nov

23rd Nov

Activity Zone Invasion Game Principles Athletic Based Activities Movement Through Music

 

Outdoor & Adventurous Activities
Suggested Activity/Facility Football Sports Hall/ Winter Athletics Dance

 

Orienteering & Tactical Games

 

Block 4 8 PE1

8 PE2

8 PE3 8 PE4
 

26th Nov

21st Dec

Activity Zone Athletic Based Activities Movement Through Music Outdoor & Adventurous Activities Invasion Game Principles
Suggested Activity/Facility Sports Hall/ Winter Athletics Gymnastics/ Free Running Orienteering & Tactical Games Hockey/ Handball

(astro)

 

Block 5 8 PE1

8 PE2

8 PE3 8 PE4
 

7th Jan

1st Feb

 

Activity Zone Movement Through Music Invasion Game Principles Invasion Game Principles Movement Through Music
Suggested Activity/Facility Dance Football Basketball/

Handball/ Ringo

Gymnastics/ Free Running

 

Block 6 8 PE1

8 PE2

8 PE3 8 PE4
 

4th Feb

8th Mar

Activity Zone Invasion Game Principles Outdoor & Adventurous Activities Movement Through Music Invasion Game Principles
Suggested Activity/Facility Hockey/ Handball

(astro)

Orienteering & Tactical Games Gymnastics/ Free Running Basketball/

Handball/Ringo

 

Block 7 8 PE1 8 PE2 8 PE3 8 PE4
 

11th Mar

5th Apr

Activity Zone Outdoor & Adventurous Activities Movement Through Music Invasion Game Principles Movement Through Music
Suggested Activity/Facility Orienteering & Tactical Games Dance Hockey/ Handball

(astro)

Dance

 

Block 8 8 PE1

8 PE2

8 PE3 8 PE4
 

22rd Apr

10th May

 

Activity Zone

Athletic Based Activities Net Games & Racket Principles Athletic Based Activities Striking, Fielding & Target Games
Suggested Activity/Facility Athletics Tennis/ Short Tennis/Table Tennis Athletics Rounders/ Softball

 

Block 9 8 PE1

8 PE2

8 PE3 8 PE4
 

13th May

4th June

 

Activity Zone

Net Games & Racket Principles Athletic Based Activities Striking, Fielding & Target Games Athletic Based Activities
Suggested Activity/Facility Tennis/Short Tennis/Table Tennis Athletics Rounders/ Softball Athletics

 

Block 10 8 PE1

8 PE2

8 PE3 8 PE4
 

10th June

28th June

 

Activity Zone

Striking, Fielding & Target Games Net Games & Racket Principles
Suggested Activity/Facility Cricket/ Softball Festival of Sport Preparation Tennis/Short Tennis/Table Tennis Festival of Sport Preparation

 

Block 11 8 PE1

8 PE2

8 PE3 8 PE4
 

1st July

23rd July

 

Activity Zone

Striking, Fielding & Target Games Net Games & Racket Principles
Suggested Activity/Facility Festival of Sport Preparation Cricket/

Softball

Festival of Sport Preparation Tennis/Short Tennis/Table Tennis

 

Key Stage 4 Teaching arrangements

Throughout KS4 students are placed into mixed ability boys and girls groups. Students have 2 X 50 minute lessons each week.

KS4 Curriculum Information

In Year 10 our curriculum is similar to KS3 in that it is very open and inclusive. You will be given the opportunity to take part in a range of activities including: Basketball, Athletics, Cricket, Dance, Hockey, Netball, Problem Solving, Rugby, Softball and Tennis. However, students are encouraged to take more ownership of their learning. They are also assessed differently. Only attitude to learning scores are given.

Students studying GCSE PE or BTEC Sport will also use these lessons to develop and refine their sporting performance in activities assessed as part of their courses.

The curriculum plan showing what activity each group will be on is shown below:

Year 9 Curriculum Plan for 2018 – 2019

 

Block 1

9 PE1

9 PE2

9 PE3 9 PE4
 

4th Sept

28th Sept

Activity Zone Invasion Game Principles Net Games & Racket Principles Invasion Game Principles Exercising Correctly and Safely
Suggested Activity/Facility Rugby Volleyball/ Badminton Basketball/ Netball/ Handball Health

Related Exercise

 

Block 2

9 PE1

9 PE2

9 PE3 9 PE4
 

1st Oct

26th Oct

Activity Zone Invasion Game Principles Invasion Game Principles Exercising Correctly and Safely Movement Through Music
Suggested Activity/Facility Basketball Rugby Health

Related Exercise

Gymnastics

 

Block 3 9 PE1

9 PE2

9 PE3 9 PE4
 

5th Nov

23rd Nov

Activity Zone Team Building & Problem Solving Exercising Correctly and Safely Movement Through Music Invasion Game Principles
Suggested Activity/Facility Sport Education Health

Related Exercise

Gymnastics Football/ Hockey

 

 

 

Block 4 9 PE1

9 PE2

9 PE3 9 PE4
 

26th Nov

21st Dec

Activity Zone Net Games & Racket Principles Invasion Game Principles Invasion Game Principles Outdoor & Adventurous Activities
Suggested Activity/Facility Volleyball/ Badminton Hockey Football/ Hockey Problem Solving

 

Block 5 9 PE1

9 PE2

9 PE3 9 PE4
 

7th Jan

1st Feb

Activity Zone Invasion Game Principles Invasion Game Principles Team Building & Problem Solving Team Building & Problem Solving
Suggested Activity/Facility Hockey Handball Sport Education Sport Education

 

Block 6 9 PE1

9 PE2

9 PE3 9 PE4
 

4th Feb

8th Mar

Activity Zone Invasion Game Principles Team Building & Problem Solving Movement Through Music Invasion Game Principles
Suggested Activity/Facility Handball Sport

Education

Dance

(Fitness Studio)

Basketball/ Netball/ Handball (Gym)

 

Block 7 9 PE1 9 PE2 9 PE3 9 PE4
 

11th Mar

5th Apr

Activity Zone Exercising Correctly and Safely Invasion Game Principles Outdoor & Adventurous Activities Movement Through Music
Suggested Activity/Facility Health

Related Exercise

Basketball Problem Solving Dance

(Fitness Studio)

 

 

 

 

 

Block 8 9 PE1 9 PE2 9 PE3 9 PE4
 

22rd Apr

10th May

 

Activity Zone

Athletic Based Activities Net Games & Racket Principles Athletic Based Activities Striking, Fielding & Target Games
Suggested Activity/Facility Athletics Tennis/ Badminton Athletics Rounders/ Softball

 

Block 9 9 PE1 9 PE2 9 PE3 9 PE4
 

13th May

4th June

 

Activity Zone

Net Games & Racket Principles GCSE PE Practical Assessment Striking, Fielding & Target Games Athletic Based Activities
Suggested Activity/Facility Tennis/

Short Tennis/ Table Tennis

Athletics Rounders/ Softball Athletics

 

Block 10 9 PE1 9 PE2 9 PE3 9 PE4
 

10th June

28th June

 

Activity Zone

Striking, Fielding & Target Games Net Games & Racket Principles
Suggested Activity/Facility Cricket/ Softball Festival of Sport Prep Tennis/

Short Tennis/

Table Tennis

Festival of Sport Prep

 

Block 11 9 PE1 9 PE2 9 PE3 9 PE4
 

1st July

23rd July

 

Activity Zone

GCSE PE Practical Assessment Striking, Fielding & Target Games GCSE PE Practical Assessment Net Games & Racket Principles
Suggested Activity/Facility Athletics Cricket/

Softball

Athletics Tennis/

Short Tennis/

Table Tennis

Year 10 Curriculum Plan for 2018 – 2019

 

Block 1

10 PE1 (GCSE)

10 PE2

10 PE3 (GCSE) 10 PE4
 

4th Sept

28th Sept

Activity Zone Invasion Game Principles Net Games & Racket Principles Invasion Game Principles Team Building & Problem Solving
Suggested Activity/Facility Football Badminton Netball Netball

 

Block 2

10 PE1

10 PE2

10 PE3 10 PE4
 

1st Oct

26th Oct

Activity Zone Invasion Game Principles Health

Related Exercise

Net Games & Racket Principles Invasion Game Principles
Suggested Activity/Facility Hockey Fitness for Sport Badminton Basketball

 

Block 3 10 PE1

10 PE2

10 PE3 10 PE4
 

5th Nov

23rd Nov

Activity Zone Net Games & Racket Principles Invasion Game Principles Invasion Game Principles Invasion Game Principles
Suggested Activity/Facility Badminton Rugby Sport Education Sport Education

 

Block 4 10 PE1

10 PE2

10 PE3 10 PE4
 

26th Nov

21st Dec

Activity Zone Invasion Game Principles Team Building & Problem Solving Invasion Game Principles Exercising Correctly and Safely
Suggested Activity/Facility Badminton Sport Education Hockey Fitness for Sport/Healthy Lifestyles

 

Block 5 10 PE1

10 PE2

10 PE3 10 PE4
 

7th Jan

1st Feb

 

Activity Zone Invasion Game Principles Net Games & Racket Principles Accurate Replication Movement Through Music
Suggested Activity/Facility Hockey

 

Table Tennis

 

Trampolining Dance

 

 

Block 6 10 PE1

10 PE2

10 PE3 10 PE4
 

4th Feb

8th Mar

Activity Zone Invasion Game Principles Invasion Game Principles Invasion Game Principles Invasion Game Principles
Suggested Activity/Facility Handball Basketball Netball (Leaders) Netball (Leaders)
Block 7 10 PE1 10 PE2 10 PE3 10 PE4
 

11th Mar

5th Apr

Activity Zone Invasion Game Principles Invasion Game Principles Invasion Game Principles Tactical Games
Suggested Activity/Facility Hnadball Football/ Hockey Basketball/ Handball Benchball/Capture the dodge etc.

 

Block 8 10 PE1 10 PE2 10 PE3 10 PE4
 

22rd Apr

10th May

 

Activity Zone

Athletic Based Activities Net Games & Racket Principles Athletic Based Activities Striking, Fielding & Target Games
Suggested Activity/Facility Athletics Tennis/

Short Tennis/

Table Tennis

Rounders/ Softball Rounders/ Softball

 

Block 9 10 PE1 10 PE2 10 PE3 10 PE4
 

13th May

4th June

 

Activity Zone

Athletic Based Activities Athletic Based Activities Net Games & Racket Principles
Suggested Activity/Facility Athletics Festival of Sport Preparation Athletics Tennis/

Short Tennis/

Table Tennis

 

Block 10 10 PE1 10 PE2 10 PE3 10 PE4
 

10th June

28th June

 

Activity Zone

Net Games & Racket Principles Athletic Based Activities Net Games & Racket Principles Athletic Based Activities
Suggested Activity/Facility Badminton Athletics Tennis/

Table Tennis

Athletics

 

Block 11 10 PE1 10 PE2 10 PE3 10 PE4
 

1st July

23rd July

 

Activity Zone

Net Games & Racket Principles Striking, Fielding & Target Games Net Games & Racket Principles
Suggested Activity/Facility Tennis/

Table Tennis

Cricket/

Softball

Badminton/ Trampolining Festival of Sport Preparation

Year 11

Physical Education takes on a different format in Year 11, it has a more recreational feel, students are given options based on time of year and facilities available. Students have an opportunity to choose which activities they would like to participate in. We also offer offsite activities such as swimming and bowling. Again these lessons are only assessed with an attitude to learning score.

During the option process students will have the opportunity to study either GCSE Physical Education or BTEC Sport. These courses are both equivalent to a GCSE but have different approaches to the assessment.

 

GCSE Physical Education

This qualification is linear. Students will sit their exams and submit all non-examined assessment at the end of the course.  The majority of content is delivered in classroom based lessons. 60% of the course is assessed in 2 exams, 30% of the course is non-examined assessment of their practical performance and the students’ ability to analyse and evaluate performance.

Paper 1: The human body and movement in physical activity and sport.

What’s assessed

  • Applied anatomy and physiology
  • Movement analysis
  • Physical training
  • Use of data

How it’s assessed

  • Writing exam: 1 hour 15 minutes
  • 78 marks/30% of GCSE
  • A mixture of multiple choice/objective test questions, short answer questions and extended answer questions.

 

Paper 2: Socio-cultural influences and well-being in physical activity and sport

What’s assessed

  • Sports psychology
  • Socio-cultural influences
  • Health, fitness and well-being
  • Use of data

How it’s assessed

  • Writing exam: 1 hour 15 minutes
  • 78 marks/30% of GCSE
  • A mixture of multiple choice/objective test questions, short answer questions and extended answer questions.

 

Non-examined assessment: Practical performance in physical activity and sport

What is assessed?

  • Practical performance in three different physical activities in the role of player/performer (one in a team activity, one in an individual activity and a third in either a team or in an individual activity).
  • Analysis and evaluation of performance to bring about improvement in one activity.
  • How it’s assessed
  • Assessed by teachers
  • Moderated by AQA
  • 100 marks
  • 40% of GCSE

Questions

  • For each of their three activities, students will be assessed in skills in progressive drills (10 marks per activity) and in the full context (15 marks per activity).
  • Students will be assessed on their analysis (15 marks) and evaluation (10 marks) of performance to bring about improvement in one activity

 

Further details of the theoretical content:

Content Additional information
Bones Identification of various bones, including Cranium, Tibia and Fibula
Structure and function of the skeleton How skeletal system provides protection, shape, support, blood cell production and allows movement in conjunction with muscular system
Muscles Identification and location of various muscles including deltoid, biceps and triceps
Structure of a synovial joint Identification of different structures of a synovial joint
Types of freely moveable joints Identification of different types of joint and different types of movement linked to each type of joint.
Transport of oxygen Identification of pathway of oxygen, gaseous exchange and adaptations of alveoli
Blood vessels Structure of arteries, capillaries and veins. How structure facilitates their function.
Cardiac cycle Structure of the heart. Pathway of the blood through the heart.
Cardiac output, stroke volume and heart rate Relationships between them all. How to interpret heart rate graphs
Mechanics of breathing Interaction of intercostal muscles, ribs and diaphragm in inhalation and exhalation. Change to inspiration and expiration during exercise.
Interpretation of a spirometer trace Identification of various volumes including tidal volume in a spirometer trace. Identifying the difference between rest and exercise.
Anaerobic and Aerobic exercise Definition of aerobic and anaerobic exercise with summaries of the chemical equations. Be able to link these to practical examples of sporting situations. Define EPOC and its causes.
How to recover from exercise How to use cool downs, manipulation of diet and other methods to recover from exercise.
Short and Long term effects of exercise Effects exercise causes during, just after and long term on the body. Such as increased heart rate, fatigue and body shape change.
Movement analysis Identification and basic drawing of first, second and third class levers. Interpret sporting actions using levers. Be able to label effort and resistance arm to allow interpretation of mechanical advantage
Planes and axes of movement Identify different planes including frontal and axes including transverse and relate them to sporting actions.
Relationship between health and fitness and the role of exercise Define health and fitness, relationship between health and fitness. Define a range of components of fitness, including agility, speed and balance and be able to justify them for different physical activities.
Fitness testing Reasons for and limitations of fitness testing. Identify and explain how the tests for different components of fitness are performed. Understand and interpret the results of different tests.
Principles of training and overload Explain key principles and SPORT and FITT and how they are applied to create improvements in fitness
Types of training Be able to identify, explain and justify the choice of the different types of training. Including the use of training purpose, thresholds and zones.
Injury prevention What to do before, during and after exercise to prevent injury
Specific training techniques How high altitude training is carried out and its benefits and limitations
Seasonal aspects Identify and explain training seasons and be able to apply and justify each season to different sporting activities
Warming up and cooling down Identify and explain what a warm up and cool down should include and the benefits for both.
Use of data Understand the difference between quantitative and qualitative data. How it is collected, presented, analysed and evaluated.
Classification of skills Define skills and ability. Be able to classify skills with justification onto various continuums.
Goals Be able to define the different types of goals and match them to appropriate sporting examples.
Target setting Be able to explain and use SMART targets to help improve performance.
Basic information processing The role of each stage of the information processing model. You also then need to draw the information process model as well as apply it to sporting examples.
Guidance and feedback Identify and explain different types of feedback and guidance. Be able to evaluate each type and suggest with justification which types are appropriate.
Arousal Define arousal as well as be able to draw and describe the inverted U theory and the effect of arousal on performance. You will also need to be able to describe and explain different stress management techniques to reduce arousal.
Aggression Define and understand the difference between direct and indirect aggression with sporting examples.
Personality Understand characteristics of introvert and extrovert personalities. Be able to suggest physical activities that suit each personality types.
Motivation Define and explain intrinsic and extrinsic motivation with examples. Be able to evaluate both types and justify which is more effective.
Social groups Be able to describe engagement patterns of different social groups and be able to justify links between social groups and their engagement patterns.
Commercialisation Define commercialisation and be able to explain the relationship between sport, sponsorship and the media. Be able to describe and explain the different types of sponsorship and media. Describe the positive and negative impacts of commercialisation, sponsorship and the media.
Technology Positive and negative impacts of technology on the performer, sport, official, spectator and companies and justify the impacts.
Performers conduct Definitions of etiquette, sportsmanship, gamesmanship and contract to compete with sporting examples.
Drugs Be able to categorise different prohibited substances and methods including negative and positive side effects. Link the different side effects to which types of drugs are taken by which performers with sporting examples.
Spectator behaviour Positive and negative influence of spectators. Why hooliganism occurs and how it is controlled.
Physical, emotional and social health, fitness and well-being How exercise can suit the varying needs of different people. Alongside the reasons for participation in exercise and sport for benefits to physical health, mental health, social health well-being and fitness.
Consequences of sedentary lifestyle Definition of obesity, sedentary and lifestyle and the possible consequences.
Body types They need to be able to define somatotypes and the different types of somatotypes. Link different somatotypes to different physical activities.
Diet How energy is measured and how requirements depend on certain factors such as age. The need for and what is contained in a balanced diet. The role of different components of a diet.
Hydration Definition of dehydration and its effects within different physical activities.

 

List of sports for practical assessment:

Team Activity List

Students are required to be assessed in three different sporting activities, in the role of player/performer. One of these assessments must be in a team activity, one assessment must be in an individual activity, with the third assessment being in either a team or individual activity.

Students can only be assessed in activities identified in our specification, which are those stipulated in the Department for Education’s GCSE PE activity list. Students cannot be assessed in any other activity.

Students can only be assessed once in any activity, including where an activity is included in both the individual activity list and the team activity list. Eg they may not be assessed in both doubles tennis and singles tennis.

Students are required to be assessed on their skills in progressive drills (Part 1) and in the full context (Part 2) for each of their three activities.

Students must be assessed using the specified criteria for each activity. They must be assessed holistically on their overall performance for Part 1 (skills) and for Part 2 (full context) using the levels of response mark schemes provided for each activity.

Students’ performances should be marked at the level at which they can perform consistently, so that they are able to replicate that level during moderation.

The text book that the students use in class is: AQA GCSE 9-1 PE by Ross Howitt and Mike Murray. https://www.educationumbrella.com/search#srch=search%3D%229781471859526%22%7Csort%3D-1%7Cview%3D0%7Cpage%3D1%7Caud%3D%22none%22

Advised revision guide: My Revision Notes: AQA GCSE (9-1) PE 2nd Edition by Kirk Bizley.

https://www.educationumbrella.com/my-revision-notes-aqa-gcse-9-1-pe-2nd-edition/9781510405233/null/1

Full details of the specification can be found here: https://www.aqa.org.uk/subjects/physical-education/gcse/physical-education-8582/specification-at-a-glance

Students are also encouraged to use Seneca Learning and BBC Bitesize to consolidate and deepen their learning.

 

 

BTEC Sport

BTEC again involves predominantly classroom based lessons. Students cover four units over the two years. The first unit is a computer based exam the other three are coursework. The names and content of the units is detailed below.

 

Unit: Content:
Unit 1: Fitness for sport and exercise ·       Components of fitness and compared the needs for different physical activities

·       Heart rate

·       Training thresholds and zones.

·       Borg rating scale.

·       Basic and additional principles of training.

·       Types of training

·       Fitness testing for all the components of fitness.

Unit 2: Practical sports performance For both a team and individual sport:

·       Sports rules, regulations and scoring systems.

·       Practically demonstrate skills in both a practice and competitive environment

·       Skills, technique and tactics required to participate in each of the activities

·       Review of personal performance

Unit 3: Applying the principles of personal training (synoptic assessment) ·       Design a personal fitness training programme using principles of training

·       Barriers to participation and how to overcome them

·       Undertake their planned exercise programme whilst keeping a training and diet diary

·       Reflect on their training programme

Unit 6: Leading sports activities ·       Plan a sporting session using different types of leadership styles

·       Lead the sports activities

·       Observe other sessions

·       Obtain feedback and review session after delivered

There are various books and resources available to support the delivery of BTEC sport

The text book used in class is BTEC sport published by Pearson:

https://www.educationumbrella.com/btec-first-award-sport-student-book/9781446905555/2/1

 

There are also books that help guide students through each unit.

Unit 1 and 2: https://www.educationumbrella.com/btec-first-sport-level-2-assessment-guide-unit-1-fitness-for-sport-unit-2-exercise-and-practical-sports-performance/9781444186628/2/1

Unit 3: https://www.educationumbrella.com/btec-first-sport-level-2-assessment-guide-unit-5-training-for-personal-fitness/9781444186710/2/1

Revision material for the unit 1 exam:

Revision guide: https://www.educationumbrella.com/btec-first-in-sport-revision-guide/9781446906705/2/1

Revision workbook: https://www.educationumbrella.com/btec-first-in-sport-revision-workbook/9781446906712/2/1

Extra-Curricular Activities:

At Hanham Woods Academy, we take great pride in the huge number of extra-curricular opportunities we offer to our students. We have enjoyed a huge amount of success with our school teams.  We compete in the National Cups and are often County Champions and compete in the Level 3 games in football, netball, handball, badminton, sports hall athletics, table tennis and rounders.  It’s not all about the school team though, we run a huge number of clubs and are lucky to have the Bristol Rugby, Badminton England and a basketball coach visit us every week to help provide additional clubs, activities and specialist coaching.  The best way to improve and develop in PE is to work hard, take advantage of the many opportunities on offer and have the confidence to push yourself to work outside of your comfort zone.

CLICK HERE to view an example of one of our extra-curricular timetables