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Year 7 

Term Topics taught and learning outcomes
Term 1.1
  • Demonstrate specific sporting skills in team games. Girls will develop skills within netball and football. Boys will develop skills in rugby and basketball.
  • Identify and describe the key teaching points for specific skills. Girls will develop knowledge within netball and football. Boys will develop knowledge in rugby and basketball.
  • Explain and adhere to key rules within conditioned games. Girls will apply rules within netball and football. Boys will apply rules within rugby and basketball.

ASSESSMENT

Students will be assessed in the activity area they have been studying this half term.This will be done at the end of the activity block.

HOMEWORK

Students will develop knowledge and understanding of the impact of physical education and how the body responds to physical activity.

Term 1.2
  • Demonstrate specific sporting skills in team games. Girls will develop skills within netball and football. Boys will develop skills in rugby and basketball.
  • Identify and describe the key teaching points for specific skills. Girls will develop knowledge within netball and football. Boys will develop knowledge in rugby and basketball.
     
  • Explain and adhere to key rules within conditioned games. Girls will apply rules within netball and football. Boys will apply rules within rugby and basketball.

ASSESSMENT

Students will be assessed in the activity area they have been studying this half term.This will be done at the end of the activity block.

HOMEWORK

Students will develop knowledge and understanding of the impact of physical education and how the body responds to physical activity.

Term 2.1
  • Demonstrate specific sporting skills in team games. Girls will develop skills within trampolining and OAA. Boys will develop skills in dance and table tennis.
  • Identify and describe the key teaching points for specific skills. Girls will develop knowledge within trampolining and OAA. Boys will develop knowledge in dance and table tennis.
  • Explain and adhere to key rules within conditioned games. Girls will apply rules within trampolining and OAA. Boys will apply rules within dance and table tennis.

ASSESSMENT

Students will be assessed in the activity area they have been studying this half term.This will be done at the end of the activity block.

HOMEWORK

Students will develop knowledge and understanding of the impact of physical education and how the body responds to physical activity.

Term 2.2
  • Demonstrate specific sporting skills in team games. Girls will develop skills within trampolining and OAA. Boys will develop skills in dance and table tennis.
  • Identify and describe the key teaching points for specific skills. Girls will develop knowledge within trampolining and OAA. Boys will develop knowledge in dance and table tennis.
  • Explain and adhere to key rules within conditioned games. Girls will apply rules within trampolining and OAA. Boys will apply rules within dance and table tennis.

ASSESSMENT

Students will be assessed in the activity area they have been studying this half term. This will be done at the end of the activity block.

HOMEWORK

Students will develop knowledge and understanding of the impact of physical education and how the body responds to physical activity.

Term 3.1
  • Demonstrate specific sporting skills in team games. Girls will develop skills within rounders and athletics. Boys will develop skills in cricket and tennis.
  • Identify and describe the key teaching points for specific skills. Girls will develop knowledge within rounders and athletics. Boys will develop knowledge in cricket and tennis.
  • Explain and adhere to key rules within conditioned games. Girls will apply rules within rounders and athletics. Boys will apply rules within cricket and tennis.

ASSESSMENT

Students will be assessed in the activity area they have been studying this half term.This will be done at the end of the activity block.

HOMEWORK

Students will develop knowledge and understanding of the impact of physical education and how the body responds to physical activity.

Term 3.2
  • Demonstrate specific sporting skills in team games. Girls will develop skills within rounders and athletics. Boys will develop skills in cricket and tennis.
  • Identify and describe the key teaching points for specific skills. Girls will develop knowledge within rounders and athletics. Boys will develop knowledge in cricket and tennis.
  • Explain and adhere to key rules within conditioned games. Girls will apply rules within rounders and athletics. Boys will apply rules within cricket and tennis.
     

ASSESSMENT

Students will be assessed in the activity area they have been studying this half term.This will be done at the end of the activity block.

HOMEWORK

Students will develop knowledge and understanding of the impact of physical education and how the body responds to physical activity.

Year 8 

Term Topics taught and learning outcomes
Term 1.1
  • Demonstrate specific sporting skills and tactics. Girls will develop skills within trampolining and hockey. Boys will develop skills in football and badminton.
  • Apply knowledge of skills and tactics into a competitive situation in. Girls will develop knowledge within trampolining and hockey. Boys will develop knowledge in football and badminton.
  • Evaluate performance through identifying strengths and areas for improvement within. Girls will develop knowledge within trampolining and hockey. Boys will develop knowledge in football and badminton.

ASSESSMENT

Students will be assessed in the activity area they have been studying this half term.This will be done at the end of the activity block.

HOMEWORK

Students will develop knowledge and understanding of the impact of physical education and how the body responds to physical activity.

Term 1.2
  • Demonstrate specific sporting skills and tactics. Girls will develop skills within trampolining and hockey Boys will develop skills in football and badminton.
  • Apply knowledge of skills and tactics into a competitive situation in. Girls will develop knowledge within trampolining and hockey. Boys will develop knowledge in football and badminton.
  • Evaluate performance through identifying strengths and areas for improvement within. Girls will develop knowledge within trampolining and hockey. Boys will develop knowledge in football and badminton.

ASSESSMENT

Students will be assessed in the activity area they have been studying this half term.This will be done at the end of the activity block.

HOMEWORK

Students will develop knowledge and understanding of the impact of physical education and how the body responds to physical activity.

Term 2.1
  • Demonstrate specific sporting skills and tactics. Girls will develop skills within badminton and dance. Boys will develop skills in OAA and trampolining.
  • Apply knowledge of skills and tactics into a competitive situation in. Girls will develop knowledge within badminton and dance. Boys will develop knowledge in OAA and trampolining.
  • Evaluate performance through identifying strengths and areas for improvement within. Girls will develop knowledge within badminton and dance. Boys will develop knowledge in OAA and trampolining.

ASSESSMENT

Students will be assessed in the activity area they have been studying this half term.This will be done at the end of the activity block.

HOMEWORK

Students will develop knowledge and understanding of the impact of physical education and how the body responds to physical activity.

Term 2.2
  • Demonstrate specific sporting skills and tactics. Girls will develop skills within badminton and dance. Boys will develop skills in OAA and trampolining.
  • Apply knowledge of skills and tactics into a competitive situation in. Girls will develop knowledge within badminton and dance. Boys will develop knowledge in OAA and trampolining.
  • Evaluate performance through identifying strengths and areas for improvement within. Girls will develop knowledge within badminton and dance. Boys will develop knowledge in OAA and trampolining.

ASSESSMENT

Students will be assessed in the activity area they have been studying this half term.This will be done at the end of the activity block.

HOMEWORK

Students will develop knowledge and understanding of the impact of physical education and how the body responds to physical activity.

Term 3.1
  • Demonstrate specific sporting skills and tactics. Girls will develop skills within tennis and cricket. Boys will develop skills in hockey and athletics.
  • Apply knowledge of skills and tactics into a competitive situation in. Girls will develop knowledge within tennis and cricket. Boys will develop knowledge in hockey and athletics.
  • Evaluate performance through identifying strengths and areas for improvement within. Girls will develop knowledge within tennis and cricket. Boys will develop knowledge in hockey and athletics.

ASSESSMENT

Students will be assessed in the activity area they have been studying this half term.This will be done at the end of the activity block.

HOMEWORK

Students will develop knowledge and understanding of the impact of physical education and how the body responds to physical activity.

Term 3.2
  • Demonstrate specific sporting skills and tactics. Girls will develop skills within tennis and cricket. Boys will develop skills in hockey and athletics.
  • Apply knowledge of skills and tactics into a competitive situation in. Girls will develop knowledge within tennis and cricket. Boys will develop knowledge in hockey and athletics.
  • Evaluate performance through identifying strengths and areas for improvement within. Girls will develop knowledge within tennis and cricket. Boys will develop knowledge in hockey and athletics.

ASSESSMENT

Students will be assessed in the activity area they have been studying this half term.This will be done at the end of the activity block.

HOMEWORK

Students will develop knowledge and understanding of the impact of physical education and how the body responds to physical activity.

Year 9 

Term Topics taught and learning outcomes
Term 1.1
  • Demonstrate specific sporting skills and tactics within team game activities. Girls will develop skills and tactics within netball and football. Boys will develop skills and tactics within rugby and basketball.
  • Apply knowledge of skills and tactics into a competitive situations within team game activities. Girls will apply knowledge of skills and tactics within netball and football. Boys will apply knowledge of skills and tactics within rugby and basketball.
  • Evaluate performance through identifying strengths and areas for improvement within team game activities. Girls will evaluate performance within netball and football. Boys will evaluate performance within rugby and basketball.

ASSESSMENT

Students will be assessed in the activity area they have been studying this half term.This will be done at the end of the activity block.

HOMEWORK

Students will develop cross-curricular links through the completion of task in a sport and PE context with the focuses of Literacy & Numeracy.

 

Term 1.2
  • Demonstrate specific sporting skills and tactics within team and individual activities. Girls will develop skills and tactics within hockey and trampolining. Boys will develop skills and tactics within football and badminton.
  • Apply knowledge of skills and tactics into a competitive situations within team and individual activities. Girls will apply knowledge of skills and tactics within hockey and trampolining. Boys will apply knowledge of skills and tactics within football and badminton.
  • Evaluate performance through identifying strengths and areas for improvement within team game activities. Girls will apply knowledge of skills and tactics within hockey and trampolining. Boys will apply knowledge of skills and tactics within football and badminton.

ASSESSMENT

  • Students will be assessed in the activity area they have been studying this half term.This will be done at the end of the activity block.

HOMEWORK

  • Students will develop cross-curricular links through the completion of task in a sport and PE context with the focuses of Literacy and Numeracy.

 

Term 2.1
  • Demonstrate specific sporting skills and tactics within individual activities. Girls will develop skills and tactics within gymnastics and OAA. Boys will develop skills and tactics within dance and table tennis.
  • Apply knowledge of skills and tactics into a competitive situations within individual activities. Girls will apply knowledge of skills and tactics within gymnastics and OAA. Boys will apply knowledge of skills and tactics within dance and table tennis.
  • Evaluate performance through identifying strengths and areas for improvement within team game activities. Girls will evaluate performance within gymnastics and OAA. Boys will evaluate performance within dance and table tennis.

ASSESSMENT

Students will be assessed in the activity area they have been studying this half term.This will be done at the end of the activity block.

HOMEWORK

Students will develop cross-curricular links through the completion of a task in a sport and PE context with the focuses of Literacy and Numeracy.

Term 2.2
  • Demonstrate specific sporting skills and tactics within individual activities. Girls will develop skills and tactics within badminton and dance. Boys will develop skills and tactics within trampolining and OAA.
     
  • Apply knowledge of skills and tactics into a competitive situations within individual activities. Girls will apply knowledge of skills and tactics within badminton and dance. Boys will apply knowledge of skills and tactics within trampolining and OAA.
  • Evaluate performance through identifying strengths and areas for improvement within team game activities. Girls will evaluate performance within badminton and dance. Boys will evaluate performance within trampolining and OAA.
     

ASSESSMENT

Students will be assessed in the activity area they have been studying this half term.This will be done at the end of the activity block.

HOMEWORK

Students will develop cross-curricular links through the completion of task in a sport and PE context with the focuses of Literacy & Numeracy.

Term 3.1
  • Demonstrate specific sporting skills and tactics within Summer activities. Girls will develop skills and tactics within rounders and athletics. Boys will develop skills and tactics within cricket and tennis.
  • Apply knowledge of skills and tactics into a competitive situations within Summer activities. Girls will apply knowledge of skills and tactics within rounders and athletics. Boys will apply knowledge of skills and tactics within cricket and tennis.
  • Evaluate performance through identifying strengths and areas for improvement within Summer activities. Girls will evaluate performance within rounders and athletics. Boys will evaluate performance within cricket and tennis.

ASSESSMENT

Students will be assessed in the activity area they have been studying this half term.This will be done at the end of the activity block.

HOMEWORK

Students will develop cross-curricular links through the completion of task in a sport and PE context with the focuses of Literacy & Numeracy.

Term 3.2
  • Demonstrate specific sporting skills and tactics within Summer and team activities. Girls will develop skills and tactics within tennis and cricket. Boys will develop skills and tactics within hockey and athletics.
     
  • Apply knowledge of skills and tactics into a competitive situations within Summer and team activities. Girls will apply knowledge of skills and tactics within tennis and cricket. Boys will apply knowledge of skills and tactics within hockey and athletics.
  • Evaluate performance through identifying strengths and areas for improvement within Summer and team activities. Girls will evaluate performance within tennis and cricket. Boys will evaluate performance within hockey and athletics.

ASSESSMENT

Students will be assessed in the activity area they have been studying this half term.This will be done at the end of the activity block.

HOMEWORK

Students will develop cross-curricular links through the completion of a task in a sport and PE context with the focuses of Literacy & Numeracy.

Year 10 (core)

Term Topics taught and learning outcomes
Term 1.1
  • Develop and demonstrate transferable key skills in a range of sporting contexts. Girls will develop transferable skills in football, trampolining or cricket followed by JSLA, dance or trampolining. Boys will develop knowledge in rugby, basketball or cricket followed by football, JSLA or table tennis.
  • Develop and demonstrate specific sporting skills and tactics. Girls and boys will develop and demonstrate skills and tactics in activities within their chosen pathway.
  • Understand the importance of a healthy and active lifestyle. Girls and boys will relate this to activities within their chosen pathway.

ASSESSMENT

Students will be assessed in activities within their chosen activity pathway. Assessment criteria will be: attendance, punctuality and organisation, learning behaviours, sport specific performance and understanding and transferable key skills throughout the year.

HOMEWORK

Students should take part in extra-curricular activities and lead a healthy active lifestyle.

Term 1.2
  • Develop and demonstrate transferable key skills in a range of sporting contexts. Girls will develop transferable skills in JSLA, exercise to music or fitness. Boys will develop knowledge in hockey, football or trampolining.
  • Develop and demonstrate specific sporting skills and tactics. Girls and boys will develop and demonstrate skills and tactics in activities within their chosen pathway.
  • Understand the importance of a healthy and active lifestyle. Girls and boys will relate this to activities within their chosen pathway.

ASSESSMENT

Students will be assessed in activities within their chosen activity pathway. Assessment criteria will be: attendance, punctuality and organisation, learning behaviours, sport specific performance and understanding and transferable key skills throughout the year.

HOMEWORK

Students should take part in extra-curricular activities and lead a healthy active lifestyle.

Term 2.1
  • Develop and demonstrate transferable key skills in a range of sporting contexts. Girls will develop transferable skills in JSLA, exercise to music and fitness. Boys will develop knowledge in Volleyball.
  • Develop and demonstrate specific sporting skills and tactics. Girls and boys will develop and demonstrate skills and tactics in activities within their chosen pathway.
  • Understand the importance of a healthy and active lifestyle. Girls and boys will relate this to activities within their chosen pathway.

ASSESSMENT

Students will be assessed on their progress made within; attendance, punctuality and organisation, learning behaviours, sport specific performance and understanding and transferable key skills throughout the year.

HOMEWORK

Students should take part in extra-curricular activities and lead a healthy active lifestyle.

Term 2.2
  • Develop and demonstrate transferable key skills in a range of sporting contexts. Girls will develop transferable skills in JSLA and table tennis. Boys will develop knowledge in trampolining and fitness.
  • Develop and demonstrate specific sporting skills and tactics. Girls and boys will develop and demonstrate skills and tactics in activities within their chosen pathway.
  • Understand the importance of a healthy and active lifestyle. Girls and boys will relate this to activities within their chosen pathway.

ASSESSMENT

Students will be assessed in activities within their chosen activity pathway. Assessment criteria will be: attendance, punctuality and organisation, learning behaviours, sport specific performance and understanding and transferable key skills throughout the year.

HOMEWORK

Students should take part in extra-curricular activities and lead a healthy active lifestyle.

Term 3.1
  • Develop and demonstrate transferable key skills in a range of sporting contexts. Girls will develop transferable skills in (sports to be added). Boys will develop knowledge in (sports to be added).
  • Develop and demonstrate specific sporting skills and tactics. Girls and boys will develop and demonstrate skills and tactics in activities within their chosen pathway.
  • Understand the importance of a healthy and active lifestyle. Girls and boys will relate this to activities within their chosen pathway.

ASSESSMENT

Students will be assessed in activities within their chosen activity pathway. Assessment criteria will be: attendance, punctuality and organisation, learning behaviours, sport specific performance and understanding and transferable key skills throughout the year.

HOMEWORK

Students should take part in extra-curricular activities and lead a healthy active lifestyle.

Term 3.2
  • Develop and demonstrate transferable key skills in a range of sporting contexts. Girls will develop transferable skills in (sports to be added). Boys will develop knowledge in (sports to be added).
  • Develop and demonstrate specific sporting skills and tactics. Girls and boys will develop and demonstrate skills and tactics in activities within their chosen pathway.
  • Understand the importance of a healthy and active lifestyle. Girls and boys will relate this to activities within their chosen pathway.

ASSESSMENT

Students will be assessed in activities within their chosen activity pathway. Assessment criteria will be: attendance, punctuality and organisation, learning behaviours, sport specific performance and understanding and transferable key skills throughout the year.

HOMEWORK

Students should take part in extra-curricular activities and lead a healthy active lifestyle.

Year 10 (GCSE)

Term Topics taught and learning outcomes
Term 1.1
  • Define health and fitness and explain the benefits and reasons for participation and physical exercise.
  • Explain skill and health related fitness components and apply them to sport, well-being and lifestyle.
  • Develop and apply skills in a range of sports into a competitive situation and evaluate their performance (Sports to be added)

ASSESSMENT

Students will be assessed through exam questions and homework activities on health and skills related components of fitness.

HOMEWORK

Homework will consist of activities and exam questions on health and skill related components of fitness.

Term 1.2
  • Describe and explain methods used to assess and monitor health and fitness.
  • Describe and evaluate the health and skill related fitness tests when looking at protocol, reliability and validity.
  • Develop and apply skills in a range of sports into a competitive situation and evaluate their performance (Sports to be added).

ASSESSMENT

Students will be assessed through exam questions and homework activities on health and skills related fitness tests.

HOMEWORK

Homework will consist of activities and exam questions on health and skill related fitness tests.

Term 2.1
  • Explain and apply the training principles needed in exercise including SPORT and FID.
  • Explain and apply the methods of training needed to improve performance in various sports.
  • Develop and apply skills in a range of sports into a competitive situation and evaluate their performance (Sports to be added).

ASSESSMENT

Students will be assessed through exam questions and homework activities on principles and methods of training.

HOMEWORK

Homework will consist of activities and exam questions on principles and methods of training.

Term 2.2
  • Explain and apply the methods of training needed to improve performance in various sports.
  • Describe and explain the application of training in order to improve performance.
  • Develop and apply skills in a range of sports into a competitive situation and evaluate their performance (Sports to be added).

ASSESSMENT

Students will be assessed through exam questions and homework activities on methods and application of training.

HOMEWORK

Homework will consist of activities and exam questions on methods and application of training.

Term 3.1
  • Explain influences which affect the participation of people in physical activity.
  • Explain lifestyle factor which influence the participation of people in physical activity.
  • Develop and apply skills in a range of sports into a competitive situation and evaluate their performance (Sports to be added).

ASSESSMENT

Students will be assessed through exam questions and homework activities on influences that affects participation in sport.

HOMEWORK

Homework will consist of activities and exam questions on influences that affects participation in sport.

Term 3.2
  • Explain educational factors which influence the participation of people in physical activity.
  • Explain factors that affect provision in physical activity such as government, school and community.
  • Develop and apply skills in a range of sports into a competitive situation and evaluate their performance (Sports to be added).

ASSESSMENT

Students will be assessed through exam questions and homework activities on education and political factors that affect participation in physical activity.

HOMEWORK

Homework will consist of activities and exam questions on education and political factors that affect participation in physical activity.

Year 11 (Core)

Term Topics taught and learning outcomes
Term 1.1
  • Develop and demonstrate transferable key skills in a range of sporting contexts. Girls will develop transferable skills in basketball and rounders or exercise to music followed by trampolining and badminton or dance . Boys will develop knowledge in softball and trampolining followed by football and rugby.
  • Develop and demonstrate specific sporting skills and tactics. Girls and boys will develop and demonstrate skills and tactics in activities within their chosen pathway.
  • Understand the importance of a healthy and active lifestyle. Girls and boys will relate this to activities within their chosen pathway.

ASSESSMENT

Students will be assessed in activities within their chosen activity pathway. Assessment criteria will be: attendance, punctuality and organisation, learning behaviours, sport specific performance and understanding and transferable key skills throughout the year.

HOMEWORK

Students should take part in extra-curricular activities and lead a healthy active lifestyle.

Term 1.2
  • Develop and demonstrate transferable key skills in a range of sporting contexts. Girls will develop transferable skills in fitness and boot camp or dance leaders. Boys will develop knowledge in handball and table tennis.
  • Develop and demonstrate specific sporting skills and tactics. Girls and boys will develop and demonstrate skills and tactics in activities within their chosen pathway.
  • Understand the importance of a healthy and active lifestyle. Girls and boys will relate this to activities within their chosen pathway.

ASSESSMENT

Students will be assessed in activities within their chosen activity pathway. Assessment criteria will be: attendance, punctuality and organisation, learning behaviours, sport specific performance and understanding and transferable key skills throughout the year.

HOMEWORK

Students should take part in extra-curricular activities and lead a healthy active lifestyle.

Term 2.1
  • Develop and demonstrate transferable key skills in a range of sporting contexts. Girls will develop transferable skills in (sports to be added). Boys will develop knowledge in (sports to be added).
  • Develop and demonstrate specific sporting skills and tactics. Girls and boys will develop and demonstrate skills and tactics in activities within their chosen pathway.
  • Understand the importance of a healthy and active lifestyle. Girls and boys will relate this to activities within their chosen pathway.

ASSESSMENT

Students will be assessed in activities within their chosen activity pathway. Assessment criteria will be: attendance, punctuality and organisation, learning behaviours, sport specific performance and understanding and transferable key skills throughout the year.

HOMEWORK

Students should take part in extra-curricular activities and lead a healthy active lifestyle.

Term 2.2
  • Develop and demonstrate transferable key skills in a range of sporting contexts. Girls will develop transferable skills in (sports to be added). Boys will develop knowledge in (sports to be added).
  • Develop and demonstrate specific sporting skills and tactics. Girls and boys will develop and demonstrate skills and tactics in activities within their chosen pathway.
  • Understand the importance of a healthy and active lifestyle. Girls and boys will relate this to activities within their chosen pathway.

ASSESSMENT

Students will be assessed in activities within their chosen activity pathway. Assessment criteria will be: attendance, punctuality and organisation, learning behaviours, sport specific performance and understanding and transferable key skills throughout the year.

HOMEWORK

Students should take part in extra-curricular activities and lead a healthy active lifestyle.

Term 3.1
  • Develop and demonstrate transferable key skills in a range of sporting contexts. Girls will develop transferable skills in (sports to be added). Boys will develop knowledge in (sports to be added).
  • Develop and demonstrate specific sporting skills and tactics. Girls and boys will develop and demonstrate skills and tactics in activities within their chosen pathway.
  • Understand the importance of a healthy and active lifestyle. Girls and boys will relate this to activities within their chosen pathway.

ASSESSMENT

Students will be assessed in activities within their chosen activity pathway. Assessment criteria will be: attendance, punctuality and organisation, learning behaviours, sport specific performance and understanding and transferable key skills throughout the year.

HOMEWORK

Students should take part in extra-curricular activities and lead a healthy active lifestyle.

Term 3.2
  • Develop and demonstrate transferable key skills in a range of sporting contexts. Girls will develop transferable skills in (sports to be added). Boys will develop knowledge in (sports to be added).
  • Develop and demonstrate specific sporting skills and tactics. Girls and boys will develop and demonstrate skills and tactics in activities within their chosen pathway.
  • Understand the importance of a healthy and active lifestyle. Girls and boys will relate this to activities within their chosen pathway.

ASSESSMENT

Students will be assessed in activities within their chosen activity pathway. Assessment criteria will be: attendance, punctuality and organisation, learning behaviours, sport specific performance and understanding and transferable key skills throughout the year.

HOMEWORK

Students should take part in extra-curricular activities and lead a healthy active lifestyle.

Year 11 (GCSE)

Term Topics taught and learning outcomes
Term 1.1
  • Explain the energy continuum and training zones in relation to physical activity.
  • Describe and explain the structure and function of the muscular system as well as the long and short term effects.
  • Develop and apply skills in a range of sports into a competitive situation and evaluate their performance (Sports to be added).

ASSESSMENT

Students will be assessed through exam questions and homework activities on the energy continuum, training thresholds and the muscular system.

HOMEWORK

Homework will consist of activities and exam questions on the energy continuum, training thresholds and the muscular system.

Term 1.2
  • Describe and explain the structure and function of the respiratory system as well as the long and short term effects.
  • Describe and explain the structure and function of the skeletal system as well as the long and short term effects.
  • Develop and apply skills in a range of sports into a competitive situation and evaluate their performance (Sports to be added).

ASSESSMENT

Students will be assessed through exam questions and homework activities on the skeletal and respiratory systems.

HOMEWORK

Homework will consist of activities and exam questions on the skeletal and respiratory systems.

Term 2.1
  • Describe and explain the structure and function of the circulatory system as well as the long and short term effects.
  • Describe and explain the key components of a healthy, balanced lifestyle.
  • Develop and apply skills in a range of sports into a competitive situation and evaluate their performance (Sports to be added).

ASSESSMENT

Students will be assessed through exam questions and homework activities on the circulatory system and diet.

HOMEWORK

Homework will consist of activities and exam questions on the circulatory system and diet.

Term 2.2
  • Explain how to minimise risk and the variety of roles available within physical activity.
  • Describe and explain motivation and adherence as a means of achieving sustained involvement in physical activity.
  • Develop and apply skills in a range of sports into a competitive situation and evaluate their performance (Sports to be added).

ASSESSMENT

Students will be assessed through exam questions and homework activities on roles in sport and a healthy balanced lifestyle. Pupils will also participate in an externally moderated practical activity assessment.

HOMEWORK

Homework will consist of activities and exam questions on roles in sport and a healthy balanced lifestyle.

Term 3.1
  • Explain goal-setting in relation to lifestyle choices leading to healthy, active participation in physical activity.
  • Describe and explain the learning process in terms of skill, feedback, guidance, leadership and practice.
  • Describe and explain technological developments and their influence on creating involvement in physical activity.

ASSESSMENT

Students will be assessed through exam questions and homework activities on goal-settings, learning processes and technological developments.

HOMEWORK

Homework will consist of activities and exam questions on goal-settings, learning processes and technological developments.

Term 3.2

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