key stage 4 pe

Core PE is not formally assessedPE

GCSE PE is assessed throughout the course

5 Ways to support your child

Ensure they have clean PE kit on the correct days (including socks, shorts, polo shirt, rugby shirt, appropriate footwear, including football boots)

GCSE PE students should be supported to complete and submit homework on time.

Encourage your child to join after school activities and practise outside of school.

Expect your child to demonstrate resilience when participating in physical activity.

Please communicate all injuries with your child’s teacher, via a note in their planner.

Year 9 Overview

Pupils to participate in the following activities Netball, Football, Rugby, Trampolining, Fitness, Basketball, Volleyball, Badminton, Athletics, Rounders and cricket

Year 10 overview

As above in most cases, with a specialist group who can choose to participate in the Junior Sport leader award to gain a nationally recognised award

Year 11 overview

More  recreational to equip them with the skill for life long participation of physical activitiy, Badminton, Basketball, Dodgeball, Trampoliniing,, volleyball and Football

Examination Dates 


Personal Exercise plan – at the end of Year 10

Analysis of performance January of Year 11

Practical performance moderation completed Spring term of year 11

Written paper – Summer term Year 11


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