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Park Hall Academy

Park Hall Academy

Water Orton Road, Castle Bromwich, Birmingham. B36 9HF

Telephone:0121 748 0400

Fax:0121 748 0414

Contact:Mr Cox

Physical Education

Overview

Key Stage 3

Park Hall PE Philosophy

What we would like our learners to become

  • Knowledgeable about the fundamental skills so they can apply and adapt them to different activities to gain success and help other improve their performance.
  • Regular participators in a wide range of physical activity
  • Keen to lead a Healthy, Active lifestyle
  • Confident
  • Independent and reflective - aware of their personal competencies and areas for improvement
  • Competent in using key vocabulary in their discussion and analysis.

What we would like our learners to demonstrate

  • The ability to reflect on their progress, analysing their own strengths and weaknesses so they are aware of what they need to do to improve.
  • Leadership skills – being able communicate clearly using effective planning to lead other.
  • Resilience in their learning, showing determination to overcome difficult challenges. 

What we would like our learners to have

  • Pathways to clubs they can attend to enhance performance
  • Physical confidence so that all students feel able to participate outside of their PE lessons.
  • A positive understanding about Healthy, Active lifestyles
  • Confidence to take ownership of their learning and progress
  • Confidence to fail
  • Transferable skills
  • Increased leadership and social skills
  • New and exciting opportunities
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PE Curriculum
 

Year 7

Pupils will follow a rota of the following activities

Winter AUT1-SPR2 – Indoor athletics, Outdoor and Adventurous activities, Football, Netball, Gymnastics, Badminton and Health related fitness

Summer SUM1-SUM2 – Athletics, Rounder’s and Softball

 

Year 8

Pupils will follow a rota of the following activities

Winter AUT1-SPR2 – Indoor athletics, Outdoor and Adventurous activities, Football, Netball, Hockey, Gymnastics, Badminton and Health related fitness

Summer SUM1-SUM2 – Athletics, Rounder’s, Softball and Tennis

 

Year 9

Pupils will follow a rota of the following activities

Winter AUT1-SPR2 – Outdoor and Adventurous activities, Football, Netball, Hockey, Trampolining, Badminton, Table Tennis and Health related fitness

Summer SUM1-SUM2 – Athletics, Rounder’s, Softball and Tennis
 

Year 10

Pupils will follow a rota of the following activities

Winter AUT1-SPR2 – Outdoor and Adventurous activities, Football, Netball, Basketball, Trampolining, Badminton, Table Tennis and Health Related Fitness

Summer SUM1-SUM2 – Athletics, Rounder’s, Softball and Tennis
 

Year 11

Pupils will follow a rota of the following activities

Winter AUT1-SPR2 – Outdoor and Adventurous activities, Football, Netball, Basketball, Trampolining, Badminton, Table Tennis and Health Related Fitness

Summer SUM1-SUM2 – Athletics, Rounder’s, Softball and Tennis


PE

All students undertake a formal qualification in either  GCSE PE, BTEC Sport or NCFE Health and Fitness at Key Stage 4. This is to ensure that students are ready for the next phase of their development with an understanding of the importance of the practical application of health and fitness and how to apply that understanding to their own life.

 

Assessment in PE

Students will be assessed in 3 key areas Physical skills, life skills and thinking skills. The focus of this curriculum is for pupils to develop holistically with skills that are crucial for all aspects of their life.

 

Expectations of Park Hall pupils in PE

All students are expected to conduct themselves appropriately at all times. This will include:

  • Arriving to lessons on time with correct kit (regardless of injury or illness).
  • Changing quickly to maximise learning time. (no longer than 5 mins changing)
  • Listening to all instructions carefully
  • Following instructions to the best of their ability
  • When speaking to a teacher or peers speak politely and respectfully at all times
  • Approach all lessons with a positive attitude – ready to learn and encouraging the learning of others.
  • Respect the school environment and any equipment that they have borrowed
  • Students should behave in a responsible safe manner at all times and think before acting.
  • Jewellery should be removed before going to the lesson. Hair must be tied back – pupils are to provide their own hair ties and boys are no exception to this. 

 

 

 

 

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