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Physical Education 2019-20

To view the boys' sports fixtures  for Spring 2019-20 please click HERE

To view the girls' sports fixtures for Spring 2019 please click HERE

To view Extra Curricular for this half term please click HERE


Statements of Intent:

Our aim at Wyedean is to ensure that all our students regardless of their ability on entry, have the opportunity to experience a wide-range of activities and experiences in the hope that they continue to lead a Healthy Active Lifestyle beyond their time at the school.


Key Stage 3

Both boys and girls will take part in a range of sporting activities throughout the year.
All students will take part in a variety of activities in the following areas:

Assessment in these above activities will have a focus on 'behaviour', 'doing' and 'thinking'.

Key Stage 4

At Key stage 4 skills and tactics are built upon from the Key stage 3 programme, students are expected to work more independently, the curriculum widens to such activities as volleyball, coach education and fitness activities including Kettle bells and personal fitness programmes. The content of the GCSE Physical Education specification is designed to enable students to enjoy and understand the benefits of living a healthy and active lifestyle. The course consists of 1 Written Paper - 1 hour 30 mins = 40% of final grade. The Active Participant Controlled Practical Assessment = 60% of final grade. Four assessments from at least two groups/ways of thinking: at least two as player/performer.

BTEC Sport Transition Work


Skeletal System Workbook

Muscular System Workbook

BTEC Revision Unit-2 A

Key Stage 5

The A Level PE specification takes a multi-disciplinary approach, encouraging the development of different methods of enquiry drawn from a wide range of disciplines, with the focal point being the performer and the performance. The specification is based on the interaction between the theory and practise of Physical Education. BTEC Sport The BTEC National in Sport enables you to develop your understanding of the essential skills and knowledge needed when looking to build a career in sport. The course provides you with the training in areas which are key to the study of sports performance and provides a foundation for starting professional work, or progressing to further study.


Extra Curricular

The PE department run many teams across the different year groups, from rugby and netball team to equestrian and girls' cricket. The department also run several sports tours to varying place across Britain and Europe. The training for these clubs is usually run at lunchtimes and after school. All teams compete in friendly, local, regional or national competitions with many students reaching district, county and national honours in a range of sports.

The boys' extra-curricular programme will consist of: Rugby, Football, Basketball, Badminton, Athletics, Tennis, Cricket and a variety of fitness activities.

The girls' extra-curricular programme will consist of: Netball, Hockey, Basketball, Badminton, Athletics, Tennis, Cricket, Rounders, Gymnastics and a variety of fitness activities.