Our PE curriculum intent is to provide all students the inclusive opportunity to develop their physical, social, mental, and emotional well-being. Students are provided with the skills and knowledge to live a lifelong healthy, active lifestyle and become a well-rounded member of their community. Demonstrating a passion for sport across a variety of roles will provide students with the transferable confidence and character to develop as individuals, and a member of future teams in the wider world.
Key Skills and Dispositions:
Healthy Lifestyle: Developing the physical, mental, social and emotional well-being for lifelong participation in physical activity.
Physical Literacy: Developing the motivation, confidence, physical competence, knowledge and understanding for lifelong participation in physical activity.
Passion to Participate: Developing the desire to participate in a range of roles in sport encouraging lifelong passion for sport.
Sportsmanship: Developing sportsmanship to enhance ability to become well-rounded members of the community and wider world.
Key Stage 3 Overview:
Students develop an understanding for all 4 strands of health and strive to develop a complete state of health and well-being.
Students learn physical, social and thinking skills through sport specific activities (modified to be age and stage appropriate). They are also developing leadership skills and are able to articulate the benefits of regular exercise.
Students take on a variety of roles within lessons, nurtured and supported to develop in all areas of sport besides just performing. They demonstrate analytical thinking beyond participation as an athlete.
Students can promote inclusion in Sport, understand fairplay and respect the decisions made by others. Their attitude is positive, constructive and supportive of each other. They can identify what they value.
Key Stage 4 Overview:
Students make decisions on their own lifestyle and how to ensure longevity. This is via high levels of activity during Core PE and/or attaining Health & fitness expertise through qualifications.
Students learn to make informed decisions about the kind of purposeful physical activities they want to engage in, on a regular basis and actively evaluate their life habits and patterns, with respect to participation in purposeful physical activities, from an informed position.
Students learn to make informed decisions about the kind of role they would like to do in sport. They begin to take ownership of others learning and demonstrate skills which will support future career paths. They will all feel a sense of purpose when participating.
Students can select and justify what they value, they can recognise and empathise with others attitudes. They can role model correct attitudes to others.