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17/05/17

Huge congratulations to the Year 10 Boys Basketball team winning the competiton at the Copper Box! ! https://t.co/Kvhvu4qFJ7

17/05/17

Boys Relay Trophy https://t.co/juHqnpZ55f

17/05/17

Ange bringing home the 4x100m relay gold medal! https://t.co/2LsOXjgKi5

17/05/17

4x100 Boys Relay Team winners https://t.co/zhRSi5rbIK

17/05/17

Ange Boys Shot Put https://t.co/i2HEET3xqC

17/05/17

Alisha Girls 200m https://t.co/cjdOrbOXy7

17/05/17

Mike Boys 300m 2nd https://t.co/J8VbjzVhZ3

17/05/17

Kyle-Luke Boys Triple Jump https://t.co/vTKAFVQt9R

17/05/17

Obi Boys Discus 3rd https://t.co/K36EXQ4d0u

17/05/17

Iremide Boys Long Jump 3rd https://t.co/Dl1DQfDAKx

17/05/17

Memphis Boys High Jump 1st https://t.co/6bqK2LIzga

17/05/17

Nile – 80m Boys Hurdles 1st https://t.co/kGVHaIaA4Z

17/05/17

Year 7 Boys in action against Archbishop Tenison. Arfan demonstrating his power and determination. The boys won comfortably. https://t.co/Fq2Sons2DH

05/05/17

The Year 10 Girls closing the Step into Dance Competition. https://t.co/CnbXk2Ibhl

05/05/17

Russell, Tyrese and Donnell were on 🔥yesterday as the Y8 rugby team beat Archbishop Tennisons https://t.co/JnqiShj43P

05/05/17

The Year 10 girls ready for their step into dance competition! https://t.co/RoZyjPRR7S

05/05/17

Some of the Athletics squad enjoy a masterclass on Shot Putt from Mr Dwemoh. Getting prepared Federation. https://t.co/wG9eJnaawz

05/05/17

Yr 10 Sports Leaders were superb in achieving the Game Force Award by running a Basketball Tournament for 5 local Primary Schools https://t.co/jhCC4Yq7Pz

03/05/17

Info evening for our potential World Challengers! leading the talk and Ms. Denison sharing her experience of WC #45 https://t.co/vN0GGnyUtF

26/04/17

The good times keep on-rolling: two trophies in a week for the Year 9 Football Team https://t.co/Q1BRBil8PM

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For sports lovers and budding physiotherapists, future professional footballers or someone who is enthusiastic about health and fitness, this is the course for you! The PE GCSE at the Academy offers exciting opportunities to be involved in a range of physical activities from basketball to climbing, Trampolining to rugby, Athletics to football; all of which promote an active and healthy lifestyle.

Content of course

The course is split into 60% theory content and 40% practical.

The theory aspect of the course is assessed over 2 exams at the end of year 11 in May/June. A fitness and body systems paper which is 1hour 45minutes and worth 36%. This paper covers topics such as the muscular system, skeletal system, heart and lungs, basic biomechanics, Health and Fitness, components of fitness, long term effects of exercise and sports injuries.

The second exam is 1hour 15minutes and worth 24% of the qualification. This will cover topics such as Health and well-being, healthy lifestyles, diet & hydration, sports psychology, SMART targets, Feedback and mental preparation and socio-cultural topics such as participation rates, commercialisation of sport and ethical issues.

During the practical students will be assessed on their ability within three different activities. Each activity will be marked out of 35. 10 marks will come from skills and techniques in isolation/unopposed situations. The remaining 25 marks will come from their ability within competitive situations.

There are many different sports available for assessment. Examples of these are team activities such as Football, Basketball, Rugby, Handball, Dance, and Table Tennis. There are also several individual activities such as Athletics, Gymnastics, Rock Climbing and Badminton. Students will be assessed on 3 sports and cannot be assessed on 3 team activities or 3 individual activities.

Students will also be required to produce a Personal Exercise Programme (PEP). The PEP will cover a 6-8 week training period relating to one of their practical sports chosen. The aim of the PEP is for students to apply their knowledge of methods and principles of training, components of fitness and heart rate and training zones in a practical method. The PEP is worth 20marks which equates to 10% of their overall grade.

 

Future pathways

GCSE PE is the ideal preparation for the A level in PE, as well as for vocational qualifications such as BTEC’s in Sport and Exercise sciences.  The course develops not only your sporting /coaching/leading ability in a range of sports, but offers you a range of  transferable skills such as team work, leadership, independence and energy, all of which employers look for.  Typical jobs taken by people who study the PE GCSE are: physiotherapy, coaching, fitness instruction and personal training, teaching as well as being a professional athlete or in the Armed Forces.

 

Useful page links

Revision - Letts revision guides and Edexcel revision guides for PE are available at all bookshops and online.

Sam learning - There is an excellent array of practice questions and tasks relating to each of the units studied on the Sam Learning site. We also use for homework tasks and revision exercises.

http://qualifications.pearson.com/en/qualifications/edexcel-gcses/physical-education-2016.html