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Year 9 Physical Education


In Year 9 students follow a broad and balanced Curriculum aimed at developing students’ competence and confidence to take part in a range of physical activities that will hopefully become a central part of their lives, both in and out of school.

The school has a strong and successful tradition in Physical Education and Sport with individuals and teams regularly achieving success in District and County competitions. All students are expected to participate in PE lessons. There is an extensive programme of after-school sporting activities which change every half term to accommodate for all the activities that run. (See school website for more information)

In Year 9 students have one double lesson of PE

Double lessons:

September – April

Students can be taught in single or mixed gender groups, best suited to following a programme of study personalised for each group.

Students will be taught a combination from the following activities;

Creative (Sports Acro and Trampolining)

Competition (Rugby, Football, Basketball, Netball, Aussie Rules etc)

Net games (badminton and table tennis)

Alternative Fitness (Zumba, Just Dance etc)

 

  • As well as these pathways they all do a compulsory Fitness module combining theory and practical
  • After Easter they choose which Athletic discipline to follow (Running, Throwing, Jumping or all 3).
  • Summer term is a choice of Striking and Fielding activities (Cricket, Rounders, Softball).

Through PE lessons and extra-curricular activities, the school’s sporting aims are:

  • to develop each student’s physical potential
  • to develop physical fitness through a range of activities that exercise the whole body
  • to develop students’ understanding and knowledge of a wide range of sports
  • to develop an understanding of aesthetic movement and creative expression
  • to develop students’ social skills through fair play, coping with success and failure, appreciating the strengths and weaknesses of themselves and others, and working within group and team situations
  • to encourage students’ enjoyment of physical activities
  • to ensure that students appreciate the importance of their own and others’ safety through the correct use of technique, clothing, equipment and safety procedures
  • to encourage students to lead a healthy lifestyle by promoting opportunities for their involvement in physical activities outside the school.

House Sport

House competitions run throughout the year covering many of the sports offered in lessons. These activities will take place either Lunch time (12.40-1.20) or after school (3.30 – 4.30).  Students of all ability ranges are encouraged to take part.  The House Captains collect prizes and trophies in Rewards Assemblies.

How will my child be assessed and how will I know how well they are doing in PE in Year 9?

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What homework will my child be expected to do in Year 9 in PE?

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How can I support my child to do well in PE during Year 9?

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What equipment may my child need in addition to the standard school equipment?

  • A list of require PE Kit can be found here...

By the end of the year, what would an 'expert' be able to do in PE?

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My child is struggling during the course, what additional help is available to help them keep up?

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What work did students complete during the school closures that they may not fully understand?

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How will we support those students who were unable to work properly during the school closures and have gaps in their knowledge/understanding?

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Updated September 2021