Selston High School 2019 Ofsted Report - Flipbook - Page 9
Staff Contact: Ms L Green
Students will be involved in two hours of compulsory PE a week. All students will take part in a variety of activities
such as invasion games, dance, gymnastics, net and wall games as well as strike and fielding and athletics.
There will be an opportunity for students to also gain a sports leadership award.
Assessment including terminal examinations and controlled assessments
Students will be assessed in all activities taught throughout the year and will be presented with an end of half term
level for all sports.
Students will also have the opportunity to peer assess and self-assess during lessons.
Examples of learning activities (e.g. offsite visits; group learning; research; use of ICT etc.)
There will be a number of opportunities for students to work in groups and complete group challenges and tasks
as part of their learning experience. ICT is used in many of the lessons as part of virtual learning.
Future progression (e.g. what courses might follow on in post-16 education)
Core PE supports all subjects in school. Allowing students a break from the classroom environment, this will mean
better concentration during the school day.
Possible future careers that this course supports:
Core PE can encourage students to be involved in an active, healthy lifestyle no matter what career pathway they
Skills, personal qualities or commitments required to take this course:
Students will learn skills such as leadership, teamwork, communication and practical skills in various sports.
Students will collaborate with one another in various roles such as performer, officiator and coach.
Physical Education can help develop confidence and self-esteem as we ensure all students excel in their own
individual areas of strength.