PE and Sport: Teaching & Learning Resources
The course work allows students to enjoy a physical curriculum that is focused to give them a taste of sport as a lifestyle option beyond college life.
KS3, GCSE, A Level, BTEC, OCR Cambridge Nationals and more…
256 products available in the following categories:
- GCSE (9-1)
- All Boards
- A Level
- OCR (AS only)
- BTEC Firsts (Level 1-2)
- BTEC Nationals (L3)
- BTEC Tech Award (Level 1-2)
- BTEC Technicals (L2)
- OCR Cambridge Nationals (L1/2)
- Sports Studies
- Sport Science
Key Stage 3
Students are educated in the variety of sports available for both genders. Girls enjoy Netball, Hockey, Football, Rounders, and Tennis. Boys experience Football, Hockey, Rugby, Cricket and Tennis.
Key Stage 4
Course work is of GCSE Level and activities are expanded to Sports Centre Fitness, Trampoline, Volleyball, Dodgeball, Lacrosse and Girls Rugby and Softball.
Key Stage 5
Students experience A-Level and BTEC Sport Level 3 course materials and are exposed to various leadership opportunities.
Year 10 and 11 GCSE AQA and Edexcel
A large part of this course is the Theory of Physical Education, which is a very challenging and detailed course, and students are further exposed to the information they experienced in Key Stage 3. Key attention is given to physical activities and promoting a healthy lifestyle.
The practical evaluation is aimed at gauging the student’s skills in demonstrating core skills associated with a variety of sporting activities. Students have to choose 3 activities to be evaluated on and are benefited by their interest in Physical Education and the health benefits of keeping fit and active.
A-Level Physical Education
At this level, students enjoy a 2-year journey with course work that broadens their understanding of the concepts explored in Key Stage 4. This course is an organic progression from GSCE Physical Education and is a natural stepping stone to higher studies in Physical Education whilst still being a worthwhile course to complete on its own.
BTEC Level 3 Certificate in Sport
For students desiring a career in the Sports and Leisure sector. With practical modules, students are evaluated based on the theoretical content covered in the course work. The BTEC theoretical units are designed to support and encourage a deeper understanding of the practical content.