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  • Ecouraging Participation, Promoting Excellence

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Physical Education and Sport

The ethos of the PE department is to encourage participation and promote excellence.

We aim to provide the highest quality physical education and school for all students of all abilities.


Facilities

  • Extensive sports fields, on both campuses which provide areas for Football, Rugby, Hockey, Athletics, Cross Country, Cricket and Rounder's.

  • Two sports hall which accommodate sports to include: Basketball, Badminton, Volleyball, Gymnastics, Dance and Personal Fitness Training.

  • Tarmac courts with eight Tennis courts and six netball courts

  • Fitness suite with a range of equipment to suit different training requirements.


Curriculum

KEY STAGE 3 - CORE CURRICULUM

All students receive two hours of high quality physical education each week.

KEY STAGE 4 - CORE CURRICULUM

All students receive two hours of high quality physical education each week in year 10 and one hour in year 11.

ACTIVITIES TAUGHT INCLUDE:

Football, Rugby, Hockey, Netball, Basketball, Badminton, Volleyball, Handball, Cricket, Softball, Rounders, Athletics, Cross Country, Tennis, Gymnastics, Orienteering, Health Related Fitness, Boccia, Kurling

KEY STAGE 5

Our 1st Rugby XV, Football, Basketball and Netball teams compete in regular fixtures on Wednesday afternoons. Other sports facilities are available for use during this time on a recreational basis.


Examinations / Qualifications

GCSE PE (AQA)
BTEC level 2 First Award
Sports Leaders Level 1
} Key Stage 4
A level PE (AQA)
BTEC Sport & Fitness Level 3
} Key Stage 5

Extra-Curricular Provision

Activities and sports clubs take place at lunch time and after the Academy day, and are open to all students. There are opportunities to represent the Academy in the majority of activities taught within the curriculum. Students are also encouraged to represent their House in the Academy Inter House sports and subject competitions.