Subject Vision and Intent

 

The aim of the Physical Education department is to allow pupils the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of physical activities and promote lifelong participation in sport and physical activity. Pupils cover a broad curriculum in KS3, developing skills and confidence in a range of sports including invasion games, gym, dance, fitness and outdoor adventurous activities. We aim to get Hodge Hill Girls pupils to improve their fitness and enjoy their time being active as well as supporting their mental and physical wellbeing.

 

Five Year Plan

 

Term

Year 7

Year 8

Year 9

Year 10

Year 11

Autumn Term 1  

Netball
Gymnastics
Fitness

Netball
Gymnastics
Fitness
Netball
Gymnastics
Fitness

Netball
Football
Fitness 

Netball
Football
Fitness 
Autumn Term 2 Netball
Gymnastics
Fitness
Netball
Gymnastics
Fitness
Netball
Gymnastics
Fitness
Netball
Football
Fitness 
Netball
Football
Fitness 
Spring Term 1 Basketball
Badminton
Fitness 
Basketball
Badminton
Fitness 
Basketball
Badminton
Fitness 
Basketball
Badminton
Basketball
Badminton
Spring Term 2 Football
Handball
Volleyball
Football
Handball
Volleyball
Football
Handball
Volleyball
Handball
Volleyball
Handball
Volleyball
Summer Term 1 Cricket
Rounders
Cricket
Rounders
Cricket
Rounders
Cricket
Rounders
Cricket
Rounders
Summer Term 2

Athletics
OAA/problem solving

Tennis

Athletics
OAA/problem solving

Tennis

Athletics
OAA/problem solving

Tennis

Athletics
OAA/problem solving

Tennis

Athletics
OAA/problem solving

Tennis

 

Key Stage 4

 

BTEC Tech Award Sport, Activity and Fitness

Exam Board

Edexcel

Examinations

BTEC Tech Award Sport, Activity and Fitness is assessed through the completion of three Component Units: 

  • Component 1: Understand the Body and the Supporting Technology for Sport and Activity- internally assessed (30%) in Year 10  
  • Component 3: Applying the Principles of Sport and Activity-internally assessed (30%) in Year 10 
Key Topics

Cardiorespiratory system

 

Musculoskeletal system

 

Physiological impacts on the body- short and long term

 

Common Basic sports injuries

 

Common Complex sports injuries

 

Causes for sporting injuries

 

Rehabilitation

 

Use of technology in rehabilitation

 

Different types of technology in sport and activity

 

Benefits and limitations of different types of technology for the performer, coach/manager and officials

 

Interpretating fitness data

 

Methods of Training (including advantages and disadvantages)