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KS3 Girls

KEY COURSE INFORMATION

Physical Education is an essential aspect of all students’ education. All students receive two hours of high quality PE every week. We supplement lesson activities with a range of extra-curricular clubs and representative opportunities. Students experience a wide and varied curriculum culminating in Yr 8 when they have the opportunity to select their own option activities providing ownership on their own learning. Extra-curricular clubs run every night and normally have a representative team selected from them.
 

Year 7
   
Autumn 1



 
Badminton.

Fitness.

 
  • Description of a range of shots. Link shot to outwit opponents. Explain the rules for singles and doubles badminton.
  • Demonstrate wide range of training methods and the effect on the body. Implement training methods safely. Be able to analyse and improve own and others performance.
Autumn 2



 
Netball.


Gymnastics.
 
  • To understand how spreading out is an effective advantage. Can create space by using a variety of dodging techniques. Understands a variety of positions.
  • Create movement linked to music. Use body to demonstrate a variety of shapes. To able to hold body weight.
Spring 1



 
Table Tennis.

Basketball.

 
  • To successfully apply the skills learnt in a game situation. Have a good knowledge and understanding of the rules govern the game.
  • Perform a range of skills; dribbling, shooting & passing. Demonstrate consistent judgements to outwit opponents. Understand the rules.
Spring 2




 
Dance.


Trampolining.

 
  • Perform a range of dance styles. Know and apply dance key terms when choreographing. Be able to analyse and improve own and others performance.
  • To successfully apply the skills learnt to perform a routine aesthetically using good body tension. Understanding health and safety points.
Summer 1



 
Rounders.

Athletics.

 
  • Demonstrate techniques for throwing, catching and bowling. Know the rules of the game. Consistently hit the ball.
  • Perform a range of track and field events. Be able to analyse and improve own and others performance. Demonstrate and evaluate technique.
Summer 2



 
Softball.


Tennis.
 
  • To successfully apply the skills learnt in a game situation. Have a good knowledge and understanding of the rules that govern the game.
  • Gain knowledge of the fundamental elements of tennis. Gain knowledge of the rules and regulations that govern a game.
Year 8
   
Autumn 1



 
Badminton.

Fitness.

 
  • Description of a range of shots. Link shot to outwit opponents. Explain the rules for singles and doubles badminton.
  • Demonstrate wide range of training methods and the effect on the body. Implement training methods safely. Be able to analyse and improve own and others performance.
Autumn 2



 
Netball.


Gymnastics.
 
  • To understand how spreading out is an effective advantage. Can create space by using a variety of dodging techniques. Understands a variety of positions.
  • Create movement linked to music. Use body to demonstrate a variety of shapes. To able to hold body weight.
Spring 1



 
Table Tennis.

Basketball.

 
  • To successfully apply the skills learnt in a game situation. Have a good knowledge and understanding of the rules govern the game.
  • Perform a range of skills; dribbling, shooting & passing. Demonstrate consistent judgements to outwit opponents. Understand the rules.
Spring 2




 
Dance.


Trampolining.

 
  • Perform a range of dance styles. Know and apply dance key terms when choreographing. Be able to analyse and improve own and others performance.
  • To successfully apply the skills learnt to perform a routine aesthetically using good body tension. Understanding health and safety points.
Summer 1



 
Rounders.

Athletics.

 
  • Demonstrate techniques for throwing, catching and bowling. Know the rules of the game. Consistently hit the ball.
  • Perform a range of track and field events. Be able to analyse and improve own and others performance. Demonstrate and evaluate technique.
Summer 2



 
Softball.


Tennis.
 
  • To successfully apply the skills learnt in a game situation. Have a good knowledge and understanding of the rules that govern the game.
  • Gain knowledge of the fundamental elements of tennis. Gain knowledge of the rules and regulations that govern a game.