Physical Education

PE Reading List

Kit Guidelines

Overview

Physical education is a subject which is enjoyed by all students at Villiers High School. The P.E department aims to provide students with a broad and balanced curriculum that enables all students to develop their physical, moral and social wellbeing. Physical Education has many benefits and as a department we provide opportunities for students to use their communication, teamwork and leadership skills thus enabling young people to become all round better citizens within the community of Southall.  At Villiers students will learn about the theoretical and physical aspects of sport and physical activity to ensure that all students in P.E make progress. As a department we also feel that our enriched extra curriculum programme provides students with an opportunity to represent the school but to also follow a pathway in activities which they enjoy. We are involved in all of the local tournaments and have community links with a number of local sports clubs including London Tigers

Key Stage 3  

At Key stage 3 pupils are taught to develop the following skills:

·          To outwit their opponent in competitive and isolated practices

·         To demonstrate their understanding of the rules and regulations within in a game and how to apply technical and strategic tactics to outwit their opponents

·         In competitive situations to learn how to improvise their use of skills within the changes of the conditions

·     In their literacy levels and the use of key words and sports specific terminology

In Year 7 pupils study:

·         Football

·         Table Tennis

·         Cricket              

·         Hockey

·         Rugby

·         Volleyball                        

·         Softball              

·         Fitness

·         Basketball                       

·         Dance                             

·         Athletic

·         Gymnastics

·         Netball                             

·         Volleyball

 

In Year 8 pupils study:

·         Football

·         Table Tennis

·         Cricket              

·         Hockey

·         Rugby

·         Volleyball                        

·         Softball             

·         Fitness

·         Basketball                       

·         Dance                              

·         Athletics          

·         Gymnastics                     

·         Netball                             

·         Volleyball

 

In Year 9 pupils study:

The focus in year 9 students is to take a more in depth understanding of sport and P.E. In teaching elements of the G.C.S.E course during this year students are more able to make a conscious choice about selecting P.E as an option in Year 10.

·       Practical Performance within 4 sports and these are assessed as an individual and within a team

·         Theoretical Development of Sport and P.E

 

Study at Home for KS3

We have designed specific homework booklets which are aimed to support the learning from the lessons to home.

Key Stage 4

 

G.C.S.E AQA Physical Education (9-1).

 

For students who take G.C.S.E as one of their options in Key Stage 4 the focus is upon the development of physical literacy and the course is assessment is broken down into:

·         60% theory

·         10% coursework

·         30% practical

 

There is much more emphasis on how students are able to articulate sports specific terminology and to also apply this knowledge within a sporting context. The practical element of the course is performance based and so students should be aiming to play their sport to on a regular basis either at a local grassroots level up to a county standard. We also aim to challenge students who have not selected G.C.S.E P.E as one of their options by providing lessons which are engaging and enjoyable.

 

BTEC First Level 2 Sport and Exercise.

 

For students who study BTEC Firsts in Sport is the alternative option as this sport pathway is designed for learners with a generic interest in sport and the sports industry. It includes a range of units that allow learners to gain the skills required to develop their knowledge of sport and the sports industry. The core of the qualification allows learners to demonstrate the practical skills they have developed both in relation to fitness and fitness training (Unit 1: Fitness for Sport and Exercise) and as a sports performer and official in a team or an individual sport (Unit:2 Practical Sports Performance). In addition, Unit 14: Carrying Out a Sports-related Project, requires learners to develop skills in developing and planning a project from start to finish. Learners are required to review the project on completion, assessing the success of the project and their own contribution to the delivery of the project.

Key Stage 5 Sixth Form

 

As a department we offer 2 hours of enrichment physical education every week for students in the Sixth Form. We aim to encourage all students to participate in sport and exercise to improve their health and well-being. We offer a range of sporting activities to increase participation and levels of competition and as a results we have teams competing within the borough in Basketball, Football and Rugby.

 

Key Stage 5 Sixth Form Theory

 

Qualification: Sport and Exercise Science Subsidiary Diploma (single course), Diploma (double course) or Extended Diploma (triple course) BTEC Level 3

 

BTEC National Sport and Exercise Sciences is a subject that helps to prepare you for work in the sports industry or for higher education within the fields of sport science and sport. This course is fundamentally learner-centred approach to the curriculum, with a flexible, unit-based structure and knowledge applied in project-based assessments. They focus on the holistic development of the practical, interpersonal and thinking skills required to be able to succeed in employment and higher education.


Course Entry Requirements: C/5 in Maths GCSE and C/5 in Science GCSE and C/5 in English Language GCSE or C/5 in English Literature GCSE

What will I study?

·         Sport Psychology

·         Biomechanics

·         Physiology

·         Training and essential research methods and data analysis.

·       Learning is partly through university laboratory visits and vocational guest speakers.

These are academically demanding and applied courses suiting analytical students with a strong Science understanding. You must be a committed and independent learner with the personal management skills to meet coursework deadlines. Learning and assessment is varies to parallel workplace and university style demands, with some external examination and coursework assessment. You will receive excellent staff support for achieving excellent results, while enriching your study skills and personal development.

Sport isn't just about competing, it is about developing a knowledge of the impact sport can have on health, well-being and the human body.  Whilst studying Sport and Exercise Science BTEC you will learn a range of skills that will help you in your future career, for example, teamwork, resilience, competitive spirit, social, communication and analytical skills.

Sport and Exercise Science lends itself to a range of careers in sports and fitness as well as other industries, for example, nutritionist, physiotherapy and chiropractic practice. Some careers that you could consider doing with PE include: Sports science, PE teacher, Physiotherapist, Professional Sportsperson, Sports Coach/Consultant, Sports Policy Adviser at local and national level, Diet and fitness instructor and Personal trainers.

P.E Kit

 

Villiers High School Polo T – Shirt  (White)

Black Shorts – Black Tracksuit Bottoms

Trainers – Indoors

Boots – Outdoors

Villiers High Hooded Top (Black)