PE

The vision of the Bradford Academy Sport, Leisure and Recreation Department is to offer learners the opportunity to build upon existing skills, knowledge and understanding in a supportive environment. The curriculum we provide offers a broad range of activities that not only aim to increase sporting ability but also offers learners the opportunity to develop their CLIPS and PLT Skills in a practical way. Combining these two broad areas our ultimate aim is to ensure learners leave school equipped with the confidence, knowledge and skills to be lifelong participants in an active lifestyle.

Term 1
Key Learning Objectives Every learner undertakes a new activity each half term, which throughout the academic year focuses on the following strands.

1. Coping and Performing Skills/Techniques

2. Rules, Scoring and Tactics

3. Evaluation

4. Health and Fitness

5. Leadership

Key Activities / Homework Boys – Hockey & Rugby, Girls – Tennis & Gymnastics
Assessments For each activity learners will be given two assessment grades, one will always be from the copy and performing strand and one other, these are kept on a departmental spread sheet so the following two things can happen. We can use this data to give activity specific targets next time that learner participates in that activity making the target setting process more accurate and realistic.

The grades for the year can be averaged out to give a true reflection of their ability across this broad subject, again making the grading system more accurate and progressive.

Suggest reading & support materials Listed below is some suggested reading that will help learners to build the surrounding theoretical knowledge required to participate in sport and PE. However, the key suggestion for this part of the curriculum would be to engage in sport, outside of lessons, whether it is in external clubs or engaging in our own extensive list of extended curriculum activities.

http://www.brianmac.co.uk/index.htm http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/

The Sports Rules Book: Essential Rules for 47 Sports; Human Kinetics

 

Term 2
Key Learning Objectives Every learner undertakes a new activity each half term, which throughout the academic year focuses on the following strands. 1. Coping and Performing Skills/Techniques 2. Rules, Scoring and Tactics 3. Evaluation 4. Health and Fitness 5. Leadership
Key Activities / Homework Boys – Football & Gymnastics, Girls – Hockey & Netball
Assessments For each activity learners will be given 2 assessment grades, one will always be from the copy and performing strand and 1 other, these are kept on a departmental spread sheet so the following two things can happen: • We can use this data to give activity specific targets next time that learner participates in that activity making the target setting process more accurate and realistic. • The grades for the year can be averaged out to give a true reflection of their ability across this broad subject, again making the grading system more accurate and progressive. Assessments – for further information and guidance of the assessment methods used in SLR, please click on the following link.
Suggest reading & support materials Listed below is some suggested reading that will help learners to build the surrounding theoretical knowledge required to participate in sport and PE. However, the key suggestion for this part of the curriculum would be to engage in sport, outside of lessons, whether it is in external clubs or engaging in our own extensive list of extended curriculum activities. •http://www.brianmac.co.uk/index.htm

•http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/

The Sports Rules Book: Essential Rules for 47 Sports; Human Kinetics”

 

Term 3
Key Learning Objectives Every learner undertakes a new activity each half term, which throughout the academic year focuses on the following strands. 1. Coping and Performing Skills/Techniques 2. Rules, Scoring and Tactics 3. Evaluation 4. Health and Fitness 5. Leadership
Key Activities / Homework Term 3

Key Learning Objectives

Every learner undertakes a new activity each half term, which throughout the academic year focuses on the following strands.

1. Coping and Performing Skills/Techniques

2. Rules, Scoring and Tactics

3. Evaluation

4. Health and Fitness

5. Leadership

Boys – Rounders, Athletics & Tennis

Girls – Rounders & Athletics

Assessments

For each activity learners will be given two assessment grades, one will always be from the copy and performing strand and one other, these are kept on a departmental spread sheet so the following two things can happen:

We can use this data to give activity specific targets next time that learner participates in that activity making the target setting process more accurate and realistic.

The grades for the year can be averaged out to give a true reflection of their ability across this broad subject, again making the grading system more accurate and progressive.

Assessments For each activity learners will be given 2 assessment grades, one will always be from the copy and performing strand and 1 other, these are kept on a departmental spread sheet so the following two things can happen: • We can use this data to give activity specific targets next time that learner participates in that activity making the target setting process more accurate and realistic. • The grades for the year can be averaged out to give a true reflection of their ability across this broad subject, again making the grading system more accurate and progressive. Assessments – for further information and guidance of the assessment methods used in SLR, please click on the following link.
Suggest reading & support materials Listed below is some suggested reading that will help learners to build the surrounding theoretical knowledge required to participate in sport and PE. However, the key suggestion for this part of the curriculum would be to engage in sport, outside of lessons, whether it is in external clubs or engaging in our own extensive list of extended curriculum activities.

http://www.brianmac.co.uk/index.htm

•ttp://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/

The Sports Rules Book: Essential Rules for 47 Sports; Human Kinetics”