What will your child learn in PE in year 7?
  • The schemes of learning that year 7 will focus on throughout the year are:
    Students will participate in two activities per week.
    The activities will change on a termly basis
  • Boys will cover: Rugby, fitness, basketball, football, gymnastics, tennis, cricket, athletics, team building and softball.
  • Girls will cover: Netball, fitness, tag rugby, gymnastics, hockey, football, Tennis, Rounder’s, Cricket, athletics and orienteering.
How can you help your child?
  • Ensure that they always have their correct kit
  • Ensure that when they are ill/injured, they bring in a note and also their full kit.
  • Ask your child about the sports they are participating in and encourage them to talk about tactics and skills.
  • Encourage your child to attend extra-curricular sporting clubs and activities.
  • Encourage your child to be physically active outside of school hours.

 

How will Independent Study be organised?
  • IS will be set termly.
  • All IS will be accessible via Edmodo the school’s homework site.
  • Independent Study will be focused on the topic they will be studying that term.
How will your child be assessed in PE?
Unit 1: September – November
50{7d5876a23d8da0b76fc0eb33db0be064ebe9a6fb0ef237885397a6bdb4c3e288} practical performance

(Rugby/Netball)

50{7d5876a23d8da0b76fc0eb33db0be064ebe9a6fb0ef237885397a6bdb4c3e288} Theory

 – Socrative multiple choice test
 – Google classroom long answer question

Unit 2: November – February
50{7d5876a23d8da0b76fc0eb33db0be064ebe9a6fb0ef237885397a6bdb4c3e288} practical performance

(Football/Hockey)

50{7d5876a23d8da0b76fc0eb33db0be064ebe9a6fb0ef237885397a6bdb4c3e288} Theory

 – Socrative multiple choice test (20{7d5876a23d8da0b76fc0eb33db0be064ebe9a6fb0ef237885397a6bdb4c3e288} reteach of Unit 1 red topics)
 – Google classroom long answer question

Unit 3: February  May

50{7d5876a23d8da0b76fc0eb33db0be064ebe9a6fb0ef237885397a6bdb4c3e288} practical performance

(Table Tennis, Gymnastics, Badminton, Basketball)

50{7d5876a23d8da0b76fc0eb33db0be064ebe9a6fb0ef237885397a6bdb4c3e288} Theory

 – Socrative multiple choice test (40{7d5876a23d8da0b76fc0eb33db0be064ebe9a6fb0ef237885397a6bdb4c3e288} reteach of Unit 1 red topics)
 – Google classroom long answer question

Unit 4: May – July

50{7d5876a23d8da0b76fc0eb33db0be064ebe9a6fb0ef237885397a6bdb4c3e288} practical performance

(Rounders/Cricket and Athletics)

50{7d5876a23d8da0b76fc0eb33db0be064ebe9a6fb0ef237885397a6bdb4c3e288} Theory

 – Socrative multiple choice test (60{7d5876a23d8da0b76fc0eb33db0be064ebe9a6fb0ef237885397a6bdb4c3e288} reteach of Unit 1 red topics)
 – Google classroom long answer question

Theory: Students gain a {7d5876a23d8da0b76fc0eb33db0be064ebe9a6fb0ef237885397a6bdb4c3e288} from their multiple choice and long answer test performance. Overall theory marks cannot go down by more than 20{7d5876a23d8da0b76fc0eb33db0be064ebe9a6fb0ef237885397a6bdb4c3e288} from the last assessment point.

Practical: Students gain a {7d5876a23d8da0b76fc0eb33db0be064ebe9a6fb0ef237885397a6bdb4c3e288} based on GCSE grading criteria. A mean average of their top 3 activities contribute to the overall practical grade