Pysical Education Department


We are currently reviewing our curriculum and new details will be published shortly.

The Physical Education Department aims to develop pupil competence and confidence to take part in a range of physical activities that become an essential part of their lives, both in and out of school.

Our high quality P.E. curriculum enables all pupils to enjoy and succeed in many kinds of physical activity. They develop a wide range of skills and the ability to use tactics, strategies and compositional ideas to perform successfully. There is a well established system of regular assessments and all pupils are set regular targets in order to achieve their full potential.

The department also offers an extensive extra-curricular programme where students are given the opportunity to enhance and extend their experiences further.

Physical Education Curriculum

Learning Programmes

All students in Key Stage 3 will be issued with a new A4 exercise book each Learning Programme (Term). This clearly outlines week-by-week the curriculum content both in class and at home. There are 3 Learning Programmes in total LP1 (September to Christmas) LP2 (January to Easter) LP3 (Easter to July).

Drama, Music and PE are working with Learning Journals throughout Key Stage 3.

All students in Key Stage 4 will be issued with a new A4 exercise book each Learning Programme (Term) or Unit (Relating to the Qualification being studied).

There are no Learning Programmes for Key Stage 5 subjects. The Curriculum Overview for each course can be found in the Year 12 and Year 13 tabs.

All Learning Programmes will be displayed on the first page of all exercise books. Each Learning Programme can found in the separate tab for each Year Group.

Department Attachments

What independent learning looks like in A Level PE