Curriculum Vision and Implementation
“We aim to create the very best experience for all ability levels within Physical Education in order that pupils realise their performance potential and engage in lifelong participation.”
Highest academic expectations
Students move onto sports related degree courses at leading national and international universities.
Succeed in their chosen pathway
University, A level or GCSE sports and health related courses or even onto careers in professional sport. Athlete, coach, instructor, management , data analyst.
Ambition and preparation for life beyond education
Students are challenged physically, emotionally, mentally and socially in classrooms and sporting arenas.
Individual responsibility and respect
Respect everyone and everything within the academic classroom or the sporting specific environment whether to each other, the opposition or the officiating authorities.
Academically challenging, ambitious and stimulating curriculum
Teaching is adapted to help students understand and be able to synthesise the most challenging aspects of sport, physical activity and physical education.
A modern education
Contemporary examples, media, sports, and up to date evidence based research is used to ensure the curriculum is fit for the students of todays and tomorrows world.
Develop strength of character and resilience
Perseverance and finding solutions to overcome physical, mental, social and emotional problems in PE, PA and school sport.
Extra curricular diet and personal development opportunities
Rugby, football, hockey, cross country, tennis, golf, mountain biking, yoga, fencing, cricket, athletics., weightlifting, table tennis and coaching opportunities.
Aspects of nutrition, training, history of sport and how it has shaped society and how society shapes sport are all covered throughout the curriculum as well as links to sports universities, careers and extracurricular opportunities—Rugby tours, Ski trips.
Personal and professional excellence and realising potential
HPL is promoted within lessons to ensure all students understand that everyone can achieve in physical education. Respect everyone and everything in sport.
Success and achievement
Performing physically in class and within extracurricular opportunities and in representing the school. Sports ties for different magnitudes of achievement, House pts and inter-house sporting competitions.
True to subjects core content and concepts
The curriculum aims to benefit all pupils physically, socially, emotionally and mentally through physical activity, physical education and school sport.
Skills to flourish in the modern world
PE works on what is important now in order that students are prepared for their future.
Future leaders with courage and integrity
Captains, coaches and leadership roles are maximised and developed in all lessons and extracurricular opportunities.