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BTEC LEVEL 2 in SPORT

This course consists of both practical and theoretical components. It will enable the pupils to increase their knowledge as a performer but also as a referee and coach. In the theory aspects of the course pupils will gain further understanding of the body and factors that can affect sports performance.

  • The course is 75% coursework which is internally assessed
  • There is one electronic exam worth 25%
  • The structure of the course allows pupils to improve their grades through teacher feedback
  • The course focuses on teaching pupils how to become independent learners. This is a skill that will be a great benefit in Further and Higher Education
  • Pupils will also be given the chance to develop leadership skills through the teaching of peers and younger pupils. 

Overview

This course will provide the pupils with experience for a number of different employment pathways that they can take through the sports sector, such as:

  • PE Teacher
  • Fitness Instructor
  • Personal Trainer
  • Sports Coach
  • Leisure and Tourism

This course can also be studied at Higher Level Education with the A Level equivalent at a number of local schools. This also means it can be carried through to University for a degree in Sport.

Pupils will complete four units over the two year course.

Unit

Assessment

Fitness and Fitness Testing

Electronic Exam

Practical Sport

Assignments

Anatomy and Physiology for Sport

Assignments

Planning and Leading Sports Activities

Assignments

 

GCSE PE

This GCSE course comprises both practical and theoretical elements, enabling the pupil to become more knowledgeable in the subject and to help gain a better insight and understanding of what effects sporting performance. Pupils can be assessed in a number of different roles such as a Player/Performer, a Coach, a Referee/Umpire and as an Organiser in their chosen sports and therefore this subject can cater for the specialist as well as those interested in sport, but not necessarily proficient at any particular activity. 

Practical - 60% and Theory - 40%

KS3 PE

PHYSICAL EDUCATION PROGRAMME 2014 - 2015 – KEY STAGE 3

 

 

 

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

 

 

Sept - Oct

Nov - Dec

Jan - Feb

Feb - Mar

Apr - Jun

8 PE

DB

LM

HRF

BADMIN

GYM

BASKETBALL

TENNIS/S&F

8 Games

DB

RUGBY

FOOTBALL

RUGBY

HOCKEY

ATHLETICS

 

LM

NETBALL

HOCKEY

NETBALL

FOOTBALL

ATHLETICS

 

DW

HOCKEY

BASKETBALL

TAG RUGBY

BADMIN

ATHLETICS

 

9 PE

LM

GYM

HRF

B’BALL

BADMIN

TENNIS/S&F

9 Games

DB

RUGBY

FOOTBALL

RUGBY

HOCKEY

ATHLETICS

 

LM

NETBALL

HOCKEY

NETBALL

FOOTBALL

ATHLETICS

 

DW

HOCKEY

B’B/V-BALL

FOOTBALL

TAG RUGBY

ATHLETICS

 

10 PE

LM

B’BALL

GYM

BADMIN

HRF

TENNIS/S&F

10 Games

DB

RUGBY

FOOTBALL

RUGBY

FOOTBALL

ATHLETICS

 

LM

NETBALL

HOCKEY

NETBALL

FOOTBALL

ATHLETICS

 

DW

HOCKEY

B’B/V-BALL

FOOTBALL

TAG RUGBY

ATHLETICS