Physical Education at Baines School will help students to develop the skills, knowledge and competence to live a healthy and active lifestyle at school and in the future. We aim to begin, support and continue a pathway into sport and exercise through an enthusing, inspiring curricula, extra-curricular and school community club links programme. Whether the student’s passion is in Invasion Games, Net- wall games, Striking and Fielding games, Athletics, Gymnastics or Dance, they can learn transferable, cognitive and social skills which they can apply in a variety of conditioned and competitive situations. This can help lead to improved physical, mental and social health whilst exposing young people to a future hobby, interest or career. We encourage our students to approach all physical activity with a positive attitude and an open mind. We guide students to independently develop their skillset and explore different ways to utilise these skills. We develop teamwork, co-operation, communication, creativity and leadership, and students learn to cope with physical and mental challenges through their Physical Education experiences at Baines School.
Names of staff, role & contact details
|Term 1||Term 2||Term3|
|Year 7 Boys||Rugby/Badminton||Gymnastics/Football||Cricket/Athletics/Tennis|
|Year 7 Girls||Gymnastics/Netball||Trampolining/Hockey||Rounders/Athletics|
|Year 9 Boys Individual||Badminton/Orienteering||Trampolining/Weight Training||Tennis/Athletics/Golf|
|Year 9 Girls Individual||Aerobics/Dance||Yoga/Gymnastics||Badminton/Rounders/Trampolining|
|Year 9 Boys Team||Handball/Rugby||HRE/Football||Cricket/Tennis/Orienteering|
|Year 9 Girls Team||Football/Netball||Hockey/Badminton||Volleyball/Rounders/Athletics|
|Year 10 GCSE||Applied anatomy and physiology||Movement analysis||Physical training/ Performance analyisis/Assessment|
|Year 10 BTEC in Sport, Activity & Fitness||The principles of training, nutrition and psychology for sport and activity||Understanding the body and the supporting technology for sport activity|
|Year 11 GCSE||Sports psychology||Socio-cultural influences||Health, fitness and wellbeing|
|Year 11 BTEC in Sport, Activity & Fitness||Understanding the body and the supporting technology for sport activity||Applying the principles of sporting activity|
Some of the content in these schemes of learning may differ during the academic year 2020-2021 as departments prioritise skills and knowledge from the extended period of remote learning from March to July 2019-2020 and plan for periods of remote learning during this academic year.
How and when is my child assessed?
The PE department assess pupils in Key Stage 3 after every activity (half term) following the Lancashire Assessment model. Over the course of an academic year we assess the pupils acquiring and developing skills and selecting and applying skills as well as their knowledge and understanding of health and fitness and evaluating and improving their own and others performances.
|Name of course(s) offered||Exam Board||Link to Spec||Nature of assessment|
|GCSE PE||AQA||http://www.aqa.org.uk/subjects/physical-education/gcse/physical-education-8582||60% Theory - 2 exams|
|30% Practical - 3 activities|
|10% Performance Analysis Assessment|
|BTEC Award in Sport, Activity and Fitness||Pearson||https://qualifications.pearson.com/en/qualifications/btec-tech-awards/sport-activity-and-fitness.html||60% Interanlly assessed coursework|
|40% Externally assessed exam|
- Collaborative learning
- Personalised learning
- Developing metacognition
- Modelling & Scaffolding
- Retrieval practice
- Dual coding
As well as this there is additional revision classes for Year 11 students.