Physical Education

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Teachers Name:

Miss S Hughes

Edge Hill &

John Moores University

BSc (Hons) in Sports Studies and PGCE PE (Part Masters) QTS

Resources

AQA PE

HEALTHY LIFESTYLE

Changes4Life – NHS

 PE CURRICULUM

Key Stage 3

Key Stage 4

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PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Department Mission statement

The aim of the PE Department at MIHSG is to empower the students with the knowledge, values, skills and personal qualities to be confident and keen to take part in sport and physical activities. The Department offers a vast array of sporting opportunities for all of our students. We believe that PE is unique in its ability to develop the ‘whole’ person. We value high quality PE lessons and the extended curriculum opportunities where our students’ relationships, social development, fun and health are enhanced and promoted. We also firmly believe that competitive sport and ‘opportunities for ALL’ is an important part of school life.

Key Stage 3:

Pupils take part in a number of different activities including Netball, Football, Basketball, Fitness, Boxing, Athletics, Dodgeball, Rounders, Tennis, Cricket and many more. They all learn how to work as a team and independently, how to improve their communication skills, leadership skills and the lessons help to increase self-esteem and confidence.

All pupils learn how to take a warm up correctly, why regular physical activity and a healthy and balanced diet is important and the benefits that they have. They are able to self and peer assess at the end of a unit of work.

Year 7 and 8 have 2 PE lessons a week and Year 9 have 1 PE lesson a week.

Key Stage 4:        

GCSE PE Non GSCE PE
60% Practical Assessment- pupils have to choose 4 sporting activities and they have to be assessed on being a:-performer-official/umpire-organiser

The pupils participate in the same activities that they do in KS3

40% Theory Examination- pupils have to compete an exam on numerous topics including; Health and Diet, First Aid, History of Sport, Muscles/Bones, Why activity is important and many more

Pupils have 3 lessons a week for GCSE PE

Pupils undertake the same activities as in KS3 but their skills and understanding of the rules of the games is developed even further. The pupils will lead full PE sessions and be able to think tactically in all activities.Pupils are encouraged to have a healthy and balanced diet and to take part in sport outside of school in their spare time.

Year 10 and 11 both have 2 PE lessons a week

Extra curricular activities or opportunities for KS5:

Daily Lunch Time Activities- Sports team practice, badminton, volleyball and basketball.

After-School Sessions- are twice a week from 4-4:45pm and includes team practice, fun sports and matches against other schools.

Outstanding achievements:

To be the first all girl’s Muslim school in the North West to introduce GCSE PE in September 2012 with a cohort of 27 pupils!

Manchester Islamic Educational Trust Ltd. Hartley Hall, Alexandra Road South Whalley Range Manchester M16 8NH

KD Grammar School for Boys
Hartley Hall
Alexandra Road South
Manchester
M16 8NH


Manchester Muslim Prep School
551 Wilmslow Rd
Manchester
M20 4BA

Manchester Islamic High School for Girls,
55 High Lane, Chorlton, Manchester, M21 9FA