Chilton Trinity School

Physical Education

Intent

  • The aim of the PE Curriculum is to create a broad and balanced curriculum that offers all students the opportunity to develop physically and mentally to improve health and wellbeing in a fun and engaging manner.
  • The student’s journey will encourage participation, skill development, knowledge enhancement, challenge and engage students leading to lifelong participation in sport, exercise and fitness.

Key Stage 3

Year 7/8

  • The focus in lesson (6-8 lessons per activity) will be based on building transferable knowledge and skills, physical and social, challenging students to work hard and engage in fun active sessions.
  • Extra-curricular activities offer a chance to develop further understanding and skill acquisition, competitive opportunities in interschool events and entry into the ‘talented performer’ routes for many sports.

Year 9

  • This program offers students a chance to refine and enhance performance in activities previously visited, progressing understanding and application of strategy as a performer, coach, official and all-round leadership skills.
  • Extra-curricular activities continue to provide fun, competitive opportunities with entry into Area, County and Club events.

Key Stage 4

Year 10/11

  • Core PE offers students a varied range of activities with the aim of developing confidence in managing their time, a positive mental and physical well-being for healthy active lifestyle.
  • The program also offers an opportunity to extend their own performance, understanding, leadership and personal fitness.

Examination/BTEC Sport Provision:

  • Our students can opt to follow an exam-based course where they will learn about and apply theories based on developing personal fitness, fitness testing and training, leadership in sport and the skills and structure of practical sports performance.

Extra Curricular

After School Clubs:

Hockey, Dodgeball, Football, Rugby, Basketball, Badminton, Handball, Rounders, Athletics, Cricket, Softball, Netball, Boccia and Golf.

Current Clubs:

Rugby, Girls Football, Hockey, Badminton, Dodgeball, Basketball.

 

Useful Links

Sport Leadership Assignment 1: Learning Aim A

 

BTEC Sport Level 2 - UNIT 6 - Sports Leadership - Assignment 1 - YouTube

Support Available

BTEC Sport Catch-Up:

Monday – Year 10/11

Focus on Sports Leadership and Practical sport

Friday – Year 10/11

Focus on Sports Leadership and Practical sport