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Throughout a learner’s time within Physical Education (PE) they experience a wide range of learning activities that allow them to develop their physical skills and sporting knowledge. We aim to make every PE experience an enjoyable and active one, encouraging all learners of all abilities and ages to participate in physical activity inside and outside of the school. We also want to ensure that learners develop a number of interpersonal skills that we believe, contributes towards a happy and successful youngster.
Learning in Key Stage 3
Learners in KS3 explore a range of intriguing questions, throughout their two years, that encourages the development of the learner’s interpersonal and physical skills. Whilst doing so, learners have an opportunity to experience a vast array of sports, which include: Netball, Rugby, Football, Dance, Badminton, Gymnastics, Trampolining, Rounders, Parkour, Basketball, Athletics and Cricket.
During the learner’s time in PE, the learners explore the relationship between health and physical activity. Learners are also encouraged to pursue a range of sports through the extra-curricular clubs and school-club links that are provided to them.
Physical Education at GCSE 
At GCSE learners explore sport and physical activity in both a theoretical and practical perspective, both having an important role in determining the learner’s final grade.
The practical element of GCSE PE contributes towards 60% of the learner’s final grade. Learners are assessed in 4 sports either as a performer, coach or official. The choice of sports the learners have is vast, including sports such as Skiing, Boxing, Mountain Climbing and many more.
The theoretical element of GCSE PE contributes towards 40% of the learner’s final grade. The learners explore a number of topics such as: healthy active lifestyles; key influences that impact on physical activity; opportunity and pathways in sport; methods and principles of training; the cardiovascular, muscular, skeletal and respiratory system.
Progress is measured in line with the GCSE grading criteria throughout Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4. Progress is expected throughout the year as learners begin to transfer their physical skills across the range of sports, becoming more physically literate, as well as developing their appreciation and knowledge of sport.
Resources to Support Learning
Learners are encouraged to participate in a vast range of extra-curricular clubs that the Honywood PE department offers to refine and develop their skills as well as remain physical active throughout their time at Honywood. For GCSE theory support members of the PE team are always happy to help, additionally Mr. Downes is available to learners to book MLC.
As a subject team we pride ourselves on the fact that we work effectively as a team.
Mrs L BorrellaPE Teacher  [email protected]
Mr D BriggsPE Teacher [email protected]
Mrs F JonesSubject Leader for PE [email protected]
Mr J MunroDeputy Headteacher
Mr D Scott
Miss C Thomas
Acting Subject Responsibility in PE
PE Teacher
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Mrs S BaalhamSubject Responsibility in PE  [email protected]
Mr G WaltersPE Teacher [email protected]
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