Bow School

Physical Education

Physical Education

PE at Bow helps our students develop their physical, emotional and mental well being. It educates them on how to refine skills and techniques in a variety of sports but also challenges them mentally through problem solving. Dance challenges the physical, mental and emotional capabilities of students. Learn how to express various ideas, concepts and feelings through movement, and enjoy the experiments of putting theoretical knowledge to practice.

WHAT ARE THE BIG IDEAS IN pe?

Physical ME

 

Leadership ME

 

Tactical ME/Compositional ME

 

Theory ME

So students can learn and progress in new skills across all sports which will be beneficial for their health. They must apply all components of fitness and have good technique a wide variety of sports.

 

To create leaders with various skills and behaviours for the future who will contribute positively to modern society.

 

To allow students to plan, analyse, evaluate and adapt strategies and performances to produce and appreciate high level sporting performances.

 

So students are mindful of the make-up of the human body and how their choices can impact on a healthy, active lifestyle. 

 

 

HOW ARE THESE DEVELOPED?

 

Autumn

Spring

Summer

Year 7

-        Football

-        Touch rugby

-        Netball

-        Team building

-        Multi sports

-        Dance

-        Trampolining

-        Fitness

-        Football

-        Touch rugby

-        Netball

-        Basketball

-        Team building

-        Multi sports

-        Dance

-        Table Tennis

-        Trampolining

-        Fitness

-        Cricket

-        Rounders

-        Softball

-        Badminton

-        Table Tennis

-        Dance

-        Trampolining

-        Fitness

-        Athletics

Year 8

-        Football

-        Touch rugby

-        Netball

-        Team building

-        Multi sports

-        Dance

-        Trampolining

-        Fitness

-        Football

-        Touch rugby

-        Netball

-        Basketball

-        Team building

-        Multi sports

-        Dance

-        Table Tennis

-        Trampolining

-        Fitness

-        Cricket

-        Rounders

-        Softball

-        Badminton

-        Table Tennis

-        Dance

-        Trampolining

-        Fitness

-        Athletics

Year 9

-        Football

-        Touch rugby

-        Netball

-        Team building

-        Multi sports

-        Dance

-        Trampolining

-        Fitness

-        Football

-        Touch rugby

-        Netball

-        Basketball

-        Team building

-        Multi sports

-        Dance

-        Table Tennis

-        Trampolining

-        Fitness

-        Cricket

-        Rounders

-        Softball

-        Badminton

-        Table Tennis

-        Dance

-        Trampolining

-        Fitness

-        Athletics

Year 10

Core PE (Sport Education) Students are given various roles in their PE lessons. These include: Team Captain – Coach

Stats Keeper – records and inform team/teacher of individual/team statistics

Manager – equipment manager & sets up field/court

Referee – Is acquainted with rules and etiquette of the sport/activity being played and fulfils this role.

Player – participating member of team.

Scorekeeper

Pathways of either Invasion Games, individual or aesthetic sporting pathways are selected by students in order to be independent learners and achieve the needs and engagement of all of our students. 

BTEC Sport- Tech Award 2022

Component 1: Learning outcome A: Explore types and provision of sport and physical activity for different types of participant.

Learning outcome B: Examine equipment and technology required for participants to use when taking part in sport and physical activity.

Learning outcome C: Be able to prepare participants to take part in sport and physical activity.

 

 

GCSE Dance- Features of production, including: • staging/set • lighting • properties• costume • aural settings

Core PE (Sport Education) Students are given various roles in their PE lessons. These include: Team Captain – Coach

Stats Keeper – records and inform team/teacher of individual/team statistics

Manager – equipment manager & sets up field/court

Referee – Is acquainted with rules and etiquette of the sport/activity being played and fulfils this role.

Player – participating member of team.

Scorekeeper

Pathways of either Invasion Games, individual or aesthetic sporting pathways are selected by students in order to be independent learners and achieve the needs and engagement of all of our students. 

BTEC Sport- Tech Award 2022

Learning outcome C: Be able to prepare participants to take part in sport and physical activity.

 

GCSE Dance- Features of production, including: • staging/set • lighting • properties• costume • aural settings

Core PE (Sport Education) Students are given various roles in their PE lessons. These include: Team Captain – Coach

Stats Keeper – records and inform team/teacher of individual/team statistics

Manager – equipment manager & sets up field/court

Referee – Is acquainted with rules and etiquette of the sport/activity being played and fulfils this role.

Player – participating member of team.

Scorekeeper

Pathways of either Invasion Games, individual or aesthetic sporting pathways are selected by students in order to be independent learners and achieve the needs and engagement of all of our students. 

BTEC Sport- Tech Award 2022

Component 2: Learning outcome A: Understand how different components of fitness are used in different physical activities.

Learning outcome B: Be able to participate in sport and understand the roles and responsibilities of officials.

Learning outcome C: Demonstrate ways to improve participants sporting techniques.

 

GCSE Dance- Features of production, including: • staging/set • lighting • properties• costume • aural settings

Year 11

Core PE (Sport Education) Students are given various roles in their PE lessons. These include: Team Captain – Coach

Stats Keeper – records and inform team/teacher of individual/team statistics

Manager – equipment manager & sets up field/court

Referee – Is acquainted with rules and etiquette of the sport/activity being played and fulfils this role.

Player – participating member of team.

Scorekeeper

Pathways of either Invasion Games, individual or aesthetic sporting pathways are selected by students in order to be independent learners and achieve the needs and engagement of all of our students. 

BTEC Sport (2018 Old Specification)

Unit 5-Theory ME

Body systems including CV, Respiratory and energy systems

GCSE Dance- Anthology work revisit with practice questions (section C of component 2).

Practical: Material used from set phrases to create duo/ trio performance for component 1 of GCSE exam.

Core PE (Sport Education) Students are given various roles in their PE lessons. These include: Team Captain – Coach

Stats Keeper – records and inform team/teacher of individual/team statistics

Manager – equipment manager & sets up field/court

Referee – Is acquainted with rules and etiquette of the sport/activity being played and fulfils this role.

Player – participating member of team.

Scorekeeper

Pathways of either Invasion Games, individual or aesthetic sporting pathways are selected by students in order to be independent learners and achieve the needs and engagement of all of our students.

BTEC Sport (2018 Old Specification)

Unit 3 Fitness programme.

Planning a programme, Fitness Tests, Knowing the systems and effects of exercise, completing the programme

GCSE Dance-

Theory:

Programme note introduction to support choreography.

Anthology work revisit with practice questions (section C of component 2).

Practical:

Solo/ Group Choreography

Introduction to

choreography stimulus

questions / requirements

selection & research process in choreography

structuring/ music selection

Creating original motifs

Core PE (Sport Education) Students are given various roles in their PE lessons. These include: Team Captain – Coach

Stats Keeper – records and inform team/teacher of individual/team statistics

Manager – equipment manager & sets up field/court

Referee – Is acquainted with rules and etiquette of the sport/activity being played and fulfils this role.

Player – participating member of team.

Scorekeeper

Pathways of either Invasion Games, individual or aesthetic sporting pathways are selected by students in order to be independent learners and achieve the needs and engagement of all of our students.

BTEC Sport: BTEC Sport (2018 Old Specification)

Completion of Unit 3 and revision for Unit 1 online exam

GCSE Dance-

Theory:

Anthology work revisit with practice questions (section C of component 2).

Practical:

Record Solo/ Group Choreographies.

 

Opportunity to re-take set phrases learnt in YR 10 if necessary.

 

 

WHAT TOPICS ARE USED TO EXPLORE THESE IDEAS?

 

Physical ME

Leadership ME

Tactical/Compositional ME

Theory ME

In Year 7

Fundamentals of running, catching, kicking and throwing

 

Effectively communicating and leading a warmup

Making tactical decisions during sports

 

 

Components of fitness

In year 8

Refining and adapt physical skills and applying to all sports 

Enforcing rules and regulations in different sports with teacher guidance

Making advanced tactical and strategic decisions

 

 

 

 

Muscles and bones in relation to sporting movement

In year 9

Mastering all skills from  7 & 8

Scoring and recording results of a tournament

Explaining tactical decision making to team members. Giving clear concise feedback on performances on how to improve.

 

 

Relationships between methods of training and long term effects of exercise

In year 10

Core PE- Playing 6 different sports of their choosing of a pathway e.g., Football/Netball/Basketball for invasion. Badminton, Fitness, Table Tennis for Individual. Dance, Gymnastics, Fitness for aesthetics. They will apply all components of fitness in these sports/physical activities.

Core PE- Leading small warmups and drills with at least 6-8 students per leader.

 

Core PE- Leaders give tactics for students in game play for invasion. In the individual/aesthetics pathway students use their own tactics/compositional ideas to improve on their performances.

 

Core PE-Understanding the body systems via teaching and peer learning and being able to verbalise this to other students.

In year 11

Streamlining the pathway to 3 main sports in each term on their pathway e.g., Football/Netball/Basketball for invasion. Badminton, Fitness, Table Tennis for Individual. Dance, Gymnastics, Fitness for aesthetics.

 

Core PE-Leading larger groups of 10-15 students with less teacher influence and more independent lessons.

 

Core PE-Tactics can be swapped at any time dependent on sport. Compositional performances should now be perfected based knowledge from Year 7-10.

 

Core PE- Being able to explicitly describe the bones, muscles and parts of the heart as well as components of fitness and their functions in all lessons.

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Dance

HOW ARE THE big ideas DEVELOPED?

 

Physical ME

Leadership ME

Tactical and Compositional ME

Theory ME

Y10

Dance

Practical performances for GCSE Dance chorography, solos/duets and trios

Leading small group practices and warms ups for exams/performances to be filmed.

Applying tactics in games in practical sports/fitness programme to gain higher marks. Completing session plans. Applying feedback from teacher and video feedback in order to improve grades/compositional performances.

Dance –Applying theoretical knowledge in the 6 professional works in Dance and choreography

Y11

TEC Sport/GCSE Dance

As with Year 10 for GCSE Dance. For BTEC they have a fitness programme to complete in the Gym.

 

–As with Year 10 but expected to be independently led with larger groups.

BTEC Sport/GCSE Dance- As with Year 10.

 

GCSE Dance- Dance the same as with Year 10.

Sports BTEC

HOW ARE THE BIG IDEAS DEVELOPED?

 

Physical ME

Leadership ME

Tactical and Compositional ME

Theory ME

Y10

Component 1: Leading a warm up and taking part in physical activities    

Leading small group practices and warms ups for exams/performances to be filmed.

Applying tactics in games in practical sports/fitness programme to gain higher marks. Completing warm up session plans. Applying feedback from teacher and video feedback in order to improve grades/compositional performances.

BTEC Sport- Roles and responsibilities applied to their coursework assignments.  Learning to analyse professional works in Dance through their language learned in KS3.

Y11

BTEC Sport/GCSE Dance

As with Year 10 for GCSE Dance. For BTEC they have a fitness programme to complete in the Gym.

 

–As with Year 10 but expected to be independently led with larger groups.

BTEC Sport/GCSE Dance- As with Year 10.

 

BTEC Sport they use all knowledge from Unit 5 from body systems and then in Unit 3 is synoptic so the whole course to apply the theory for their assignments.