The Physical Education Department consists of passionate & specialist staff who strive to provide all students with positive experiences within PE. Staff have high standards and excellent relationships that both enthuse and motivate students to engage and achieve their full potential.

We aim to;

  • Provide outstanding teaching and learning for all pupils
  • Promote and develop the physical, social and moral well-being of pupils
  • Provide students the opportunity to pursue excellence in all their chosen sporting endeavours
  • Inspire students to participate in sport and maintain a healthy and active lifestyle beyond their schooling years.




We benefit from fantastic sporting facilities, which include;

  • Large Sportshall
  • Gymnasium
  • Fitness Room
  • Two activity studios
  • Extensive playing fields
  • 2 multi-use games areas
  • 3 Netball Courts
  • Long/triple jump sand pit



The department offers a wide-ranging extra-curricular programme before school (7:30am-8:15am) and after school (3:00pm-4:00pm). Pupils are encouraged to attend as many of these clubs as possible, whilst it is an expectation that GCSE students will be committed to a significant extra-curricular contribution.

Sports Extra Curricular Timetable




We also run various trips and sport tours, these include trips to international rugby matches, handball & basketball matches and biennial ski trips. This year we will also be running a combined sports tour to France for both netball and football.

Ski Trips:

2019 -????

2017 – Sunday River, Maine, USA

2015 – La Polsa, Trentino, Italy

2013 – Val di Sole, Trentino, Italy

Students may also wish to further enhance their sporting knowledge through examinable PE in KS4 below is an outline of the course;

GCSE Physical Education – AQA Specification        

What does the course consist of?

GCSE Physical Education is an exciting and diverse course that enables students to develop their skills as a performer within many sports.  It is a great opportunity for students with a passion and enthusiasm for physical education to develop their theoretical knowledge and understanding of sport and exercise.

The programme of study covers numerous practical activities allowing students to explore the benefits that both individual and teamwork can bring. Depending on the ability of the group, these could include; football, rugby, basketball, cricket, netball, trampolining, handball, athletics and more.

How you are assessed?

You will be assessed on both your practical and theory work. The amount of theory work required is quite demanding even though this is a practical subject.

Paper 1: The human body and movement in physical activity and sport

Paper 2: Socio-cultural influences and well-being in physical activity and sport

Paper 1: Practical performance in physical activity and sport

What’s assessed

  • Applied anatomy and physiology
  • Movement analysis
  • Physical training
  • Use of data

What’s assessed

  • Sports psychology
  • Socio-cultural influences
  • Health, fitness and well-being
  • Use of data

What’s assessed

  • Students are assessed as a performer in three different activities (30%)
  • Written/verbal analysis and evaluation of performance (10%)

Written exam:

1 hour 15 minutes

Total: 78 marks

30% of GCSE

Written exam:

1 hour 15 minutes

Total: 78 marks

30% of GCSE

How it’s assessed

Internal assessment, external moderation

Total: 100 marks

40% of GCSE


We do also offer a variety of different sport courses at KS5 for more details please view the Sixth Form curriculum 2016.

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