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Vision

We expect John Warner students to participate fully in physical education and sport. We want students to enjoy a full range of physical activities and sports, and we hope students achieve their full potential in physical education and sport. 

Disciplinary Concepts

  • The Faculty works to promote high standards of performance in sports and aesthetic activities.
  • Students undertaking examination courses are encouraged to strive for high academic achievement
  • We aim to provide opportunities for all our students to voluntarily participate in sport outside the compulsory curriculum.
  • We aim to develop a culture in which our students enjoy taking part and gain satisfaction from their achievements. 
  • We encourage students acquire skills and fitness habits for life that are carried with them when they leave.

Big Questions

  • Am I physically competent?
  • Am I physically active?
  • Am I a good decision maker?
  • Do I have a deep understanding of sport?
  • Am I a confident performer/participant?
  • Am I involved and engaged in sport?
  • Do I have a positive attitude to sport?
  • Do I respect the values of sport?
  • Do I have a healthy active lifestyle?

Curriculum Content

Key Stage 3 & 4 Core PE:

Year 7, 8 & 9 students follow a programme of core sports & optional sports

Year 10 & 11 students follow a pathway of sports, with all students having the opportunity to gain a leadership qualification when they finish year 11.

Key Stage 4 GCSE PE:

Topic 1: Applied anatomy and physiology

Topic 2: Movement analysis

Topic 3: Physical training

Topic 4: Use of data

Topic 5: Health, fitness and well-being

Topic 6: Sport psychology

Topic 7: Socio-cultural influences

Practical: Skills during individual and team activities

NEA: Planning, carrying out and evaluating a Personal Exercise Plan

Key Stage 4 OCR National:

Year 1 - R042 – Principles of Training (Coursework)

Year 2 - R041 – Sports Injuries Exam (Exam)

Year 2 – RO46 - Technology in Sport (Coursework)

Year 3 – RO44 – Sports Psychology (Coursework)

Key Stage 5 A Level PE:

Topic 1: Applied anatomy and physiology

Topic 2: Exercise physiology and applied movement analysis

Topic 3: Skill acquisition

Topic 4: Sport psychology

Topic 5: Sport and society

Practical: Skills performed in one physical activity as a player/performer

NEA: Analyse two components of a physical activity, implement, and evaluate a Performance Development Programme.

Key Stage 5 OCR Technical:

Year 1 – Unit 1 (Exam) – Anatomy & Physiology (Sept – Dec – Jan Exam) – Double Unit

Year 1 - Unit 3 – (Exam) – Sports Organisation & Development – Single Unit – Jan – April – May Exam.

Year 1 – Unit 8 – (Coursework) - Organising Sports Events – Single Unit – May – Nov

Moderators Visit 1 - Nov

Year 2 – Unit 2 (Coursework) - Sports Coaching – Double Unit – Sept – May – Single Unit

Year 2 – Unit 17 (Coursework) – Sports Injuries & Rehabilitation Sept - May – Single Unit

Moderators Visit 2 – May/June

Subject Documents Date  
Y7 CORE PE 31st Aug 2020 Download
Y8 CORE PE 31st Aug 2020 Download
Y9 CORE PE 31st Aug 2020 Download
Y10 CORE PE 31st Aug 2020 Download
Y11 CORE PE 31st Aug 2020 Download
Y10 GCSE PE 31st Aug 2020 Download
Y11 GCSE PE 31st Aug 2020 Download
Level 2 OCR Sport Curriculum Map 2020 31st Aug 2020 Download
A Level PE Curriculum Map Component 1 31st Aug 2020 Download
A Level PE Curriculum Map Component 2 31st Aug 2020 Download
A Level PE Curriculum Map Components 3 and 4 31st Aug 2020 Download
Level 3 OCR Sport Curriculum Map 31st Aug 2020 Download

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