CTEC Sport and Physical Activity

Introduction – why choose this subject?

We aim to inspire a career in PE by delivering an exciting and varied curriculum that appeals to a wide range of learners. The assessment for the course is almost fully theoretical apart from unit 2 where students plan and deliver a six-week PE Scheme of Work to an AHS PE group and are assessed on their delivery.

 

Students will establish transferable skills that will benefit them in a variety of future careers. They learn skills such as responding to different injuries with basic first aid techniques. Students are taught leadership styles that enable them to deliver practical sessions to large groups of students. Students will develop academic skills such as independent learning, time management, ability to think critically and extended writing skills. This qualification will help with applications to apprenticeships and university courses such as Physical Education, Sport Science, Physiotherapy and many more.

How the course is assessed

Sport is assessed 60% though coursework and 40% through exams

  • Unit 1 (exam) Body systems and the effects of physical activity
  • Unit 2 (coursework): Sports coaching and leadership
  • Unit 3 (exam): Sports organisation and development
  • Unit 17 (coursework): Sports injuries and rehabilitation
  • Unit 19 (coursework): Sport and exercise psychology

Equipment

  • 1 leaver arch file and dividers for exam units
  • Flashcards for exam units

Homework and learning outside the classroom

Clubs currently available to 6th form students;

  • Badminton
  • Table Tennis

KS3 PE

KS4 PE

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Allerton High School
King Lane, Leeds
West Yorkshire LS17 7AG
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