Meet the team:
Head of PE: Mrs Minto
Assistant Head of PE: Mr Pierce
Assistant Principal: Mr Ferguson
Head of Westminster: Mrs Mitchell
Head of Durham: Mr Rollason
Teacher of Dance and Drama: Mrs Townsley
Teacher of Dance and Drama: Miss Tominey
Teacher of PE: Miss Oldham (maternity leave)
Teacher of PE: Miss H Barrett (maternity cover)
Teacher of PE and Health & Social Care: Miss Morley
Key Stage 3
In Year 7, 8 and 9 students study:
BTEC Option 9s, 10s & 11s BTEC Level 2 First for Sport Level 2
BTEC Firsts are vocationally-related qualifications designed to develop learners’ knowledge and understanding through the application of learning and skills in a work-related context. BTEC Firsts are designed to allow learners to progress to other level 2 qualifications or apprenticeships, to junior roles in the industry they are learning about or level 3 qualifications.
The BTEC Firsts in Sport have been developed to give learners a stimulating and engaging introduction into the world of sport. Learners can gain knowledge, skills and understanding through practical participation and performance in a range of sports, exercise, and health-related fitness activities. This allows students to become familiar with the language, skills and processes required to work in the sport and leisure industry.
The BTEC philosophy of ‘learning through doing’ remains at the heart of this qualification. Learners are given the opportunity to gain a broad understanding and knowledge of skills in sport.
Unit 1: Fitness for Sport and Exercise
Unit 2: Practical Sports Performance
Unit 3: The Mind and Sports Performance
Unit 4: The Sports Performer in Action
Unit 5: Training for Personal Fitness
Unit 6: Leading Sports Activities
The knowledge students gain will be invaluable for those choosing to follow a Physical Education related career.
? Sports Manager
? Sports Medic
? Sport/Fitness instructor
? Sports Administrator
Students will also gain an knowledge and understanding that will enable them to lead a healthy life.
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