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Kingswood Secondary Academy

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Curriculum End Points

Year 7;

Pupils learn and practice skills, techniques and rules for Team/Individual games

  • Football, Basketball Netball, Rugby, Rounders, Cricket, Badminton, Tennis
  • Trampolining, Fitness and athletics. 
  • OAA is taught through Competition at the end of units and with the visits from outside providers Desert Rats.  
  • Training  Methods taught in Games units = Continuous training 
  • Fartlek 
  • Theoretical content and fitness knowledge taught through fitness units is: Tests for each 
  • Speed test 30  sprint, Muscular Endurance (1 min sit up and plank) 
  • Cardio Vascular – (Bleep or 12 min run). How to test take heart rate and expectation of 60 BPM. What is Circuit Training – SETS REPS –structure /overload by type/intensity 
  • Broad jump. 

Year 8;

Pupils learn and practice skills, techniques and rules for Team/Individual games 

  • Football, Basketball, Netball, Rugby, Rounders, Cricket, Table tennis, Tennis 
  • Trampolining, Fitness and athletics. 
  • OAA is taught through Competition at the end of units an with the visits from outside providers Desert Rats 
  • Interval training as part of athletics 
  • Theoretical content and fitness knowledge taught through fitness units:  
  • Circuit training variations super sets/pyramids 
  • Weight training – resistance 
  • Energy Balance - Diet – burning off calories in certain food e.g Kit Kat Challenge  
  • Tests 
  • Illinois Agility  
  • Muscular strength 
  • Flexibility 
  • Fitness testing normative data

Year 9;

Pupils learn and demonstrate tactics and leadership for Team/Individual games 

  • Football, Basketball, Netball, Rugby, Handball, Rounders/Softball, Cricket, Badminton or Table tennis, Tennis, Fitness and athletics. 
  • Specific Circuits is taught in Games lessons - SAQ 
  • Theoretical content and fitness knowledge taught through fitness units: 
  • Target HR training zones 
  • Aerobic/Anaerobic 
  • Antagonistic pairs 
  • Muscle groups – names  
  • Quad/Hamstring 
  • Bicep/Tricep 
  • Abdominals/Latisimuss Dorsi 
  • Gastrocnemius 
  • Principles of Training 
  • Progression – Overload Specificity Reversibility time 

GCSE /CNAT students follow the exam board spec which includes GCSE: 

1. Applied anatomy and physiology  

2. Movement analysis  

3. Physical training 

CNAT  

Fitness and Training

Year 10;

Pupils perform/umpire a similar variety of activities but with more personalisation e.g Pupils are allocated a venue and then choose activities for the whole term of half a term. This can involve more social games ie Kin ball, Boxercise, Bench ball with emphasis on Fitness, enjoyment and leading themselves.  

Theoretical content and fitness knowledge taught through fitness units: 

Pupils plan PEP for themselves of clients applying the knowledge learnt in KS3 

GCSE and CNAT students follow exam board specs which includes:

GCSE

1. Physical training  

2. Use of data  

3. Sports psychology  

4. Socio-cultural influences  

NEA Analysis and evaluation coursework 

CNAT  

Sports Injuries - Exam  

Sport Psychology/Sports Technology

Year 11;

Pupils perform/umpire in a similar variety of activities but with more personalisation as per Year 10 for one lesson a week. For one lesson a week pupils select an activity from a much wider offer – including offsite or guest instructors if timetabling allows. 

Theoretical content and fitness knowledge taught through fitness units: 

Pupils plan PEP for themselves of clients applying the knowledge learnt in KS3  

GCSE and CNAT students follow exam board specs which includes: 

1. Health, fitness and wellbeing 

2. Exam practice 

3. Revision – revisit and retrieve 

4. Practical assessment – including offsite. 

Year 12;

Pupils follow the OCR A’Level PE Specification as well as the Sports Leaders Level 2 qualification. This theoretical content includes : 

  • Applied anatomy and physiology 

  • Biomechanics 

  • Skill acquisition 

  • Sport and society 

Through performance or coaching 

  • Evaluation and Analysis of Performance for Improvement (EAPI) 

Year 13;

Pupils follow the OCR A’Level PE Specification as well as the Sports Leaders Level 3 qualification. This theoretical content includes: 

  • Exercise physiology 

  • Sports psychology 

  • Contemporary issues in physical activity and sport 

Through performance or coaching 

  • Evaluation and Analysis of Performance for Improvement (EAPI)