Our vision is to offer a differentiated programme of movement and sport which ensures that all students:

Key Stage 3

All students participate in at least two hours of PE every week in key stage 3.

Years 7 and 8 

Students participate in a spiral curriculum, building on skills and techniques each year throughout key stage 3.

Students are taught to:

Key Stage 4

All students participate in at least two hours of PE every week at key stage 4.

All students have the option to study the following courses: Sports Leaders and Dance Leaders. The leadership award is a nationally recognised qualification that teaches leadership skills such as organisation, planning, communication and teamwork through either dance or sporting activities.  Students can also opt to take GCSE Physical Education. 

GCSE Physical Education core units:

  • Unit 1: Fitness and body systems
  • Unit 2: Health and performance
  • Unit 3: Practical application

Assessment and Examinations (Edexcel)

  • Fitness and body systems (36% external assessment)
  • Health and performance (24% external examination)
  • Practical performance (30% controlled assessment)
  • Personal excercise programme (10% controlled assessment) 

Key Stage 5

For details of our Key Stage 5 curriculum, please see our Sixth Form prospectus.

Click here to download 6th Form Prospectus

Extra Curricular Opportunities

We offer a wide range of extra-curricular sports clubs and activities including:

  1. Curriculum
  2. Art
  3. Business Studies
  4. Citizenship and PSHE
  5. Computing
  6. Drama
  7. English
  8. Extended Project
  9. Geography
  10. Health and Social Care
  11. History
  12. Maths
  13. Media Studies
  14. Modern Foreign Languages
  15. Music
  16. PE
  17. Psychology
  18. Religious Studies
  19. Science
  20. Sociology
  21. Jack Petchy Awards
  22. Learning Support
  23. Extra-Curricular Activities
  24. Examinations and Assessments
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