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Physical & Performance studies

PE is a popular subject at Campion. Our PE curriculum follows the National Curriculum and offers students a wide range of activity areas within games, gymnastics, dance and athletics. Students receive a variety of indoor and outdoor lessons. We have a wide range of facilities including an astroturf pitch and a large sports hall. Campion offers a variety of extra curricular activities and runs teams in many of these with after school matches against other schools. Extra curricular clubs run at lunchtimes and also after school until 4.45pm.

Extra Curricular Clubs and Activities

Lunchtime Clubs for all team sports including netball, hockey, rugby, football, and dodgeball.

We also offer after school clubs which are open to students of any ability. Shown below is a list of the clubs that run during the Autumn and Spring terms:

Monday - hockey club, and rugby club. Tuesday - football club Wednesday - netball club Thursday - trampolining club and Olympic Sports Club.

The Olympic sports club gives students the opportunity to try out different sports including Taekwondo, judo, basketball, dodgeball and handball amongst others. These are run by our PE teachers and outside instructors.

We also offer lots of opportunities for students to develop their leadership and volunteering both in school and in the community. Students can log their hours on the nationally recognised Step Into Sport Passport.

KS3: What will students learn?

A variety of sports and activities with slight differences between the curriculum for boys and girls and including: Hockey, netball, rugby, football, basketball, badminton, cross country, dance, gymnastics, FUNS, athletics, rounders, cricket and tennis.

KS3: Assessment

Students are assessed at the end of each block of work and at the end of the teaching of each sport or activity. There is a combination of teacher assessment, self assessment and peer assessment. Students’ national curriculum levels, effort and behaviour are also assessed at regular intervals.

KS4: What will students learn?

Students choose from a variety of activities and follow courses for 8 weeks. Students can opt to follow courses in GCSE PE. If they follow the 3 year GCSE then they will also follow a Sports Leaders level 1 course.

KS4: Assessment and Qualification

GCSE PE and Sports Leadership are external qualifications and are assessed externally with some internal moderation. Students’ effort and behaviour is assessed in core PE.


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