“We believe that every child can enjoy and succeed in Physical Education; there are no limits to success”

We will achieve this through the following core values:

  • No Limits to success, everyone can achieve.
  • Excellence is a habit.
  • Together Everyone Achieves More.

The Health Faculty

Mr K. Taylor & Miss L. Whitehouse– Heads of Faculty
Miss A. Scott – Teacher of PE/Primary Co-ordinator
Mrs K. Joyce – Teacher of PE
Miss S. Allen – Teacher of PE/Primary Co-ordinator
Mr A. Taylor – Teacher of PE/Head of Year 8
Miss C. Robinson – Trainee teacher of PE
Mr A. Stephens – Trainee teacher of PE
Mr G. Hewitt – Student Link Coordinator

• Athletics
• Badminton
• Benchball
• Cricket
• Dance
• Fitness for sport
• Football
• Games from around the World
• Gymnastics
• Handball
• Netball
• Rounders
• Softball
• Trampolining


This course is divided into three components for assessment. The theory component is two end of course exams on all of the course content worth 60% of the overall mark. The practical component is worth 40% of the total mark and students are assessed in three different activities which make up this assessment. They are assessed purely as a performer in these activities. Due to the nature of the course students must be talented in PE, but must also be able to cope with the academic demands of the course.

  • Paper 1 – The human body and movement in physical activity and sport
  • 30 % towards total mark
  • 78 marks in total
  • -Applied anatomy and physiology
  • -Movement analysis
  • -Physical training
  • -Use of data
  • Paper 2 – Socio-cultural influences and well-being in physical activity and sport
  • 30% towards total mark
  • 78 marks in total
  • -Sports psychology
  • -Socio-cultural influences
  • -Health, fitness and well-being
  • -Use of data
  • Non-exam assessment – Practical performance in physical activity and sport
  • 40% towards total marks
  • 30% practical (Three selected sports)
  • Analysis and evaluation of performance 10%