Spring 2

Pupils will develop their confidence in completing different physical challenges. They will focus on developing these through either Table Tennis or Badminton. Serving, forehand and backhand shots, scoring and game play will run throughout the topics. We will be looking at performance in different contexts, decision making, self-improvement and attitudes towards physical activity. 

How parents can get involved:

  • Ensure that your child maintains a healthy lifestyle by exercising regularly
  • Minimum of 30 minutes exercise per day
  • 2 days of exercise should be moderate to high intensity, so they should be getting out of breath, hot and sweaty from the activity.
  • Watch sport with them and discuss what you are watching

Spring 1

Pupils will develop their confidence in either Badminton or Handball. In Badminton they will develop their Smash technique, net shots and underarm service as well as their understanding of the game. In Handball students will learn how to jump shoot, defensive block and defensive positioning and basic tactics and strategies associated with game play.

How parents can get involved:

  • Ensure that your child maintains a healthy lifestyle by exercising regularly (minimum of 30 minutes exercise per day)
  • Exercise with your child, encourage them to walk to places where possible
  • 2 days of exercise should be moderate to high intensity, so they should be getting out of breath, hot and sweaty from the activity.
  • Watch sport with them and discuss what you are watching
  • Try a new sport or physical activity

Autumn 2

Pupils will develop their confidence in a range of sports this term which include Football, Basketball, Handball & Table Tennis. We want to ensure that the students experience a range of activities. Students have changed topics this half term. For those who were on Football they are now on Basketball. For those who were on Basketball they are now on Football. Table Tennis and Fitness will be completed whilst Year 11 mocks are ongoing for those students on Basketball. 

How parents can get involved:

  • Ensure that your child maintains a healthy lifestyle by exercising regularly (minimum of 30 minutes exercise per day)
  • Exercise with your child, encourage them to walk to places where possible
  • 2 days of exercise should be moderate to high intensity, so they shout be getting out of breath, hot and sweaty from the activity.
  • Watch sport with them and discuss what you are watching
  • Try a new sport or physical activity

Autumn 1

Pupils will develop their confidence in a range of sports this term which include Football, Basketball, Handball & Table Tennis.  

How parents can get involved:

  • Ensure that your child maintains a healthy lifestyle by exercising regularly (minimum of 30 minutes exercise per day)
  • Exercise with your child, encourage them to walk to places where possible
  • 2 days of exercise should be moderate to high intensity, so they should be getting out of breath, hot and sweaty from the activity.
  • Watch sport with them and discuss what you are watching
  • Try a new sport or physical activity