curriculum

Health and Well-being

PE (KS3)

How many lessons will i Have?

Learners at KS3 will have four PE lessons over two weeks. The lessons will take place both indoors and outdoors depending on the activity.

Lessons are taught by

Mr. Morris

Miss Deane

Mr. Rowlands

Miss Mackenzie-Chadwick

What topics/activities will I be involved in? 

There are a range of sports/activities that you will be involved in, all of them are aimed at developing your physical skills/literacy and your understanding of health and well-being.

Examples of activities are:

Football, netball, badminton, gynmnastics, dance, orienteering, problem solving, rugby, health and fitness, traversing, dodgeball, athletics, cricket, rounders and ‘sports education’.

 What skills will I need?

Listening, communication, creativity, teamwork, confidence, thinking skills

 What equipment will I need?

You will need your PE kit.

For further information, please contact Mr D Morris

PE (KS4)

How many lessons will I have?

Learners at KS4 will have two PE lessons over two weeks. The lessons will take place both indoors and outdoors depending on the activity.

What topics/activities will I be involved in?

There are a range of sports/activities that you will be involved in, all of them are aimed at developing your physical skills/literacy and your understanding of health and well-being.

There is a greater emphasis on developing individual pathways through sport and activities to develop a positive attitude to life-long participation.

Examples of activities are:

Football, netball, badminton, table-tennis, basketball, gynmnastics, problem solving, rugby, health and fitness activities, dodgeball, athletics, cricket, softball and rounders.

What skills will I need?

Listening, communication, creativity, teamwork, confidence, thinking skills, independance

What equipment will I need?

You will need your PE kit.

For further information, please contact Mr D Morris

 

Health & Well-Being (KS3)

How many lessons will I have?

One lesson timetabled a week.

What topics will I learn?

  • Mental Health and Wellbeing
  • Diet and Nutrition
  • Physical Literacy

Learners will also have access to a qualification called ‘Agored Cyrmru’. Throughout KS3 they will complete topics of work that will gain them credits towards a qualification. If all topics and booklets to match are completed (internally and externally verified) by the end of KS3 learners will gain two qualifications which are the equivalent to 2 GCSE B grades.

Topics include:

  • Exercise as part of a healthy lifestyle
  • Introduction to a healthy lifestyle
  • Mental Health and Wellbeing
  • Preparing Healthy Meals
  • Anti-bullying awareness
  • Child poverty in Wales
  • Understanding Relationships
  • Understanding Substance Misuse
  • Understanding effects of alcohol

What skills will I need?

Listening, Writing, Teamwork, Communication Skills, Focus, Creativity, Confidence

What equipment will I need?

Pen, Pencil, Ruler

 

Food and Nutrition (KS4 )

How many lessons will I have?

5 lessons a fortnight

What topics will I learn?

You will cover topics under the following headings:

  • Food commodities
  • Principles of Nutrition
  • Diet and good health
  • The science of food
  • Where food comes from
  • Cooking and food preparation

What skills will I need?

  • Communication – listening and speaking
  • Practical making skills
  • Numeracy – weighing and measuring
  • Problem solving
  • Literacy

What equipment will I need?

  • Practical food ingredients
  • Writing equipment
  • Access to IT

 

 GCSE PE 

HOW MANY LESSONS WILL I HAVE

Learners at KS3 will have four PE lessons over two weeks. The lessons will take place both indoors and outdoors depending on the activity.

WHAT TOPICS WILL I LEARN?

You will be assessed through an examination at the end of year 11, a piece of coursework and 3 practical sports.

Your piece of coursework will be to design an 8 week fitness programme aimed at improving your performance in your main sport.

There are a large number of sports you can choose from for assessment, and we will only cover some of these in school.

Theory  – Practical

Health and fitness  – Netball

How we train our bodies – Football

Muscular-skeletal system (Muscles and bones) – Gymnastics

Cardiovascular and cardio-respiratory system (Heart and lungs) –  Badminton

The effects of exercise on our bodies – Rounders

Movement analysis – Other sports will be tailored to the needs of the class for example:

Sports psychology – Rugby

 Participation  -Volleyball

WHAT SKILLS WILL I NEED?

● You will need to already participate in 2 sports outside of school

● Determination

● Analytical thinking

● Teamwork

● Communication

● Confidence participating with peers (mixed genders)

● Physical literacy – the ability to participate practically in a range of activities

WHAT EQUIPMENT WILL I NEED?

Full PE kit (either GCSE kit, or regular school kit), pen, access to digital resources, glue, highlighters.

For further information please contact Mrs L MacKenzie-Chadwick.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ASDAN

HOW MANY LESSONS WILL I HAVE

Learners at KS4 will have five lessons per fortnight, these could be based in a computer room or a classroom.

What topics will I learn?

● Healthy Living

● Food Safety in the Home and Community

● Making the Most of Leisure Time

● Healthy Eating

Preparation for Work

● Parenting Awareness

● Managing my own Money

● Identity and Diversity

● Community Action

● Environmental Awareness

WHAT SKILLS WILL I NEED?

Listening and communication skills

● Teamwork

● Independence and responsibility for own learning and coursework

● Literacy and numeracy skills

WHAT EQUIPMENT WILL I NEED?

Black pen, pencil, pc login and a folder.

 For any further information, please contact Miss L Weale

 

KS4 HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE & CHILDCARE

HOW MANT LESSONS WILL I HAVE?

5 lessons a fortnight

WHAT TOPICS WILL I LEARN?

You will cover topics under the following headings:

  • Human growth and development across the life cycle
  • Physical, intellectual, emotional and social health
  • Active participation in health
  • Early intervention and prevention of a range of conditions and circumstances
  • Health promotion
  • Factors affecting health and well being across the life cycle

WHAT SKILLS WILL I NEED?

  • Communication – listening and speaking
  • Literacy

WHAT EEQUIPMENT WILL I NEED?

  • Writing equipment
  • Access to IT

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