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Physical Education

Participation in Physical Education enables young people to learn through movement so that they develop, extend and refine their skills in a range of movement contexts. Physical Education should also help young people to develop positive attitudes towards participation in physical activities in their pursuit of a healthy lifestyle. Active, enjoyable and challenging learning experiences in this area aim to develop in young people:

  • positive attitudes to and enjoyment of physical activity;
  • an awareness of the positive impact of physical activity upon health and wellbeing;
  • positive relationships, sportsmanship, fair play and respect for differing capabilities.

Teaching Staff 
Miss L Williams       -           Head of P.E. Department
Mr T Jones               -           P.E. Teacher
Mr G Morgan            -           P.E. Teacher
Miss L Thomas        -          P.E. Teacher
Mrs C Vaughan              -          P.E. Teacher (covering maternity leave

Key Stage 3 covers Competitive Activities, Creative Activities, Health and Wellbeing and Outdoor and Adventurous Activities.  There are extensive extra-curricular clubs every week which are open to all pupils.

Key Stage 4 covers a variety of activities in compulsory P.E. lessons. GCSE P.E. pupils have 5 lessons per fortnight and cover theoretical and practical aspects including components of fitness, methods of training, participation and provision of sport and P.E. and other aspects of anatomy and physiology.