Through the process of health promotion, students can become stronger as individuals. They are encouraged to work with others to improve their social, emotional, and physical environment.

Students’ involvement in health promotion fosters their resilience by developing in them:

  • a sense of shared responsibility
  • a sense of connectedness and belonging
  • a sense of self-efficacy (the feeling that they are capable of succeeding in a learning task)
  • a belief that they can make a difference and bring about change

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Year 7

Learning Journeys
Y7 Fitness LJ
Y7 Football LJ
Y7 Netball LJ
Y7 Table Tennis LJ
Yr 7 Rugby LJ

Knowledge Organisers
Fitness
Football
Netball
Rugby
Table Tennis

Year 8
Learning Journeys
Y8 Football LJ
Y8 Netball LJ
Y8 Table Tennis LJ
Yr 8 Rugby LJ

Knowledge Organisers
Fitness
Football
Netball
Rugby
Table Tennis

Year 9
Learning Journeys
Y9 Football LJ
Y9 Netball LJ
Y9 Table Tennis LJ
Y9 Rugby LJ

Knowledge Organisers
Fitness
Football
Netball
Rugby
Table Tennis

Key Stage 4 (Core PE)

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Year 10
Learning Journeys
Y10 Fitness LJ
Y10 Football LJ
Y10 Netball LJ
Y10 Table Tennis LJ

Year 11
Learning Journeys
Y11 Fitness LJ
Y11 Football LJ
Y11 Netball LJ
Y11 Table Tennis LJ

GCSE PE
GCSE PE Curriculum Plan
Learning Journeys
Component 1
Component 1 LJ
1.1 Learning Journey
1.2 Learning Journey
1.3 1.4 Learning Journey
2.1 2.2 Learning Journey
3.1 3.2 3.3 Learning Journey
3.4 3.5 Learning Journey
3.6 4.1 Learning Journey

Component 2
Component 2 LJ
1.1 Learning Journey
1.2 Learning Journey
1.3 Learning Journey
2.1 2.2 Learning Journey
2.3 2.4 Learning Journey
3.1 3.2 3.3 Learning Journey

Knowledge Organisers
Component 1
Aerobic & Anaerobic
Cardiovascular System
Health, Fitness & Components
Long Term Effects of Exercise
Movement Analysis
Muscular System
Optimising Training & Injury Prevention
Performance Enhancing Drugs
Principles & Methods of Training
Respiratory System
Warm Ups & Cool Downs

Component 2
Classification of Skills
Commercialisation, Media & Sport
Consequences of a Sedentary Lifestyle
Energy Use, Diet, Nutrition & Hydration
Engagement Patterns of Different Social Groups
Ethical & Socio-Cultural Issues
Feedback
Goal Setting & SMART
Guidance
Mental Rehearsal
Physical, Emotional & Social Health, Fitness & Well-Being
Practice Structures
Use of Data

Contact:
Mr. D Campbell
dcampbell@shuttleworth.lancs.sch.uk

“PE should be at the core of any curriculum because it’s about critical thinking and collaboration, it’s about personal, mental, physical and social well-being and it’s about our pursuit of excellence both personally and professionally.”

Andy Vasily

“I enjoy PE because of the wide range of sports we can do. There’s also many extra-curricular clubs. I chose GCSE PE because I wanted to learn more about the body and how exercise can help.”

Year 11 Student