Physical Education and Sport at Southbrook School
Subject Leader - S Goss
Teaching Assistant - J Wenley
Teaching Assistant - S Vicary
Southbrook is committed to providing opportunities for young people to participate, perform and lead in sport. We believe passionately in the difference that these opportunities can make to young people.
Southbrook aims to:
What you will get at Southbrook
The curriculum is reviewed yearly to make sure it meets the needs of all pupils, where necessary content will be adjust, developed, extended or deleted depending pupil engagement, learning and progress. Currently KS3 pupils access two 50 minute sessions a week where they receive lessons in invasion games, striking and fielding, net/wall games, inclusion sports and athletics. KS4 pupils receive a similar diet, but also have the opportunity to opt in to an extra double lesson each week. This lesson involves extended curriculum opportunities off site which include tennis, orienteering and cross country running.
Pupils at KS3 are assessed at the end of each unit of work using the school informentor assessment tool. This allows pupil progress to be plotted across their time in the key stage 3. At KS4 all pupils follow the OCR entry level course and complete a variety of AQA awards.
Throughout the academic year our pupils will also have the opportunity to experience a variety of other activities which will enhance, develop and promote their learning within the PE curriculum. These activities include things such as;
Intra school fixtures
Inter school fixtures
Sky Sports Leadership days
Termly Devon Ability Counts Competition days
Exeter College taster days such as Girls in Outdoor Education and BTEC level 2 certificate in sport
Chance to Shine cricket project
G & T days
Inclusion competitions in goalball etc.
Gifted and Talented
Pupils identified as G&T will have opportunities both in curriculum time and outside of school to extend their skills and talents in which ever sports they excel at. We currently have the number one 800m runner in the Country, a football who is representing the County and a swimmer on the verge of representing Great Britain.
All pupils that have been appropriately identified as having a need, receive physio treatment/exercises three times a week. Pupils also have access to regular core stability sessions which enhance their core and assist their learning process. These interventions and their success are monitor termly.