KS4 Specification - OCR
In the Physical Education department there are four subject specialists who teach a wide variety of activities. Our aim is for the students to experience enjoyment whilst achieving the highest possible standards of which they are capable as well as developing their self-confidence and self-esteem.
During Key Stage 3, our students will develop their skills in various games activities, gymnastics, dance, orienteering, fitness and athletics. At Key Stage 4, all students follow the core Physical Education programme but are also offered the opportunity to study GCSE Physical Education. For those students who want to extend their interest and knowledge in the subject we also offer A-level Physical Education to our sixth form students.
Our facilities include a gymnasium, dance hall (with iTV technology), an astro-turf pitch, five netball/tennis courts and playing fields. We encourage all students to participate in our extensive extra-curricular programme. We have representative teams in a wide variety of sports and have achieved success at county, regional and national level. Throughout the year we also enhance the curriculum by offering trips to the theatre, international sports matches and gymnastic and dance performances.
of GCSE students achieved grades 9-7
of GCSE students achieved grades 9-6
of GCSE students achieved grades 9-4
What we've been up to...
Happier January - Day 25: Decide to lift people up rather than put them down. #HappierJanuary #Wellbeing https://t.co/XZa2Skp5NU
Happier January - Day 24: Take a small step towards an important goal. #HappierJanuary #Wellbeing https://t.co/JbY7hieKFj
Congratulations to our U16 team finishing in 1st place and progressing to the National Finals 👏🏼🥇 Also a huge well done to our U13 team who finished in 3rd place 🥉@WestKirbyGS https://t.co/bic2pLS2WB
Well done to our gymnasts today who competed at the Regional Milano Competition in Blackburn! 🤸🏼♀️ @WestKirbyGS https://t.co/jZfAWlMhRt
Happier January - Day 23: Put away digital devices and focus on the moment. #HappierJanuary #Wellbeing https://t.co/sBriKR1Qeu
Happier January - Day 22: Plan something new and invite others to join you. #HappierJanuary #Wellbeing https://t.co/CHFpXymaWv
Mrs Goodall and Miss Higham successfully completed the theory and practical assessments of the mini-bus driving test today. We’re looking forward to using it to travel to fixtures ✅ 🚌 https://t.co/7CnSj58376
We are delighted that two #WKGSY10 students were announced as joint winners of the One West Kirby competition to create their vision for the town's future Rukshitha (Art Category) 10S Tatum (Design Technology Category) 10W @WKGS_Art @WKGS_DesignTech wirralglobe.co.uk/news/19862358.… https://t.co/6RUi6qzbYA
Happier January - Day 21: Try out something new to get out of your comfort zone. #HappierJanuary #Wellbeing https://t.co/kiMy1wZjEx
Happier January - Day 20: Go to bed in good time and allow yourself to recharge. #HappierJanuary #Wellbeing https://t.co/iSsA6vKjAE
Happier January - Day 19: Focus on what's good, even if today feels tough. #HappierJanuary #Wellbeing https://t.co/Z3zyuaFwVM
Happier January - Day 18: Get in touch with an old friend. #HappierJanuary #Wellbeing https://t.co/yHPr0xJOiO