Grade 6 in GCSE Physical Education
Why Choose P.E?
This course will give you a fantastic insight into the amazing world of sports performance. You will have the chance to perform or coach a sport as well as developing a wide-ranging knowledge into the how and why of physical activity and sport.
The combination of physical performance and academic challenge provides you with an exciting opportunity. Physical Education is studied through a range of contexts; you will learn the reasons why we do things, why some people outperform others, mentally and physically. You will delve into the ethical use of performance enhancing drugs and the inﬂuence that modern technology is having on sport.
What is Involved?
You will study three compulsory modules:
Physiological Factors Affecting Performance (this includes anatomy and physiology, exercise physiology and biomechanics).
Psychological Factors Affecting Performance (this includes skill acquisition, sports psychology).
Socio- cultural Issues in Physical Activity and Sport (sport and society and contemporary issues in sport).
You will also be assessed in one practical activity where you are required to perform or coach. In addition you will observe and evaluate a live performance of another candidate.
Written examination (three papers) (70%), Non examination assessment (30%)
of A-level students achieved grades A*-B
of A-level students achieved grades A*-C
What we've been up to...
New Ways November - Day 26: Find a new perspective on a problem you face. #NewWaysNovember #Wellbeing https://t.co/QWBwqc4gir
New Ways November - Day 25: Use one of your strengths in a new or creative way. #NewWaysNovember #Wellbeing https://t.co/E3lxxj5GTu
New Ways November - Day 24: Share with a friend something you found helpful recently. #NewWaysNovember #Wellbeing https://t.co/nCGcPbv7Ug
We should all aspire to be the best version of ourselves, and support others - just like this incredible man, Kevin Sinfield 👏🏼 101miles in 24hours ran for MND awareness 💙 #inspirational @WestKirbyGS https://t.co/ILRLPhR4NQ
New Ways November - Day 23: Set aside a time to pursue an activity you love. #NewWaysNovember #Wellbeing https://t.co/wc4Y90luwp
New Ways November - Day 22: Find a new way to tell someone you appreciate them. #NewWaysNovember #wellbeing https://t.co/FOlalutolA
We are pleased to announce that #WKGS will be hosting a Book Fair in the Lower Library from Mon 29th-Mon 6th December. All pupils are welcome to come and browse before school or at break/lunchtime. This will be a cashless fair, all payments to be made on Scopay (more to follow). https://t.co/XtjZwjfKPj
New Ways November - Day 21: Learn a new skill with a friend or share one of yours with them. #NewWaysNovember #wellbeing https://t.co/wYpYT6iUKF
New Ways November - Day 20: Make a meal with a recipe or ingredient you've not used before. #NewWaysNovember #Wellbeing https://t.co/svdDkiwJGQ
WKGS PE are fundraising to get new team kits for our fantastic sports teams! If you would like to get involved, please see Miss Higham in PE to collect a football fundraising card 👍🏼 #netball #football #gymnastics #athletics @WestKirbyGS https://t.co/jdC25nbVH4
Our #WKGSCommunity has so far raised a fantastic £1182 so far for #ChildreninNeed with our non-uniform day. We also marked the end of #AntiBullyingWeek with #OddSocksDay celebrate difference and individuality in our school community. Please donate online if you have not already. https://t.co/SbN1iC2tTR
Thanks to everyone who attended our #WKGSSixthForm Open Evening this week. If you were unable to attend, you can find a variety of virtual content (including a recording of the Headteacher's talk and virtual interactive tour) by clicking the link below. wkgs.org/sixth-form-ope… https://t.co/zQiWB9DtcM
New Ways November - Day 19: Broaden your perspective, read a different paper, magazine or site. #NewWaysNovember #Wellbeing https://t.co/lsV1VJ76wd