Head of Department
Mrs A Goodall

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.

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examination results

70%

of GCSE students achieved grades 9-7

83%

of GCSE students achieved grades 9-6

97%

of GCSE students achieved grades 9-4

What we've been up to...

02Jun '20

Future #WKGS6thForm - Check out the latest post from @wkgs_sfinduction on Instagram. It covers what you can do in studies and frees! 🙌 #WKGSInduction #ChooseWKGS6thForm #WelcometoWKGS https://t.co/wSQ9Xssr9n

01Jun '20

▶️WKGS IT Issues◀️ Our IT services should all be back in operation now. We apologise for any inconvenience to the start of your week. #WKGSCommunity💙

01Jun '20

Great message about mental health from these young people. If you are struggling and feel you need to talk then please seek support from a trusted adult. #wellbeing #mentalhealth @WestKirbyGS twitter.com/BGT/status/126…

01Jun '20

@wkgs_sfinduction (Instagram) Hi Everyone! We hope you are all well and staying safe. This account is officially up and running and over the next few weeks we hope to give you a good insight into WKGS life and what to expect if you chose to study here in the sixth form. (1/2) https://t.co/dSWDIGI9VF

01Jun '20

@wkgs.wellbeing June is here! This month is full of things to make your month joyful, even in these difficult times. #joyfuljune #wellbeing #wkgscommunity💙

01Jun '20

▶️IT Issues◀️ Please accept our apologies but we are experiencing IT issues with our Intranet & Phones. Our IT team is currently working on it. Students can try to log on to Google Classroom via this link & enter their school email address & password (1/2) edu.google.com/products/class…

01Jun '20

Welcome back all our students to another half term of #OnlineLearning via #GoogleClassroom. It’s Week 🅰️ & this weeks @WKGS_Wellbeing day is on Wednesday. #WKGSCommunity #LearningOutsideTheClassroom #StaySafe #WeMissYou 💙💛 https://t.co/wJRSqv5jkP

31May '20

If you’re joining @WestKirbyGS 6th Form in September then follow @WKGS_SFInduction on Instagram. This feed is run by 6th Formers for 6th Form Induction.... & it starts tomorrow!! #WKGS6thFormInduction #WelcomeToWKGS #ChooseWKGS #WKGS6thForm https://t.co/IIgOKrpqG0

31May '20

Meaningful May - Day 31: Take some time out of your routine today to relax. #wellbeing

31May '20

The @NHSuk have published a new article on how to support a young person who is struggling with their mental health. Here you can find practical advice on what to do if you’re worried about your child and where you can turn to for support. @WestKirbyGS england.nhs.uk/blog/advice-fo…

30May '20

Meaningful May - Day 30: Look up at the sky and remember we are all part of something bigger. #Wellbeing #MeaningfulMay @WestKirbyGS https://t.co/ia5XcZ2IkK

29May '20

Meaningful May - Day 29: Find three good reasons to be hopeful about the future. #Wellbeing #hope #MeaningfulMay

28May '20

A massive well done to #MissHigham who has completed the 100k in May Challenge in aid of Wigan and Leigh Hospice 🏆 What a fantastic achievement - @WKGS_PE are super proud of you 👏🌟👏🌟 @WestKirbyGS

28May '20

Meaningful May - Day 28: Think about how your actions make a difference to others. #Wellbeing #bekind #MeaningfulMay @WestKirbyGS https://t.co/beWmqbulcv

27May '20

Meaningful May - Day 27: Today link your decisions and choices to your purpose in life. #Wellbeing #meaningfulmay