Physical Education

Meet the Staff

  • Mrs A. Ruddock (Subject Leader)
  • Mr T. Langford (2nd in Dept)
  • Mr N. Collins
  • Mrs L. Owens
  • Mrs M. Morgan

Our Aims

  • To give our students the desire to want to participate in exercise for the rest of their life.
  • To give our students an understanding of the link between exercise and good health.
  • To provide our students with the opportunity to play and compete in sport.
  • To provide our students with the opportunity to express themselves in a creative manner.
  • To provide our students with a wide- ranging PE experience.

Key Stage 3

A range of activities to include

Rugby Cricket Trampolining Tennis
Gymnastics Table Tennis Fitness Swimming
Athletics Cross Country Rounders Volleyball
Orienteering Outdoor Activities Softball Baseball


To view our Key Stage 3 year plan please click here

Key Stage 4 Cambridge Nationals

What are they?

Cambridge Nationals are vocationally related qualifications that take an engaging, practical and inspiring approach to learning and assessment. Cambridge Nationals in Sport are targeted at 14-16 year olds in a school environment. They’re available as an Award and a Certificate, with the Certificate being the same size as a GCSE. They use both internal and external assessment and the Certificate for both Cambridge Nationals in Sport Science and Cambridge Nationals in Sport Studies are recognised by the recently published DfE Performance Tables for 2015.

Why choose Cambridge Nationals?

Sport is a high-profile and expanding industry and, as such, there is a growing need for qualified professionals and capable volunteers. This can be anything from sport scientists assessing how nutrition, environment and training programmes can optimise performance, through to a sports coach having to develop the skills, tactics and strategies of a team or an individual. Cambridge Nationals in Sport offer students the solid foundation required for further progression in to the industry.

What units would we cover?

The Cambridge Nationals in Sport Science offer students the opportunity to study key areas of sport science including anatomy and physiology linked to fitness, health, injury and performance; the science of training and application of training principles, and psychology in sport and sports performance.






*Reducing the Risk of Sports Injuries

Written paper 1 hour

(60 Marks)

*The bodies response to Physical Activity

Coursework Task

*Applying Principles of Training

Coursework Task

*Sports Psychology

Coursework Task



*Sports Nutrition

Coursework Task



*Technology in Sport

Coursework Task

BTEC National Award

  • Btec National Sport and PE (Edexcel)

Extra Curricular Activities

Click here for the Enrichment timetable

Our Recent Successes

To be updated.

Some of our Former Students

  • Emily Thomas – plays Football for Wales
  • Abbie Kirby – British Gymnast, represented Great Britain
  • Mark Smyth – Represented Liverpool Academy and played for England under 18’s
  • Marcus Lewis – European and World Kickboxing medalist
  • Jake Kirby – Tramere Football Club Squad member
  • Daniel Redmond – current squad member at Wigan F.C.
  • Liam Willis - current squad member at Wigan F.C.
  • Damilola Ajagbe – currently on a YTS training programme at Blackburn Rovers F.C.