Physical Education at Lubavitch Senior Girls' School is taught by Get Set 4 Sport, qualified teachers who are familiar with the National Curriculum.

Key Stage 3 and 4 students aquire and develop their skills in a range of different sports.  get set 4 sport.png

Physical Education in Year 7 develops the skills associated with selected games and activities. Lessons are developed throughout the year to achieve a good, all-round understanding of the subject and to provide the pupil with a firm knowledge of the effects of exercise on the body. Groups are mixed ability. The curriculum includes replicating skills; exploring ideas; performing to the maximum; developing physical skills; healthy active lifestyles; outwitting opponents. Such elements of the curriculum are delivered through activities such as Basketball, Football, Dodgeball, Handball, Badminton, Rounders and Health and Fitness.

In Year 8 the aim of the curriculum is to reinforce and develop the skills learned in selected games and activities in Year 7. Pupils follow a syllabus designed to introduce new skills in order to add depth to their understanding of the subject. The curriculum includes replicating skills; exploring ideas; performing to the maximum; developing physical skills; healthy active lifestyles; outwitting opponents. Such elements of the curriculum are delivered through activities such Basketball, Football, Dodgeball, Handball, Badminton, Rounders and Health and Fitness.

The aim of the PE department in Year 9 is to build upon the skills developed in Years 7 and 8. Pupils follow a syllabus designed to challenge their understanding of selected activities and they are encouraged to develop strategies and tactics. The curriculum includes replicating skills; exploring ideas; performing to the maximum; developing physical skills; healthy active lifestyles; outwitting opponents, safe and effective exercise, problem solving, adopting different roles, evaluating and improving performance.

In Year 10, activities change every half term. Pupils build upon skills learnt in KS3 and begin to develop alternative roles such as coach, official etc. Pupils are provided opportunities to participate in a range of games activities and health and fitness.

The Year 11 curriculum allows pupils to participate in a range of games activities and health and fitness. Throughout the key stage, pupils are encouraged to take on a variety of roles which may include coach, official etc.

In Year 12 pupils participate in recreational lessons, covering a range of sports. Pupils are encouraged to be responsible for leading, coaching and officiating their own games.

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