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Physical Education

 
A CURRICULUM FOR EXCELLENCE

SUCCESSFUL LEARNERS – pupils are given the opportunity to take part in a variety of activities, where their knowledge, skills and techniques are developed. Pupils are able to enhance their performances in the extra curricular clubs that are available. School sporting trips demonstrate the pupil’s success in their learning and progress of their chosen sport.
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CONFIDENT INDIVIDUALS – pupils experience both individual and team challenges in a wide spectrum of activities, where their decision making and confidence are displayed. Pupils have the opportunity to perform skills in front of their peers and participate in different activities in front of the whole school audience and/ or sporting venues away.

RESPONSIBLE CITIZENS – pupils learn to take on different roles in sport. They learn to organise and officiate games. They learn what fair play is and how to apply it in a range of sporting contexts.

EFFECTIVE CONTRIBUTORS – pupils can contribute to the whole school and community by participating in school sports day, interhouse activities and various clubs and trips that represent the school. The school newsletter takes pride in highlighting sporting achievement in and out with school. Senior students have the valuable opportunity to help run sporting events as well as performing their own challenge.
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Learners will be expected to carry out further reading to consolidate their knowledge and understanding and to gain practice in answering techniques.  Learners will also benefit from practicing practical skills at home.
 
Recommended Books

Leckie and Leckie Higher Grade Physical Education Course Notes

Leckie and Leckie Higher Grade Physical Education Past Papers

 
Booklet

Extra Curricular Activities Extra Curricular Activities

 
Hints for Success
Come to school prepared for practical activities, regular attendance and meeting deadlines for paperwork.
PE DEPARMENT FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Do I have to wear shorts and T-shirt to the PE lesson?
No. You can wear tracksuit bottoms/leggings and long sleeved tops, as long as you have a change of clothes to participate in PE.

You should also bring something warm to participate in activities that are outside.

What happens if I forget my PE kit?
You should tell the PE department as early as possible and be prepared to wear the spare PE kit held in the department.

If you forget your PE department 3 times a letter will be sent home and detention/punishment exercise given.

What happens if I have a medical note for PE?
If you cannot participate in PE, you should take in a medical note with a reason for non participation to your teacher.

Do I still need to take my PE kit if I have a medical note?
Yes. If you cannot take part in PE for any reason, you should still take your PE kit as you can be involved in the lesson in some other way.

Also this would prevent your school uniform from getting wet/dirty if you are assisting the class.

Can I take water into the PE lesson?
We encourage you take water into the lesson in order to rehydrate during exercise.

What happens if I need an inhaler?
If you need an inhaler, this is considered to be part of your PE kit and should be taken to all activities with you.
Websites

BBC Bitesize Higher



BBC Bitesize N5



BBC Bitesize N4



SQA Physical Education



BBC Sport



My Youth Basketball Player



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