Physical Education (P.E.) Department
|Mrs K Clarke||Head of PE|
|Mrs D Brookes||Teacher of PE|
|Mr S Singh||Assistant Head Teacher & Teacher of PE|
At Lostock High School we believe all are entitled to an enjoyable and productive working environment where students make progress through high quality physical education, which empowers them to meet their full potential and lead a healthy, active lifestyle. It is our goal to deliver high quality teaching and learning opportunities in a variety of individual and team activities to enable students to lead a healthy active lifestyle, both in and out of lessons.
For details about our PE Kit requirements, please click here.
Key Stage Three
At Lostock High School, pupils will start to learn the fundamental skills in a variety of activities which will enable them to develop more advanced skills in Key Stage 4. Through these activities they will be introduced to key theoretical concepts that encourage understanding of the background of sport and how to develop as a performer.
Key Stage Four
At KS4 PE is a core subject. In these lessons’ pupils can select a games or individual activity pathway to enable them to continue to develop the skills needed to lead a healthy active lifestyle in the future.
At KS4 pupil can opt to study OCR Cambridge National Certificate in Sport Science which equates to a GCSE. It is assessed through 4 units of work, including Injuries in Sport, Principles of Training in Sport, The Body in Sport and Technology in Sport.
Students following the OCR Sport Studies course will sit 1 exam worth 25% of their overall grade and submit coursework for the other 3 units.
More information about the current KS4 specification can be found at: