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PE

Welcome to the PE Department

 

At Lostock High School we are passionate about Physical Education. We love to see students develop within the subject both physically and mentally. Physical Education is a compulsory subject in all Years with emphasis, in Years 7-8 on building skills in teamwork and individual activities. We endeavour to present the students with a wide ranging experience of activities, so all can flourish.  In Years 9,10, 11 students follow a practical course selecting OCR Sports Science to study in the options areas. Students also have an opportunity to develop leadership skills in supporting our primary schools in various events.

 

Facilities include a gym, Tone-Zone, sports hall, tennis courts, outside basketball court and field on-site. Within a short distance are additional football pitches. A wide and balanced curriculum is taught, in mixed gender classes but set by ability. The students are assessed at the end of each unit of activity.

Extra-curricular opportunities for sport are wide. Students have lots of opportunities to improve and experience new sports.

All students in year 9 still get two hours of PE and all students study non examination PE at KS4.

 

Sport has always been important to us–we have three aims:

 

Firstly: to encourage all youngsters to enjoy sport and recognise its importance for health-related fitness.

Secondly: the development of individual and team performances.

Thirdly: for students to become all round sports performers who have a wide range of key skills in PE.

 

The opportunities are many.

Clubs include: Fitness, Badminton, Dance, Gymnastics, Basketball, Tone Zone, Rounders, Rugby, Football, Netball, Table Tennis…. whilst teams are fielded in Athletics, Basketball, Football (boys and girls), Netball, Rounders and Cross-country.

 

The School tries to compete in many competitions and performs well with some of our students going on to achieve regional honours.

 

Meet the PE Department

 

Name

Title

Mr M Lyons

Head of Creative Arts and PE Faculty

Mrs K Clarke

KS4 Progress Leader and PE Teacher

Mrs D Brookes

Primary Liaison and PE Teacher

PE Kit and expectations

All students need to bring in full school PE kit and suitable footwear to participate practically in all lessons

 

Uniform Page

 

Parental note only to be excused from taking active part in the lessons; School PE kit is still needed so that they can be utilised in the lesson in other roles

Get changed quickly at the start and the end of the lesson

Self-discipline throughout lesson

No jewellery or chewing gum

Long hair tied back with a bobble

 

No PE kit for the lesson will result in a detention, students will be expected to borrow school PE kit to still take part in the lesson

Key stage 3

Key Stage 4

 

 

Plan of Year 2019-20

 

For a break down of the weekly plan for each year, please click on the links below:

Year 7

Year 8

Year 9

Year 10

Year 11