PE and Health





At Broadlands we have a wide range of PE and games activities:

Basketball

Netball

Football

Trampolining

Athletics

Rugby

Teambuilding

Orienteering

Softball

Gymnastics

Rounders

Fitness

Golf Extreme

Handball

Dodgeball

We try to find out about your interests and skills and offer extra-curricular activities. We will help you to build on your interests and develop new ones, by following a very broad curriculum but also give you enough time to develop your skills in these sports.

Our most successful sports are boys’ and girls’ football, netball and rounders. You will be given every opportunity to take part in these and many more! There are also clubs which run at lunchtime and after school, these cover other PE activities such as cheerleading.

PE kit will be needed for every lesson, even if you are ill or injured. This is because you will have a role within the lesson even if you are not a performer. You will be a coach, referee or official.

 

Qualifications:

GCSE PE

BTEC Sport Level 2

BTEC Sport and Active Leisure Level 1

 

Extra-curricular activities and clubs:

A variety of sports clubs are available throughout the year.

 

Doing well in this subject will help you:

By performing well in GCSE or BTEC sport courses employers can see that you can work successfully as part of a team and even lead others. This can have wide ranging career opportunities.

Specific career route can include: Sports Coaching, Physiotherapist, Personal Trainer, Sports Management, Sports Science, Sports Media and Marketing and of course a PE teacher.

 

Courses post 16 include A level PE, BTEC Sport Level 3, Sports Leader Level 3, National Governing Body sports coaching or officiating courses.