Huxlow aims to provide a stimulating, engaging and enjoyable curriculum that builds on each student's prior learning and provides new and exciting activities as the students’ progress through the years. The PE curriculum at Huxlow enables all young people to:
Thrive through the excellence of our high-quality teaching and sporting opportunities created.
Create aspirational students that foster a lifelong love of sport and physical activity
Embed our core values of Respect, Ambition and Pride through sport and leadership activities safe.
Through 2 hours of PE a week, students develop skills used in a wide variety of sports and activities, learning the rules and basic game play to perform successfully. When performing, they think about what they are doing, analyse the situation and make decisions. They also reflect on their own performance and that of others, finding strategies to improve them. As a result, they develop the confidence to take part in different physical activities and learn about the value of healthy, active lifestyles.
PE at Huxlow also helps students to develop personally and socially. They work as individuals, in groups and in teams, developing concepts of fairness and of personal and social responsibility.
By the time our students leave Huxlow, we hope that PE has enabled them to have a good health and wellbeing, strong character, active citizens and willing to pursue their own interests and talents for lifelong participation.
Key PE Principle
Within every PE lesson, regardless of age, sex or ability you will see examples of our department Key PE Principles. Every teacher delivers lessons that include:
1) Challenge & Stretch
Through student leadership – student led warm ups & cool downs, peer coaching/teaching, officiating & scoring games, leading plenaries.
Pre-Learning for analysis of performance both verbally & visually.
Emphasis on target setting
2) Remembering over time
All students recap previous lesson/year/key stage learning by performing skills/ techniques/ tactics and Q/A coaching points at start of lessons.
3) Access for all
Quality First Teaching – differentiated learning outcomes and targets, targeted questioning based on ability, and scaffolded support according to need.
Student grouping - promotes stretch and challenge as well as motivational support for less able learners
Leadership targets set to encourage different style of learning regardless of ability or background.
Exam Board - EDExcel
Mr S Letts - Head of PE
Mr A O'Connor - Second in PE
Miss S Donald - Teacher of PE
Mrs K Letts - Teacher
Mrs H Sghendo - Teacher
Miss G Roberts - Teacher of PE
If you would like to find out more about the PE curriculum, please contact Mr S Letts - Head of PE
By phone: 01933 650496
By email: email@example.com