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PAPE

 P.E

 

Key Stage 3 

Students develop their level of skill in a variety of sporting activities. All lessons begin with a fitness focus designed to assess and improve current levels of health and fitness; this is supplemented by a termly test to allow monitoring and tracking of general health and fitness within the school.

 YEAR 7

 TERM 1

 Gymnastics

 Netball

 TERM 2

 Rugby

 Badminton

 TERM 3

 Rounders

 Cricket

 Athletics

 

 YEAR 8

 TERM 1

 Gymnastics

 Netball

 Handball

 TERM 2

 Rugby

 Basketball

 TERM 3

 Rounders

 Cricket

 Athletics

 Badminton

 

 YEAR 9

 TERM 1

 Trampolining

 Fitness

 Netball/Football/Rugby

 TERM 2

 Handball

 Basketball

 TERM 3

 Rounders

 Cricket

 Athletics

 Volleyball

Key Stage 4  

Students continue to have a weekly Core PE lesson to promote a healthy and balanced lifestyle and to ensure a good understanding of the impact of regular exercise on long-term health and fitness. Students will have the opportunity to lead their peers and primary school students in a variety of sporting activities. All students will complete at least one 6-week block in the fitness suite.

 YEAR 10

 TERM 1

 Leadership skills taught through a variety of sporting activities

 TERM 2

 6-week fitness block in the fitness suite

 Leadership skills taught through a variety of sporting activities

 TERM 3

 Opportunities to plan and deliver a variety of sporting activities for small groups of younger children from local primary schools

 

 YEAR 11

 TERM 1

 Plan a 6-week training programme to improve fitness

 TERM 2

 Student-led competitions within lessons

 TERM 3

 Skills consolidation

 

 Dance

 

Key Stage 3 

Students are introduced to a variety of different dance styles, including contemporary, hip-hop, samba, capoeira, physical theatre and bhangra. All units of work include both practical performance and written components. Students develop their creative and performance skills through using a variety of different choreographic processes, delivered through exciting individual and group tasks.

 YEAR 7

 TERM 1

 Introduction to basic dance skills

 WW2 Child Evacuee (Cross-curricular link with Drama)

 TERM 2

 A Linha Curva

 Musicals – The Lion King and Matilda

 TERM 3

 Street Dance - Introduction to Hip Hop and the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party

 Contemporary Dance.

 

 YEAR 8

 TERM 1

 Set Study – Shift and recap of Basic Dance Skills

 World Tour

 TERM 2

 The Hunger Games

 TERM 3

 Perfect by Motion House

 

 YEAR 9

 TERM 1

 Contemporary Dance

 Technique

 War

 TERM 2

 Stimuli for Choreography

 TERM 3

 Hip Hop – Emancipation of expressionism

 Final project.

GCSE Dance

Whilst studying GCSE Dance, students develop and refine their physical, performance and choreographic skills. Physical skills include in-depth training on posture, balance, coordination, control, flexibility and stamina; these are assessed through solo, trio and group performances. There is also a significant written component, focused on understanding and analysing professional works.

 YEAR 10

 TERM 1

 The Healthy Dancer

 Technique Development

 Safe Practice

 Set Phrase 1

 Components of performance

 TERM 2

 A Linha Curva

 Artificial Things

 Infra

 Within Her Eyes

 TERM 3

 Emancipation of expressionism

 Shadows

 Set Phrase 2

 Mock examination preparation

 

 YEAR 11

 TERM 1

 Trio Choreography

 What is in the exam paper?

 TERM 2

 Choreography exam paper

 Anthology analysis

 TERM 3

 Moderation and examination

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 Drama

 

Key Stage 3 

Students explore and experience different themes and styles of Drama, including an exploration of World War II, the origins of Melodrama, Slapstick Comedy and Surrealism. Students develop their polished and spontaneous improvisational skills and as well as the ability to edit, refine, rehearse and experiment with performance.

 YEAR 7

 TERM 1

 Childhood

 Starting secondary school

 World War 2

 Evacuees

 TERM 2

 Slapstick comedy, melodrama and silent films

 Laurel and Hardy

 Charlie Chaplin

 Stock characters

 TERM 3

 Monologues and soliloquies

 Extracts from a wide variety of scripts from different eras

 

 YEAR 8

 TERM 1

 Devising

 Exploration of stimulus material focusing upon building a Growth Mind-set.

 TERM 2

 Soap Operas

 The origins of soap operas

 The principles of Stanislavsky

 TERM 3

 Monologues and soliloquies

 Extracts from a wide variety of scripts from different eras

 

 YEAR 9

 TERM 1

 Devising

 Exploration of stimulus material focusing upon war

 TERM 2

 Surrealism

 Salvador Dali

 Symbolism

 Juxtaposition

 TERM 3

 Monologues, duologues and soliloquies

 Extracts from a wide variety of scripts from different eras

GCSE Drama

GCSE Drama students will build on their previous knowledge by developing different ways of devising and performing script work using more advanced dramatic techniques and subject terminology. Students study scripts from a variety of time-periods and contexts with a range of structures. There is a significant written component in which students must write from the point of view of a performer, director or designer.

 YEAR 10

 TERM 1

 Introduction to GCSE Drama

 Devising drama

 TERM 2

 Presenting and performing texts

 TERM 3

 Drama performance and response

 

 YEAR 11

 TERM 1

 Devising drama

 TERM 2

 Presenting and performing texts

 TERM 3

 Drama performance and response

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