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All students in Key Stage 3 have two hours compulsory PE, which incorporates a wide range of activities, in order to give a broad experience in games, aesthetics and athletic activities. All students in Year 7 will complete the SLUK Young Sports Leader Award course, introducing and enabling them to practice their leadership skills.
Curriculum activities taught throughout Key Stage 3 include: Athletics, Badminton, Basketball, Cricket, Dance, Fitness, Football, Gym, Hockey, Lacrosse, Netball, Rounders, Rugby, Tennis, Volleyball and YSLA.
All students continue with two hours of compulsory PE, following the GCSE PE specification. In Year 11, students target differing pathways; Edexcel Full Course GCSE PE or the Edexcel BTEC First Award in Sport.
The Curriculum activities covered at Key Stage 4 mirror those taught in Key Stage 3, with students being offered “Pathway Options” to specialise in areas of their choice.
In the Sixth Form students can specialise in the Edexcel Physical Education A-Level, or via the Edexcel BTEC Vocational Courses of Edexcel BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma in Sport, Development and Coaching (equivalent to 1 A-Level) or the Edexcel BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Sport Development, Coaching and Fitness (equivalent to 3 A-levels
There is an extensive range of out of school hours activities which include clubs, fixtures and competitions organised by our PE & Sport Faculty staff, staff outside of the faculty, and Sixth Form Students. These take place before school, during lunchtimes, after school and on occasions, at weekends. In addition to the Inter-House competitions that occur every half term and the Whole School Sports Day. The school enters teams in local, regional and national competitions. Trophies won are currently on display in the main reception area of the school. A student-devised School Sports Colours system recognises and rewards students’ participation and commitment to sporting and physical activity; allowing the Student Voice to contribute to the development of the PE & Sport Department.
Recent students success include representation at higher level of competition for Surrey Schools, and at County and National representation level; in sports such as rugby, badminton, athletics, football, netball and hockey, along with representation in other activity areas of board sailing, fencing and flat water kayaking.