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Year 11 IBelong Curriculum

 

Year 11 Autumn term

Physical Education

This term students will concentrate on the theory exam and complete Unit 3: Movement analysis. This unit of work will concentrate on the biomechanical levers in the body and how different joints can move to give advantages in certain sports. Students will be assessed through quality of homework, past paper questions and end of topic tests.  Students will regularly be taught exam technique when answering exam questions. In practical lessons they will focus on their chosen 2 sports ready for examination in February/March. students are reminded to collate all video evidence to support their mark for 'out-of-school' activities. 

Sports and Coaching Principles

Coaching and working on submitting all relevant documents for internal assessment. They will need to coach each other to gather more video evidence. The students will also be completing all the internal coursework Unit 1: Improving sporting performance. This will be assessed internally. The areas that they will be applying to their coursework include physiological, psychological and technical factors that affect their performance, as well as an opportunity to physically coach a practical session.

Skills Challenge

This year students will solely focus on the Individual Project which accounts for 50% of the overall mark. Students have been asked to think of a topic they are interested in and complete a significant research period, gathering information on their chosen topic. Working with the teacher, students pose a question and write around the topic discussing arguments for and against.  Students are then challenged to come to a conclusion based on their research.

Health and Social Care and Childcare

Plan for the year: Delivery of unit 2 content, student research/investigations, students to take part in a 10 hour controlled assessment (accounting for 60% of overall grade), revise/revisit unit 1 in preparation for external exam. Unit 2 is a controlled assessment on health and social care, and childcare provision in Wales. This will include receiving an overview of the following sections: National legislative frameworks that promote and support health and well-being, service provision, multi agency working, benefits of multi-agency working and career pathways.

 

Year 11 Spring Term

Physical Education

This term students will concentrate on the theory exam and complete Unit 4: Sport Psychology. This unit of work will concentrate on the psychology that sports people need to acquire to improve their performance. Topics that will be taught are, goal setting, information processing, classification of skills, guidance and practice. Students will be assessed through quality of homework, past paper questions and end of topic tests.  Students will regularly be taught exam technique when answering exam questions. In practical lessons they will focus on their chosen 2 sports ready for examination in early March. Students are reminded to collate all video evidence to support their mark for 'out-of-school' activities. 

Sports and Coaching Principles

Coaching and working on submitting all relevant documents for internal assessment. They will need to coach each other to gather more video evidence. The students will also be completing all the  internal coursework Unit 1: Improving sporting performance. This will be assessed internally. The areas that they will be applying to their coursework include physiological, psychological and technical factors that affect their performance, as well as an opportunity to physically coach a practical session.

Year 11 general PE

Students will be given the option to continue to work on their competitive skills through team activities or independently work on their personal fitness

Health and Social

During the autumn term students were given the opportunity to develop their knowledge and understanding of  key content, referring to 'Health and social care, and childcare provision in Wales in promoting and supporting health and well-being'. Throughout the spring term, students will  complete a non-exam assessment (NEA), composed of one task set by the WJEC. Students will carry out their research for the task without direct supervision. This assessment will require each pupil to produce a report which evidences the following:

(a) investigate the service provision locally and nationally to meet the needs of one of the following target groups:
children
adolescents
adults

(b) investigate the job roles of two key professionals

(c) analyze the task.                                                                                                                                                                                                               

Lessons will be delivered through a range of teacher guided live lessons, pre recorded clips, independent research tasks, subject specific internet links.