Physical Education - Curriculum Documents – Suggested Scope of Learning for Secondary Physical Education

 

The Learning Targets of KS3 (Secondary 1 to 3):

 

At the completion of KS3, students are able to

 

·         apply basic skills in at least eight different physical activities from not less than four areas in games and competitions;

·         participate actively and regularly in at least one co-curricular physical activity;

·         apply theories of physical activities and training principles in health-related fitness programmes;

·         show critical thinking in the discussion of debating issues in PE and sport; and

·         display appropriate etiquette and sportsmanship in physical activities .

 

References:

 

1.  PE "Learning Outcomes Framework" (2008)

2.  An Overview of the Learning Topics in the Six Strands of PE KLA (2013)

 

 

The Learning Targets of KS4 (Secondary 4 to 6):

 

At the completion of KS4, students are able to

 

·         demonstrate proficiency in a wide range of physical activities;

·         participate actively and regularly in at least one co-curricular physical activity;

·         analyse physical performance from multiple perspectives and evaluate the effectiveness of health-related fitness programmes;

·         apply problem solving skills in PE learning contexts;

·         play the role of sports leader or junior coach in school and the community; and

·         show perseverance, sportsmanship and ability to face difficulties in daily life.

 

References:

       1. PE "Learning Outcomes Framework" (2008)  

       2. An Overview of the Learning Topics in the Six Strands of PE KLA (2013)    

       3. "Other Learning Experiences": What is it about? (PE is embedded under the “Other Learning Experiences” (OLE) in KS4. Structured PE Lessons is its major implementation mode. The PE lessons in each cycle/week help ensure that students can enjoy a broad and balanced programme featuring a variety of movement experiences.)