PHYSICAL EDUCATION

The aims of our Department are for the pupils to:

  • Develop physical competence.
  • Improve co-ordination and body management.
  • Experience enjoyment and success through active participation.
  • Appreciate the aesthetic elements.
  • Develop knowledge and understanding of the different types of activities available.
  • Develop confidence and self esteem when working individually or in pairs/groups.
  • Develop a positive approach/awareness of social skills in self and others.
  • Develop an awareness of safety in physical activities.
  • Have the opportunities to develop problem solving skills/strategies.
  • Develop an understanding of the importance of a healthy lifestyle including diet and regular physical activity.

The Physical Education programme during Key Stages 3 & 4 is planned to ensure that the curriculum is broad, balanced and relevant.

Achievements and Results

  • WELSH SCHOOLS ATHLETICS PLATE COMPETITION The Un14 boys competed in the National Plate Competition at Brecon athletics track. The competition was a team event and points get awarded depending on where you finish in each ...
    Posted 28 Jan 2015, 06:18 by David Beesley
  • Un 14s BOYS' ATHLETICS SCHOOL HISTORY Today our u14′s took part in the County Championships having won their pool last week. The boys had stiff competition however they worked so hard in each of their ...
    Posted 10 Jul 2014, 04:02 by David Beesley
  • Yr 8 DO THE CUP DOUBLE! Year 8 football team played their second final today in the Gwent Cup against Duffryn. Having already beaten Duffryn in the Newport Cup it was always going to be a ...
    Posted 10 Jul 2014, 04:01 by David Beesley
  • Yr 8 FOOTBALL - NEWPORT CUP FINAL WINNERS Excellent performance this afternoon from our Yr 8 BOYS FOOTBALL team.  After going 1-0 up, Duffryn got an equaliser and started to play.  We scored a superb goal just ...
    Posted 10 Jul 2014, 03:59 by David Beesley
  • Yr 8 RUGBY - NEWPORT FINAL Congratulations to the Yr 8 Rugby team who lost 17-12 to Bassaleg, in the Newport Schools Final.It was a really tight game and could have gone either way ...
    Posted 7 Apr 2014, 05:37 by David Beesley
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