In PE we want to inspire young people to participate in and enjoy physical activity, and to recognise the importance of an active and healthy lifestyle which continues into adulthood.
We want to instil this through effective teaching and learning that is constantly looking to move forward, providing opportunities for pupils to assume responsibility for their learning, to engage inquisitive minds and provide learners with a high standard of learning that should be expected by them in every lesson.
At The Deepings School we want to make Physical Education a subject that motivates and excites pupils of all ages and abilities. We are striving to be an ever developing department with a passion for allowing pupils to develop and learn, and to give them moments of inspiration and enjoyment that will remain with them beyond their time at the school.
Mr S Allen
SECOND IN DEPARTMENT
Mr J Cotton
|Mr A Brooks||Mrs S Donaldson|
|Mr L Hipwell||Miss K Lee|
|Mr P Pearson||Mrs J Robertson|
|Miss C Russon||Mrs B Shilling|
At KS3 pupils follow a balanced diet of activities that cover all of the major games as well as swimming, trampolining, athletics and fitness activities. At KS4 students are able to take a little more responsibility for their learning and are able to opt for activities that they have an interest in. In Year 10 we also offer the pupils an opportunity to complete the Sports Leaders Course and the Duke of Edinburgh Award.
EXAMINATION COURSES OFFERED
GCSE Physical Education Exam Board: Edexcel
Level 2 Btec Sport Exam Board: Edexcel
AS and A2 Sport and PE Exam Board: AQA
Level 3 Btec Sport Subsidiary Diploma Exam Board: Edexcel
Level 3 Btec Sport Diploma Exam Board: Edexcel
STUDENTS THAT HAVE GONE ON TO STUDY AT UNIVERSITY, PLACES AND COURSE STUDIED
Over the last two years all students who wanted to go to University after studying one of our subjects have gone on to study at their first choice University. Most notably Luke Mann is studying to be a PE teacher at Brighton University after attaining a double Distinction Star on our Level 3 Btec course and Steph Williams has gone to Birmingham University where she is able to continue to pursue her Athletics dream alongside studying a sports science degree after gaining an A on the A-Level Sport & PE course.
SUBJECT SUCCESS STORIES
- U18 football team got to the last 32 in the National competition.
- U16 & U12 football teams were District champions
- Steph Williams ran for Lincolnshire in the English Schools Athletics Championships
- Georgia Gibbs, Emma Gibbs and Austin Herbert represented Lincolnshire at the English Schools Cross Country Championships
EXTRA CURRICULAR OPPORTUNITIES IN THE SUBJECT
(PLEASE ALSO SEE THE EXTRA CURRICULAR SECTION OF THE WEBSITE)
We are part of The South Lincolnshire Sports Association and enter a wide variety of inter school competitions including the traditional Football and Netball leagues, swimming galas, trampolining competitions amongst many others.
Alongside the competitive element we offer a range of activities throughout the year such as fitness training, judo, dodgeball, booster swimming, and many other options depending on the time of year.
We encourage all of our students to participate in some form of activity throughout the year and aim to cater for all needs.