Tweets by HarperGreen PE Department
The PE Department provides an opportunity for all pupils to:
- Assist their physical growth through structured and controlled exercise;
- Participate in a wide range of activities; improve their range of skills whilst enhancing their confidence and sportsmanship.
To further achieve this, the school runs an extensive range of extra-curricular activities
Specialist Teaching Rooms and Staff
Indoor – sports hall, tennis hall, gymnasium, fitness suite
Outdoor – 3 football pitches, 7 netball courts, orienteering course, 1 astro-turf area and a multi-sports area.
This department has 5 full-time and 1 part-time members of staff.
Please see below a gallery illustrating all our indoor and outdoor facilities.
Key Stage 3
Years 7, 8 & 9
A central aim of Physical Education in Years 7, 8 and 9 is to further develop pupils’ physical literacy by;
Key Stage 4
Years 10 & 11
All pupils have a choice whether to take Edexcel GCSE PE (2PE01) or non-GCSE. Those studying GCSE have two practical lessons and one theory lesson per week. In addition they must also attend a minimum of two extra-curricular clubs to help prepare for their practical examination.
A central aim of Physical Education at Key Stage 4 is to maintain pupils’ enthusiasm for participating in Sport and Physical Activity. Pupils are encouraged to participate in activities which develop personal fitness and which also promote a healthy, active lifestyle. Pupils will be taught to:
Sports Studies at College/6th Form
Leisure and Tourism
Physical Education at Harper Green offers a wide range of clubs and activities which take place at lunchtimes or after school. These activities range from sports such as football, cricket, badminton, netball, athletics and table tennis to specialist activities such as cheerleading and dance.
Recent sporting achievements by Harper Green School: