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We have outstanding sports facilities that include astroturf pitches, tennis courts and netball courts, a multi-disciplinary sports hall, a gymnasium, a fitness suite and a dance studio. Refurbishment of the sports facilities began in Summer 2020.

Students will study a range of activities including netball, football, hockey, rugby, basketball, badminton, tennis, cricket, table tennis, health and fitness, dance, gymnastics, trampolining, rounders and athletics.

In addition to curriculum PE, students are also offered a wide range of extra curricular sports activities and competition, for which we have been awarded the Gold Sports Mark for our provision. We enter both North Suffolk School Games area competitions and county leagues and tournaments in a range of activities as well as intra-school competitions including House tournaments and charity events.

BTEC sport Creative Pathway curriculum plan 2020 – 2021 

Year 

Autumn 1 

Autumn 2 

Spring 1 

Spring 2 

Summer 1 

Summer 2

Component 1 The Body  Systems and Technology: 

Musculoskeletal System,  structures and functions

Component 1 The Body  Systems and Technology: 

Cardiorespiratory System,  structures and functions

Component 1 The  Body Systems and  Technology: 

Long term effects of  exercise on the body

Component 1 The  Body Systems and  Technology: 

Long term effects of  exercise on the body

Component 3  

Applying the  

Principles of  

Sport and  

Activity: 

Skills and qualities  of a leader 

Planning and  

leading a session 

Component 3  

Applying the  

Principles of Sport  and Activity: 

Skills and qualities of  a leader 

Planning and leading  a session 

10 

Component 1 The Body  Systems and Technology: 

B1 Common Sporting  

Injuries 

B2 Causes of Common  Sporting Injuries 

B3 Management and  

Rehabilitation of Common  Sporting Injuries

Component 1 The Body  Systems and Technology: 

C1 Different Types of  

Technology in Sport 

C2 Benefits of Technology  on Improving Body systems

Component 2 The  Principles of  

Training, Nutrition  and Psychology: 

A1 Fitness Tests 

A2 Methods of  

Training 

A3 Principles of  

Training 

A4 Understanding  Fitness Programmes

Component 2 The  Principles of  

Training, Nutrition  and Psychology: 

B1 Macronutrients 

B2 Micronutrients 

B3 Hydration 

B4 Improving Nutrition  for Sport 

C1 Impact of  

Motivation 

C2 Impact of Self 

confidence 

C3 Impact of Anxiety

Component 2 The  Principles of  

Training, Nutrition  and Psychology: 

Revision and Test

Component 3  

Applying the  

Principles of Sport  and Activity: 

A1 Attributes of a  Leader 

B1 Target groups 

B2 Types of  

sessions 

B3 Session Plans  and delivery

11 

Component 3 Applying  the Principles of Sport  and Activity: 

C2 Delivering and methods  of reviewing

Component 3 Applying  the Principles of Sport  and Activity: 

A2 Benefits of participation  in sports sessions

Component 1 The  Body Systems and  Technology: 

C3 Limitations of  

Technology to Sport

Complete all work 

Complete all work 

Complete all work

BTEC sport curriculum plan 2020 – 2021

Year 

Autumn 1 

Autumn 2 

Spring 1 

Spring 2 

Summer 1 

Summer 2

10 

Component 1 The Body Systems and  Technology: 

● A1 Body Systems 

● A2 Impact of Sport on Body  

Systems

Component 1 The Body  Systems and  

Technology: 

● B1 Common  

Sporting Injuries 

● B2 Causes of  

Common  

Sporting Injuries 

● B3  

Management  

and  

Rehabilitation of  

Common  

Sporting Injuries

Component 2 The  

Principles of Training,  Nutrition and Psychology: 

● A1 Fitness Tests 

● A2 Methods of  

Training 

● A3 Principles of  

Training 

● A4 Understanding  Fitness  

Programmes

Component 2 The  

Principles of Training,  Nutrition and  

Psychology: 

● B1  

Macronutrients 

● B2 Micronutrients 

● B3 Hydration 

● B4 Improving  

Nutrition for Sport 

● C1 Impact of  

Motivation 

● C2 Impact of  

Self-confidence 

● C3 Impact of  

Anxiety

Component 2 The  

Principles of Training,  Nutrition and  

Psychology: 

Revision and  

Examination

Component 3 Applying  the Principles of Sport  and Activity: 

● A1 Attributes of a  Leader 

● B1 Target groups 

● B2 Types of  

sessions 

● B3 Session Plans  and delivery