In line with the School’s Mission statement, the Physical Education department aims are to promote pupils to achieve their full potentially academically, spiritually and socially. We promote equal opportunities throughout every sport, activity, lesson and club with the aim to ensure all students engage with their learning; through the love of physical activity and promoting lifelong participation.
We seek to inspire our students to engage in extracurricular activities and sports, both competitive and recreational, leading to a healthy lifestyle both within and outside of the school setting.
Miss K Flint (Curriculum Lead)
Facilities and Resources in the PE department:
At St Anselm’s Catholic School, the PE department is well-resourced. The department has 1 large sports hall (4 badminton courts), a small gymnasium, a fitness suite, 5 outdoor newly resurfaced netball courts, 2 outdoor basketball courts, and extensive playing fields.
The PE department also have access to a theory classroom with 23 computers enabling students who study the GCSE PE, BTEC Sport Level 2/3 pathways full access to this facility.
The Intent of the Physical Education Curriculum at St Anselm’s Catholic School is to develop students that:
The Implementation of the Physical Education Curriculum at St Anselm’s Catholic School is through:
The Impact of the Physical Education Curriculum at St Anselm’s Catholic School is:
Please select a Key Stage to view the current curriculum.
Key Stage 3 Core PE
Key Stage 4 Core PE
Key Stage 4 BTEC Sport Level 2
Key Stage 4 AQA GCSE PE
Key Stage 5 BTEC Sport Level 3 Extended Certificate
Key Stage 5 BTEC Sport Level 3 Diploma
Beyond the Curriculum
The department also offer a range of extracurricular activities and sports for students to opt in to during lunch times or afterschool as well as our inspire curriculum.