The video will be accompanied by a written report which we will email to you at the same time, for you to submit to your school.
You can see a typical GCSE Assessment video below and download an example written report which is submitted as part of the coursework.
Pupils and teachers will work together to establish each pupil’s three strongest practical assessments (30% of the practical component) One must be a Association football, Badminton, Basketball, Camogie, Cricket, Dance, Gaelic football, Handball, Hockey, Hurling, Lacrosse, Netball, Rowing, Rugby League, Rugby Union , Squash, Table tennis, Tennis, Volleyball Amateur boxing, Athletics, Badminton, Canoeing/kayaking (slalom), Canoeing/kayaking (sprint), Cycling , Dance, Diving, Golf, Gymnastics (artistic), Equestrian, Rock climbing, Sculling, Skiing, Snowboarding, Squash, Swimming, Table tennis, Tennis, Trampolining For practical assessments, candidates will be assessed on a variety of criteria: – Acquiring and developing skills and techniques; – Evaluating and adapting their own performance; – Demonstrating an understanding and practical application of the rules/laws and conventions of the physical activity; – Demonstrating an understanding of health and safety issues and their practical application.
(this needs to be gathered at home and in line with strict exam board guidance).
They will also consider the necessity of certain nutrients in particular quantities and the effects of a poor diet.
They will reflect upon the role that diet plays in different sports and activities, and use the knowledge gained to produce an appropriate, effective diet plan for a performer.Core PE lessons are entirely practical – pupils are assessed on their performance in each activity following the GCSE PE guidelines and criteria.Our aim is to help students develop their physical, mental and social skills within the activities they take part in, while creating a range of experiences to help them foster healthy attitudes and behaviours towards physical activity for life.GCSE PE pupils have an additional four or five lessons of PE per fortnight on top of their core lessons.The course takes place over three years and consists of practical and theoretical components in the following format: Pupils are assessed in a range of activities across the three years of KS4.Please see below for more information about each of the 4 units of the course: You will know how to prepare participants to take part in physical activity in a way which minimises the risk of injuries occurring, how to react to common injuries that can occur during sport and how to recognise the symptoms of some common medical conditions, providing a good foundation to undertake formal first aid training and qualifications.You will know the principles and methods of training and the application of these in the design of training programmes along with practical skills in fitness testing.We can run GCSE Assessments for up to four people, which are suitable for groups of friends or classmates.Rates are:2 people £1203 people £2204 people £300We typically run our GCSE Assessment days on SATURDAY mornings but can be flexible on the dates and times for the GCSE Assessment so please contact us so we can jointly arrange for a session time that suits you.All our GCSE Assessments take place at the Snow Centre in Hemel Hempstead, skiing indoors on real snow.GCSE Assessments are specialist coaching sessions for students who are submitting skiing as one of their minor sports in their portfolio of assessed coursework.