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KS4 Curriculum Guide - Year 10 Sport
Term 1Unit 1: Fitness for Sport and Exercise   
Students will learn about the components of fitness and the principles of training. Students will explore different fitness training methods. Students will investigate fitness testing to determine fitness levels.
Assessment: This unit is externally assessed using an onscreen test. Pearson sets and marks the test. The test lasts for one hour and has 50 marks. The assessment is available on demand. Learners will complete an onscreen test that has different types of questions including objective and short-answer questions. Where appropriate, questions contain graphics, photos, animations or videos. An onscreen calculator is available for questions requiring calculations. An onscreen notepad is available for making notes. Each item will have an accessibility panel that allows a learner to zoom in and out, and apply a colour filter.Key Words and Terms
 
Term 2Unit 1: Fitness for Sport and Exercise   
Students will learn about the components of fitness and the principles of training. Students will explore different fitness training methods. Students will investigate fitness testing to determine fitness levels.
Assessment: This unit is externally assessed using an onscreen test. Pearson sets and marks the test. The test lasts for 75 minutes and has 60 marks. The assessment is available on demand. Learners will complete an onscreen test that has different types of questions including objective and short-answer questions. Where appropriate, questions contain graphics, photos, animations or videos. An onscreen calculator is available for questions requiring calculations. An onscreen notepad is available for making notes. Each item will have an accessibility panel that allows a learner to zoom in and out, and apply a colour filter.Key Words and Terms
 
Term 3Unit 1: Fitness for Sport and Exercise   
Students will learn about the components of fitness and the principles of training. Students will explore different fitness training methods. Students will investigate fitness testing to determine fitness levels.
Assessment: This unit is externally assessed using an onscreen test. Pearson sets and marks the test. The test lasts for one hour and has 50 marks. The assessment is available on demand. Learners will complete an onscreen test that has different types of questions including objective and short-answer questions. Where appropriate, questions contain graphics, photos, animations or videos. An onscreen calculator is available for questions requiring calculations. An onscreen notepad is available for making notes. Each item will have an accessibility panel that allows a learner to zoom in and out, and apply a colour filter.Key Words and Terms
 
Term 4Unit 2: Practical Sports Performance  
Participation in sport continues to grow, as people become more aware of the benefits of physical activity. Engaging young people through sport is a key political agenda, both because current national health statistics show that obesity in young children is rapidly increasing and also because we strive for excellence and success at major sporting events. This unit focuses on developing and improving your own practical sports performance. This is achieved through your active participation in practical activities and reflection on your own performance and that of other sports performers. This unit introduces you to a variety of different sports and, through participating in different sports, it is expected that you will develop knowledge of the associated rules, regulations, scoring systems, skills, techniques and tactics.
Assessment: In learning aim A, you will investigate the rules and regulations of a sport and apply the knowledge gained through observing officials in action. You might also decide to take part in national governing body coaching and leadership awards to reinforce and extend your knowledge and qualifications in this area. For learning aim B, you will take part in a variety of sports. These may be sports in which you excel or have a particular interest. You are required to demonstrate the skills, techniques and tactics within each of the sports selected for assessment. For learning aim C, you will review your performance in the sports in which you participated. This review will look at the strengths and areas for development within your own performance. You will also be encouraged to consider plans to develop your performance within the selected sports.Key Words and Terms
 
Term 5Unit 2: Practical Sports Performance   
Participation in sport continues to grow, as people become more aware of the benefits of physical activity. Engaging young people through sport is a key political agenda, both because current national health statistics show that obesity in young children is rapidly increasing and also because we strive for excellence and success at major sporting events. This unit focuses on developing and improving your own practical sports performance. This is achieved through your active participation in practical activities and reflection on your own performance and that of other sports performers. This unit introduces you to a variety of different sports and, through participating in different sports, it is expected that you will develop knowledge of the associated rules, regulations, scoring systems, skills, techniques and tactics.
Assessment: In learning aim A, you will investigate the rules and regulations of a sport and apply the knowledge gained through observing officials in action. You might also decide to take part in national governing body coaching and leadership awards to reinforce and extend your knowledge and qualifications in this area. For learning aim B, you will take part in a variety of sports. These may be sports in which you excel or have a particular interest. You are required to demonstrate the skills, techniques and tactics within each of the sports selected for assessment. For learning aim C, you will review your performance in the sports in which you participated. This review will look at the strengths and areas for development within your own performance. You will also be encouraged to consider plans to develop your performance within the selected sports.Key Words and Terms
 
Term 6Unit 2: Practical Sports Performance   
Participation in sport continues to grow, as people become more aware of the benefits of physical activity. Engaging young people through sport is a key political agenda, both because current national health statistics show that obesity in young children is rapidly increasing and also because we strive for excellence and success at major sporting events. This unit focuses on developing and improving your own practical sports performance. This is achieved through your active participation in practical activities and reflection on your own performance and that of other sports performers. This unit introduces you to a variety of different sports and, through participating in different sports, it is expected that you will develop knowledge of the associated rules, regulations, scoring systems, skills, techniques and tactics.
Assessment: In learning aim A, you will investigate the rules and regulations of a sport and apply the knowledge gained through observing officials in action. You might also decide to take part in national governing body coaching and leadership awards to reinforce and extend your knowledge and qualifications in this area. For learning aim B, you will take part in a variety of sports. These may be sports in which you excel or have a particular interest. You are required to demonstrate the skills, techniques and tactics within each of the sports selected for assessment. For learning aim C, you will review your performance in the sports in which you participated. This review will look at the strengths and areas for development within your own performance. You will also be encouraged to consider plans to develop your performance within the selected sports.Key Words and Terms
 

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