|Head of Department|
|Miss M Coles|
|Mrs A Baldwin|
|Mr D Connor|
|Mrs N Dacey|
|Mr I Dwight|
|Mr R Jones|
|Miss A Miles||5×60 Officer|
|Mr G East|
The Stanwell PE department has 6 fully trained members of staff, and offers a wide selection of sports and activities. Members of the department have specialisms within their own fields of sports and coaching (netball, rugby, gymnastics, basketball, athletics, trampolining and tennis).
Pupils receive 2 lessons per week of 55 mins. Pupils develop skills, knowledge and understanding of Physical Education through four areas of experience:
Girls are taught dance, badminton, netball, gymnastics, OAA, HRE, tennis, softball and athletics.
Boys are taught rugby, football, OAA, gymnastics, badminton, HRE, tennis, softball and athletics.
Pupils are taught in the sports hall, on the school fields, netball courts and dance studio.
Pupils have the opportunity to attend after school clubs, which run between 3 and 4pm. The clubs available are:
Pupils develop their knowledge further at Key Stage 4 and pupils can opt to take PE at GCSE level. Pupils at GCSE develop their practical skills in a variety of activities and understand the theory behind practical work, looking at Anatomy and Physiology, contemporary issues, fitness and skill acquisition.
Opportunity is available for pupils to take A level PE and pupils follow the OCR syllabus. The course enables pupils to increase their physical competence, maintain and develop their knowledge and understanding of the relationship between skill, strategy/composition and body and mind and readiness so as to ensure that both their own and others performance is both effective and efficient.
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