Physical Education

PE prepares students for their future, develops the characteristics and personal qualities to succeed in a competitive society and is designed to form the foundation of an active and healthy lifestyle.

More important than any other aspect is the development of physical, social and mental well-being, and the wider benefits of personal development through PE including teamwork, sportsmanship, leadership, communication, self-reflection, having fun.

Within core PE and our extra-curricular programme, we look to create driven students with a desire to succeed; resilient, determined with a strong work ethic. Our aim is to provide students with a multitude of learning opportunities through a wide range of physical activities to develop themselves as, citizens, sportspeople and learners.

Our central goal is to prepare students for their future; in PE we summarise this through four personal development strands to students and the outcomes we want them to achieve, these are: Responsibility, Resilience, Creativity, and Health.

PE Attitude to Learning Grading PE Attitude to Learning Grading

Head of Department: Mrs L Rose – LJR

Head of Expressive Arts: Mrs L Rose – LJR

Primary Link Teacher: Miss D Hart – DJH

Other Teachers of PE:   Mr P Daymond – PKD, Mrs L Trudgeon – LKT,  Mr S Rush – SR, Miss D Hart – DJH

In Key Stage 3 pupils get 2 hours of PE a week.  In Key Stage 4 pupils get 1 hour a week.

PE Kit


Navy/Sky blue polo shirt – College logo

Sky blue PE sweatshirt – College logo

Navy shorts

Black/Navy tracksuit bottoms

Black/Navy plain sports leggings (small sports logos are acceptable)

Short white socks and long navy socks

Shin pads

Gum shield (advisable)


Navy/Sky blue polo shirt – College logo

Navy/Sky blue rugby shirt – College logo

Navy shorts

Navy tracksuit bottoms

Short white socks and long navy socks

Shin pads

Gum shield

PE footwear

Plastic or moulded stud football boots (not metal) – rugby/field based activities

Astro Turf Trainers- can be used both on the 3G Astro Turf pitch but also for all other hard surface based activities that students take part in during PE lessons.

Below are types of footwear appropriate for use on the 3G Astro Turf Pitch.


  • KS4 students who take BTEC Sport may wear a leaders shirt in PE lessons.
  • House Sports Captains may wear a house shirt in PE lessons.
  • No other College sweatshirts/jumpers or other outer wear to be worn during PE lessons.
  • No jewellery or watches to be worn in lessons.
  • Under-armour style shirts are allowed underneath a college PE shirt.
  • Long hair must be tied back.

Gum Shields are available to buy from the PE department at a cost of £1.50 each. Incorrect kit will lead to a kit mark and a 5 minute detention.  For KS3 pupils, 4 kit marks in a half-term will result in an after-school detention.  For KS4 pupils it is 2 kit marks.

1. You should come to each lesson prepared to do your best.
2. You are required to bring the correct kit, including appropriate footwear, to every lesson.
3. You are to get changed quickly and sensibly and wait for instruction from your teacher.
4. For safety reasons, all jewellery (inc. watches) needs to be removed and long hair is to be tied back.
5. If you are without kit you should inform your teacher as quickly as possible.
6. No mobile phones, chewing gum, i-pods or school jumpers are allowed in lesson at any time.  Aerosol cans should also be left at home.
7. Follow your teachers instructions at all times.
8. You will have the opportunity to lead, and to be led by, other pupils. Maturity is called for at these times.
9. You are to get changed back in to school uniform at the end of every lesson.
10. Respect each other’s space and belongings when in the changing room.