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Structure of P.E. The structure and implantation of the physical education curriculum consist of five learning stages.

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The structure and implementation of PE curriculum The structure and implantation of the physical education curriculum consist of five learning stages. 2 hours of physical education a week including the national curriculum and extracurricular activities applies to all key stages. Some schools have more sports facilities and equipment than other schools which will give some children more opportunity to play a different range of sports. As for the schools that cannot accommodate the facilities and equipment to the students, the students learn the basic skills and the basic sports. Competitive games are compulsory throughout key stages 1-3 optional at key stage 4 but must still be available. National curriculum for PE is a government initiative there are different initiatives to increase the amount and quality of physical education available to young people, it aims to raise standards and it is a framework. The national curriculum in England is structured in to four key stages that cover 5-16 year olds at school. Four key stages ks1- 5-7yrs, ks2- 7-11yrs, ks3- 11-14yrs and ks4- 14-16yrs. These four key stages of children's school years are assessed by an 8 level assessment system. Children are required to perform 2 hours a week minimum of physical education in school. ...read more.

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They also reflect on their own and others performance and find ways to improve them. Schools provide extra curriculum, competitive sports, competitions, tournaments and events for pupils to compete in a selection of sports against other schools at different levels. Key stage 4 PE helps develop pupils work as individuals, in groups and in teams, which gives them the skills of fair play and team work. They take on different roles and responsibilities, including leadership, coaching and officiating and use them effective in competitive, creative and challenging situations. Skills active is a productive drive across sport & recreation, health & fitness, outdoors and play work, the sectors skills council is for active leisure and learning. Skills active works to represent all four home countries in the UK England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, this is to increase the number of industry recognised qualifications for the active leisure and learning sector. In the run up to and beyond the London 201 Olympic games and Paralympics games skills active aims to professionalise and up skill the active learning and leisure sector which will assist the growth of the work force. The Olympics has had a direct influence on this stake holder to create new qualifications. This involves developing apprentership and qualifications related to the national occupation standards. ...read more.

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You can do your bronze award age 14+ and your silver at 15+ and gold at the age of 16-25 yrs. The Duke of Edinburgh award provides new challenges for young people. The award scheme presents young people with a balanced, non-competitive programme of voluntary activities which encourage responsibility, self-reliance and personal discovery. At key stage 4 young people can take their CSLA which is community sports leadership award level 2. The level 2 award in community sports leadership is a qualification that allows young people to lead groups of children in sports and activities and deliver a session. This qualification teaches leadership skills such as organisation, planning, team work and communication through the medium of sports. At key stage 4 young people can take sports BTEC first (PE BTEC) during key stage 4 you will have to complete between 5-6 BTEC sports units this qualification will take 2 years. BTEC sport covers a range of topics involving sports. There is a lot of theory work involved along with practical sports such as team work and individual sports. BTEC is made up of different assignments which you complete course work to achieve your grades pass, merit or distinction. Once you have your BTEC PE qualification you can go on to further education and take a 2 year course BTEC national diploma in sports which consists of the same requirements but more units. ?? ?? ?? ?? Task 1 ...read more.

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