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Year 10
Options of
Boys Games
Girls Games
Sports Hall
Dance/ Trampolining

Year 11
Including off site activities of:
Boys Games
Girls Games
Yoga (on site – instructor)
Golf Range
Shooting & Archery
Bowling - Bromley Mytime


Write up on the new BTEC – how they are assessed, units covered, course we follow, book to purchase etc

Hayes cover as highlighted in red

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ALEVEL – 2 year course no Examination at AS level

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“Sport has the power to change the world…it has the power to inspire. It has the power to unite people in a way that little else does. It speaks to youth in a language they understand. Sport can create hope where once there was only despair. It is more powerful than government in breaking down racial barriers.” Nelson Mandela

We at Hayes school are keen to not only develop the next top athletes but also the next coaches, officials and volunteers.
This holistic approach to PE promotes Sport as a vehicle to bring change, pupils in their social, moral, spiritual and cultural development.


Giving the pupils the opportunities to get involved in as much sport and physical activity is a key component to the running of the Hayes school Pe department
The use of the facilities for basketball, badminton, table tennis at supervised lunch time clubs allows pupils to come and socialise with sport at the heart.


The devlopment of many new sportsmen and sportswomen is great but if they don’t understand the true values of sport and competition, our work would be fruitless. The encouragement of fair play , top level of sportsmanship and the management of success and failure is something that we believe highly in, be gracious in victory as well as defeat allows the pupils to learn some tough life lessons.
The moral development of team work, communication and leadership skills are actively inspired throughout key stages 3, 4 & 5. Development opportunities include, links with local primary schools allowing students in the upper school the opportunity to plan and lead PE Sessions.
The inclusive environment where everyone can come and play no matter their background, ability, or gender, is something that we at Hayes school pride ourselves on.


The core components of PE at Hayes include the key process of pupils learning about themselves
Through dance, gymnastics, trampoline they have great opportunities to truly understand their physical and spiritual being. How they move and react to the stimulates.
Reflection on own and others performance and progress are key to all lessons, giving pupils the independence to decide and address where they need to get to and what they need to get out of each lesson .


The opportunities to play and engage on new sports from all over the world is also something that many pupils will get from experience at Hayes. The introductions of Gaelic football, ultimate Frisbee, lacrosse are just a few of the sporting experiences that pupils will get exposure too.
The Sports tours and trips abroad also bring pupils together with others cultures, the 2014 trip to Holland will give students a chance to experience some new cultural traditions as well as some high quality opposition in sporting fixtures