Welcome to the PE department.
Mr M Hamill - Head of PE – Teacher of boys PE
Mr B Roberts – Teacher of boys PE
Miss L Williams – Teacher of Girls PE
Miss K Jones – Teacher of girls PE
Mr A Williams – Active young people’s officer / 5x60
Miss A Lewis – Rugby development / engagement officer
About the Department
The aim of the PE Department at Rhyl High School is to empower the learners with the knowledge, values, skills and personal qualities to be confident and keen to take part in sport and physical activities. The Department offers a vast array of sporting opportunities for all of our learners. We believe that PE is unique in its ability to develop the 'whole' person. We value high quality PE lessons and the extended curriculum opportunities where our learners' relationships, social development, fun and health are enhanced and promoted.
“Every accomplishment starts with the decision to try”
We also firmly believe that competitive sport and 'opportunities for ALL' can co-exist in a busy school environment. Community links are an integral part of our school sport with excellent links forged with clubs in the area allowing all pupils the opportunity of a sustained healthy lifestyle.
To help us work at achieving our aims and objectives we focus on the following 10 traits.
1. For learners to show commitment to PE and school sport.
2. Have the confidence to get involved.
3. Show a desire to improve to achieve the best results.
4. For learners to be happy to participate in a range of activities.
5. Enjoy PE and school sport
6. Know and understand what they are trying to achieve.
7. Understand that PE and school sport are a part of a healthy, active lifestyle.
8. Have the skills and control they need.
9. Think about what they are doing and make appropriate decisions
10. Have stamina suppleness and strength.
Basic Curriculum Structure:
All pupils in KS3 classes (Yr 7-9) have 4 lessons per fortnight and KS4 classes (Yr 10/11) have 2 lessons of PE per fortnight. GCSE pupils will receive 5 lessons per fortnight although this course is optional.
PE is taught to pupils in ability groups to allow pupils a greater chance of success.
Key Stage 3 classes follow the National Curriculum Programme of Study and Key Stage 4 classes follow the WJEC GCSE course:
The schemes of work have been developed to follow units In competitive, adventurous, creative and health fitness and wellbeing activities.
GCSE revision sessions are also arranged for Yr 11 pupils throughout the year after school. (Please ask the class teacher for further details of these sessions.)
A vast array of activities are facilitated by our AYP officer and staff members, Clubs
At lunch and after school are extremely popular. See 5x60 timetable for further details!
Exam Board Used
WJEC GCSE PE
Yr11 – Summer
Keysatge 3 – quartile 1 for three years running at level 5+
Keystage 4 - % of learners gaining A*-C in GCSE PE
The department competes in a range of sports locally and out of county.
We are running our first football tour to the Netherlands this year.
Pupils taking the opportunity to take part in the duke of Edinburgh scheme.
Girls making excellent in the welsh cup (football)
Opportunities for house competitions in a range of sports.
Sports ambassador program going from strength to strength.
Rhyl High School
Telephone: 01745 343 533
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Rhyl High School
Ysgol Uwchradd y Rhyl
Changing hearts, minds and futures