CAMBRIDGE NATIONAL LEVEL 1/LEVEL 2 IN SPORT STUDIES (Y9-11)
This course provides an engaging and relevant introduction to the world of sport. It incorporates important aspects of the industry, such as sport and the media, practical sports performance, sports leadership and contemporary issues in sport. It enables you to develop and apply your knowledge, while also developing a range of relevant practical, communication and technical skills. The qualification is 120 GLH, which is the same size and level as a GCSE, is aimed at everyone who wants to find out more about the sport industry.
You will study three units, covering the underpinning knowledge and skills required for the sports sector:
- sport and the media.
- performance and leadership in sport studies.
- contemporary issues in sport (external unit).
P2 = 60% – 69%
M = 70% – 79%
D = 80% – 89%
D* = 90% – 100%
Year 9 – Mrs Wright / Mr Morris
Year 10 – Mr Alcock / Miss Moore
Year 11 – Mrs Wright / Mr Alcock
Year 12 – Mr Bullock / Mr Mayer
Year 13 – Mrs Wright / Mr Mayer
Year 7 Residential trip – allows students to experience outdoor activities that are not provided in the PE curriculum at college.
Outdoor education visit (for PE option students) – students have the opportunity to attend this trip to develop their skills in a variety of areas, such as, rock climbing, kayaking, canoeing, mountain biking, etc.
G & T Loughborough trip – gives students the opportunity to see what a course in sport looks like in a university setting.
Ski trip – provides students with the opportunity to learn and develop their skills on the slopes. Option PE students can also use this as one of their practical assessments towards their overall grade.