pe

Les Quennevais School has a proud history and tradition of sporting provision. We are committed to providing inclusive, challenging and enriching Physical Education and sporting opportunities, which promote ambitious performance. We aim to instil a positive attitude towards physical activity for life, which inspires and motivates all our students.

Physical activity and developing a physical literacy stimulates not only the body but also the mind and facilitates a making of social bonds with others that are not easily broken. 

The school's extensive range of Physical activities enables students to gain a well-rounded, balanced education that caters for a wide range of talents and interests and adds great enjoyment to student’s school life.

Our PE Department Vision is;

                                “To deliver a first rate innovative and ambitious education for every student, which inspires a life-long love of learning through physical activity”


facilities

Les Quennevais School has outstanding sporting facilities which provide a great opportunity for our students to flourish at all levels whether it is a student looking to gain a lifelong love of sport or the elite athlete looking for a career in the sporting world.

We have a Sports Gym, Dance Studio, 25m Indoor Heated Swimming Pool, Extensive playing fields including 5 football pitches, 3 Rugby pitches and 2 cricket pitches, 1 Tarmac Road Cycling Track, Cross Country opportunities, Tennis Courts, Netball Courts, Multi Games all weather area, All weather Hockey astro, Sports Hall, Squash Courts and a Fitness Suite with state of the art equipment.


past les quennevais students sporting achievements

Professional Rugby player Matt Banahan (Bath RFC and England International)

Matt Michel and Lauren Lowe (World Touch Rugby Championships)

Cloe Russell (Competed in the European Gymnastics Championships)

Jamie Burrows (Former Glasgow Rangers FC Professional footballer)


key stage 3

Students take part in the following exciting Physical Education Modules.

Year 7

(Boys 10 Modules)

(Girls 10 Modules)

Boys Football

Girls Hockey

Boys Rugby

Girls Netball

Swimming

Dance

Health Related Fitness

Athletics

Rounders

Badminton

Softball

Cricket

Year 8

(Boys 10 Modules)

(Girls 10 Modules)

Boys Football

Girls Hockey

Boys Rugby

Girls Netball

Swimming

Girls Dance

Health Related Fitness

Athletics

Rounders

Badminton

Gymnastics

Boys Cricket

Volleyball

Year 9

(Boys 9 Modules)

(Girls 9 Modules)

Boys Football

Personal Survival

Boys Rugby

Girls Netball

Girls Dance

Health Related Fitness

Athletics

Girls Rounders

Boys Softball

Badminton

Girls Volleyball

Boys Cricket

Trampolining


key stage 4 - core pe

At Key Stage 4 all students have a minimum of 50 minutes of Physical Activity a week and undertake a wide range of activities including Personal Fitness, Badminton, Trampolining, Yoga, Five-a-side Football and Rounders.


key stage 4 awards and gcse options

·         All students are offered the Sports Leaders Award in Year 10 https://www.sportsleaders.org/qualifications-programmes/sports-leadership

·         At the start of Year 10 Students can choose the AQA GCSE PE course (2 Year course and equivalent to one GCSE) http://www.aqa.org.uk/subjects/physical-education

·         OCR Sports Studies Award (2 Year course and equivalent to one GCSE) http://www.ocr.org.uk/qualifications/cambridge-nationals-sport-studies-level-1-2-j803-j813/