Physical Recreation (PE)

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Team Leader:

Kat Gierak kat.budd@bridgend.gov.uk


Teacher In Charge

Liam O’Brien liam.obrien@ccyd.org.uk


Team Members:

Mat Humphreys (Assistant Head Teacher) Mat.humphreys@bridgend.gov.uk

Sarah Humphreys (Head of Ruby College) sarah.morgan2@bridgend.gov.uk

Joanne Long

Rob Phillips

Chris Dicomidis (WRU – Hub Officer)

Ceri Rees


Subjects Offered: 

At GCSE We Offer:

  • GCSE Full course PE

  • Level 2 BTEC first Extended certificate

At KS5 We Offer:

  • Level 3 BTEC National Subsidiary diploma (1 A Level)

  • Level 3 BTEC National Diploma (2 A Level)

At key stage 4 we give students the opportunity to extend their learning experiences for key stage 3.  There are opportunities to develop skills of leadership, make informed judgements and develop advanced technical skills.  In physical education, a concentration on health, fitness and well-being activities includes devising a sustainable plan suited to personal needs and goals.

The Physical Education Department at Coleg Cymunedol Y Dderwen is a very forward thinking and innovative department that offers all students a wide range of opportunities for sporting achievement and academic attainment.  The department is staffed by 7 full-time specialist teachers.  All teachers possess excellent subject knowledge in addition to a range of outstanding sport specialisms.

Extra-curricular Activities:

The PE department offers a wide range of competitive and recreational extra-curricular activities, which take place at lunchtime and after school.  Throughout the year, these extracurricular activities include:

Hockey (indoor & Outdoor), Netball, Rounders, Rugby, Football, Basketball, Dodgeball, Badminton, Cross-country, Athletics, Table Tennis, Dance, Street Dance, Rock Climbing, and an annual adventurous / sport specific Trip.  This selection is updated throughout the year.  The department also organise and run activities through the 5 x 60 programme which gives students the opportunities to take part in alternative sport and exercise activities, as well as offer students the chance to use various sporting provisions in the local community.

Recent Successes:

A number of our students are very successful sports-people, representing district, regional and national sides in a wide range of sporting activities.  A number of our teams also enjoy considerable regional success.

Our BTEC national results are consistently outstanding, achieving much higher grades than the national average.

Our GCSE results are pleasing and our students receive regular additional revision classes to support them in achieving their maximum potential.

We are very proud that many of our students go on to study further sport courses in higher education such as physiotherapy, sports event management, sport technology and teaching.



 

Extra-Curricular Activities Information

MONDAY LUNCHTIME 1:10 – 1:50

Dance – Dance Studio

Basketball – Sports Hall

Rugby Years 8 & 9 – 3G Pitch

   

TUESDAY LUNCHTIME 1:10 – 1:50

Benchball – Sports Hall

Table Tennis- Dance Studio

Rugby 8&9 – Ospreys Cup 3G pitch

WEDNESDAY LUNCHTIME 1:10 – 1:50

Senior Rugby – 3G Pitch

Motor Skills – Sports Hall

Football – 3G Pitch

THURSDAY LUNCHTIME 1:10 – 1:50

Rugby Year 7 – 3G Pitch

Volleyball & Badminton – Sports Hall

Fitness – Dance Studio

   

FRIDAY LUNCHTIME 1:10 – 1:50

Rugby Fit (Girls) – Dance Studio

Cricket – Sports Hall

MONDAY AFTER SCHOOL 

Hockey Years 7/8/9 – Astro Pitch

Netball Years 10/11/6th – Sports Hall

Football Year 7 – 3G Pitch

Rugby Years 8 & 9 – 3G Pitch

TUESDAY AFTER SCHOOL 

Football Girls – 3G Pitch

Rugby Years 8 & 9 – 3G Pitch

 

WEDNESDAY AFTER SCHOOL 

Rugby Year 11 – 3G Pitch

Netball Year 7 – Sports Hall

 

THURSDAY AFTER SCHOOL 

Rugby Year 7 – 3G Pitch

Football Years 8 & 9 – 3G Pitch

Netball Years 8 & 9 – Sports Hall

Hockey Years 10 & 11 – Astro Pitch