Vision of the Physical Education Curriculum

Physical activity matters. Pupils engaged in good PE lessons are grounded and happy. PE forms positive behaviours needed to be successful. Physical education should be at the forefront of our curriculum. Sports and physical activity is crucial to the physical and mental health of our pupils. The fundamental development of pupil’s physical literacy focusses on our pupils learning to move efficiently, effectively and safely through physical activity. This provides a springboard to a physically active life.

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Teaching Staff

Head of Faculty Ms L Green
Subject Staff Mr C Fagan
Mr S Griffin
Ms S Oliver
Mrs C Orrick
Mrs B Towey
Ms N Woodruff


We have a range of classrooms for theoretical study, an Activity Studio, Dance Studio and a Gym. In addition we have access to Alsop Sports Centre, Walton 3G, and Anfield Community Sports Centre. 

Future Careers

Your BTEC final grade is converted directly to UCAS points in the same way as A Level qualifications. Previous students have gained places on degree courses in Sport Science, Physical Education (QTS), Sports Injury Management, Sports Therapy, Sports Nutrition and other sports related degrees.

Careers within the sports industry include Fitness Instructor, Physiotherapist, Sports Coach, Sports Development Manager, Sports Therapist, Primary School Teacher, Secondary School Teacher and Personal Trainer.

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