Written Examination (Theory): 60%
The theoretical component of the subject is worth 60% of the final grade and is related to factors that affect performance and participation in physical activity. Students will be assessed at the end of Year 11 through 2 exams (papers)
Paper 1: The human body and movement in physical activity and sport (1hr 15mins)
- Applied anatomy and physiology
- Movement analysis
- Physical training
- Use of data
Paper 2: Socio-cultural influences and well-being in sport and physical activity (1hr 15mins)
- Sports psychology
- Socio-cultural influences
- Health, fitness and well-being
- Use of data
Practical Assessment: 40%
The practical component of the subject is worth 40% of the final grade. Students will be assessed in three different activities in the role of player/performer. One of these assessments must be in a team sport/activity, one assessment must be in an individual sport/activity, with the third assessment being from either a team or individual sport/activity. Students will need to provide recorded evidence of activities not covered in school. Students will be involved in a practical assessment in Year 11 by an external moderator.
Cycling Track or road cycling
Skiing Outdoor/indoor on snow.
Snowboarding Outdoor/indoor on snow.
Specialist Team Activities:
Specialist Individual Activities: