Rules, Rewards and Discipline
Non-Participants in PE
From September 2008 all students who have short-term notes from parents/guardians excusing them from a PE lesson must continue to bring their PE kit and get changed. Students will be required to assist their teacher in the delivery of the lesson, while not actively participating.
Students who fail to bring the appropriate kit will be given a chance to borrow spare kit in order to take an active part in the lesson. Failure to borrow any kit will result in the issuing of a Red Card in accordance with school policy.
Students with long-term injuries supported by a Doctor/Hospital note will now be required to complete written work in the School Library during their PE lessons. This will give these students the opportunity to use the time effectively for independent research and personal study.
How do I earn a Credit?
To earn a credit in the Physical Education Department you must:
- Perfom above your predicted National Curriculum Level in one lesson. For example, perform at Level 6a when you are predicted to work at Level 6b
- Be helpful to your teacher in a lesson
- Show excellent sportsmanship in a lesson
How do I earn a Postcard?
To earn a Postcard in the Physical Education Department you must:
- By the end of one term have performed above your predicted National Curriculum Level. For example, preform at Level 5a when you were predicted to work at Level 5b
- Produce an outstanding performance for a School Team
- Gain the Most Valuable Player Award for a School Team
- Bring the correct kit to your PE lessons for a whole term
How do I earn a Headteacher Commendation?
To earn a Headteacher Commendation in the Physical Education Department you must:
- In a School Team, show outstanding teamwork for one season
- In a School Team, show outstanding leadership for one season
- Show outstanding officiating for one season
- Win a District or County Championship with a School Team
- Represent your District or County with distinction for one season