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100% GCSE Passes
in the Separate
with 72%
being A* to A

PE & Games, Lucton School

PE & Games

The philosophy of the PE and Games department is to achieve maximum sporting potential and enjoyment from games.  This can culminate in the highest international sporting honours or just a lifelong love of sporting activity within a balanced and healthy lifestyle

Within Key Stage 3 all pupils are exposed to a variety of sports and activities including athletics, badminton, basketball, cross country, swimming and health related fitness.  Games activities include rugby, hockey, netball, cricket, tennis, rounders and football.  In years 6, 7 and 8 pupils have a double period of PE as well as 2 sessions of games.

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In Key stage 4 the focus moves on to GCSE PE.  Here pupils learn about the human body, factors affecting participation and performance in sport and risk assessment injury treatment in physical education amongst many things.  Practically pupils concentrate on improving their 4 chosen sports. 

At A Level the course is now a popular option with an in-depth continuation of skills acquired at GCSE. These areas include anatomy and physiology, biomechanics, acquiring movement skills, contemporary issues, history of sport and psychology.  There is also a focus on the improvement of two chosen practical areas.

equestrianLucton School is justifiably proud of its reputation for sport and extra-curricular activities.
The school fields strong, competitive teams across a range of activities against the best independent and state schools in the West Midlands and Wales.

The principal sports are rugby, football, netball and hockey in the winter and cricket, rounders, athletics and tennis in the summer. Nevertheless, we like to think that, if pupils play it, then we will provide it.

No matter what the individual’s ability or interest, each child at Lucton is encouraged to fulfil their potential, be that by simply enjoying the activity for its own sake or the highest possible achievement.


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