Key Stage 3 Curriculum
All students in Years 7, 8, 9, receive 2 hours of PE per week, which are delivered as two single periods each lasting 1 hour. During this time, a variety of activities are undertaken including Association Football, Basketball, Gymnastics, Outdoor and Adventurous Activities, Rugby, Table Tennis, Health Related Fitness and Volleyball in the winter months. Summer term activities include Athletics and Softball.
Key Stage 4 Curriculum
All students in Years 10 and 11 receive 2 hours of PE per week. This consists of 2 single lessons. During this time, in Year 10, a variety of activities are undertaken including Association Football, Basketball, Health Related Fitness, Handball, Ultimate Frisbee, American Football, Table Tennis, Tennis, Badminton, Health Related Fitness and Volleyball in the winter months. Summer term activities include Athletics and Softball. During Year 11 an options programme has been devised to allow the pupils a wider variety of choice during their PE lessons. A variety of on-site activities are provided such as; Badminton, Basketball, Football, Table Tennis and use of the Weights Room.
The Curriculum Booklets are now available to download:
Year 7 Curriculum Booklet
Year 8 Curriculum Booklet
Year 9 Curriculum Booklet
Year 10 Curriculum Booklet
Year 11 Curriculum Booklet
All students are required to wear the correct Coombe Boys’ PE kit for all lessons. For indoor lessons, this includes; the black polo shirt with the Coombe logo, black shorts, black football socks and trainers. For outdoor lessons the boys will require the black reversible rugby top, black shorts, black football socks and either football/rugby boots or trainers depending on the weather and condition of the grounds.
GCSE Physical Education
GCSE PE is an excellent choice for anyone who wishes to further his understanding and skill level in sport. The biggest factor is that pupils get to follow a GCSE subject they thoroughly enjoy. This naturally leads to them working harder and gaining more success, as they are highly motivated towards all the 'work'. It is important to note that this does lead on to A Level Sport Science/Physical Education and many careers such as those students wishing to go into Physical Education teaching, coaching, leisure/tourism administration, and physiotherapy, it is a valid and credible choice for entrance into Higher Education.
Head of Department: Mr P Paliotta