Physical Education A-Level at Freman College
Physical Education provides a course of study that expands on many of the ideas and concepts already encountered during Key Stage 4. Extending knowledge of skills, techniques and effective performance.
Component 1: Factors affecting participation in physical activity and sport
- Anatomy and Physiology
- Skill Acquisition
- Sport and Society
Component 2: Factors affecting optimal performance in physical activity and sport
- Exercise Physiology
- Sports Psychology
- Sport and Society and Technology in Sport
Component 3: Practical performance and analysis as a coach or performer in a sport
Grade B in Biology paper B2 and grade B in the GCSE PE theory paper.
Component 1: Written Paper 35%, 105 marks
Component 2: Written Paper 35%, 105 marks
Component 3: Non-exam assessment- Internal assessment and external moderation of performance and written coursework. 30%, 90 marks
Students wishing to follow Higher Education courses in Sport, Leisure and Physiotherapy will find this course invaluable in terms of physiological, psychological and sociological content.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Freman College directly.