Students will be set a range of different home learning tasks including written
work/worksheets, reading of a topic area in preparation of new learning, research
tasks to consolidate learning, completion of exam questions, and revision for
upcoming tests and assessments.
Home learning is set in PE to consolidate new learning and to build on current
understanding of a topic are by making links between the theory content and
practical sporting activities.
Home learning in PE will be set once every two weeks and students will have a
minimum of 48 hours to complete the work.
If home learning is not submitted by the deadline set, a catch up with the PE
teacher will be set either at lunch time or after school, the catch up will be set by
the PE teacher and students will be expected to attend without question. If home
learning deadlines are regularly missed, parents will be contacted to discuss
concerns and possible solutions.
Outstanding home learning will be rewarded through use of the KPHS reward
system as well as positive bee postcards being sent home to recognise the positive
efforts of students. PE staff will also acknowledge consistently outstanding home
learning through contact with parents.
Applying Principles of Training