Welcome

The PE department are extremely committed to ensuring that every student at Fallibroome is able to fully develop their range of physical and social skills through their involvement in a high quality PE curriculum.

Every student in Years 7, 8 and 9 have 4 hours of PE per fortnight. In Key Stage 4, students follow a ‘Core’ PE programme for 3 hours per fortnight and many students opt to study GCSE PE or BTEC Sport enabling them to experience up to a further 5 hours every two weeks. A-Level students are given the opportunity to broaden their knowledge and understanding of Physical Education through AS and A2 PE with 9 lessons taking place over a 2 week period.

Every student at Fallibroome is encouraged to take part in our extensive extra-curricular PE programme. During these times, the PE staff organise practices, clubs and competitions. Whilst many of these activities encourage and develop a ‘sport for all’ philosophy, the more able students are invited to represent the school in a wide range of sports.


Kit Policy

When students participate in PE activities they are required to wear the following:

  • Green & black rugby jersey (Boys only required for outdoor/games activities)
  • White polo shirt (indoor PE/summer activities)
  • Black shorts
  • Green football socks
  • White sports socks (Girls)
  • Football boots/Trainers (Boys)
  • White polo shirt (boys, indoor PE/summer activities)
  • Black tracksuit bottoms (optional in winter only)
  • Black gloves/hat (optional in winter only)
  • Shin pads/gum shield (recommended for rugby/hockey and football)
  • Black & Green Skirt (Girls)
  • Black & Green T-Shirt (Girls)
  • Black Fleece with school badge (Girls)
  • Black Tracksuit bottoms with school Badge (optional, Winter wear only)
  • Trainers
  • Fallibroome Leggings (Girls years 9-11 only)

Students will be issued with a kit mark if they forget their kit/items of their kit. Two kit marks will result in a faculty detention.

Students still need to bring their kit when they are injured and failure to do so will result in a kit mark. Kit is required as students will still go outside and may get wet. Students will be required to take on a coaching/officiating role to ensure they are still engaged in the lesson.


Extra-Curricular

Autumn Term 2017 Extra-
Curricular Timetable

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